Mr Tumble finds a carrot.
Makka Pakka visits the garden to wash everyone's faces.
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10.30 Focus (ages 9-11)
10.50 BBC Primary Geography (ages 7-11) 8488581
11.10 Razzledazzle (ages 4-5)
11.30 Wipe Out (ages 7-11)
Presented by Andrew Neil and Geeta Guru-Murthy .
Financial news with Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.
A lioness is unhappy about her cubs having injections.
Searching for bargain antiques in the flea markets of Orleans, north-central France.
Dead Man's Gold. Jessica helps an old friend whose search for buried treasure is hampered by a suspicious death.
Anita and David hope to sniff out some of the finest collectables in Northern Ireland.
With badminton duo Gail Emms and Nathan Robertson.
A couple search for a detached house in the East Riding of Yorkshire.
Weekday quiz show hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
The Royle Family star Liz Smith shares her culinary memories with Nigel Slater. Friend Paul O'Grady challenges the host to make her a traditional trifle, and her daughter celebrates the veteran actress's success as a single parent by baking a chocolate cake. More tomorrow 6.30pm. Producer Liz Bunnell ; Series producer Mark Adderley Summer food supplement: centre pages
4/4. Rock Art. Incredibly important to the Australian Aboriginal way of life, the Kimberley area of North Western Australia is full of rock art. Ray travels with an Aboriginal artist to learn more about its significance and also has a go at the painting style. Shown yesterday at 8pm Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel tomorrow at 10pm
In a celebration of the UK's varied marine life, Kate Humble meets the animals to be found around our coasts from Cornwall to Scotland, and even swims with Britain's biggest fish, the huge but gentle basking shark. She also explains how simple changes in our diet could literally save the UK's fishing industry and reveals how a new Marine Bill could be a significant turning point for our sea creatures. Plus tips on what we can all do to help conserve and enjoy wildlife. Springwatch Gardens is tomorrow at 8pm.
Producer Lucinda Axelson ; Exec producer Tim Scoones Find out more at www.bbc.co.uk/sprinqwatch
Kate Humble co-presents Britain's Lost World, Thursday 9pm BBC1 The Inside Story: page 76
2/6; series two. Retail guru Mary Portas is convinced that end-of-line stock and tacky accessories are the reasons Cardiff clothes shop Floyds is failing to woo female buyers, but owner Kelvin refuses to see things Mary's way. An attempt to style Miss Wales and her friends makes them look more street walk than catwalk, so would Kelvin's partner Sharon, who runs the shop, have better luck at turning the business around? Director/Producer Diene Petterle
The wacky world of computers heralds a whole new list of grumbles from, among others,
Ann Widdecombe , Eve Pollard, Fiona Phillips , Germaine Greer , Indira Joshi , Janet Street-Porter, Jenny Eclair , Linda Robson , Sheila Ferguson and Sheila Hancock.
Director/Producer Claire Storey Lambert
Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
Editor Peter Barron www.bbc.co.uk/newsnight Followed by Weather
Profiles of the last five candidates, as the tension mounts and the backstabbing intensifies. They all had bags of self-belief, but who was able to demonstrate more acumen than overconfidence? First shown on BBC1
The Apprentice: Why I Fired Them is tomorrow at 11.20pm
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4.00 Talk Spanish 1-6
Guide to living and working in Spain.