Milton makes strange noises.
Followed by Fimbly Songtime
The numerical quiz hosted by Reggie Yates.
A new arrival upsets Tracy. (R)
A choir sing in a large glass house.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Meera and Sarah perform an Indian dance.
4/4. Arthur: the Once and Future King. Michael Wood investigates the legend of King Arthur. Director Jeremy Jeffs ; Producer
With Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott.
An appeal on behalf of Mildmay Mission Hospital.
For donation details see Sunday BBC1 at 4.25pm
In search of the ultimate water feature.
With Adam Shaw and Nik Wood www.bbc.co.uk/workinglunch
Opening a fish and chip shop on the Costa del Sol.
A couple seek a suitable property in Dorset.
Ross Burden and James Tanner cook against the clock,
Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
The competition to represent the North reaches the main course stage, with Mark Broadbent serving up a plate of aged mutton, while Marcus Wareing goes for belly and loin of pork.
2/5. On the Brandwagon. The cultural commentator casts a withering eye over the penchant of city authorities for incorporating "landmark" buildings - such as Frank Gehry 's Guggenheim museum in Bilbao - in the schemes for urban regeneration.
Director Colin Murray ; Producer Martha Wailes
Nicholas Crane explores Sefton Sands and the surrounding mudflats of the Mersey estuary. Series producer Steve Evanson ; Series editor Gill Tierney
6/6. Barn Dance. Neneh Cherry and Andi Oliver head to Peterborough to cater at a friend's housewarming. While the girls prepare a feast featuring jerk chicken and fish, sweet potatoes, and lamb ribs soaked in cola, mixologist friend Grant is charged with blending the perfect cocktail to get the party going. Series director Mike Matthews
Series producer Kaye Godleman
6/6. James Martin is joined at home by assistant Will Torrent to demonstrate the skills reguired for home baking. The celebrity chef also organises a cake-baking contest between a scientific cook and a traditional one, and investigates whether today's designer eggs can enhance your desserts.
Producer Emma Robertson ; Series producer David Vallance
7/11. The Bloodhound and the Beardie. Dogs have been carefully bred for centuries as working animals, but when kept as pets their instincts to hunt, guard and retrieve can often cause behavioural problems. The programme follows a bloodhound and a bearded collie living in a rescue centre, as professional trainers teach them to do the jobs they were bred for, hoping that sniffing out criminals and herding sheep will give them a second chance at life.
Director/Producer Karen Walsh Rptd next Sunday
Cameraman and Mull native
Gordon Buchanan revisits the island to see for himself the thriving community of white-tailed sea eagles that has established itself there.
Producer Gavin Boyland; Exec producer Vyv Simson
8/12. Adrian Chiles plays host as DJ and trainer collector Trevor Nelson , brewing magnate Lord Karan Bilimoria , and journalist India Knight cross-examine the candidate expelled from this evening's show.
Producer Sarah Rose ; Executive producer Michele Kurland
Presented by Gavin Esler.
Tim Lott presents a humorous look at Britain's social landscape, looking at the changing preoccupations and desires of the people who make up the middle classes. Director Steve Bowles
Schools Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Science In Action Physical Processes
4.00 Science in Action Light, Sound and Measurement