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The staff try to solve the case of a man missing since he left home as a teenager.
Jules Hudson helps a couple relocating from Kent to find a home near Bath.
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Properties in Harrogate and Wales. (Revised rpt)
Lorne Spicer helps Kristine and her family clear their Suffolk house of clutter.
Followed by News; Weather
Raising funds for a weekend in Venice.
An old lady demands an apology from Karen - but she does not know why.
Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel at 6pm
Dr Daniel Granger:
Jessica takes over a congressman's seat while trying to discover who killed him.
Transforming a scouring pad into an insect.
The gang members create clones of themselves.
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Presented by Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley.
The patience of the aspiring film-makers is put to the test as they try to shoot the bald ibis, one of South Africa's most elusive birds. They must then track down ten specially selected birds, each of which poses its own challenge. Nick Knowles and James Honeybourne keep an eye on how the participants fare.
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Followed by News Update
Series six. When two teenagers are trapped by an incoming tide at the bottom of a cliff, a naval rescue helicopter must be flown just metres from the rock face. Then the pilot spots an injured dog stuck on a narrow ledge halfway up the cliff.
Series seven. Digging into his Scottish roots, comedian David Mitchell tries to solve the riddle of his family's mysterious surrender of the lease on Ribigill farm in 1933 after almost years of profitable sheep farming. David is also delighted to learn more about an ancestor who was a 19th-century minister on the Isle of Skye. However, the discovery of some documents reveals a far more disturbing side to the man's character.
Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel at 10pm
Rptd next Tuesday on BBC2
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Alison Graham's column: page 47
With Fiona Bruce.
Weather with Jay Wynne
Three years after suffering a massive stroke, 58-year-old ex-football referee Ken moves into Lovat Fields retirement village after his wife finds she can no longer care for him. Meanwhile, 90-year-old Burt pops the question to Rose, who is 11 years his junior.
Intriguing mystery thriller starring Paul Newman.
When private detective Lew Harper is hired by a southern oil baroness to track down an anonymous blackmailer, he soon finds himself caught up in a web of murder and deceit.
Film of the Day: page 41 (1975, 12)
Then National Lottery Update; Weatherview
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On Thin Ice: 5/5
The trio push toward the finish line of the South Pole race.
2.10 Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey: 2/6
The culinary journey continues in Vietnam.
3.10 Heir Hunters
A complicated case involving a retired bingo hall manager.
Cook/presenter (Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey):