Nina helps Remy find flowers.
Repeats are not indicated
10.30 Let's Write a Story (ages 7-9) 8475017
10.50 BBC Primary History
Youngsters in Anglo-Saxon, Tudor and Victorian times. (ages 7-11)
The notorious conspiracy of 1605 revisited.
Presented by Andrew Neil and Geeta Guru-Murthy .
The lighthouse in Smalls,
South Wales. (Revised rpt)
An appeal on behalf of Power International.
DONATIONS: for details see Sunday at
5.05pm on BBC1 <S)
Two keepers perform a skydive.
Santa Claude. A terminally ill patient begs for help.
Deadline for Murder. A tycoon is murdered.
Continued coverage, featuring the St James 's Palace Stakes at 3.45, plus the races at 4.20 and at 4.45.
Actor John Hurt shares memories of his errant childhood. Meanwhile John's brother, a Catholic monk, avails himself of the monastery kitchen to cook a dish they used to eat as kids, and John's wife re-creates their wedding cake. Summer food supplement: centre pages
7/7. Journey's End. High in the Tatra Mountains of Slovakia, there's a lesson in making sausages before dropping in at Turba's famous mime school in Brno. Michael has a mud bath, visits the porcelain manufacturing city of Meissen in Germany and, in Berlin, discovers the difference in attitudes that persist in the newly united city. Finally, an excursion to the largest remaining edifice of the Third Reich: the holiday complex at Prora, where he reflects on the New Europe.
Director/Producer John Paul Davidson
British gardens are full of wildlife stories and Bill Oddie has lots to show us in his own backyard.
He also has some garden tips for helping nature along and reveals the lengths some people will go to to lure wildlife into their nature reserves.
Springwatch Action Team is tomorrow at 2.05pm. Producer Mark Jones Find out more at www.bbc.co.uk/springwatch
5/6. It's all ruffs and codpieces this week as Giles Coren and Sue Perkins spend a week dressing up and dining in the Elizabethan manner. While Sue learns the lute and Giles tries his hand at cupping, chef Paul Merrett tempts them with sheep's head decorated with offal and leaping frog pie, but for all its exciting produce from the New World, how healthy is the Elizabethan diet? Producer Tom Coveney ; Series producer Alannah Richardson
Repeated next Saturday
3/13. Vic Reeves visits Folkestone to find out whether its inaugural triennial, previewing new works by artists like Tracey Emin and Mark Wallinger , can breathe new life into the town.
The BBC Big Band and blues singer Beth Rowley perform at the reopening of Morecambe's newly restored Modernist gem, the Midland Hotel, and there's a special tribute to Welsh poet Dylan Thomas. Plus a preview of the imminent Edinburgh Film Festival and music from Neon Neon. Presented by Lauren Laverne and Mark Kermode. An extended edition of the show can be seen on Friday at 11.35pm.
Series producer Danielle Graham ; Executive producer
Edward Morgan www.bbc.co.uk/cultureshow
With Jeremy Paxman.
Followed by Weather
The candidates who didn't make it have their best and worst moments unearthed again.
Director/Producer Martn Conway First shown on BBCI
Languages and Travel Repeats not indicated.
4.00 Talk French 1-6