Presented by Jon Kay and Susanna Reid.
Weather every half-hour from
6.15; national/regional news half-hourly from 6.25.
The crew touches down in the middle of an army camp. Rav
A converted chapel in Nottinghamshire. Followed by News; Weather
A couple and their dogs look look for a new home in the centre of England.
Helping a hoarder pay for his forthcoming wedding. Followed by News; Weather
Two teams compete at an antiques market in Corby,
Regional News; Weather (S;
Rivals. A boy runs rings around his mum's new boyfriend.
Writer Arnold Evans Showing on the BBC HD channel at 6pm
Dr Simon Bond:
The Way to Dusty Death
A power struggle between suspects ensues following a tycoon's death.
The gang faces a finned monster.
Mr Magnetic loses his bearings.
Children from Cardiff keep quiet.
With Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley.
LONDON How weekend tube closures are crippling the city. Series director Andy Richards ; Series editor Dippy Chaudhary SOUTH EAST Glenn Campbell reinvestigates the disappearance of Lord Lucan. Editor Linda Bell
EAST How fraudsters access bank accounts, and new hope for a Parkinson's sufferer. Editor Diana Hare
EAST MIDLANDS Chris Packham probes allegations that vets are overcharging clients, series editor Tony Roe WEST MIDLANDS How the intimidation of nurses by their bosses endangers patients, series editor Matthew Gull
Followed by News Update
Heather returns to the Square with her baby. Writer Patrea Smallacombe Cast on Thursday/Friday
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3
Soaps: page 37
Freed to Offend Again. Raphael Rowe reveals that known sex offenders and violent lawbreakers are committing many more serious crimes on their release from prison than the Government is letting on. Jeremy Vine asks if the population is safe from these dangerous individuals let back onto the streets. Editor Sandy Smith NOTE: as Panorama reacts to news, its subject matter may change
3/10. Mammals. Through warm blood and the care they lavish on their young, mammals dominate the planet. Weddell seals and polar bears have found remarkable ways to survive the freezing polar winters. Millions of migrating bats converge on fruiting trees in Zambia, meerkats operate as a family group, and a newborn elephant learns a valuable lesson. David Attenborough narrates. Series producer Martha Holmes ; Executive producer Michael Gunton Rptd tomorrow 8pm on BBC4 and next Sunday on BBC1 Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Black bears star in Natural World on Wednesday at 8pm on BBC2
ATTENBOROUGH GALLERIES: radiotimes.com/david-attenborough
BBC WILDLIFE MAGAZINE: out monthly, price E3.45
...best job in the world?: p10; David Butcher: p47
With Huw Edwards.
Then Weather with Jay Wynne.
4/11. Anarchic talk show with celebrity guests. Director Steve Smith ; Producer Jon Magnusson
Repeated tomorrow at 11.45pm
New series. 1/15; series four. The 18 candidates hoping for a job with Donald Trump meet for the first time and are given their first challenge.
12.05am The two teams are given the task of producing a promotion for Lamborghini.
Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats not indicated.
An Island Parish The remote Isles of Scilly.
1.25 Defying Gravity 2/13. The crew members are led towards a life-threatening crisis.
2.05 Watchdog 7/9. More consumer reports.
3.05 MasterChef: the Professionals The winners from the quarter-finals go head to head.