Disney family comedy starring Dean Jones. Lawyer
Wilby Daniels is in the running for district attorney, but his plans suffer a set back when he discovers an ancient ring that changes him into a large sheepdog. Review page 52.
Director Robert Stevenson 0976, U)
How has Adam Shaw fared with his financial spread betting? Plus a financial expert answers viewers' questions on pensions.
Editor Tracey Hobbs CONTACT: email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.bbc.co.uk/workinglunch
3/4. Castle Crag. Julia Bradbury finds herself in Britain's wettest vale, the Borrowdale Valley, as she sets out to climb to the summit of Castle Crag.
The series concludes in three weeks' time.
Director Lizzie Wingham ; Executive producer Eric Harwood
First shown on BBC4
5/6. Christine and Reg have decided to enter their tomatoes into a local Summer Show. The two titans go head to head to see who will be King of the Toms. Series producer Rupert Miles ; Exec producer Sarah Moors
Monty gets on with his spring gardening tasks in the vegetable garden and special guest Raymond Blanc gives a tour of his vegetable garden at Le Manoir aux Ouatre Saisons. Carol is paying an extended visit to the Cottage Garden and Joe explores some new plants to use as ground cover underneath shrubs. Producer Louise Hampden ; Series producer Rosemary Edwards GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: the April issue looks at 40 years of the programme. Out now, priced E3.20.
Alan Titchmarsh solves your gardening problems: page 28
2/5. New evidence from the island of Crete suggests that Europe's first great civilisation, the Minoans, was destroyed by a cataclysmic natural disaster.
Was the terrible fate of the Minoans the source of Plato's story of Atlantis? A team of archaeologists and scientists scour Crete for conclusive evidence.
Producer Harvey Lilley ; Editor John Farren
Repeated with signing next Tuesday on BBC1
The cheerful topic of death is among tonight's subjects for panellists Alan Davies , Sean Lock , Andy Parsons and Clive Anderson , while Stephen Fry elucidates.
Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer John Lloyd
The Canadian art-rockers are notoriously reluctant to give interviews, but Lauren Laverne meets front man Win Butler and his brother Will. Plus there's an exclusive acoustic performance of the title track from the new album Neon Bible and a cover of Guns of Brixton.
Director Jack Cocker ; Producer Pat Connor
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