Hosted by Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams. (5)
3/4. Dirty Work. Behind closed doors, there's an army of workers cooking, cleaning and nannying. Most domestic servants are well treated, but some end up as slaves held captive.
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Homes Under the Hammer
A bungalow in Gravesend, Kent, a detached cottage in Derby left unoccupied for 40 years and a spacious ground-floor flat with sea view in Hove, East Sussex. Followed by News; Weather
Can expert advice help turn bacon butties into some serious bread by a cafe owner?
Two teams scour Portobello Road in west London for good-value rarities. Followed by News; Weather
Cash is needed to give seven grandchildren a day out. Another edition tonight at 7pm.
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Janae is fearful of the unknown. Repeated at 5.35pm
Young at Heart. Sarah and Nick uncover a secret love triangle. Writer Paul Matthew Thompson
For cast see page 30
Mr Monk and the Panic Room A dead music producer's pet chimpanzee is found holding the murder weapon.
Paul and Barry learn to run a mobile caravan cafe.
Mystery in Paris.
It's the final of the G1 championships, and Mooey leaves Alex with a difficult dilemma.
British junior Bollywood champion Bravini Sheth performs live, plus a look at some amazing ice sculptures.
Shown at 1.40pm
With George Alagiah and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Followed by Weather with Dan Corbett.
Helen Joyce has always wanted to be a writer and has a science-fiction adventure ready for publishing. Can her accumulated trinkets become bestsellers so her book can make it onto the shelves? With Ben Fogle. Series producer Gill Waddington
6/8. Darrel and Dave use fire and flood restoration skills on a house that's been damaged by flames and has two feet of water under the floorboards.
Locksmith Duncan boards up houses left damaged by a gold thief, and a pensioner's car seems to have spontaneously combusted. Tim Healy narrates.
Series producer Paul Tucker ; Exec producer Paul Wooding
6/8. Comedy treasure Dawn French, who's currently revealing her more serious side on stage, takes time off from the emotionally charged Smaller - a touring play co-starring 80s balladeer Alison Moyet - to drop in for a chat. Plus music from huge-selling singer/ actor Will Young , who performs his latest hit Who Am I. Producer Sarah Proctor ; Exec producers Beatrice Ballard , Danny Dignan See Will Young's new video in Blue Peter on Friday at 5pm Dawn French in the RT Interview: page 16 The Vicar of Dibley DVD offer: page 19
2/3. Life on the road with Greater Manchester police's 20 high-speed pursuit officers. Tackling one of the country's highest rates of car crime and violence, the Manchester force is uniquely allowed to use unmarked high-performance cars to track criminals. But the tactics are controversial: "hot pursuit" often ends in injuries and deaths, which leaves officers with a difficult decision. Narrated by Jamie Theakston. Director/Producer Matt Holden
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Then Weather with John Hammond.
New series 1/4. First-time buyers go on "property dates" with potential co-buyers, starting with laid-back party girl Kate Eustace , who's desperate to become a homeowner in London. How will property expert Sarah Van der Noot convince Kate her budget might not stretch to the location she so desires?
Director Tanya Robinson ; Series producers Eve Kay and Jon Crawley First shown on BBC3
Followed by National Lottery Update
Quirky Second World War comedy starring
Matt LeBlanc and Eddie Izzard. An American intelligence officer wants a drag artist to teach his men how to behave as women. Their mission is to infiltrate the female workforce of a factory in Germany and steal an Enigma encryption machine. Review page 51.
Director Stefan Ruzowitzky (2001, 12)
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Child of Our Time 1/4. Do biological or environmental factors keep us on an even keel?
2.25 Pets Are People 2/6. Owners desperate to get their much-loved stolen dogs returned.
2.55 Best of Top Gear 5/6. Highlights.
3.55 Accidents Can Happen Wedding plans are ruined by a bolt from the blue.