Followed by Doodle Do Making Moments
Justin Fletcher visits Fulham FC's Craven Cottage stadium.
Asian elephants' journey of survival.
Presented Andrew Neil and Anita Anand.
The launch of signed services at the East London Mosque.
Presented by Declan Curry and Naga Munchetty.
A couple look for a house in Andalusia.
Another Killing in Cork Jessica helps a fishing lodge owner in Ireland.
The experts value items in the Lake District.
With chefs John Burton Race and Atul Kochhar.
With Virginia Ironside.
By the Liberal Democrats.
For the North West, Nigel Haworth prepares a regional main course of Lonk lamb Lancashire hotpot, while Aiden Byrne cooks Cumbrian veal with lobster.
1/4. Documentary series in which parents hand over the reins of the family business to their reluctant children, in a bid to secure the firm's future. This first episode places the spotlight on Gary Don, who has dedicated his life to the auction house he inherited from his father and grandfather. However, the establishment's fate remains uncertain as he faces the prospect of retirement. Director Bernie Schaeffer ; Series producer Dominick French
Shown last Thursday
3/4. Are We Falling Out of Love with Property? How has the recession altered the way the public view their homes? Tonight's show hears from those who bought when the market was doing well and others who have sold up in order to rent their way through the downturn. The programme also meets Brits who have set up home in the hills of Provence in southern France, asking whether they have taken with them our proclivity for boom and bust. With Kate Silverton, Justin Rowlatt and Andrew Verity.
Concludes tomorrow at 8pm. See Monday's choice.
The third and final programme in this short series about the elements explores the history and science of this invisible force whose origins had scientists scratching their heads for millennia. Among the stories thrown up by what we now know to be the interaction of pressure, temperature and the Earth's rotation are those of Dorothy Allwright who, back in 2000, was sitting in her caravan in Bognor Regis when a tornado flung her and the vehicle into the air, and of engineer James Blyth who, in 1887, invented the first electricity-producing wind turbine. Director/Producer Tony Bulley First shown on BBC4
8/72. Adrian Chiles meets the candidate for whom a task to re-brand Margate proved to be their Waterloo. Joining him to opine on what went wrong are Clare Balding, Jason Manford and Martine Ainsworth-Wells . Series editor Sally Dixon Repeated tomorrow at 11.25pm THE BEST ACCENT ON TV: radiotimes.com/accent
With Jeremy Paxman. <s)
Followed by Weather
6/12; series two. Omar emerges from hiding to testify that Bird shot witness William Gant , and Stringer goes behind Avon's back to deal with D'Angelo's rejection of the Barksdale organisation. The series continues next week.
Cast on Tuesday Rptd Friday at 3.15am First shown on FX PROGRAMME GUIDE: radiotimes.com/the-wire
Schools Repeats not indicated.
4.00 Taking Issue Evocative issues. 179820
5.35 The RE Collection: Forgiveness Real life case studies.