More spring reports from the team.
More cartoon fun. (R) (S)
A look at how fashion can be cheap and green.
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Tracy is forced to share her room with a new arrival.
Children's comedy starring Michael Angarano.
When Matt Tyler decides his father spends too much time at work, he takes over the company and launches his own venture that changes his family's lives for ever. Review page 52.
Director Blair Treu (2000)
A drilling company finds itself in too deep when they lay pipes under the Munster household.
War Machyne. The birth of the Royal Navy and the secret service.
Business issues introduced by Adam Shaw.
Scouring the Mediterranean flea markets of Antibes.
14/20. Katie finds a new market for the school, and a visiting chef fails to impress.
Among the treasures up for the vote is a rare copy of the first Sherlock Holmes story. See
Monday for voting details.
With chefs Ross Burden and Nick Nairn.
More novices take on the quiz colossi.
The final continues as the judges whittle the seven main course dishes down to three, before the public votes for the one they feel is best suited to the Queen's table on her 80th birthday.
5/6. The 1950s are seen as a golden age of good neighbourliness, when people were closer and trusted each other more. Mark Easton looks at what can be done to make today's society more cohesive, and explains why, of all things, the Olympics may have the answer to happiness.
Series producer Mike Rudin Exec producer Fiona Stourton Test your happiness at www.bbc.co.uk/happinessformula
5/5. Does Europe Have Too Much Power? Concluding his European journey, Tim Samuels asks if the EU has taken too much power from national governments, and travels to Brussels and Strasbourg in the heart of Euroland to find out who is really running the show. Series producer Will Daws : Executive producer Karen O'Connor
Revised repeat from BBC4
Bill Oddie , Kate Humble and Simon King have the latest live reports on the animal and bird families struggling to survive at that critical time of year, the climax of spring.
Repeated at 7pm tomorrow on BBC4 and for the next 24 hours at www.bbc.co.uk/springwatch
3/3. The End of the Street. It's 1987 and Thatcher has been returned to power once again. Political scandal engulfs the Fedden house and revelations about Nick force a confrontation with family members as Andrew Davies 's dramatisation of Alan
Hollinghurst's 2004 Booker Prize-winning novel concludes. With strong language and sexual scenes.
Producer Kate Lewis ; Director Saul Dibb
Random fireworks displays and 19-year-old girls may be heaven to some, but they top the list of DJ
Sara Cox 's pet hates, as host Paul Merton discovers. Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Victoria Payne
With Jeremy Paxman.
Artists including Antony Gormley and Rachel Whiteread join scientists on an Arctic expedition to Spitsbergen island to study global warming. There they witness the stark beauty endangered by the threat of irreversible climate change.
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