Bumps in the night.
The team get walkie-talkies.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Herman's Happy Valley. Herman buys a holiday hideaway - in the desert. (BW)
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Repeats are not indicated.
Shakespeare: the Animated Tales (9-13) The Winter's Tale
Business issues with Adam Shaw and Adrian Chiles. (5)
2.00 Lifeline Fay Ripley appeals on behalf of Touching Tiny Lives.
Shown Sunday 4.50pm BBCI
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A look at the last phase of the war and the final peace. (BW)
2.50 The Flying Gardener
A look at Britain's inspirational gardens and dramatic landscapes.
A terracotta terrace and wooden pergola add a Mediterranean feel to a plain garden.
Brian Turner and Nick Nairn join Ainsley Harriott.
3/10. Can the West London Postcard Club triumph over the general knowledge Goliaths tonight? Producer Rob Dean ; Executive producers David Young and AndyCulpin
Two adventurous Brits head to the pretty town of Ghar El Melh in northern Tunisia, looking for a holiday home. Once a pirates' port, Ghar El Melh is attracting interest from people keen to cash in on its idyllic location and many historic properties. Juliet Morris and buildings surveyor
Graham Barton follow the pair's progress.
4/5. A Carlisle teacher is branded bonkers for making pupils wear goggles while playing conkers. He's trying to protect his pupils from injury, and the school from a compensation claim. The boss of Manchester personal injury firm Amelans pays the school a visit in an effort to change the image of his industry. Narrated by Mark Radcliffe. Directors Dan Gooding and Nick Mattingly
Series producer Jim Booth
4/5. Simon Reeve has a disturbing time in two regions that have declared independence from former Soviet state Georgia. First he crosses the frontline past Russian tanks into South Ossetia - where he sees graveyards in a school and drinks with troops, before being chased out by the KGB. Then in Abkhazia, he finds an alarming legacy of Soviet times: a warehouse full of 30,000 shells, protected by a door kept closed with a piece of string.
Series producer Will Daws ; Executive producer Karen O'Connor
First shown on BBC4
Alan Titchmarsh and Diarmuid Gavin profile floral fanatics. Wesley Kerr reports from Malaysia, where chef Raymond Blanc seeks inspiration, and Joe Swift visits Wales to see Japanese maples.
13/5. Life spiralled out of control for Jonny Walker in his late teens. At 18 he was in Alcoholics Anonymous; by his early 20s he was in debt through drink, drugs and gambling. The film follows his destructive journey from psychiatric care to a shattering conclusion at his Yorkshire home. Strong language. Director Paddy Wivell ; Executive producer Richard Klein
5/6. Amy & Amiability. Miranda Richardson stars as a prospective bride for the Prince Regent.
Writers Richard Curtis and Ben Elton ; Director Mandie Fletcher
Producer John Lloyd
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Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
Editor Peter Barron
Three terrifying minutes on stage await two drama school graduates. After three years of training and F30,000 in fees, the pair must appear at a West
End theatre to impress agents and casting directors looking for the Next Big Thing.
Director/Producers Gina Newson and Jeremy Newson
Secondary Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Technology Techno: Making It Plus Opening Up Technology 47997 4.00 Technology Techno: Designing Your Future and Techno: ICT in the Real World