Milton tells hot and cold stories.
Followed by Fimbly Songtime
Quiz where the answers fall between one and 99.
Tracy resolves to win a treasure hunt.
Curtis shows off his Irish dancing steps.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Mr Tumble looks after a toy baby.
Katy Pottage's doll goes missing.
Repeats are not indicated
10.30 Pathways of Belief (ages 7-9)
11.00 Hands Up! (ages 9-11) Four episodes.
Presented by Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.
Repeats are not indicated
1.00 Watch (ages 5-7)
1.15 Something Special (ages 4-7)
Vultures arrive at the park.
Nadia Sawalha meets a couple who moved to Alicante.
Series producer Mark Leslie Executive producer Mark Rubens
Melissa Porter goes house hunting in east Devon.
The team visits the university town of Cambridge.
More culinary creations are whipped up. (RXS)
Quiz show hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
Series producer Rob Dean ; Executive producers Mike Beale ,
Andy Culpin and David Young Take on the Eggheads: page
The seven regional champions convene to prepare their starters in the final week of cook-offs, which will decide whose dishes will be served at a banquet hosted by the British Ambassador to France.
Series producer Gary Broadhurst ; Exec producer Nicola Moody
2/6. Daily Life. The summer brings a fresh set of challenges for the cathedral, including flooding.
Director Launa Kennett ; Exec producer Colin Cameron
Saba Douglas-Hamilton heads to the Arctic in search of two female polar bears featured in David Attenborough 's Life of Mammals. Last time viewers saw the animals they were on the brink of starvation and Saba is eager to discover whether their condition has improved.
Producer Roger Webb ; Editor Fiona Pitcher
Alan Titchmarsh and Joe Swift take a look at this year's medal contenders, including David Austin who has been bringing his world-famous roses to the show for the last 25 years. Coverage continues tomorrow on BBC1 at 12.30pm. (HD)
Digital viewers can watch in-depth tours of five show gardens from 12.30pm today, and satellite and cable viewers can also watch Carol Klein and Chris Beardshaw 's personal tours of the show from 7pm tonight, plus a chance to watch the main programme again
Flower power: page 30; Perfect penstemons: page 32
2/3. The Battle of Trafalgar Square. Tim Samuels follows a group of former soldiers who have formed a platoon in order to fight for better treatment for ex-servicemen. Their number includes a Falklands amputee, waiting months in agony for an operation, and a Gurkha forced to live on handouts. The group plan to invade Trafalgar Square and erect a statue to honour the nation's abandoned war heroes.
Director/Producer Kate Townsend
6/6. The Cafe Polski man says: "I love you", the Fat Kids just say "no" and some very familiar faces say "calm down, calm down". With Morwenna Banks.
Director Tristram Shapeero ; Producer Phil Bowker
Shown last Friday on BBC1
Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
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Russian maestro Mstislav Rostropovich , cellist, conductor and humanitarian, died in April after 80 years of devotion to music. Rostropovich himself, family and friends reflect on his remarkable life, and the film ends with a classic performance of the third movement of Dvorak's Cello Concerto. (5)
2/8; series two. On the trail of some real people whose names have been immortalised in the English language, including Gordon Bennett and Fanny Adams.
Shown last Friday www.bbc.co.uk/balderdash
Languages and Travel Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Real Chinese Ten episodes. With in-vision subtitles.
4162804.30 Ma France 1 With in-vision subtitles.
5.30 Talk the Talk: Compilation