The gang runs short of ideas.
Nursery rhymes and songs.
Don Gilet reads The Great Tug of War by Beverley Naidoo.
Toast art and gnomes galore.
Followed by Diddy Dick & Dom
Lizzie gets her first boyfriend.
Ling faces a dilemma.
Followed by Roar (Revised Rpt)
The feline feigns illness when he falls in love with a nurse.
The family's bank manager falls for Marilyn. (BW)
A giant chicken causes fear on the streets of London.
Parliamentary proceedings interspersed with discussions and interviews.
Adam Shaw and Paddy O'Connell will be getting the answers to viewers' questions about setting up a small business.
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The keepers await the birth of a rare species. (RXS)
A couple move from Cardiff to the Welsh valleys. (RXS)
Paul Martin meets people in Reading trying to make money at auction.
With celebrity chefs Lesley Waters and Gino D'Acampo.
Chris Packham visits Thetford Forest, home to colourful woodland birds and Janet Sumner has a close encounter with badgers in Scotland.
Four cooks compete in three high-pressure tests and demonstrate their food knowledge to the judges before one becomes a semi-finalist.
Libby Potter and The Money Programme team meet Britons who have taken advantage of cheap air travel, flexible working and communication technology to live abroad and commute to their jobs in the UK.
6/6. The novice farmer moves into a delapidated farm. Series producer Henry Wilks ; Exec producer Philip Dolling OLIVE MAGAZINE: the March issue spends 24 hours with Jimmy Doherty. On sale now, priced E3.10
8/10. It's late summer at Kew's sister garden
Wakehurst Place, where Steve Robinson is trying to increase the wildlife in his ancient meadow by reintroducing sheep instead of lawnmowers.
Producer Emma Bowen ; Series producer Deborah Perkin
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Winter Garden Beauty. Carol Klein celebrates the garden in winter at RHS Rosemoor in Devon, admiring its plantings with curator Christopher Bailes and travels to meet growers and breeders around the country who specialise in sumptuous seasonal blooms. Director Andy Vernon ; Series producer Rosemary Edwards Alan Titchmarsh 's gardening tips: p30; bulbs offer: p34
New series 1/3. Was General George Armstrong
Custer's famous battle at Little Big Horn in 1876 simply a reckless gesture that cost the lives of 366 of the 7th Cavalry? This dramatised documentary points to new historical research which shows that Custer had a simple plan that almost worked. With Toby Stephens. Writer Colin Swash ; Director David Stewart
Executive producer John Farren Heroes or villains: page 26; The Inside Story: page
2/4. Fashion. Contributors including Jenny Eclair.
Zandra Rhodes , Nigel Havers , Tara Palmer-Tomkinson , Wayne Hemingway and fashion historian
Dennis Nothdruft attempt to demystify the world of fashion. Series producer Judith Holder. Exec producer Stuart Prebble
With Kirsty Wark. (5)
Discussion of the week's cultural highlights.
Blackly comic horror about the making of silent classic Nosferatu, starring John Malkovich and Willem Dafoe. The strange behaviour of an actor soon calls into question whether he is merely acting the part of a vampire. Review paqe 56.
Director E Elias Merhige (2000, 15)
Errand of Mercy. Kirk is trapped by a Klingon invasion. <s)
1.50 The Alternative Factor. A magnetic force-field causes a distortion in space.
Goodbye Kitty. Stevie is jubilant about his mother's return.