New series 1/6. Tony Kirkham and climber
Jon Hammerton set off from Kew Gardens on a journey to discover the value and beauty of British trees. Their first expedition takes them dog sledding in Scotland where they gain an extraordinary view of a forest.
Director/Series producer Tim Green The Inside Story: page
A visit to the 23rd Malvern Spring Gardening Show in Worcestershire, where 17 stunning show gardens are on display. Carol goes plant hunting in the floral marquee, Joe searches for allotment ideas and Rachel finds out why Malvern is so special for some entrants. Producer Vanessa Jackson ; Series producer Rosemary Edwards (HD) www.gardenersworld.com BBC GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: May issue: free gardens-to-visit guide with 2-for-1 entry card to 238 UK gardens. On sale now. E3.30 Alan Titchmarsh 's tips: page 32
< New series 1/4. Into the Foothills. Ten teenagers with physical disabilities attempt a rites-of-passage journey from the Amazonian rainforest of Ecuador to the Pacific Ocean, scaling the mighty Andes in the process. Tonight, the enormity of the task sinks in as they fly to the starting point with team leader Ken Hames. For everyone, trust becomes an important factor.
Series producer David Johnson ; Executive producer Rob Maciver The only way is up: page 21
6/8. With performances from Scottish indie rock group the Fratellis, Robert Plant with Alison Krauss , singer/songwriter Santogold, Spiritualized, lyricist
Chris Difford , and Emmylou Harris. Photo gallery: www.radiotimes.com/later-with-jools-holland
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