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Derek Rodbard tries to track down the decendents of a Holocaust victim.
A railway cottage in west Yorkshire is among the lots up for auction today.
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Simon and Kristian help a student couple look for a first home between Derby and Burton upon Trent.
Jan Leeming invites the team into her home to search for valuables, hoping to raise money for a charity close to her heart. Presented by Jennie Bond. <R)
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Tim Wonnacott visits Builth Wells, Powys, where he challenges two teams to pick up bargains at the biannual antiques fair prior to selling at auction in Mold.
The emergence of Russia as a force, especially in the women's game, has been a significant trend in recent years, with Sharapova and Kuznetsova both winning grand slams and Safina being top seed both here and in the world. Last year at this stage it was two others, Elena Dementieva and Nadia Petrova , fighting for a place in their first semi-final in SW19, with the fifth seed
Dementieva emerging on top over three sets. Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
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Digital viewers can watch live coverage from a choice of courts. 11.50am until end of play. plus news. latest scores and stats; highlights through the night from 9pm
Christine and Adrian are joined by Phil Tufnell who celebrates another local hero.
Heather faces a life-changing decision.
Writer Richard Davidson Cast on Monday and Thursday
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 Followed by News Update
Smoke without Fire. Connie confronts Jayne about the director of surgery job and discovers Jayne's husband, John, is having an affair.
Writer David Lawrence ; Producer Peter Bullock
Director Paul Gibson
Nicky Van Barr:
Series seven. Pieta 1/2. DNA evidence found at the scene of a road accident links to a horrific murder during the Bosnia/Serbia conflict, and points Boyd towards a ring of war criminals now resident in the UK. The story concludes tomorrow at 9pm.
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With Huw Edwards.
Regional News; Weather with Rob McElwee.
2/6. David Hockney - a Bigger Picture
Filmed over three years, this is an intimate portrait of arguably Britain's favourite living artist as, approaching 70, he returns to his native Yorkshire after making his home in California in the 1960s.
The film captures Hockney as he re-invents his painting from scratch, working through the seasons and in all weathers out in the Yorkshire countryside, and ending up with the largest picture ever made outdoors.
Director Bruno Wollheim ; Series editor Alan Yentob
Moment of the week: page 5; The big picture: p18
Offbeat comedy drama starring Gene Hackman. Royal Tenenbaum is the estranged father of three gifted children, whose promise foundered when he and his wife Etheline split up. A once successful lawyer, Royal is now broke and homeless. Feigning terminal illness, he is taken in by the soon-to-be-remarried Etheline. Film of the Day: page 56.
Director Wes Anderson (2001, 15)
Andrew Collins : page 51
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RaleiQh St Clair:
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Living with Monkeys: Tales from the Treetops 2/2 Africa's little known red-capped mangabeys.
2.15 Country Tracks From Suffolk.
3.10 Who's Watching You? 3/3. Richard Bilton assesses the effectiveness of modern surveillance.