A woman wants £2,000 to help her ailing partner.
There's the second round of the women's 200m, and British hopes are high in the cycling sprint finals.
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Hot House A contestant on a TV show is murdered.
Mourning among the Wisterias A famous playwright proposes to Jessica.
Followed by TWF
7/10. The children go to the hills outside Ostia.
The next episode follows at 5.15pm on the CBBC channel
Gymnastics finals: the men's parallel bars, women's beam, nen's horizontal bars and nen's trampolining.
Simulcast in HD on BBC HD
Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
4/6. Carol Klein looks at the brassicas - cabbages, caulis and kale - and clambers up the cliffs in search of the ancestors of the modern cabbage. Series producer Juliet Glaves ; Exec producer Sarah Moors Gardeners' World Special is on Friday at 8pm
3/5. Revisiting the 1990s docu-soap that looked behind the scenes at an Essex shopping centre. Episode four is on Friday at 7.30pm.
6/6. West of England. Jimmy rounds off his tour of Britain's innovative agriculturalists in the west of England. In a region rich in small farms, he meets mavericks who are finding ways to make organics cheaper and keep food local. And he enjoys the privilege of visiting Britain's only underground farm. Series producer Paul Overton ; Executive producer Marcus Herbert Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel, Thursday 10pm Jimmy and the Wild Honey Hunters is tomorrow at 8pm
2/6. Orchestral Classics. The search continues to find a famous amateur worthy of conducting the BBC Concert Orchestra at the Proms, and the remaining contestants, who may or may no longer include Peter Snow, Alex James and Jane Asher, must conduct music for film and television. A panel of expert judges - conductors Sir Roger Norrington and Simone Young, double bassist Dominic Seldis and composer/cellist Zoe Martlew - will assess the performances before the orchestra votes off one of the students. Clive Anderson hosts.
Director Chris Power ; Series producer Chris Brogden
Repeated on Thursday at 11pm on BBC4 Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
12/13. In the second of three Culture Show reports from the Edinburgh Festival, Lauren Laverne is joined by Fight Club author Chuck Palahniuk, whose 2001 novel Choke has now been made into a film starring Sam Rockwell, Anjelica Huston and Kelly Macdonald. Plus a profile of, and scenes from, 365, the National Theatre of Scotland's new work, which is among the international festival's most eagerly anticipated shows. An extended edition is on Thursday at 11.20pm. Series producer Graham Mitchell Executive producer Edward Morgan
With Emily Maitlis.
Followed by Weather
3/3. South America. The last leg of Simon Reeve's journey takes him from the Galapagos to the top of a volcano in Ecuador, and through the perils of war-torn Colombia to the Amazon rainforest. Director/Producer Sophie Todd
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Jimmy Doherty's Farming Heroes 4/6. The farming enthusiast visits Northern Ireland.
1.20 Sprint Four of Britain's young 100m sprinters are highlighted in this one-off documentary.
2.50 Celebrity MasterChef The semi-final sees the last four embroiled in a high-pressure challenge.