Jelly and Jackson tidy up.
Rock seeks revenge on Astro.
Then Diddy Dick & Dom
Followed by Newsround
Who will win the prize for this week's weirdest wonder?
Shown yesterday at 3.45pm on BBC1
Mr Tumble's aunties visit. (R) (S) (SL)
Nadine Marshall tells the classic fairy tale Jack and the Beanstalk.
(Repeats are not indicated)
10.50 Words and Pictures
11.40 See You, See Me
Parliamentary proceedings with discussions and interviews.
Viewers' questions on technology are answered.
Presented by Adam Shaw and Paddy O'Connell. ..
Editor Tracey Hobbs
CONTACT: email firstname.lastname@example.org orvisitwww.bbc.co.uk/workinglunch
A Bognor family has a narrow escape when a car smashes into their home.
Daily magazine following life at a historic castle.
Experts James Lewis and Thomas Plant value antiques for auction in Harrogate.
Award-winning sausage makers are the contestants.
Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
At the climax of semi-final week the four contestants have to cook a two-course meal for restaurant critics Charles Campion and Kate Spicer. as well as the winner of the MasterChef amateur critic competition. Repeated next Sunday
Men are the great untapped market for the UK's E5 billion health and dieting industry. In the face of a growing obesity problem, The Money Programme's Libby Potter investigates the efforts of big companies to market diet products to men.
Producer Terry Messenger ; Editor Clive Edwards
Carol Klein visits John Langford , who is building a desert garden with a painted skyspace backdrop, and Susie Dingwall , who's planting up an imposing yellow and blue front border in her traditional garden. Director Tom Weston ; Series producer Mel Spalton
The working and pastoral dogs take centre stage as Clare Balding , Ben Fogle and Matt Baker present coverage from day two. There's news from around the breed rings and a report on how the Heelwork to
Music competition is hotting up. Viewers can vote for their favourite dog in the Kennel Club Friends for
Life competition. Coverage of the terrier and hound groups is tomorrow. See yesterday's choice.
Digital viewers can press red at the end of the programme to watch the group judging in full - with analysis and explanation from the resident experts
3/3. Wyatt Earp is regarded as one of the great heroes of the Wild West, but he was considered more as a villain after the infamous 30-second gunfight in Arizona when he was arrested and tried for murder.
Liam Cunningham plays the role of Earp in this drama documentary that tells the story of that frantic half-minute and the simmering tensions of the day before.
(Signed repeat next Monday on BBC1)
4/4. Design. Cutting-edge corkscrews, coffee pots, handbags.... These days it's de rigueur to purchase personal effects with swanky branding and exorbitant prices. Jenny Eclair , Nigel Havers and Germaine Greer are among those bemoaning the trend.
Series producer Judith Holder ; Executive producer Stuart Prebble Repeated next Wednesday
With Kirsty Wark.
Discussion of the week's cultural highlights.
Series producer Tanya Hudson
The Leeds indie rockers in performance. Director Phil Heyes : Producer Sally Wood
First shown on BBC3
Lifeboat. Parker goes on the hunt for a Roswell alien which has escaped.
First shown on Bravo
Who Mourns for Adonais?
Kirk has a hair-raising encounter with a Greek god.
1.55 Amok Time
The usually rational Mr Spock begins to behave out of character.
Reese. Malcolm uses Reese as the subject of his school experiment.