Game show from Southampton.
Everyone rushes to get the visitor centre ready.
Tina hears noises while she is driving.
Mr Tumble goes travelling.
Lenny Henry reads Roald Dahl's tale of a greedy crocodile.
Sophie Okonedo tells the tale of the Gaskitt family, their cats and a strange teacher.
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10.50 Words and Pictures
11.40 Around Scotland
Presented by Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott.
Experts answer viewers' questions about pensions. Presented by Adam Shaw and Paddy O'Connell. Editor TraceyHobbs CONTACT: email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.bbc.co.uk/workinglunch
Highlights from last night's quarter-finals at the Lakeside
Country Club. These clashes last year resulted in victories for two Englishmen and two from the Netherlands - Shaun Greatbatch , Martin Adams , Raymond van Barneveld
and eventual winner Jelle Klaasen. Commentary by Tony Green , David Croft and John Part. Ray Stubbs and Bobby George present Also online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport (UK only) 0 Digital viewers can watch uninterrupted live coverage from Frimley Green between 6pm and the end of play
Live last-eight action from Frimley Green, with matches played out over the best of nine sets. At this stage last year, eventual winner Jelle Klaasen lost a 4-1 lead before finally edging out England's Paul Hogan 5-4. Ray Stubbs hosts with Bobby George. Also live online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport (UK only)
0 Digital viewers can watch uninterrupted live coverage from
Frimley Green between 6pm and the end of play
8/8. With power coming courtesy of the water wheel and wind turbine, food from the garden and heat from the solar tubes, a composting loo is the final piece of the Strawbridge family's self-sufficient jigsaw. But will anyone actually use it?
Producer Johnny Young ; Series producer Lynn Barlow
2/10. The behind-the-scenes look at the Royal
Botanic Gardens continues with the search by a plant hunter in the mountains of western China for an iris that possesses antiseptic properties. Plus the malodorous business of repotting the largest corm in the world. Narrated by Alan Titchmarsh.
Producer Tom Sheahan : Series producer Deborah Perkin
2/6. Carol Klein experiments with root vegetables before embarking on a wild parsnip safari and taking first-time grower Louise to a seed swap. Meanwhile, at the Horticultural Society's Harlow Carr garden, the cultivators get to grips with their patch.
Series producer Juliet Glaves ; Exec producer Sarah Moors
2/6. By 1966, the Beatles had played over 1400 gigs and sold 200 million records. However, at the height of their popularity - and without warning - the Fab Four decided they would never tour again. Previously unseen archive footage plus interviews with those who accompanied the band on tour tell the inside story of Beatlemania, from death threats and plane crashes to diplomatic wrangles and, ultimately, disillusionment. Narrated by Michael Praed.
Producer Chris Wilson ; Editor John Farren
Nicholas Crane discovers the mystery and tragedy behind shipwreck stories as he visits the Cornish coastline, including tales of cargo looting.
2/6. American illusionist David Blaine , personalised number plates and even his own appetite are comedian and satirist Marcus Brigstocke 's targets for immediate Orwellian oblivion. But will gatekeeper Paul Merton allow them through? Director Geraldine Dowd ; Series producer Chris Curley
With Martha Kearney.
Kirsty Wark and guests discuss and dissect the cultural highlights and low points of the past seven days.
Series producer Tanya Hudson
Action from the MCG in Melbourne as Australia and England clash in the opening game of the Tri-Nations series. Introduced by Manish Bhasin.
Producer Matthew Coliandris ; Editor Mark Coie 0 Digital viewers can watch extended highlights from the one-day cricket international between 9.55pm and 12 midnight
Highlights of tonight's final two quarter-finals. Ray Stubbs introduces.
The best of the action from today's quarter-final matches.