Jelly and Jackson clean up.
Followed by Fimbly Songtime
Kevin and Krypto are shrunk.
Tracy lands back at the Dumping Ground with a bang.
The teams follow an animal's trail.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Exploring the natural world.
Springwatch continues at 8pm
Hardwick Hall. Dan Cruickshank explores the history of the stately home in Derbyshire. Director Kate Misrahi ; Executive producer Basil Comely
With Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott.
Creating an English garden for a Greek couple.
Simon Gompertz 's in America looking at portable fuel cells and how the London stockmarket is putting up the money.
Everything you ever wanted to know about hedges.
A mercy mission in an Andalusian village.
' Homes in Carmarthenshire, south Wales.
8/10 Animal-themed antiques.
With Paul Martin.
Fresh challengers take on the experts.
Nine challengers compete for the chance to win the wild card place in the People's Quiz Grand Final on 23 June, where the prize money stands at more than £200,000.
Five acts face the studio audience, including a group of rope skippers and a twin pop act.
5/5. Stowe - Reading a Garden. Stowe is one of the greatest of the Enlightenment's landscapes, where the period's philosophy of creating perfection via planning is abundantly evident. Its gardens, lakes and woods are enclosed spaces of the utmost pomp, full of allusions to the classical world that provided their inspiration. Jonathan Meades considers the contribution of some of the greatest names of the 18th century to the landscape, including Vanbrugh, Gibbs, Kent, Adam and Soane.
Director Rob Payton ; Producer Martha Wailes
Neil Oliver investigates the submerged forests on the Welsh coast.
Bill Oddie and Kate Humble report on wildlife activity in Devon, while Simon King continues his observations of the wildlife on the remote and windswept Hebridean isle of Islay. Plus there's further details about the Springwatch festivals that are happening across the country this weekend.
Springwatch Nightshift is at 12.15am.
10/11. Rainforests for the Future. The state of Gabon in western Africa has endured a terrible history of povery, civil war and suffering in its short history, but now this increasingly stable democracy is devising ambitious projects to preserve its land and protect its local wildlife. With ten per cent of the country's rainforest safeguarded as national park, it provides a stable environment for a range of animals, including elephants, gorillas, chimps and mandrills. Narrated by Jeremy Northam.
Producer Stella Cha ; Series editor Tim Martin
How Yellowstone National park is under threat from the volcano that gave it so much life.
Producer Mark Flowers ; Exec producer Vyv Simson
11/12. Not one but three prospective candidates have been given the bullet by a bullish Alan Sugar in the penultimate challenge of the series. Now the trio of disappointed candidates are told just exactly where they got it wrong by a panel comprising of newsreader
Kirsty Wark , Sir Alan's aide Nick Hewer and last year's winner Michelle Dewbury. Presented by Adrian Chiles. Series editor Sally Dixon ; Exec producer Michele Kurland
With Gavin Esler.
3/6; series three. Big day traumas threaten a couple of gay nightclub designers whose plans for an extravagent ceremony are threatened by their lack of finances.
Director/Producer Vicki Young First shown on BBC3
Late-night live action from the Springwatch Farm in Devon.
Schools Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Expressive Arts Marsalis on Music (Part One)
4.00 Expressive Arts Marsalis on Music (Part Two)
Followed by Cool Keys