Presented by Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams.
Highlights of Breakfast available at [web address removed]
A brawling badger is in need of urgent treatment.
Lucy Alexander and Martin Roberts explore a house in Stoke-on-Trent.
Followed by News; Weather
Clive Holland and his team visit Staffordshire.
Can Yvonne Taylor make enough money to pay for a family day out? Followed by News; Weather
From Garrion Bridge in North Lanarkshire.
An anxious A-level student turns to Daniel for support.
(Showing on the BBC HD channel at 6pm)
Dr Daniel Granger:
2/2 Neil confesses to the crime, but Jessica still believes he's innocent.
Grumpy Ball receives a gift.
9/13. Friends from Glasgow compete.
(Showing on BBC HD channel at 5.30pm) (S)
Chipmunk performs his single Oopsy Daisy. Followed by MySay
By the Liberal Democrats.
With Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley.
3/6. Taking inspiration from his vegetable patch, Nigel reveals how a combination of ingredients that grow in the same place at the same time can make the ideal starting point for a dish. He rustles up tasty dishes, including grilled lamb with feta and lemon, and a Thai-inspired noodle soup.
Series producer Simon Knight ; Exec producer Pete Lawrence
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
BBC MAGAZINES: Good Food, Â£3.20; Olive, Â£3.40, both out monthly
Followed by News Update
3/3; series four. December gales turn crabbing into an extreme sport. Father-and-son team Charlie and Charles McBride from The Arcane owe the Government thousands of pounds for illegally landing fish beyond their quota - prison looms if they fail to catch the fish they need to pay off these debts. Series producer Charlie Clay ; Exec producer William Lyons
For the first time the Ministry of Defence has allowed a TV crew to follow wounded soldiers from the moment they arrive in the UK through their treatment and rehabilitation. The result is a searingly emotional documentary that reveals the truth behind the headlines of soldiers who have been wounded in action in Afghanistan. Cameras follow two young soldiers - Royal Irish Ranger Andy Allen and Paratrooper Lance Corporal Tom Neathway - both of whom lost their legs after falling victim to improvised explosive devices (IEDs), charting their progress through the months that follow as they come to terms with their injuries and try to rebuild their lives. Continues after the news.
Both parts repeated on Friday at 9pm on BBC3 VIDEO Plus+ code (non-PDC) 9.00-11.15pm
The true face of courage: page 20
The Alison Graham column: page 47
Lance Corporal Tom
With Huw Edwards.
Regional News; Weather with Rob McElwee.
The documentary concludes.
The entry of the Premier League's big guns into the competition brings plenty of opportunities for upsets as Preston North End face Tottenham and Chelsea contest a London derby against QPR.
Then National Lottery Update; Weatherview
Signed. Repeats not indicated.
The Frankincense Trail
4/4. Kate Humble visits Petra, Jerusalem and Bethlehem.
1.25 What's Really in Our Food?
Examining the tricks and quirks of food labelling.
2.25 The Hairy Bikers' Food Tour of Britain
Si King and Dave Myers go in search of cider.