Presented by Jon Kay and Naga Munchetty.
A man loses his front teeth in a road accident.
Properties in Kent, Stoke and Uxbridge, London.
Searching for a home in Nottinghamshire.
The team finds bargains in southern Belgium.
Maureen raises money to buy a new greenhouse.
Classic animated comedy. Can Wallace and Gromit foil the sinister plans of a criminally- minded penguin?
Offbeat comedy drama, starring Sigourney Weaver and Jon Voight. When young Stanley Yelnats IV is falsely accused of theft, he opts to go to "Camp Green Lake" rather than to jail. However, he finds himself in the desert, where the inmates are forced to dig holes. Review page 40.
Director Andrew Davis (2003, PG)
** Comedy horror starring Eddie Murphy. A real-estate agent takes his family on holiday to a run-down mansion. But the house and its spooky butler hide a dark secret. Review p41. Director Rob Minkoff (2003, PG)
Stars of West End musicals join together in this celebrity edition.
7/9; series nine. It's Training Men. Michael announces that he is going to visit a therapist. Shown last Thursday The Inside Story: page 98
With Louise Minchin.
Regional News; Weather with Alex Deakin.
With Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley.
Nicky Campbell investigates more consumer issues. Series editor Rob Unsworth Signed rpt Thursday at 12.55am Followed by News Update
Heather decides to contact the father of her baby. Writer Angela Corner Cast on Thursday and Friday
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 Soaps: page 35
The Six Billion Dollar Man. Twenty20 promoter Sir Allen Stanford bowled over English cricket when he arrived by helicopter at Lords last year, being hailed as the saviour of the game. Reporter John Sweeney goes on the trail of the Texan off-shore banker who now stands accused of a multi-billion dollar fraud.
Director/Producer Howard Bradburn Signed rpt Thursday 1225am NOTE: as Panorama reacts to news, its subject matter may change
3/8; series two. The daughter of a laboratory owner is taken to hospital after animal rights activists carry out a series of attacks in London.
Writer Nicole Taylor; Producer Beth Willis ; Director Ben Bolt GALLERIES: [web address removed] and [web address removed] RT DIRECT: pre-order series two DVD (out 13/7) for £22.98 (RRP E34.99) including p&p. Call [number removed] (5p from BT landlines; other networks vary) or visit [web address removed] (code [number removed])
Digital viewers can continue the 80s theme by pressing red after the episode to sing along to a variety of music from the decade
Behind the scenes: page 10
Det Supt Mackintosh:
With Louise Minchin.
Regional News; Weather with Jay Wynne.
3/6; series two. Sketches and stand-up from the award-winning Iranian comedian, including his thoughts on recycling and Gordon Brown 's schooldays. Director Michael Cumming ; Producer Alex Walsh-Taylor
Gabby Logan meets cyclist Mark Cavendish , plus former cricketer Geoff Boycott is in the studio.
Director Sally Richardson ; Producer Alastair Mcintyre
Digital satellite and cable viewers can press the red button from 4pm tomorrow for more opportunities to see this edition
Sports drama starring Josh Lucas. In 1960s
Texas, a basketball coach recruits black players to make his failing team competitive. Review p41.
Director James Gartner (2006, PG)
Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats not indicated.
The Real Swiss Family Robinson 4/4. Chris and Amanda spend three weeks on a Tanzanian island.
2.15 The Department Store 1/3. Documentary.
3.15 Orangutan Diary VS. Helping apes in Borneo.
3.45 Real Rescues A girl damages her spine.