18:30 - 19:00
BBC London News
19:00 - 19:30
The One Show
03 09 15. 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
Eat Well for Less
MasterChef judge Gregg Wallace and greengrocer Chris Bavin set out to help the Scott-Dent family in Newport with their food shopping showing them simple and effective ways to save money. Kate and Chris have three children under 10 they both work and Kate hates cooking so relies on freezer food Gregg and Chris secretly watch them on a weekly shop to see where they are going wrong and their mistakes include buying sliced and grated cheese pre-prepared fruit and veg and overpriced frozen food. The couple are shocked when they are told that they are spending twice the amount of an average family of five. Plus Chris tries to allay Kate s fear of using food near its sell-by date and investigates how safe our food labels really are while dietician Lucy Jones investigates the nutritional differences between margarine and butter.
21:00 - 22:00
Who Do You Think You Are
Jerry Hall. Jerry Hall sets out to discover how her father s family who she knew were originally from Oldham ended up in the United States and her investigation takes her from the cotton mills of Lancashire to the plains of Texas at the time of the railroad. She also explores her mother s side of the family and discovers her ancestors pioneering roots as they headed west across the United States at the time of the Frontier and finds out about a connection to the original pioneer and American folk hero Daniel Boone.
22:25 - 22:35
BBC London News Weather
22:35 - 23:35
Documentary following people on both sides of the car-parking battle. The London borough of Islington is the backdrop of a legal fight between the council and a masked campaigner calling himself the Black Beret. The self-styled superhero isn t happy with the wording on the local authority s parking tickets - and if he wins the council will have to pay back Â£90million to motorists. There are more campaigners in Horsham although Mike and Matt are using their own money to buy new tickets for motorists when their time expires - and they have a song to accompany good deeds. Meanwhile in Worthing bailiffs Alan and Paul come across a car with 22 outstanding tickets totalling more than Â£3 000. Will the owner be able to pay off his debts and still afford to keep the vehicle Last in the series.
23:35 - 00:35
The Unbreakables: Life and Love on Disability Campus
Documentary following students at National Star a college for people with disabilities. A group of freshers embark on their first taste of freedom including 20-year-old Dan who has cerebral palsy and dreams of being a DJ. Viewers are also introduced to the Overton Gang a fun-loving group of friends who are the most independent students at college. They include Nicky - who incurred a brain injury when she drove into a tree at the age of 17 - and Josh who has an emotional trip home to visit his mother. Previously shown on BBC Three.
00:35 - 00:40
00:40 - 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
Wanted Down Under Revisited
Morse Family. Nicki Chapman catches up with the Morse family who spent a trial week living in Auckland 12 months ago to decide if life in New Zealand was for them. The presenter hears from policeman Glenn and his wife Sue a self-employed quantity surveyor who were concerned that the pressures of work meant that Glenn was missing out on his children growing up - making the move would have seen Sue become the sole earner instead.
10:00 - 11:00
Homes Under the Hammer
Developers Lucy Alexander and Martin Roberts explore a cottage in Newquay Cornwall a house in London and a property in Durham then follow the sale and talk to the buyers about their plans for the buildings. After three months the team returns to review their progress.