Jelly imagines owning jewels. (R) (S) (SL)
Number Six is sent on a mission.
Jake, Ortis and Lizzie hunt for the strangest thing in the UK.
Followed by Diddy Dick & Dom
A suit of armour comes to life.
Followed by Roar (Revised rpt)
Herman wins free membership to an exclusive club. (BW)
Thousands of bagpipes have been stolen, but why?
Presented by Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott.
Presented by Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.
The gorillas get a slap-up vegetable feast. With Ben Fogle.
Chris Packham visits East Anglia and Lancashire.
Melissa Porter helps a property developer from Manchester look for a house worth £1 million in Staffordshire.
Paul Martin visits one of the UK's most famous boxing clubs, and joins Mark Stacey and Catherine Southon to value antiques in Watford.
Nick Nairn and Gino D'Acampo join Ainsley Harriott.
Chris Packham presents a guide to the UK's wildlife hotspots during different seasons. RT DIRECT: to pre-order the accompanying hardback book
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Cooking at Smollensky's Bar and Grill.
6/6. Food. The ongoing battle between sugar and vegetables and who's getting the best packed lunches feature in tonight's look at the obsessive approach of middle-class parents to food. Are mums and dads who view mealtimes with a sense of dread getting their just "desserts"?
Director Ian Denyer ; Executive producers Madonna Benjamin and Alexandra Fraser
1/8. An insight into Britain's biggest sleep centre, the clinic at Papworth Hospital in Cambridge, which sees over 3,000 cases a year. See yesterday's choice.
Shown yesterday at 10.35pm on BBC1
Can the butchers at London's famous Smithfield market tell the difference between organic beef and non-organic meat from the supermarket shelf? Another episode is on Thursday at 7.30pm.
Director/Producer David Pritchard
6/6. Brain. Tonight the doctor looks into how the brain can be tricked into seeing illusions and the improvement of memory through training. She learns more about the brain's remarkable powers by meeting world memory champion Dominic O'Brien. Director/Producer Sally Weale Rptd Thursday at 7pm
New series 1/3. The New Leader Michael Cockerell tells the inside story of Prime Minister Tony Blair after a decade of New Labour rule, starting with the first term from 1997 to 2001. Blair came to power with a landslide victory after 18 years of Tory leadership, promising to transform Britain with a government that was whiter than white. But how successful were his policies? Candid interviews with Downing Street insiders, colleagues and rivals cast revealing new light on the key events of the time.
Producers Adam Grimley and Diana Martin
6/8. A member of the care team confronts death for the first time and the fundraising team stage a musical. Meanwhile, 21-year-old Richard loses strength and co-ordination after being diagnosed with a brain tumour Producer Harriet Scott ; Series producer Geoffrey Smith
Signed at 1.55am on BBC1
With Emily Maitlis.
6/6. Tony Super Energy. Tony Chadwick calls himself a healer and uses strange homemade props such as a crown of thorns to cure infertility. Tonight's film follows his attempts to drum up some custom.
Director Danny Horan ; Series producer Rachel Bell
The headmaster relocates to the Isles of Scilly.
Director/Producer Nigel Farrell
Schools Repeats not indicated.
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4.00 Revisewise Challenge at Home: English