Then Doodle Do Making Moments
Makka Pakka washes stones.
Repeats are not indicated
11.00 Telling Tales (ages 7-11) 4083741
11.20 Big Slam Poetry (ages 7-11) 5642760
11.40 Let's Write a Story (ages 9-11)
Presented by Andrew Neil and Anita Anand.
Featuring rare sea birds in Northumberland.
Restaurateurs Jim and Winnie try to raise cash.
A Quaking in Aspen
Jessica's friend is suspected of murder in Colorado.
Ed Baines and Gaiton Blackiston compete.
With Jim Rosenthal.
By the English Democrats.
London and the South East chefs Mark Sargeant and Tristan Welch prepare their starters, which comprise egg and soldiers with broccoli puree and goats' cheese cream, and an asparagus, egg and cress sandwich with smoked ham.
Series producer Philip J Smith
Executive producers Gary Broadhurst and Nicola Moody
2/6. Castaways. In the South Pacific there is no such thing as a deserted island. Across this vast region every one of its 20,000 islands has been colonised, from New Guinea and Fiji to French Polynesia and Hawaii. This is the story of the ultimate castaways, including salt water crocodiles, giant eels, crested iguanas and weird frogs, which succeeded against all odds to reach islands thousands of miles apart. See yesterday's choice. Shown yesterday at 8.30pm
Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel tomorrow at 8pm
Presenters Alan Titchmarsh and Joe Swift celebrate the best of British while they ponder the national obsession with gardening. Plus a look at how overseas designers put their own spin on the English gardening style, and a preview of a garden that boasts some extraordinary planting schemes. More from south-west London tomorrow at 12.30pm on BBC1.
Director John Smith ; Series producer Rosemary Edwards A range of features are available at bbc.co.uk/chelsea, including video tours of the show gardens, rolling news updates, blogs and photo galleries Chelsea champs: page 18
1/2. Why Can't a Woman Succeed like a Man? Exploring the complex issue of what people really think about women in the workplace. In their quest to find out, newsreader Sophie Raworth and reporter Justin Rowlatt track down a businesswoman who refuses to employ females of childbearing age, meet an entrepreneur who went back to work four days after giving birth, go head-to-head on the trading floor and talk to a professor who's studying the effects of child care. With the UK's top jobs still predominantly held by men, what - if anything - is holding women back? Concludes tomorrow at 9pm. Director Ben Steele ; Series producer Fiona Lloyd-Davies It pays to be male: page 23
4/8. The affable Rolf Harris guest-hosts, while Andy Hamilton joins regulars Paul Merton and Ian Hislop. Shown last Friday on BBC1
With Jeremy Paxman.
Followed by Weather
7/12; series two. Backwash. Beadie and Freamon monitor traffic at the port and Proposition Joe discusses a deal with Stringer. Will Daniels take on the Jane Doe homicides case? Episode eight is tomorrow, 11.25pm. Cast on Tuesday Rptd Friday at 1.30am First shown on FX PROGRAMME GUIDE: radiotimes.com/the-wire
Schools Repeats not indicated.
3.00 Lifeschool: Drugs The effects of drug taking.