Milton gets a surprise.
Then Fimbly Songtime
Razor sharp quiz show in which the answers are all numbers between 1 and 99.
Tracy demands to go on a sleepover.
Pat delivers a strange parcel to Ted.
(Repeats are not indicated)
10.30 BBC Primary History
10.50 BBC Primary Geography
The politician visits the USA and and the Bahamas.
Parliamentary reports. (S)
Business and finance news with Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.
(Repeats are not indicated)
1.00 Pod's Mission
(ages 7-9) Double bill.
Lord Bath attempts a parachute jump. (RHS)
A man who is starting a horse-trekking business. (RXS)
With celebrity panellists
Jeremy Edwards , Eve Pollard and Iwan Thomas.
Paul Martin and the team value antiques in Oxford.
Chefs James Tanner and Phil Vickerystiritup. (RXS)
Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
Michael Caines and Mark Hix continue to battle it out for the chance to represent the South West in the national finals. For the fish course, Michael serves crab and ginger dumplings, while Mark hopes to dazzle with a combination of crab, scallops, lobster and seashore vegetables. Presented by Jennie Bond. (5)
Writer and presenter Dawn Porter embarks on a guest to discover what it takes to get her from a UK size 12 to a US size zero. Despite surviving on just
500 calories per day and participating in a gruelling fitness regime, Dawn discovers she still can't fit into the clothes found in LA's hippest boutigues. In an act of rebellion, she undertakes a series of mischievous stunts as she tries to educate the world's dieters, before discussing the issue with Hilary Riva , chief executive of the British Fashion Council.
Director/Producer Lee Philips First shown on BBC3
6/12. The remaining candidates are charged with sourcing British food in Kent before crossing the Channel to sell it on market stalls in northern
France. Sir Alan is astonished by the results and a shocking revelation is made by two of the candidates. Shown last Wednesday on BBC1
9/9. How to Commit the Perfect Murder. Despite the advances of modern forensic science, is it still possible for someone to outfox the detectives and commit an unsolvable murder? Experts reveal the crucial clues that give away the secrets of a suspicious death, and forensic anthropologist Dr Robert Mann considers whether an icicle which melts away to leave no evidence could be classed as the "perfect" murder weapon. Plus a study of the controversy surrounding ex-KGB operative Alexander Litvinenko , who died in London from radiation poisoning. A new series of Horizon is due in the autumn.
Director/Producer Nicola Cook Focus magazine has a seven-page article on forensic science in its June issue. On sale 10 May. priced E3.40
RT survey - vote for your chance to win a high-definition television at www.radiotimes.com/watching
Since the Roman Catholic Church reduced the number of miracles required for sainthood from four to two, new saints have been canonised. Despite this, the French pilgrimage site of Lourdes has only had 67 miracles recognised in the last 150 years. This programme discovers how the Church introduced a new sub-miracle category to boost numbers, and follows three individuals on their search for a miracle. Director Jane Sayers ; Producer Rachel Wright
With Jeremy Paxman.
How the reduced influence of religion on today's children means that traditional milestones are being replaced by a new set of customs. Narrated by James Bolam. Director Tom Cholmondeley : Exec producer Michael Poole
Wedding Rites - in Sickness and in Health is tomorrow at 11.20pm
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 English File Death of a Salesman
4.30 The Merchant of Venice