Then Tweenies Songtime
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Followed by Thumb Wrestling Federation: TWF
Kyle XY 2/10. Kyle struggles to grasp the concept of sleep.
Rptd on Friday at 1.35am
2/8. The friends settle into their new lives.
Rptd tomorrow at 7pm on BBC3
Do families need two parents?
A look at young entrepreneurs.
Romantic comedy with Marilyn Monroe. London, 1911: an American showgirl falls for the cold Prince Regent of a European country, who is in town for George V's coronation. In her pursuit of the prince, she also tries to reconcile the differences between the prince and his son. Review p47. Director Laurence Olivier (1957, PG)
Series five. Mr Monk Is at Your Service. A murderer hires Monk to be his new butler.
Repeated at 2.25am
2/6. The Yunnan Province, where mountain ranges channel mighty rivers from
Tibet southward to the tropics, and the landscape provides a home to red pandas, gibbons, sunbirds and elephants.
Shown last Sunday
As the sun goes down over the gardens at Chelsea for another year, Alan Titchmarsh and the team look back over the highlights of the week, announce who is the winner of the public's favourite show garden and keep an eye on the big sell-off.
Producer Julie Heptonstall ; Executive producer Owen Gay
Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel tomorrow at 7pm Gardeners' World is on Friday at 8pm
Digital viewers have a choice of two streams until 12 midnight: tours of all gardens; and Carol Klein and Chris Beardshaw 's show guides (Freeview is showing a combination of the above) Oak planthouse, mini water butt and binoculars: page 31 Alan Titchmarsh 's tips, plus dwarf lilacs: page 42
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 in the clothes of the time and consume the food prescribed by the ration books. Shown last Tuesday
2/5. Andrew Marr 's epic account of the events that have shaped the nation since the end of the Second World War continues with a study of Britain in the 1950s. For many, this era represented a golden age of order and affluence, but such prosperity belied the growing number of frustrated people who were hungry for change. The working classes didn't want to "know their place" any longer, nuclear protesters became ever more vocal and a new breed of political satirists taught the nation to laugh at, and question, their leaders. Director/Producer Fatima Salaria
6/8. An extended version of yesterday's BBC1 edition With guest host Lee Mack. (Revised repeat) www.radiotimes.com/have-i-got-news-blog
6/6; series two. The final leg of this series' grand tour finds Alan Davies decanting a few of the old gags he used to tell in a wine bar in Whitstable, Kent, and The League of Gentleman's Steve Pemberton visiting the original "local" shop in Rottingdean, East Sussex. Narrated by Alan Whicker.
Executive producer Ricky Kelehar
Da Kath and Kim Code. In a feature-length episode of the hit Australian sitcom, the girls get caught up in a mystery of biblical proportions.
Starring Jane Turner and Gina Riley.
Claustrophobic drama based on the real-life kidnapping of Irish teacher Brian Keenan and British journalist John McCarthy in Beirut in the 1980s, and their subsequent four-year ordeal as hostages. Review page 47.
Director John Furse (2003,15)
12/13. Nixon v Kennedy. Pete's ambitions cause him to challenge Don directly.
Cast on page 90 Shown last Tuesday on BBC2
Crime drama starring Robert Young. Only when on trial for his life is Larry Ballentine given the chance to tell his own story. Review page 47.
Director Irving Pichel (1947) (BW)