New series The Money Programme returns with a timely look at the shake up in the mortgage market, examining why some financial institutions have stopped lending money, and interviewing worried customers as they attempt to buy a property. Presented by Max Flint.
Director/Producer Marianne Lueck
4/6. Tony Kirkham goes truffle-hunting with a pig, and Jon Hammerton gets to grips with a forest horse to see if old-fashioned techniques are still relevant today for those who work with trees.
Series producer Tim Green ; Editor Alex Boyle
It's the first week of Springwatch and the team invites Simon King to Berryfields to assess the garden's wildlife credentials. Also, Carol sows and plants wild flowers in the orchard to attract moths and butterflies, and Joe visits an award-winning allotment site in Stoke-on-Trent. Plus a look at both native and cultivated varieties of cranesbill. Producer Andy Vernon www.gardenersworld.com Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel BBC GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: a peek at series producer Rosemary Edwards 's garden in the June issue. On sale 30 May, E3.30 BBC GARDENERS' WORLD LIVE: runs 11-15 June at the NEC. For tickets, call [number removed] or visit www.bbcgardenersworldlive.com Oak planthouse, mini water butt and binoculars: page 31 Alan Titchmarsh 's tips, plus dwarf lilacs: page 42
4/4. The Home Stretch. The team undergo the final part of their three-week journey and begin to realise the impact the trip has had on their outlook. And Julie faces her ultimate challenge. Series producer David Johnson ; Executive producer Rob Maciver Signed repeat next week on BBC1
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