Lol opens a snack shop. (R) (S)
The deciding day of this week's Tracker Challenges.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Things hiding in gardens.
Repeats are not indicated
10.30 Maths Channel (ages 7-8)
10.40 Maths Channel (ages 7-8) (S)
10.50 Watch (ages 5-7)
11.05 Tales of Europe (ages 7-9)
11.20 Primary History (ages 7-11)
11.40 Primary Geography (ages 7-11) (S)
The team answers viewers' questions on credit ratings.
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A A cheetah is in desperate need of a dentist.
Nadia Sawalha becomes a hostess on a party boat.
A Kent couple look for a country home in Suffolk.
10/10. The most interesting items found on the show.
Nine challengers compete for the chance to win the wild card place in the People's Quiz Grand Final on 23 June, where more than £200,000 is on offer.
The best acts from each of this week's shows attempt to entertain the audience for the chance to win a place in the final. Brian Conley presents.
In 2004 Britain's largest roadside rescue service was taken over by the new City phenomenon, a private equity company. The AA's workforce has been reduced, the number of patrol drivers cut and massive loans taken out. But profits are up and its bosses have pocketed millions. In this Money Programme special, Max Flint asks if it's the best way to revitalise?
Producer Rob Lemkin ; Editor Clive Edwards
After battling through eight weeks of competition, the winning chefs set out to storm the capital of haute cuisine. The British Ambassador is hosting a banquet for the elite of the French culinary world, in the magnificent Embassy in Paris, and our chefs will be preparing the winning four course menu.
The long borders get some attention as Monty plants out annual climbers and preens perennials. Carol offers advice about culinary herbs, while Joe takes a trip to the late Geoff Hamilton 's garden at Barnsdale. Producer Louise Hampden ; Series producer Rosemary Edwards Alan Titchmarsh 's tips; cordless hedge wand offer page 30
Britain's most famous living ballerina finally hangs up her ballet shoes for good tonight. Darcey Bussell gives her farewell performance with the Royal Ballet at Covent Garden's Royal Opera House in Mahler's
Song of the Earth, which is choreographed by Kenneth MacMillan. From the Paul Hamlyn Hall , presenter
Martha Kearney looks back over the prima ballerina's 20-year dancing career with dancer Jonathan Cope. Director Ross MacGibbon ; Producer Andy King-Dabbs Darcey Bussell in the RT Interview: page 16
Presented by Kirsty Wark.
Kirsty Wark with the week's cultural highs and lows.
6/6. Paul McCartney will be performing songs from his new album Memory Almost Full, Björk sings tracks from her new album Volta, Editors premiere tracks from their new album, singer/songwriter Ben Westbeech performs and London songstress Adele makes her TV debut. The series returns in October. Director Janet Fraser Crook ; Series producer Alison Howe (HD) Peppermania: page 8
Shane Meadows's earthy comedy drama starring Andrew Shim and Ben Marshall as 12-year-olds Romeo and Gavin, who have an unbreakable bond of friendship. But when the mysterious Morell enters their lives, the boys are put to the test. Film of the day: paqe 44. 11999, 15)
The Enterprise Incident. Spock turns against the crew.
2.50 The Paradise Syndrome. Kirk inadvertently has his memory erased.
Class. Malcolm tries to sabotage Dewey's school entry test.