Series two. Dinah believes Lloyd is on the road to recovery.
Muffin forms a football team.
Dig it with Pete and Nat.
Ingenious ways are devised to cheer up a cold sufferer.
Breaking Up and Breaking It
Junior's bathroom habits cause concern. Claire brings home her first boyfriend.
10.20 Trade Secrets
Repeats are not indicated.
10.30 Watch (ages 5-7) Within
Living Memory. Three editions. 6001087 11.15 Watch (ages 5-7)
Celebrations. Three editions about religious festivals.
Police dog Griswald is assigned by Dibble to prevent TC from using the alley precinct phone.
Followed by The Witness
It's the end of the road for Adrian Chiles as his cycle ride reaches Edinburgh. Back in the studio, viewers' questions on pensions are answered by the experts. Submit questions via email: [email address removed]; or [web address removed].
Live coverage of the second day s play at the World Match Play tournament from the famed
West Course at the Wentworth Club in Surrey, where golf's biggest first prize, El million, is up for grabs. The eight winners from yesterday's opening round are again set to contest 36 holes apiece. Past winners of this prestigious tournament include Arnold Palmer , Gary Player, Jack Nicklaus and Seve Ballesteros. Presented by Steve Rider , commentators are Peter Alliss , Ken Brown and Andrew Cotter
www.bbc.co.uk/golf INTERACTIVE: if matches overrun, digital viewers can access continued coverage by pressing the red button
5/10. The group return to a more familiar medium - paint. But still they find it hard to relax.
Flower-arranging and a stint in the kitchen garden are on the agenda as Jeremy Musson visits Bryngwyn a magnificent Grade II-listed house in Powys.
Director Samantha Rosie ; Senes producer Richard Trayler-Smith
5/12. January: the team resorts to period remedies to heal their aches and pains. They head out into the coppice to manage their wood supplies, get in a professional hedge layer to help fix the boundaries, and have a go at making ink. Owen Teale narrates.
Producer Peter Sommer ; Series producer David Upshai
4/8. Wilderness Years. in November 1922 Churchill was thrown into political exile, but after changing from Liberal to Conservative he became chancellor. In 1929, the Conservatives were thrown out of office but Churchill was set to wage a brave one-man battle. Producer Harvey Lilley ; Executive producer Mark Fielder
First shown on BBC4
Monty and the team reveal the results of the dahlia trial. Carol does some propagating in the formal area. Producer Andy Vernon ; Series producer Sarah Moors Secateurs set offer, plus the 30-minute gardener: page 30
2/3. What led Jenny, a loyal domestic servant, into prostitution?
The dramatisation of Patrick Hamilton's tale continues.
Dramatised by Kevin Elyot
(First shown on BBC4)
(Patrick Hamilton: Words, Whisky and Women is at 10pm on BBC4)
Tom and Marianne. An eventful ride home.
Writer Amelia Bullmore ; Producers Christopher Clough and Jake Lushington ; Director Susan Tully
3/4. No longer the butt of southerners' jokes, a northern accent has become positively cool. Jenny Eclair , Noddy Holder and Stephen Tompkinson tell why. Director/Producer Pip Banyard
With Gavin Esler.
Tony Parsons, Rosie Boycott and Hari Kunzru discuss the latest cultural offerings. Kirsty Wark hosts.
Scintillating crime thriller directed by John Huston , starring Sterling Hayden and Louis Calhern. Brilliant criminal Doc Erwin Riedenschneider is released from jail, where he has devised the perfect crime - but can he activate it? Review page 52. (1950, PG) (BW)
Fastest Man on Water. 4 January 1967: Donald Campbell 's ill-fated attempt on the water-speed record in Bluebird.
Director Matthew Whiteman
Followed by The Witness
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Harlem in the 60s 43036 2.30 Open Advice A
Meeting of Minds 22543 3.00 Deafblind Education in Russia 53388 3.30 Playing Safe 46123 4.00 At the Local 34388 4.30 Music and Place In Tune with America 54017 5.00 Renaissance Secrets Mystery of the Marriage 27475 530 Ever Wondered?