77/85 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Nottingham, Kent and Exmouth. (R)
1/10 A giant car carrier is grounded on a sandbank in the Solent. (R)
A tree surgeon comes to the rescue when Eric's giant beech tree puts his house at risk. (R)
The Daley family are too embarrassed to invite people around to their run-down home. (R)
St Helens v Leeds, Wigan v Warrington, Huddersfield v Catalans, Widnes v Castleford.
China's Ding Junhui plays the concluding session of his first-round match.
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn put the parties' health policies under the microscope.
World number three Ding Junhui will be hoping to improve on last year's first-round exit.
Andrew Neil and guests debate EU membership, terrorism and Britain's plan in the world.
Five-time world champion Ronnie O'Sullivan takes centre stage.
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146/160 Quiz featuring the country's top quiz champions. (R)
12/15 Will Farmer investigates the life of a talented but little-known sculptor.
2/4 In Cambodia, animal lover Sue is confronted by the complex world of wildlife trafficking. (R)
2/16 The next three candidates are put through the gruelling hands-on interview process.
6/6 Giles Coren and Polly Russell introduce the family to tastes of the future.
2/7 Featuring performances by George Clinton Parliament Funkadelic and Mumford & Sons.
With Emily Maitlis.
Chris Smith and Tina Daheley are live in Birmingham with young voters. (R)
Jason Mohammad presents highlights featuring two-time world champion Mark Williams.
Jason Mohammad introduces highlights from the day's first-round matches.
1/10 Tests reveal whether more expensive orange juice is healthier than concentrate. (R)
Programmes will resume at 04:00
Professor Brian Cox witnesses the wonders of the universe in 12 short films. (R)
Tempo and his upcycling pal Sabrina Grant get time told! KS1 Maths - measuring time. (R)