Presented by Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt. Highlights of Breakfast available at bbc.co.uk/breakfast
The team attends an incident in a playground.
Properties in Plymouth, Kent and Derby. Followed by News; Weather
A couple try to find a home in Birmingham. (Rxs)
A Cheshire woman wants money for a trip to London. Followed by News; Weather
The team looks for collectables in Anglesey, north Wales.
Reverberation. A widow is horrified to discover she has an STD and goes on a quest to tell hose who might be affected writer Davey Jones Showing on the BBC HD channel at 6pm
If It's Thursday, It Must Be Beverly. A deputy's wife is murdered.
The gang spends Halloween in the eerie town of Banning Junction.
Mr Bun tries to catch Racey Bacon.
Tips on how to make Halloween jokes.
The good TV guide for kids: p23
Followed by MyWish
With Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley.
2/6. Jimmy Doherty continues his scrutiny of mass food production with a look at the contents of home-made sandwiches. He questions why supermarket bread stays softer for longer than home-baked bread, and what it is about processed cheese slices that makes them so popular.
Series producer Jerry Foulkes ; Exec producer Greg Lanning Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel Followed by News Update
New series. 1/20; series five.
When a local private school closes, an influx of its pupils causes friction. Meanwhile, Rachel is at loggerheads with the new executive head, Max Tyler.
Writer Ann McManus; Producer Sharon Channer
Director Matthew Evans
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Waterloo Road 8.00pm BBC1, BBC HD
DRAMA The drama that imagines the daily life of a secondary school as a catalogue of crises (which may not take much imagining) returns for a 20-part run. Big changes are afoot: the comp we know and love is merging with a high-achieving neighbouring school called John Foster, so backs are up. Waterloo Road feels invaded by poshoes; John Foster types feel they're slumming it. And that's just the teachers; the kids are in open warfare. Into this maelstrom steps suave new "executive head" Max Tyler, played by reigning Strictly champ Tom Chambers, who glides about like a Moss Bros mannequin on castors. The pupils applaud when he enters, perhaps because he looks as if he might break into a quickstep. But the suave exterior is deceptive - Max is a mean authoritarian. That puts him on a collision course with sympathetic head teacher Rachel (Eva Pope), a tussle that looks as if it will define the coming weeks. Although the drama can be painful to watch (bolshie schoolchildren, shouting matches, sledgehammer plotting), sooner or later the blend of soap and seriousness draws you in - and it's addictive. DB
Turn On... with Tom Chambers: page 146
The show goes behind the scenes with detectives hunting the killer of Melanie Hall , whose remains were found alongside the M5. Hosted by Kirsty Young , Rav Wilding and Matthew Amroliwala. Update at 10.45pm. Directors Gavin Ahern , Ben Crichton and Deborah McCarthy
Producer Lorraine Evans
CONTACT: call free on [number removed]; text "Crime" and your message to [number removed] (standard network rates); or visit bbc.co.uk/crimewatch
With Huw Edwards.
Regional News; Weather with Jay Wynne.
All the action from this week's fourth-round matches, including Arsenal v Liverpool and Chelsea v Bolton. Producer Paul Redman ; Editor Charles Balchin
Followed by National Lottery Update
*** Intense coming-of-age drama starring
Robert Downey Jr, Shia LaBeouf , Chazz Palminteri and Dianne Wiest. When his father falls ill, writer Dito goes home to his old neighbourhood of Queens, New York, after a 15-year absence. Film of the Day: p43. Director Dito Montiel (2006,15)
Followed by Weatherview <s)
Signed. Repeats not indicated.
Gandhi 1/3. The life of the spiritual leader.
2.35 Country Tracks Shown on Sunday at 11am
3.30 MasterChef: the Professionals The two winners of the third quarter-final compete in the semi-finals.