With Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams.
2/10. Two sisters search for a relaxing home in the coastal
Tunisian town of Hergla.
A beautiful Cornish cottage, a run-down home in Derby and a derelict house in Lancashire.
Executive producer Melanie Eriksen ; Series Producer Caroline Davidson Followed by News; Weather
Revitalising an out-of-sorts bungalow in the Worcestershire spa town of Malvern.
Cash is needed for a weekend break at a health centre for a couple in their 50s. Followed by News; Weather
A retired actress wants to generate funds to convert her garage into an art studio.
Regional News; Weather
Steph is arousing suspicion.
Repeated at 5.35pm
Never Too Late. An old school friend of Amanda's tracks her down via the internet.
Writer Colin Brake
All Dressed Up and Nowhere to Die A bridegroom is slain.
Regional News IS)
Relationship tests. With Rani and Abs.
2/13. The rocket refuses to take off, so Patrick starts again from scratch.
17/20. Dom and Chrissie's competition to find the Grove's best couple throws up surprising results. Contains scenes of self-harm. More Thursday at 5pm.
Shown at 1.40pm
With George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky. Followed by Weather with John Hammond.
The consumer champions right more wrongs and put slippery firms on the spot. With Nicky Campbell. Producer Graeme Thomson ; Series editor Sandy Smith
Phil hands over a vital piece of evidence that makes Sharon realise Chrissie may not be innocent.
Writer Rob Gittins Cast see p40 Repeated 10pm BBC3
More Equal than Others. The arrival of the new consultant Elliot Hope (played by former EastEnder Paul Bradley ) turns Connie's world upside down.
Writer Andrew Holden ; Producer Roberto Troni
Director Rob Evans www.bbc.co.uk/holbycity
1/2. In 2003, only 27 British veterans of the First World War were still alive. From earliest memories up to the end of the second year of the conflict, this final platoon of "tommies" relate poignant and harrowing stories of their experiences. Alfred Anderson recalls the Christmas truce of 1914 - when soldiers on both sides ceased hostilities - as well as memories of facing the overwhelming German forces as part of the "Old Contemptibles".
Concludes next Tuesday.
(See Days That Shook the World on Thursday at 9.30pm on BBC4)
Harry Patch remembers...: p26; Ian Hislop's view: p28
Maxine Mawhinney. Regional News
Then Weather with Helen Willetts.
2/7. Professor John Hunter has revolutionised the way in which British police forces recover murder victims and exhume bodies. This affecting film finds out why he left the serenity of studying Stone Age settlements on a Scottish isle to take on a harrowing role that has also seen him help the authorities after the massacre in Srebrenica.
DOCUMENTARY OF THE WEEK
ONE life 10.35pm BBC1
Here's a valuable corrective to Waking the Dead and its ilk - a low-key, even dispassionate look at Professor John Hunter, a quietly spoken academic whose work involves exhuming bodies.
There's no Trevor Eve wafting around in a smart overcoat, being melodramatic as his dramatically lit team looks moody. Far from it. When called upon by the police, Professor Hunter dons a white paper suit and, with great delicacy and precision, tracks down and digs up the bodies of victims that have been buried, often in haste, by their killers.
His work also takes him to Bosnia, and the heartbreaking task of emptying the mass graves of the thousands of Bosnian Muslims murdered by Serbs during the1995 Srebrenica Massacre.
John Hunter, by necessity, maintains a professional emotional distance, though he finds solace on a small Scottish island. But, as Duncan Staff's affecting film shows, he's a man who feels things greatly. So greatly that an unexpected tragedy makes him doubt his vocation and ability. AG
10/16. Coded. After Ariel experiences a disturbing dream, Joe agonises over the possibility that both his daughters have inherited their mother's psychic abilities. Starring Patricia Arquette.
Spooky thriller. A boarding-school pupil has an affair with the husband of her headmistress. With Sophie Ward, Sophia Myles and Michael Elphick.
Writer/Director Merlin Ward
Followed by Weatherview
See Hear Shown Saturday at 12 noon on BBC2
4/4. A council officer's one-man crusade against litterbugs.
1/8. Maxwell Hutchinson looks at properties left to rack and ruin.
The life story of Kusasi, an orang-utan from the forests of Borneo.