The renowned show sees exhibitors from around the globe bringing their exquisite blooms to London. Alan Titchmarsh and Joe Swift take us on a tour, meeting landscape designers and horticultural virtuosos en route. Coverage continues on BBC2. (HD) BBC GARDENERS' WORLD LIVE: runs 11-15 June at the NEC. For tickets, call [number removed] or visit www.bbcgardenersworldlive.com
Digital viewers can access extra options, including a tour of the gardens and Carol Klein and Chris Beardshaw 's highlights
To George, with love: p24; FREE BBC Gardeners' World magazine offer: p27; Smart home and garden offers: p62 Followed by News Update
Christian warns Roxy she'll have to face the inevitable.
Writer Julie Wassmer More cast on Thursday
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 Soaps: page 37; www.radiotimes.com/eastenders
Britain on the Sick. The Government has been cracking down on sickness benefit fraud. But can they achieve their aim of getting a million people back to work within the next eight years? Shelley Jofre investigates. Producer Katy Stead ; Editor Sandy Smith
at 12.25am NOTE: as Panorama reacts to news, its subject matter may change
11/12; series seven. Pieta 1/2. DNA evidence found at the scene of a road accident links to a murder during the Bosnian conflict that Eve dealt with while working on mass war graves. Concludes tomorrow at 9pm.
For cast see Tuesday www.radiotimes.com/waking-the-dead-blog
6/6. Catalin Dobrisan left Romania to work as a taxi driver in Plymouth - but things aren't going to plan. Director Emma Burman ; Editor Khara Stibbons
INFORMATION: interactive world map available at www.open2.net
Tense adventure starring Michael Biehn. A group of mountaineers plans an assault on the summit of K2, the second highest peak in the world. Review p56. Director Franc Roddam (1991, 15) Followed by Springwatch Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Across the Andes: Beyond Boundaries 2/4
The team ascends above 3,000 metres.
2.35 Ben Fogle 's Extreme Dreams The team faces a 500ft scree climb to reach water.
3.05 Animal 24:7 The RSPCA help a lonely dog.
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