Followed by Fimbly Songtime
Gabrielle's birthday cake is missing an ingredient.
How the UK landscape has inspired art.
Including coverage of Prime
A look at the effects of isolation on deaf people. With voiceover. signed rpt next week on BBO
Presented by Adam Shaw and Nik wood.
Angela Rippon accompanies contestants on a tour of flea markets in France.
Tim Vine , Eve Pollard and Kristian Digby try to identify the homes.
One White Rose for Death
Jessica becomes involved with a pair of defectors.
Nigel Planer and Robert Llewellyn compete in the culinary challenge.
A Bristol-based couple hope to sell their city home and buy another in Wiltshire.
Quiz with Dermot Murnaghan.
Actress Thandie Newton discusses her favourite foods, watching as her parents make her a Cornish pasty, and her friend rustles up oysters Rockefeller. Then, comic actor Ben Miles challenges her and Nigel Slater to produce pancakes as part of an American breakfast. Plus Thandie's recollections of kissing Tom Cruise.
5/5. According to Welsh legend, the mountains of Snowdonia were created by angry giants.
Griff Rhys Jones discovers that they continue to protect a fragile ecology, despite the best efforts of us humans. This beautiful corner of Wales is the most southerly home of rare arctic plants and wild horses, whose ancestors have roamed Snowdonia for 2,000 years. Series producer Ian Macmillan
Executive producer Hamish Barbour
Bill Oddie , Kate Humble and Simon King discuss the Springwatch Action Team events around the country for the forthcoming weekend.
Find out more at www.bbc.co.uk/springwatch
Series one. Hunstanton to Dover. Alice Roberts finds evidence of our Ice Age land bridge to Europe in East Anglia, while Nicholas Crane meets a modern-day King Canute, fighting to keep his home from falling into the sea. Plus a colourful celebration of our long-standing love affair with the humble beach hut.
Series editor Gill Tierney
Series producer Steve Evanson
11/12. Adrian Chiles catches up with the show's freshly rejected candidate. He is also joined by sports presenter Clare Balding , comedian Michael Mcintyre and recruitment consultant Rachael Robertson as they place bets on which of the four remaining contenders is most likely to be the winner of next week's showdown.
Repeated next Saturday
An Apprentice-themed Weakest Link Special is on Friday at 8.30pm on BBC1 [web address removed]
Presented by Gavin Esler.
Followed by Weather
3/3. Theoretical physicist and futurist Michio Kaku shows how quantum physics is giving us the almost god-like power to manipulate the fundamental building blocks of matter. Science-fiction concepts such as the space elevator and teleportation might soon become a reality, but how will we use our unprecedented scientific mastery?
Director/Producer Helen Shariatmadiari
Repeats not indicated.
4.00 Schools: English File - Death of a Salesman
Five programmes telling the story of Willy Lomax.
4.30 The Merchant of Venice The National Youth Theatre perform Shakespeare's play.