Followed by Fimbly Songtime
Then Diddy Dick & Dom
Followed by Newsround
Crash loses his temper.
Children train rescue dogs.
Tommy steals Daniel's glory.
Spooky Spoon gets mixed up.
Then CBeebies Birthdays
Mickey John sends his poetry class to sleep.
Max and Karla want to form a band.
Upsy Daisy plays a kissing game.
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11.40 See You, See Me (ages 7-9)
An expert answers viewers' questions on financial matters.
Editor Tracey Hobbs
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5/5. The couple cook again for one of their most unhappy diners.
A Midlands family seek their dream home in Devon. (RXS)
Featuring more homes of the rich and famous.
With the keepers of BBC's
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Brenda Blethyn 's culinary memories.
Servants are no longer the privilege of the super rich. The Money Programme's Libby Potter investigates the boom in businesses that aim to take the strain. Some companies organise every aspect of your life, while others offer staff lifestyle managers. Is it all worth it? Producer Amanda Austen ; Editor Clive Edwards
Janet has a large bog garden that is still under black plastic and needs a lot of planting. She needs Carol Klein 's advice on what to plant in such a wet area. Series producer Mel Spalton ; Executive producers Neil Edwards and Melanie Leach
2/6. It's late spring and a busy time of the year for horticulturalist Christine Walkden. She's been invited to a tomato weekend in the West Country, where she can indulge in her passion for plant spotting.
Series producer Rupert Miles ; Exec producer Sarah Moors
It's time to start planting around the Berryfields pond, which was redone at the end of last year. The winter rains have filled it up and it's time to start establishing new plantings to attract wildlife.
Producer Louise Hampden ; Series producer Rosemary Edwards Perennials offer: page 56
Conspiracy to Murder Shot from behind with a shotgun, 17-year-old Ashley Bowman 's death in July 2004 was the result of an apparently motiveless attack. The award-winning documentary series offering an insight into the criminal justice system follows the Greater Manchester police force's painstaking investigation as they discover that Ashley was killed by members of a small-time drugs gang in a tragic case of mistaken identity. Despite this information, no-one is willing to come forward and give evidence. Can the detectives break through the silence and secure a conviction? Series producer Lynn Barlow ; Exec producer Julian Mercer The Inside Story: page
Guest host Ronnie Corbett questions Paul Merton, Ian Hislop and guests Amanda Donohoe and Tracey Emin.
With Kirsty Wark.
Kirsty Wark with the week's cultural highlights.
Series producer Tanya Hudson
Documentary account of how John Lennon's campaign for peace and his association with left-wing activists brought him into conflict with the Nixon administration in the 1970s. Review page 52. Director David Leaf (2006,12)
Including the men's 4x200m freestyle, with England and Scotland competing.
10/10. The family are forced to make the most difficult decision of their lives.
I, Mudd. An android is programmed to take control of the Enterprise.
Metamorphosis: The crew discovers a missing famous scientist.