The librarian leaves her lunchbox. (R) (S) (SL)
Then Diddy Dick and Dom
Followed by Newsround
Bitzer the dog falls in love.
Shown yesterday at 3.45pm on BBC1
Behind the scenes of the academy.
The adventures of a scientist.
Art Malik reads Geraldine McCaughrean's retelling of Gulliver's Travels.
Repeats are not indicated
10 30 Razzledazzle (ages 4-5) 7800974
10.50 Words and Pictures (ages 4-6)
11.00 Starship (ages 6-7) 7793326
11.20 Focus (ages 9-11) 4359603
11.40 See You, See Me (ages 7-9) (S)
Parliamentary proceedings with discussions and interviews. <S)
An expert answers viewers' questions on mortgages.
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The wolves fight for the dominant position in the pack and the giraffes make a meal out of nettles.
Actor Richard Briers takes a culinary trip down memory lane.
Shown yesterday at 6.30pm
Life at a historic castle.
Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
Vanessa Redgrave tells Nigel Slater about her culinary tastes, as well as discussing growing up as part of a family of actors. Recipes include Willow Cottage pie. Repeated next Monday
Charlotte Uhlenbroek watches as three female lemurs struggle to protect their babies during
Madagascar's driest and hottest weather for decades. Producer Mark Flowers ; Series producer Wendy Darke
A wildflower meadow at the bottom of the garden is planned, but Carol Klein feels the addition of a hedge is needed to conceal a compost heap.
Director Tom Weston ; Series producer Mel Spaiton
Digital viewers can access Scrum Five's live coverage of the under 20s match between Wales and England from 7.30-9.30pm
10/10. It's deep winter and staff are preparing for the future. Four new oaks are planted and coppiced hazel turns field dividers into hedges where wildlife can flourish. Director Brian Stanley ; Series producer Deborah Perkin
The team are back at Berryf ields for the new season. Monty begins a new garden that will celebrate some of the famous faces and gardens that have appeared over the 40 years of the programme. Plus Carol's in the Cottage Garden and Joe's growing tropical edibles.
Producer Louise Hampden : Series producer Rosemary Edwards
In March, Britain commemorates 200 years since the abolition of the transatlantic slave trade. William Wilberforce
is synonymous with this event. But who was he and what precisely did he accomplish that made him unique? For the past year, Moira Stuart has been on a personal journey. She has travelled to three continents in a quest to discover the real man who became the nation's icon of principled protest. Director/Producer Gillian Bancroft bbc.co.uk/abolition Hang a Thousand Trees with Ribbons: the Story of Phillis Wheatley is on Radio 2 at 9.15pm: BBC HISTORY MAGAZINE: March issue focuses on the abolition of slavery. Out now, priced E3.60 Slaves to history: paqe 35
Top Gear collides head on with Top of the Pops and Jeremy, Richard and James climb out of the wreckage to make their own version of the iconic chart show. Expect the regular features including the Cool Wall, absurd challenges and fire-breathing reviews to rain down on the pop world.
With Kirsty Wark.
Martha Kearney with the week's cultural highlights.
England v New Zealand and Holland v South Africa in Group C and A respectively. Rptd Sat 5am BBC1
Digital viewers can access Radio Five Live commentary of England v New Zealand, plus statistics and scoreboard. during the match
The Inside Story: page
The Apple. Kirk comes across a paradise world where the natives live for ever.
1.30 The Changeling. A UFO gliding through outer space threatens the Enterprise.
Malcolm's Job. Malcolm gets a job working with Lois.