Presented by Charlie Stayt and Sian Williams.
Married cousins receive a double windfall.
Alistair Appleton travels to Wiltshire, looking for a country property for a couple and their growing family. Followed by News; Weather
Properties in Wiltshire and Kent. (Revised repeat)
Raising money to renovate an old barn. Followed by News; Weather
From Barnard Castle in County Durham.
Destiny Day. A young bride-to-be questions her true destiny. Meanwhile, Julia nurses an overindulgent Marcia.
Writer Kate Delin
Dr Nick West:
Anton Du Beke hosts the show in which top chefs are challenged by amateur cooks.
Vlad discovers a way that he and Boris can avoid becoming vampires, but it comes at a price.
3/10. Arguments flare up on board.
Topical reports from across the UK, presented by Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley.
Dutch Art and Dutch Courage. Millionaire art collector James Garrett reappears in Susan's life. Writers Steve Armogida and Jim Armogida
Director Dewi Humphreys ; Producer John Bartlett Followed by News Update
10/12. The three finalists prepare breakfast for a group of army cadets fresh from a ten-day field exercise and while in the midst of a "dawn attack". They are then sent to some of London's best restaurants to fine-tune their individual cooking styles. Continues tomorrow at 8pm.
Director Bee Smith; Series producer Mark Leslie BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: recipes from contestants
Joe McGann. Julia Bradbury and Wendi Peters in the Auqust issue: on sale now. price E3.10
Not quite a masterchef: page 33
3/3. An examination of the methods employed by police to catch crooks breaking into cars around the upmarket streets of London's Chelsea, and the rise in freight crime, where thieves target high-value loads being transported around the country. Plus, a look at so-called "two and one" break-ins, a method used by criminals to steal car keys, often while the owners are at home. Series producer Aileen McCracken
Executive producer Charles Thompson
With George Alagiah. Regional News
Then Weather with Philip Avery. (S)
Video and audio news, plus summaries, available at [web address removed]
4/7. The creche has been furnished with new toys, much to the delight of Bev and Clint.
Elsewhere, Michael is urged to apologise for a crime that he insists he did not commit.
Writer Tony Burgess ; Director Tony Dow
Producer John Rushton First shown on BBC3
Grim urban drama starring Chiwetel Ejiofor and Audrey Tautou. Illegal Nigerian immigrant Okwe and Turkish asylum seeker Senay work at a seedy London hotel which, they discover, provides a front for a trade in donor organs. Review p43.
Director Stephen Frears (2002, 15) Then National Lottery Update; Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Mary, Queen of Shops 5/6. A York boutique
1.50 Tribal Wives 1/6. Life among the Kuna.
2.50 A Taste of My Life With Liz Smith.
3.20 Bargain Hunt From Swinderby, Lincolnshire.