A bouncy castle inflates.
Makka Pakka's stone is taken.
Romantic melodrama starring Lisa Daniely.
While holidaying in Blackpool, Jenny Hawthorne falls in love with her employer's son. Review page 36.
Director Arthur Crabtree (1952)
Business news with Declan Curry and Naga Munchetty.
Seanna the sea lion pup leaves her mother. (Revised rpt)
A woman sets up a mobile beauty business.
A couple in Whitstable, Kent, try to raise money.
Mr Monk Can't See a Thing
An assailant temporarily blinds the detective.
Selling antiques in Tenby,
Si King and Dave Myers visit Herefordshire.
Paul Martin helps a Lancashire couple raise money to send their daughter to equine college.
4/7. The Market. During the 1970s, London's Covent Garden Market was saved from being bulldozed when local people and workers stopped the plans. But was the war against gentrification lost? With Tom Dyckhoff. Producer David Vincent ; Series producer Mary Sackville-West
4/4. Levi Roots tries to tempt shoppers in Glasgow with an aromatic pineapple dessert before taking to the waves to join some fishermen at work off the coast of Mull. He also prepares the ultimate Caribbean cricket tea for two teams of hungry Yorkshire men.
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St John's College, Oxford, take on the University of Durham in a first-round match. Jeremy Paxman hosts. Director Tracey Rooney ; Producer Irene Daniels
New series. As the competition to find a capable young chef returns, four contenders try to impress Michelin-starred Michel Roux and his sous-chef Monica Galetti, along with MasterChef veteran Gregg Wallace, with their culinary skills. Only three go through to tomorrow's next round. If you can't stand the heat: page 22
New series. 1/6. French product designer Philippe Starck embarks on a mission to find a great British design talent by inviting 12 hopefuls to study in Paris. The chance to work with him will be up for grabs, but first they must show they know the difference between good and bad design at a hypermarket. Executive producer Joe Houlihan
Signed at 12.55am on BBC1
New series. 1/6. Emma Fryer stars in this new comedy as a young woman who returns, aged 29, to live with her parents having failed to make a go of it in the big wide world. How will she face up to Mel, Kelly and Becky, the three friends she left behind?
Writers Neil Edmond and Emma Fryer ; Director Christine Gernon
Producer Ted Dowd Signed 3.30am on BBC1 Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
With Jeremy Paxman.
Followed by Weather
1/3. The Bank That Bust the World. In September 2008, Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy and triggered a financial crisis. The first of three films outlines the causes of the bank's collapse and why it had such catastrophic consequences.
Director/Producer Guy Smith Shown last Thursday