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: CBeebies: The Story Makers

Milton has a new haircut.
Followed by Fimbly Songtime

: CBBC: Arthur

: CBBC: ChuckleVision

Followed by Newsround

: CBBC: Get 100

Reggie Yates hosts the razor sharp quiz show.

Contributors

Presenter: Reggie Yates

: CBBC: The Story of Tracy Beaker

A care worker causes mayhem.

Contributors

Writer: Othniel Smith

: CBeebies: Take a Bow

A children's choir sing by a canal in Birmingham.

: CBeebies: Come Outside

Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

: CBeebies: Something Special

Mr Tumble calls a doctor for Dolly.

: CBeebies: Postman Pat

The postie decides to go on a picnic.

: Schools programmes

(Repeats are not indicated)

10.30 BBC Primary History
(ages 7-11)

10.50 Primary Geography
(ages 7-11)

: Churchill's Bodyguard

A Nazi plot to assassinate Churchill is thwarted.

: The Daily Politics

Parliamentary reports.

: Working Lunch

Business and financial news with Adam Shaw and Nik Wood. (S)

Contributors

Presenter: Adam Shaw
Presenter: Nik Wood

: Schools programmes

(Repeats are not indicated)

1.00 Pod's Mission
(ages 8-9) Double bill.

: Animal Park

Complications develop as a deer gives birth.
(Revised rpt)

: Living in the Sun

A couple who are trying to set up a speedway track in Spain.

: Escape to the Country

A couple look to move from Milton Keynes to Shropshire.

: Flog It!

From Wrexham.
(R) (S)

: Ready Steady Cook

Chefs Brian Turner and Paul Rankin mix it up.
(R) (S)

Contributors

Chef: Brian Turner
Chef: Paul Rankin

: Weakest Link

Caustic quiz. (S)

: Eggheads

Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.

Contributors

Presenter: Dermot Murnaghan

: Great British Menu

The seven regional champions re-create their fish courses to present to the panel of judges, hoping their dishes will be chosen for the banquet in Paris.

: The Apprentice

8/12. The remaining candidates are charged with the task of creating a new brand of trainer, complete with name and logo, as well as a poster and TV advertisement with which to launch their product. To help them, Sir Alan has procured the services of one of the country's top advertising agencies. But that won't stop another candidate from being shown the door. Shown last Wednesday on BBC1 Bafta nominations special: page 58

: RHS Chelsea Flower Show

Highlights from the opening day of the world's most famous flower show, in which the grounds of Chelsea's Royal Hospital are transformed into breathtaking show gardens. The five-day event also boasts a series of smaller displays that act as a platform for up and coming designers, alongside the main attraction, the Great Pavilion. Join Alan Titchmarsh, Joe Swift and Carol Klein as they soak up all the excitement and heartache as the competition's best gardens are scrutinised by the RHS judges, and meet some of this year's exhibitors including Hillier Nurseries, who are hoping to win their 62nd consecutive gold medal.
(Coverage continues tomorrow at 12.30pm on BBC1) (HD)

(Digital viewers can watch in-depth tours of five show gardens, and satellite and cable viewers can also watch Carol Klein's and Chris Beardshaw's personal tours of the show, plus a chance to watch the main programme again)

Contributors

Presenter: Alan Titchmarsh
Presenter: Joe Swift
Presenter: Carol Klein

: Andrew Marr's History of Modern Britain: Advance Britannia

1/5. Drawing on archives, anecdotes and analysis, Andrew Marr charts some of the global events that have shaped British society since the end of the Second World War, beginning with the 1945 national election that saw Winston Churchill removed from power. Despite his successes, Churchill left the British people war-weary and nearly bankrupt. In contrast, Labour leader Clement Attlee and his eccentric band of high-minded socialists were intent on creating the welfare state and keen to nationalise major industries. But Britain's economic stability suffered a blow when India gained independence from the Empire, and the people's growing impatience with austerity threatened to take the country from bankruptcy to self-destruction.

Turning points: page 27

Contributors

Presenter: Andrew Marr
Director/Producer: Tom Giles

: QI

3/13. Dogs are the hot topic for Jeremy Clarkson , Liza Tarbuck , Neil Mullarkey and Alan Davies. With quizmaster Stephen Fry.
Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer John Lloyd

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Clarkson
Unknown: Liza Tarbuck
Unknown: Neil Mullarkey
Unknown: Alan Davies.
Unknown: Stephen Fry.
Director: Ian Lorimer
Producer: John Lloyd

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman.

Contributors

Presenter: Jeremy Paxman

: Reader, I Married Him: BBC4 on BBC2: Happily Ever After

1/3. Why is the genre of romantic fiction often treated with disdain?
The next episode is tomorrow at 11.20pm.

Contributors

Series Producer: Anne Elletson

: BBC News 24

: BBC Learning Zone

[web address removed]

Schools
(Repeats not indicated)

2.00 Technology Techno: Designers

4.00 Technology Techno: Designing Your Future








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