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6.15: national/regional news half-hourly from 6.25.
Paramedics fight to save a man who's had a heart attack.
Featuring properties in Wigan, Reading and Kent.
Followed by News; Weather
Searching for a property in north Somerset.
6/13. Funding a house makeover in south-east London.
Followed by News; Weather
Two teams are challenged to pick up bargains at Grimsthorpe Castle in Lincolnshire.
Lily learns what real dedication to a lover is from an old crook, and a cramped campus does not bode well for Julia. Writer Nick Hoare Showing on the BBC HD channel at 6pm
Dr Lily Hassan:
DI Terry Wood:
Mourning among the Wisteria A famous playwright proposes to Jessica - and almost immediately finds himself charged with murder,
Children try to prove they can keep quiet.
With Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley.
5/9 LONDON impounding dangerous dogs with the Met. Series director Andy Richards ; Series editor Dippy Chaudhary SOUTH EAST A behind-the-scenes look at drug smuggling at UK Customs in Dover. Editor Linda Bell
EAST Featuring car-matching companies who charge a fee to provide buyers for cars. Editor Diana Hare
EAST MIDLANDS A report on the charity behind Melton Mowbray 's parks and markets. Series editor Tony Roe
WEST MIDLANDS Why women with learning difficulties are forced to give up their babies, series editor Matthew Gull Followed by News Update
Romance blossoms for Ronnie and Owen, while Lucy worries about how Jane's absence is affecting Ian. Writer Nicholas Hicks-Beach Cast on Thursday/Friday
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 Soaps: page 27
Assault on Justice. Are criminal cases that are dealt with out of court helping to unclog the overburdened court system and dealing more swiftly with antisocial behaviour? Or is it justice on the cheap that allows serious offenders off the hook and denies victims justice? Shelley Jofre investigates. Producer Katy Stead : Executive producer Marcus Ryder
Editor Sandy Smith Signed at 12.35am NOTE: as Panorama reacts to news, its subject matter may change
5/10. Birds. These creatures owe their success to something no other animal has: feathers. Tonight, the unique flight of the spatuletail hummingbird is captured, while the Ethiopian lammergeyer is filmed dropping bones from the sky to smash them into edible pieces and a grouse comically rubs its feathers. Plus, the dazzling spectacle of flamingos on Kenya's Lake Bogoria, with up to 1,000 birds promenading side by side in a sea of pink.
Series producer Martha Holmes ; Executive producer Michael Gunton Rptd tomorrow at 8pm on BBC4 and next Sunday on BBC1 Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
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With Huw Edwards.
Regional News; Weather Elizabeth Saary.
6/11. David Tennant and Johnny Vegas join the host for celebrity chat and audience participation. Director Steve Smith : Producer Jon Magnusson
Repeated tomorrow at 11.55pm
Donald Trump asks the candidates to design a float for the Hollywood Holiday Parade.
12.05am There's a shock in the boardroom after the rivals try to increase sales in a sports shop. Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats not indicated.
Last Chance to See 6/6. The blue whale.
1.55 An Island Parish Following criticism of his ministry, the Rev David Easton 's reputation is on the line.
2.25 Defying Gravity 4/13. A crisis on board.
3.10 Watchdog 9/9. More consumer reports.