News and topical reports.
The Ashton family spend a week in Adelaide with a view to migrating to Australia. (R)
16/20 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander view properties in Derbyshire and Yorkshire.
Kristian Digby and Simon O'Brien help a corset-maker find a property in Worcestershire. (R)
A musical couple hope to raise 500 pounds for a Spanish guitar. With Lorne Spicer. (R)
13/30 Tim Wonnacott presents as two teams go bargain hunting at an antiques centre near Perth. (R)
The latest news and weather.
The latest news, sport and weather from London.
Michelle meets a man dressed as a cavalier who has lost his memory. Can she help him?
Zeke's tough love forces Susan's hand. Declan makes an impulsive decision.
1/26 One of Steve's colleagues is shot on an undercover raid. (R)
The latest national and international news stories.
2/26 Prank's hair problem looks like it is over when he takes delivery of a wig. (R)
Children's animation. Skunk takes art lessons, sculpting masterpieces out of battle. (R)
9/10 A recording studio is used to hoodwink a victim into destroying a master CD. (R)
4/16 No-one can believe how evil Senator Skull is when he uses the Scissor Choke twice. (R)
7/20 Rani and Abs present the show that tests the friendships of five close mates.
It's pancake day and the presenters take part in a blind taste test.
Topical news magazine for children.
Regional news magazine.
Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley present interviews, topical reports and features.
Heather manages to track down Minty's bride. Clare shows Chelsea her true colours.
National and regional news bulletin from the BBC.
17/53 Stuart tries to win back Chrissie's heart, but his efforts have a devastating effect.
Drama series. Siobhan struggles with her secret. Katie desperately tries to contact Sam.
Lenny Henry brings you the the best, funniest and weirdest clips from the Internet.
Film news and reviews, including an interview with Daniel Day-Lewis.
Thriller. A woman researches a century-old double murder in a small coastal town.
Detailed weather forecast.
We meet a young man who hopes to be the first deaf person to walk to the North Pole. (R)
4/4 Boy band Billy Goat are locked into a watertight contract with a terrifying manager. (R)
Ben realises that repairs to Dartmoor Wildlife Park are needed when a wolf escapes. (R)
A family from Crawley spend a week in Perth before deciding whether they want to move. (R)
Wednesday 6 February 2008