Where cameras come from, and where they will end up.
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Digital viewers can relive the highs, and lows, of the May editions of the show
The cub is accused of being selfish.
Top tips from the experts.
Percy Pilcher 's Flying Machine
Experts reconstruct an aeroplane which could have led to an Englishman being the first person to fly.
EastEnder June Brown appeals on behalf of Age Exchange
Shown Sunday 4.50pm BBC1 DONATIONS: CALL FREE ON [number removed]; send cheques to Age Exchange, [address removed]; or give online at age-exchange.org.uk
Shrubs that can survive hostile, and conditions, such as buddleia and grasses. (Revised rpt)
Business issues with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
Scouring flea markets in the French city of Lyon.
The new students on Katie and Giancarlo's cookery course know how to enjoy themselves. But as the number reaches nine, the kitchen is under pressure.
Including a rare portrait, the tale of a prehistoric discovery, the original designs for RMS Titanic - and Freud's couch. Voting details on Monday.
West End musical stars, Laura Michelle Kelly and Gavin Lee , sing for their supper.
More novices take on the quiz colossi.
Chicken is at the top of the agenda for Atul Kochhar who needs it for his tandoori chicken with black lentil sauce. Meanwhile, Gary Rhodes is in Kent tasting beer for his roast duck with crispy duck hash and local beer gravy. Which dish has got what it takes to be a right royal main course? (5)
4/6. Diet and exercise are the key to a long and healthy life it seems. But is happiness itself another vital factor in longevity? Some psychologists believe that cheerful people can even outlive their more miserable counterparts by years. Mark Easton investigates.
Series producer Mike Rudin ; Exec producer Fiona Stourton Test your happiness at www.bbc.co.uk/happinessformula
4/5. Does Europe Make Us Richer? Tim Samuels meets the Prague taxi drivers about to embark on a new life in Darlington, and hears from the former Sicilian mayor who thinks the euro is great news for the Mafia. Series producer Will Daws ; Executive producer Karen O'Connor
Revised repeat from BBC4
The jewel in Chelsea's crown is the Great Pavilion, truly a plant paradise and home to thousands of the world's finest blooms. Exhibitors discuss their passion for flowers and there's one last chance to cast your vote for Britain's Favourite Flower.
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 tonight's programme
2/3. To Whom Do You Beautifully Belong? Nick's affair reaches fever pitch at one of the Fedden's high society parties, as Andrew Davies 's dramatisation of Alan Hollinghurst 's 2004 Booker Prize-winning novel continues. With strong language and sexual scenes.
Producer Kate Lewis ; Director Saul Dibb
Sir Maurice Tipper:
What links magicians and You Are What You Eat's Gillian McKeith ? They're among comedian
Dara O'Briain 's pet hates, as host Paul Merton discovers. Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Victoria Payne
With Jeremy Paxman.
Can someone with a serious inheritable condition produce a perfect baby? Candida Harris explores the emotional and practical dilemmas and investigates the world of reproductive technology.
Schools Repeats not indicated
2.00 Expressive Arts Marsalis on Music Putting theory into practice 25458 4.00 Expressive Arts
Marsalis on Music Comparing musical styles; then Cool Keys Styles and idioms, featuring Jools Holland.