With Dermot Murnaqhan and Natasha Kaplinsky.
4/5. Police search for the next of kin of a man found dead in his neighbour's empty flat.
More real-life medical drama from the Guy's and St Thomas' complex in London. With Eamonn Holmes, Nadia Sawalha and Jeremy Milnes.
Followed by News: Weather
A tired semi near Birmingham airport is spruced up.
A retiree wants to visit a long-lost chum in Canada. followed by News; Weather
Will there be marital strife when couples compete at Kedleston fair in Derbyshire?
Regional News; Weather
Carmella tries to escape from frank, while Izzy pays Paul a visit. Repeated at 5.35pm (AD)
Sister Act. Sarah becomes embroiled in sibling rivalry.
Writer Chris Webb
The Sound of Murder. The shooting of a pop promo has fatal consequences.
Is Mr Bobbins's toy bear Badger in disguise?
Crash loses his temper. (AD)
Finding out about a rare antelope.
Shown at 1.40pm (AD)
With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth. Including a weather summary.
Followed by Weather with Helen Willetts.
4/8. Bedtime is a battleground in the [text removed] household as tots Miles, Herbie and Ellie square off against their parents. Can Dr Tanya Byron restore peace and harmony? More parenting angst in The House of Tiny Tearaways with Dr Tanya Byron on BBC3 at 8pm. Producer Sophie Harris ; Series producer Sacha Baveystock
First shown on BBC3
Ruby's world crumbles as she unravels Tina and Johnny's lies. Chrissie makes a shocking discovery while helping out Minty, and Pauline's obstinacy forces Martin and Sonia to walk out.
Writer Sarah Phelps This week's episodes produced by Jo Johnson and directed by Graeme Hattrick Cast on page 44 Repeated at
10pm on BBC3 (AD) www.bbc.co.uk/eastenders
4/10. A suitcase full of Star Wars figures is just one treasure trove presented to the experts at the Brighton Centre, a venue that gives Alan Titchmarsh the opportunity to explore the city's famous lanes - a mecca for collectors and fashion victims alike. Plus Wayne Hemingway on his collection of mass-produced art, and an original Vespa is valued. Director Liz Igoe ; Series producer John Miller
Regional Variations (2)
Journey of Life
Steve Leonard asks whether its's the relationships between living things that have created so much of the spectacular variety of life we see today.
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with Helen Willetts. BBCi: 10.00-10.45: digital viewers can see 10 o'Clock News Extra
Leeds is the venue for the first topical debate since the general election. David Dimbleby puts audience questions to a panel of movers and shakers.
Executive producer George Carey ; Series editor Nick Pisani
www.bbc.co.uk/questiontime BBCi: digital viewers can access interactive options via the handset CONTACT: phone [number removed]411 (cost 25p) or email via the website
lizarre, po-faced supernatural horror thriller tarring James D'Arcy , Natasha Wightman and erence Stamp. A billionaire mogul enlists the help of his computer-whizzkid son and an alchemy student to find a powerful ancient artefact before it falls into the hands of an agent of evil. Review page 56. Director Stuart Urban (2001, 15)
Followed by Weatherview
Skint 6/8. Carmel falls out with partner Martin when she discovers that he's using drugs again.
2.00 Ray Mears 's Bushcraft 4/5. The survival expert meets the Hadza tribe of Tanzania.
3.00 Battle for the Amazon What's happened to the Amazon rainforest since becoming a Green cause celebre? Paul McGann updates the story. (AD)
Survival expert Ray Mears explores the world of bushcraft. He visits the Hadza of Tanzania, the last remaining true hunter-gatherers, and explores their way of life. Show more