Midwife Julie Godfrey and her family sample life in Perth, Australia, hoping a permanent move will enable them to spend more time together, as the demands of work often mean spending weeks away from one another in the UK.Nick Knowles hosts the general knowledge quiz in which contestants can win a rolling jackpot that starts at £1,000, but only by achieving perfection.
Rural paramedics navigate a treacherously icy route to reach a patient in need of treatment, while the severe weather leaves police facing chaos on the roads.
Elsewhere, the Royal Navy Search and Rescue helicopter crew tries to reach a critically injured walker in the Lake District. Consumer expert Dominic Littlewood helps provide some much-needed answers for a couple who have been unable to determine the cause of their hazardous collapsing driveway, and tries to find out why they are getting little response from the company dealing with the case.
Two teams search for bargain antiques in the historic town of Hungerford in Berkshire, with experts Colin Young and James Braxton on hand to offer advice and find purchases that could be profitable at auction. Chris helps a mother concerned about her child's treatment for chicken pox, but realises the woman is on the run from the police, frightened social services will take the youngster away.
Meanwhile, an email from Howard causes a stir in the surgery, and Zara is embarrassed to discover she over-estimated her son's intelligence.
While in the county, Alistair visits a historic film set.
Kate Bliss and Will Axon value antiques at Nantwich Civic Hall in Cheshire, including a few familiar items.
Meanwhile, Paul Martin visits pottery manufacturer Moorcroft to paint a vase, which he sends to auction for Children in Need.
The probate detectives continue the two-year search for the beneficiaries of mariner Josiah Webbe's £70,000 estate, a hunt that has so far stretched from the Caribbean to Wales.
They also try to track down the identities of a man's parents.
Lucy Alexander and Martin Roberts explore a plot of land in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, a commercial unit in Queenborough, Kent, and a bungalow in Osset, West Yorkshire.
They then follow each of the sales at auction and talk to the owners about their plans for the buildings.