Repeats are not indicated
10.30 Let's Write Poetry (ages 7-11)
10.50 BBC Primary History (ages 7-11)
Archaeologists Tony Wilmott and Dan Garner explore the history of Chester's Roman amphitheatre.
Presented by Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott.
Financial reports with Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.
Addo's confession shocks his friends, but Ron is outraged when he hears that the group is still keeping secrets.
stocks are being sustained.
Becky the giraffe gives birth to a 6ft calf.
With Tim Vine , Eve Pollard and Kristian Digby.
One Good Bid Deserves a Murder The contents of an actress's diary lead to murder.
Paul Martin and the team head for Poole in Dorset.
Anneka Rice and Annabel Croft , the "skyrunners" on Treasure
Searching for a new home in Dorset. (Revised rpt)
The finalists reproduce their fish courses in the hope that the judges will include them in their top three. To vote for your favourite, see Wednesday's edition for details. See Friday's choice.
3/7. Wild East The Byzantine-painted churches of Bukovina, sharing pork fat and brandy with lumberjacks in the forests of Maramures, and a visit to the Merry Cemetery of Sapanta are among the delights experienced by the intrepid traveller in Romania. In Saxon Sighisoara , Palin unravels the truth behind the Dracula myth, while in Bucharest he sees for himself the legacy of former president Nicolae Ceausescu 's grotesgue despotism.
Director/Producer John Paul Davidson
Tuesday is judgment day at the Royal Horticultural Society's flagship show and, after months spent in pursuit of perfection in plant propagation, the exhibitors variously face elation and dejection as the all-important medals are announced. Alan Titchmarsh and the team capture the highlights. Coverage continues tomorrow on BBC1 at 12.30pm. (HD) Vote for your favourite garden in the BBC/RHS People's Award at www.bbc.co.uk/chelsea
Digital satellite and cable viewers have a choice of two streams: tours of all gardens; and Carol Klein and Chris Beardshaw 's show guides (Freeview is showing a combination of the above) To George, with love: page 24
Free BBC Gardeners' World magazine offer: page 27
New series 1/6. Restaurant critic Giles Coren and writer and comedian Sue Perkins experience what it was like to live and eat on the home front during the Second World War, as they spend a week attired in the clothes of the time and consuming the food prescribed by the ration books. After a week of blackouts, air raids, Spam and dried eggs, they visit the doctor to find out whether the wartime diet was really as healthy as some have claimed.
Director/Producer Hugo Macgregor Food of ages: page 45
8/8. Paul Weller and Martha Wainwright perform songs from their new albums, 22 Dreams and I Know You're Married but I've Got Feelings Too. Plus, new indie band White Lies are also in the studio. An extended version is on Friday at 11.40pm. Director Janet Fraser Crook; Series producer Alison Howe
(HD) Photo gallery: [web address removed]
With Jeremy Paxman.
Followed by Weather
12/13. Nixon v Kennedy. On election night, the staff of Sterling Cooper gather for a rowdy all-night party. See choice, page 74.
Shown on Sunday at 10.10pm on BBC4 (HD) Why I Love ... Mad Men: www.radiotimes.com/mad-men-blog
Schools Repeats not indicated.
4.00 Space Files - the Universe Unveiled