The team takes a look at issues surrounding credit cards.
Presented by Adam Shaw and Gillian Lacey-Solymar .
Editor Tracey Hobbs CONTACT: email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.bbc.co.uk/workinglunch
Time to find out which northern chef will take the last place in next week's final. Marcus Wareing and Mark Broadbent whisk into action and cook their entire menus for the judges. Repeated tomorrow on BBC1
Bingo is played by three million weekly, but the smoking ban could devastate the industry. Max Flint of The Money Programme investigates the impact in Scotland where the ban is already in force.
Producer Dan Trelford ; Editor Clive Edwards
Wicken Fen. Bill has to go on a detective hunt for beetles, a stingless nettle, moths, dragonflies and rare orchids in one of Britain's oldest nature reserves. Producer Stephen Moss ; Exec producer Fiona Pitcher
Get down and dirty as the gang dig in at Berryfields. It's all about colour as Monty and Sarah plant up the green garden with foliage, flowers and texture, while Joe injects some structure and seasonal colour into the dry garden and Carol plans for hot summer purples and oranges among her seeds and cuttings. Producer Louise Hampden ; Series producer Rosemary Edwards
5/5. Timewatch celebrates its 25th anniversary with a return to the family that featured in its first programme, the Windsors. The coronation of Queen Elizabeth II on 2 June 1953 was the greatest spectacle ever staged in Britain. Told by the people who watched, shaped and recorded it, this is a chance to go backstage to celebrate the "People's Coronation". A new series begins in the autumn. Producer James Hayes : Editor John Farren
Repeated with signing next Tuesday on BBC1 BBC History magazine has an article on Timewatch's 25th anniversary and the coronation in its May issue. Out now, priced E3.60
2/8; series two. Who Were They? On the trail of some real people whose names have been immortalised in the English language, including Gordon Bennett.
Director/Producer Steve Finnigan Repeated next Monday
3/6. Performances by high priestess of punk Patti Smith , blue-eyed blues and soul from Joe Cocker and Simply Red. Plus new boys the Cribs and Cold War Kids.
Director Janet Fraser Crook ; Series producer Alison Howe (HD) Phill Jupitus on Patti Smith : page 36
Contemporary interpretation of Shakespeare's tragedy Othello, starring Mekhi Phifer, Josh Hartnett and Julia Stiles. Odin is a basketball hero and dating a beautiful girl. But his bitter best friend Hugo sets him up for a horrific fall. Review page 53. Director Tim Blake Nelson (2001, 15) This Week's Premieres: page 41
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