A young accordionist puts Sam and Mark through their paces. Plus, the latest from the camping trip.
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Digital viewers can relive the highs, and lows, of the May editions of the show
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10.30 Meqamaths (ages 7-9) Shape and Space
10.50 Meqamaths (ages 7-9) Fractions
The Mystery of the Miami Circle The ancient site beneath a Miami apartment block that overturned previous theories about the native tribe that once inhabited the area. Another investigation tomorrow 10.40am
Westminster news with Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott.
Business issues with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
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1.00 KS2 Science Clips (ages 9-11) Triple bill.
Robert Cummings and Susan Hayward star in this stylised period drama, based on Henry James 's novel The Aspern Papers. Review page 54.
Director Martin Gatd 0947) (BW)
10/20. A second set of students arrives as Giancarlo heads off for the local donkey derby.
Two historic British icons - the Duke of Wellington and William Blake - go head-to-head. Voting details on Monday. IS)
Tony Tobin and James Tanner cross spatulas. Recipes: Ceefax p560; www.bbc.co.uk/food
Caustic quizzing from firm-but-fair Anne Robinson.
A fresh batch of brainy upstarts challenges the team of general knowledge goliaths.
The South East battle continues as Atul Kochhar and Gary Rhodes move on to the fish course.
Atul opts for sea bass in a coconut milk and ginger sauce with curry leaf potatoes and Gary brings back oysters from Whitstable to go with his buttered turbot with leeks and Whitstable champagne oysters. Cutlery and pan offer: page 36
Raja Khan plans to launch his own English-language Asian TV channel. With a bizarre management style matched only by the likes of David Brent , and faced with looming deadlines and an office of employees with no television experience, Raja has to turn tyrant. Cameras follow the creativity, chaos and conflict on the run-up to the launch of Raj TV as, in desperation, even lunch and tea breaks are banned. Producer/Director Moby Longinotto
It's judgement day for the garden and floral designers as the judges announce the results of this year's show. Plus a profile of the only exhibitor who can't win a medal, and a look at a romantic French garden inspired by Champagne.
Digital viewers can watch three extra streams via the red button until Saturday, including a 30-minute guided tour of four show gardens, Carol Klein 's daily encounters with exhibitors and another chance to see the programme above. Visit www.bbc.co.uk/chelsea for detailed photography, audio and video, a video diary, podcasts and a competition, plus how to vote for your favourite flower and favourite show garden Lavender love affair: page 66
3/4. Back to the Future. Dan Cruickshank examines modernism's often surprising historical roots as he journeys through ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome, and explores the world of medieval Germany, rural Britain during the Reformation, and Renaissance Italy. He shows how modernist monoliths such as the skyscraper have their antecedents in ancient monuments such as the pyramids, and how today's mega-structures can find their parallels in the Gothic cathedral.
Producer Kate Misrahi ; Exec producer Basil Comely 7439 , Living with Modernism follows on BBC4 at 10pm
7/8. The Ellmore Family. Single mum Tracy Ellmore can't control her three-year-old triplets when they go out. But it's even worse when they stay in and go stir-crazy. As their perilous first day at nursery approaches, clinical psychologist Dr Stephen Briers steps in to help Tracy keep charge and the kids under control when they're out and about. Producer Suzy Jaffe ; Series producer Sacha Baveystock
First shown on BBC3
With Jeremy Paxman.
In Milan, Kirsty Wark meets fashion designer Angela Missoni and the barely-clad TV stars the Veline girls, while Simon Davis is in Puglia on the heel of Italy to feast on some of the country's best food.
Producer/Director Alison Field
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Expressive Arts Diverse Music
4.00 Expressive Arts Music File