The gang do their washing.
Followed by Diddy Dick & Dom (S)
This week's weirdest wonder.
Mr Tumble tries to get to sleep.
Daniela Nardini reads Wendy Blaxland's The Princess and the Unicorn.
(Repeats are not indicated)
10.50 Words and Pictures
(ages 6-7) (S)
11.40 See You, See Me
Parliamentary proceedings with discussions and interviews. (S)
Beccy Boden Wilkes from National Debtline answers viewers' questions about debt. With
Adam Shaw and Paddy O'Connell. Editor Tracey Hobbs CONTACT: email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.bbc.co.uk/workinglunch
Gower Peninsula and Dylan Thomass Laugharne. (Revised Rpt)
- The delights of a Heron Happy
Hour in the Lake District
A Bristol couple wanting to downsize to Somerset.
Paul Martin meets people in Lincoln. (Revised Rpt)
Chefs James Martin and Phil Vickery cross spatulas.
Live coverage of the opening day of the European Indoor championships from the National Indoor
Arena in Birmingham. The timetable is: 5.00 men's shot put final: 5.25 women's 1500m first round:
5.45 women's 400m semi-final; 6.05 men's 400m semi-final; 6.20 women's 60m hurdles final; 6.30 men's 60m hurdles final; and 6.40 women's pentathlon 800m. With Hazel Irvine and Colin Jackson Producer Helen Kuttner ; Exec producer Martin Webster digital viewers can access live coverage 9.25am-K.20pm and .40-5.00pm Also online at www.bbc.co.uk (UK only) i ne Inside Story: page
The Money Programme investigates the spiralling cost of raising a child, currently an estimated
E180,000 by the age of 21. Max Flint examines the social costs to parents who must foot the bill.
Producer Marianne Lueck ; Editor Clive Edwards
Three high-pressure tests stand between today's four quarter-finalists and a place in the semis: designing a three-course meal; displaying their knowledge of ingredients; and convincing the judges of their commitment to becoming top chefs.
Repeated next Sunday
9/10. It's early autumn and horticulture diploma student Thea Pitcher finds out whether the vegetables she planted by the phases of the Moon are bigger than the ones planted conventionally. The series concludes in two weeks' time.
Producer Tom Sheahan ; Series producer Deborah Perkin
Allotments. Monty Don explores the revival of enthusiasm for the British allotment, and asks why the number of plots is shrinking when demand is on the increase. Director Mark Scott ; Series producer Rosemary Edwards
2/3. By the time he died at the age of 21, Billy the Kid had killed six men and was America's most wanted man. But was he in fact the victim of an incredible injustice? This drama documentary examines the evidence and hears from the current state governor. Director Tim Robinson ; Executive producer John Farren
Signed repeat next Monday on BBC1
3/4. Art. Everything you need to know about looking and sounding the part in art's finest circles. Vic Reeves , Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen , Jenny Eclair and Nigel Havers are among those contributing.
Series producer Judith Holder ; Executive producer Stuart Prebble Repeated next Saturday
With Kirsty Wark.
Discussion of the week's cultural highlights.
David Cronenberg 's futuristic drama starring
Jennifer Jason Leigh and Jude Law. The designer of a computer game is hunted by an anti-games assassin and flees with her lover. Review page 58. (1999,15)
City on the Edge of Forever. Kirk and Spock are on Earth during the 1930s. <R)
2.00 Operation Annihilate. Kirk tries to stop the chaos on a planet engulfed by mass insanity.
Malcolm goes to a boozy party.