Presented by Adam Shaw and Paddy O'Connell, with viewers' questions on insurance answered by Tony Reed. Submit questions via email: email@example.com; or via www.bbc.co.uk/workinglunch. Editor Tracey Hobbs
Live coverage from the Indoor Open competition in Sheffield, where the two-set quarter-finals reach their climax. Title holder Greg Harlow will expect to be in contention, but he faces some tough opposition, including former winners Andy Thomson, David Gourlay and Ian Bond. David Corkill commentates. Also live online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport
2/10. Will the jaw-dropping $3 billion cost involved in developing Microsoft's new Xbox games console prove cash well spent? The Money Programme investigates. Producer Charles Miller ; Executive producer Clive Edwards
12/12. August: the culmination of the experiment in 17th-century farming is the wheat harvest, and everyone has to lend a hand. Owen Teale narrates.
Producer Peter Sommer ; Series producer David Upshal
3/8. Diarmuid Gavin attempts to bring his rebellious students back into line with strict lessons in design and inspiration from the gardens of Beth Chatto.
Series producer Richard Trayler-Smith GARDENS ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE: Â£3.85, monthly
How has the garden at Berryfields fared over the last 12 months? Monty and the team make an assessment. Plus how to plant spring green tulips.
Producer Andy Vernon ; Series producer Sarah Moors BBC GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: Â£2.95, monthly Ask Alan Titchmarsh : page 34
1/4. In 1605 a group of angry young Catholic men decided to wipe out the monarchy and government by blowing up the Houses of Parliament. To mark the 400th anniversary of the infamous Gunpowder Plot, Timewatch attempts to establish why the conspirators had became so radicalised under the reign of King James I and assesses just how close the plotters came to achieving their aims. Producer Michael Wadding ; Executive producer John Farren
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The Gunpowder Women is on Radio 4 Monday-Friday at 10.45am
How to blow up Parliament: p12; Whisker watch: p67
6/12. Bill Bailey, Rory McGrath, Phill Jupitus and Alan Davies ponder cockneys, catfish and coal. Stephen Fry hosts. The next edition is at 10.30pm on BBC4. Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer John Lloyd
Shown last Friday on BBC4
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Waiting Their Turn Minorities in a Democracy 16124
2.30 Art: a Question of Style 35259
3.00 Classical and Romantic Music Putting on the Style 42414
3.30 What Is Religion?
4.00 Looking for Hinduism in Calcutta
4.30 From Here to Modernity 43143
5.00 Lie of the Land Three Revolutions in Mapping
5.30 Ever Wondered?
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