The gang finds a lunchbox.
Followed by Fimbly Songtime
Barry takes a trip to the dentist.
Followed by Newsround
Bat Hound has a spell of bad luck.
Tracy tries to join Amber's gang.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Exploring the natural world.
Springwatch continues at 8pm
Dr Jonathan Foyle discovers what it was like to be a centurion in the Roman Army, marching ten miles a day and only seeing their families once every five years.
Geographer Nicholas Crane examines the vanishing coastline between the Wash and Dover.
With Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott.
The best way to get summer colour into the garden.
Richard Wilson appeals on behalf of Action for Blind People. DONATIONS: for details see Sunday at
5.50pm on BBC1
Graeme Le Saux finds out how the Isle of Wight's Victorian resorts are rising to the tourism challenge. www.bbc.co.uk/workinglunch
Live coverage of the third day's play at Queen's Club.
Digital viewers can watch live coverage 12.30-8.00pm
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.
A fire juggler, a Bollywood dance group, a singer and a clown are among the acts hoping to impress the unforgiving studio audience.
Tim Samuels leads 100 MRSA victims and their relatives on a cleaning spree in ten of Britain's hospitals to highlight just how unhygienic many are. He also attempts to take swabs from Health
Secretary Patricia Hewitt and visits an abbatoir that boasts higher hygiene standards than many hospitals. Shown as part of the Mischief strand.
Director/Producer Nick Betts First shown on BBC3
Bill Oddie and Kate Humble continue their wildlife watching in Devon while Simon King continues to report in splendid isolation from the Hebridean island of Islay. There's also an update on the BBC Breathing Places campaign in which viewers work to improve their local areas for both people and wildlife, while Gordon Buchanan presents the latest instalment of his fox diary from Glasgow.
Springwatch Nightshift is at 12.15am. The Life of Birds is on BBC4 at 10pm
11/11. Wye - Voices from the Valley. The River Wye runs through some of Britain's most beautiful and varied countryside, from the mountains of mid-
Wales to the open spaces of the Severn estuary. This film presents a lyrical portrait of this portion of the British countryside through the eyes of four characters who make their living from the land - a cider maker, a salmon fisherman, a sheep farmer and a beekeeper. Producers Charlie Hamilton James and Jamie McPherson
Series editor Tim Martin Repeated next Sunday Valley of the kings: page 25
A look at the rabbits that live on cliffs off the coast of Pembrokeshire, south Wales, as they mix with sea birds such as puffins and gulls. Producer Mark Flowers ; Series producer Wendy Darke
12/12. Adrian Chiles congratulates the winner of this year's gruelling business challenge as they bask in their triumph and prepare to take their place in Sir Alan Sugar 's empire. Looking back over the series the winner discusses their personal highs and lows as well as pinpointing where it was they went right in their efforts to win over one of Britain's most trying business moguls.
Series editor Sally Dixon ; Exec producer Michelle Kurland
With Jeremy Paxman. <s)
5/6; series three. A glamorous celebrity-style wedding unravels as a carpet-fitting groom searches frantically for a white carpet for his bride to walk down. Director/Producer Libby Turner First shown on BBC3
Late-night live action from the Springwatch Farm in Devon and highlights of the day's events.
Schools Repeats not indicated.
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