Big Cook Little Cook Making popcorn for a scarecrow.
6.20 Tots TV Who is leaving clues for
Tom and Tiny?
6 30Boblnogs Nib forgets to ask to go to the toilet.
6.45 Wide Eye Little Hoot and Flea go
' snapdragon hunting.
Balamory: Who is going to turn a rainy day into a fun day?
Writer Peter Hynes (AD)
10.20 Come Outside: Looking at geese.
10.40 Tweenies: Milo refuses to share his secret box.
The Anna Neagle season concludes with a bawdy historical drama charting
Nell Gwyn 's rise from selling oranges in Cheapside, to becoming Charles ll's favourite mistress. Review page 61-Director Herbert Wilcox (1934. U)
Chaos in the kitchen as Adrian and Adam take over running a restaurant for the night. Plus the usual discussion, to which viewers can contribute via www.bbc.co.uk/workinglunch or email: email@example.com. Editor Tracey Hobbs
Swashbuckling period epic starring Tony Curtis and Yul Brynner. A Cossack leader clashes with his rebellious son as they struggle with the Polish army for control of 16th-century eastern Europe. Review page 61-
DirectorJ Lee Thompson (1962. U)
Fever pitch is reached as the two finalists, Kwame and Bill, lead their teams into the last event. They both encounter problems, but who will Donald Trump decide to hire? A UK version will be coming soon.
3/6. Victorian plant enthusiast Samuel Curtis believed Jersey had the perfect climate for an exotic garden, and established his botanical masterpiece at Chateau La Chaire. Chris Beardshaw visits a garden in need of restoration.
Producer John Trefor ; Executive producer Sam Organ
8/12. Ray and Roger leave the Royal Botanic Gardens to hunt for plants in Japan, Britain's rarest orchid is planted back into the wild and Jon celebrates his birthday at the top of Kew's biggest tree. Narrated by Alan Titchmarsh.
Director Tim Green ; Series producer Adam Alexander RT DIRECT: hardback book A YearatKew available for £14.99 including p&P (RRP £16.99). To order call [number removed] (national rate)
The garden is prepared for winter as Monty and the team put in measures to protect plants from the cold.
Producer Andy Vernon ; Series producer Sarah Moors BBC GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: available monthly, price f 2.95
4/6. The story of Kush, an African kingdom that flourished for 3,000 years and even became the dominant power in the ancient world for a century, has long been undermined by a lack of documentary proof. Two years ago Vivian Davies of the British Museum made a find that demands we change our view of history. This is the account of that discovery.
Director Richard Trayler-Smith ; Editor John Farren
3/12. Alan Davies , Phill Jupitus , Clive Anderson and Rich Hall are quizzed by the erudite Stephen Fry as they discuss bombs, bats and bagpipes. The next episode follows on BBC4. Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer John Lloyd
2/6. Goth popsters the Cure, singer/songwriter Jackson Browne and soul star Anita Baker join Jools for music and chat. There's also performances from the Futureheads, melodic songsters Embrace and New York rapper Nas, who appears with his jazz musician father, Olu Dara.
Producer Alison Howe ; Director Janet Fraser Crook
Cheaply made rock 'n' roll musical starring Tuesday Weld. A teenage girl tries to raise enough money to buy the dress of her dreams for the local dance. Review page 61.
Director Will Price (1956, U) (BW)
Open University Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Framing and Forming 35255 2.30 The Sonnet
3.00 Music to the Ear 406963.30 Philosophy in Action: Debates about Boxing 44994 4.00 The Emperor's Gift
265074.30 From Here to Modernity 52435 5.00 The Dangers of Powerful Neighbours 740145.30 The Trouble with Love-Courting Disaster Life before the marriage act of 1753.
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