Followed by Doodle Do Making Moments
How to stay dry in the rain.
Upsy Daisy tries to rest.
11.00 Words and Pictures: Fun with Phonics (ages 4-6) 9107793
11.10 Razzledazzle (ages 4-5) 4158009
11.30 Science Clips Investigations (ages 7-9) 7643660
11.40 Look and Read: Captain Crimson - A Giant Celebration (ages 7-9)
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With actor Ellis Pike.
A woman inherits part of a Â£200,000 fortune.
Nailed A beauty salon owner is suspected of murder.
Cooking at Norwich City Football Club.
With Simon Groom.
By the Conservative Party.
Judges Matthew Fort, Prue Leith and Oliver Peyton decide which of this week's chefs from the North West, Nigel Haworth or Aiden Byrne , should go forward to the competition final. See Monday's choice.
Martha Kearney examines the decline in bee colonies and the implications that the extinction of the insect would have on the world's food supply. With bees dying in their millions, over 90 of the world's crops, including apples, berries, cucumbers, nuts and cotton, could be under threat if the colonies continue to struggle at their current rate.
Director/Producer James Erskine First shown on BBC4
This week Toby grows a tropical border designed to turn even the most suburban garden into a leafy jungle and plants tried-and-tested herbaceous perennials next to newer varieties to test their calibre. At Carol's gardening school the students tackle root cuttings of garden favourites, while Joe is busy reshaping lawns, and Alys uses her thrifty expertise to fashion a cold frame from scrap materials. Producer Louise Hampden ; Series producer Andy Vernon
gardenersworld.com Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: available monthly, price E3.50 Gtech cordless cylinder mower: page 33 Plants offer: page
4/4. Full Steam Ahead. The restoration of London's King's Cross is the biggest infrastructure project in Europe. On one side stands Clare Brady, English Heritage case officer, who is trying to preserve fragments of the Grade I-listed station's historic past. On the other is Roger Madelin, chief executive of the developer Argent, and Network Rail architect John McAslan, who argue their case in favour of sleek modernity. Whose preferences will come out on top? Director Patrick Forbes : Producer Stephanie Collins
2/6. Richard Wilson takes in some of Snowdonia's most spectacular scenery behind the wheel of a vintage Ford Zodiac. As well as driving the circular route from Caernarfon, he gets a lesson in Welsh and negotiates the mighty Llanberis Pass. Producer Jonney Steven ; Series producer Neil Edwards
First shown on BBC4
With Gavin Esler.
With Kirsty Wark.
Series producer Liz Gibbons Followed by Weather
An extended version of Tuesday's edition, featuring New York Dolls, Morrissey and Little Boots. radiotimes.com/later Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
12/22; series two. A former adversary makes a terrifying reappearance. Starring
Patricia Arquette and Jake Weber.
4/12; series two. Bubbles is enlisted by McNulty in his search for Omar.
Shown on Monday at 11.25pm
2.20 5/12. Ziggy loses his car to some drug dealers.
Shown on Tuesday at 11.25pm
3.15 6/12. Omar testifies in the Gant murder trial.
Shown on Wednesday at 11.25pm Cast on Tuesday