Eight puppies and their underweight mum are found confined in a small space, and Graeme Petty is determined to get justice for little Haribo, a terrified Staffordshire bull terrier rescued from a house in Liverpool. Meanwhile, Herchy Boal tries to discover why Blade has chronic fur loss, and cameras follow Roo, a dog born with three legs who is determined to never give up.
Bradley Walsh presents as four contestants pit their wits against ruthless quiz genius the Chaser in the hope of winning a potential prize pot worth thousands of pounds. They must work as a team and play strategically to answer general knowledge questions against the clock and race down the game board to the exit without being caught.
Holly Willoughby makes wishes come true for one last selection of public heroes. This time, she celebrates the work of a woman with terminal cancer who helps others with a similar prognosis enjoy the wedding of their dreams. She also gives a young girl who loves singing a chance to perform alongside the cast of Matilda the Musical, and arranges an emotional reunion for a mother and son, who haven't seen each other for 46 years. Last in the series.
A penniless rare-plant collector, desperate for funds to support his expensive hobby, fakes his nephew's kidnapping to get his hands on a trust fund. However, the supposed victim turns up dead, prompting Columbo to take action to unmask the killer. Detective drama, starring Peter Falk, Bradford Dillman and Ray Milland.
Bethany offers to help Callum with his next delivery, but after he gives her a package of drugs, it looks like she might be arrested when the police raid the Dog & Gun. While Sarah sets off to find her wayward daughter, Tim tries to feign enthusiasm when Kevin tips him off about a car showroom window cleaning job. Elsewhere, Gary hopes to surprise Alya when he calls in the factory with a picnic hamper, and Roy plucks up the courage to phone Cathy.
Robert repeatedly tries to talk Chrissie out of leaving him, but also begins hatching a fresh plan. Pollard collapses and is taken to hospital, and a casual remark from Tracy gives Val a devious idea. Ross manipulates Noah into blaming Moira for being separated from his mother, Chas and Andy struggle with their guilt over Katie's death, and Vanessa decides to leave the village.
Paul receives exciting news, although his day soon takes a turn for the worse when he is confronted by Vincent over his accusation about Les and Claudette - forcing him to do some speedy backtracking. However, when Vincent delivers some cakes to Pam, he realises there may be some truth in it after all. Meanwhile, families struggle to remain united as the police investigation into Lucy's murder continues, ramping up the tension and causing accusations to fly.
Admitting she fancies him, Bethany tries to kiss Callum but he backs away, while Sally has a go at Tim for missing his appointment at the garage. How will she react when he tells her he's fed up of being compared to Kevin? Meanwhile, Tyrone suggests Cathy joins in their next curry night, and Alya apologises to Gary.
Nick Luck and Rishi Persad present live coverage of eight races. From Ascot, races start at 2.00, 2.35, 3.10 and 3.50. From York at 1.45, 2.15, 2.50 and 3.25. With commentary by Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Graham Cunningham, Tanya Stevenson and Brian Gleeson, and reports from Mick Fitzgerald and Tom Lee.Expires today
Gabby Logan presents coverage of the meeting at from The Stadium at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London, which marks the third anniversary of the Olympics and also serves as the 11th round of the Diamond League series. British Olympic champions Jessica Ennis-Hill and Greg Rutherford are both scheduled to compete today, hoping to rekindle some of the magic of `Super Saturday' at London 2012, when both won gold in the heptathlon and long jump respectively. Team GB's Katarina Johnson-Thompson is also set to take part in the long jump, while Kenyan superstar David Rudisha returns to the scene of his world-record triumph in the 800m. With commentary by Steve Cram, Andrew Cotter, Steve Backley and Brendan Foster, analysis from Colin Jackson, Paula Radcliffe and Denise Lewis, and reports from Phil Jones.Expires today
A boy leaves his urban home in search of a real tree, and meets the reclusive industrialist who first created the city. The hermit tells the story of a grumpy forest creature who tried to stop him destroying the trees, and inspires the youngster to undo the damage that has been done. Animated fantasy based on the children's book, with the voices of Danny DeVito, Zac Efron and Ed Helms.Expires today
Benidorm's Janine Duvitski (Jacqueline) and Radio 1 DJ Scott Mills are joined by their families to answer a series of seemingly simple questions based on a survey of 100 members of the public. The winning team then goes on to the Big Money round, where a jackpot of £30,000 can be won for charity. Vernon Kay hosts the long-running game show.Expires today
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