18:30 - 19:00
BBC London News
19:00 - 19:30
The One Show
Matt Baker and Alex Jones present the live magazine show featuring a mixture of celebrity chat and stories of interest.
19:30 - 20:00
The highs and lows of life with the residents of Albert Square Walford.
20:00 - 21:00
DIY SOS: The Big Build: Swansea. Nick Knowles travels to Swansea to meet 15-year-old Jack who suffers from a rare form of muscular dystrophy that has led to a lifetime of painful operations. His mother Helen and older brother Daniel do all they can to help but as he grows it has become impossible to get him upstairs and now he has to sleep in the living room leaving the rest of the family with nowhere to socialise. Having heard of their plight the DIY SOS team turns up to transform their three-bedroom semi backed up by an army of local tradespeople with designer Gabrielle Blackman on hand to ensure they don t stray too far from her vision.
21:00 - 22:00
Apple s Broken Promises
Apple is arguably the most valuable brand on the planet making products that a vast number of consumers want - but how are the workers putting its highly desirable gadgetry together really treated Panorama goes undercover in China to show what life is like for the workers making the iPhone 6 and reporter Richard Bilton travels to Indonesia to find children working in some of the most dangerous mines in the world finding out what happens to the tin they dig out by hand.
22:25 - 22:35
BBC Regional News and Weather
22:35 - 23:35
The Apprentice: Why I Fired Them. As a curtain-raiser to the weekend s final which will see the remaining two candidates battling it out to become Alan Sugar s business partner the tycoon looks back on the most recent series. As usual Summit and Tenacity faced tasks designed to test their salesmanship negotiation advertising teamwork and leadership skills and for the losing team someone always ended up carrying the can. Here the peer explains how the entrepreneurs fared and what prompted him to fire each candidate along the way.
23:35 - 00:20
Andrew Neil presents round-table chat in which he and his guests take a light-hearted romp through the political and parliamentary developments of the past seven days. They ll be discussing who is making the headlines and the issues that matter to both MPs and the public.
00:20 - 00:25
00:25 - 06:00
The latest national and international stories as they break.
06:00 - 09:15
Round-up of national and international news plus the latest from the money markets.
09:15 - 10:00
Operation Meet the Street
James Martin takes TV presenter Helen Skelton back to where she grew up in Kirkby Thore Cumbria. It s a trip down memory lane for the former Blue Peter star who remembers how the village had a thriving community spirit when she was a child. Together the pair meet the locals and set up a social network in an effort to tackle the growing issue of loneliness in the UK. Last in the series.
10:00 - 11:00
Homes Under the Hammer
Developers Lucy Alexander and Martin Roberts visit a double-fronted end terrace house in Stoke a flat in Sydenham south-east London and a detached home in County Durham before finding out who bought the properties and how much they sold for at auction.