The truck wants to be a hero.
Everybody goes for a ride in the Ninky Nonk.
Baron Greenback sabotages the hero's car.
Barney chooses to look after his nephew instead of going bowling
11.35 Fred becomes more considerate.
Presented by Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn.
With Naga Munchetty and Declan Curry.
A collie gives John Martin the runaround.
Clare Balding and Rishi Persad are at Aintree for the opening day of the meeting, where there are five live races at 2.00, 2.35, 3.10, 3.45 and 4.20. More from Aintree tomorrow at 1.45pm.
Weekday quiz show. Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
9/10. Snooker stars Dennis Taylor and Willie Thorne search for auction lots.
For the Central region desserts, Daniel Clifford prepares an apple-and-rhubarb crumble with rhubarb sorbet and an "RAF Typhoon" shot, while Glynn Purnell makes a Bakewell tart with double-cream ice cream and instant cider brandy fruit jam. Series producer Philip J Smith
Executive producers Gary Broadhurst and Nicola Moody BBC MAGAZINES: Good Food. price Â£3.10; Olive, price Â£3.30 Just desserts: page 28; The Inside Story: page 47
2/12. After the trying first task, Sir Alan challenges the candidates to set up a catering service in the City of London where, in the current economic climate, the teams must have a clear identity in order to stand out from the competition and win new customers. The Apprentice - You're Fired! is at 12.20am. See yesterday's choice.
Shown yesterday at 9pm on BBC1
This engaging film documents how caravans captured the hearts and transformed the lives of British holidaymakers over the last 50 years, featuring evocative testimony and archive clips. It also explores how changes in caravanning reflected wider shifts in British society, in particular the increased availability of cars during the 1950s and 60s, but also varying attitudes towards holidaymaking. Alison Steadman narrates. Director Brian Henry Martin ; Producer Michael Hewitt
First shown on BBC4
Helen House has revolutionised the care of sick children around the world, offering support to those with life-limiting illnesses. In a follow-up to the series, The Children of Helen House, the BBC team returned for three months last summer, meeting up with the founder, Sister Frances Dominica, and some of the patients. Cat Lovell, who required 24-hour care after having a brain tumour removed at the age of 11, has received news that it may have returned. Plus 30-year-old Ingrid Warren, who used Helen House because of a chronic renal condition, is now undergoing counselling to adapt to a healthy future after a kidney transplant. Producer Jonathan Mayo
Executive producer Jean Claude Bragard
Comedy monologues and celebrity chat. Director Steve Smith ; Producer Jon Magnusson
An extended, uncut repeat can be seen next Sunday
With Gavin Esler.
Followed by Weather
4/13; series one. Old Cases. After the raid, Greggs and McNulty try to get defendants to inform on superiors. Barksdale puts a bounty on the heads of a stick-up crew. Episode five is tomorrow, 11.35pm. Cast on Tuesday First shown on FX
2/12; series four. Adrian Chiles catches up with the candidate who bit off more than they could chew.
Shown yesterday at 10pm
Schools Repeats not indicated.
4.00 GCSE Bitesize: Spanish