Followed by Doodle Do Making Moments
Presented by Andrew Neil and Anita Anand.
Radha Manjeshwar explores theatre for the deaf. With voiceover.
Presented by Declan Curry and Naga Munchetty.
Medical Corps. DONATIONS: for details see Sunday at 5.15pm on BBC1
A woman tries to raise money so she can convert home movies to DVD.
Big Easy Murder. A journalist is murdered.
Chefs cook at Royal Holloway college in Surrey.
With Sophie Grigson.
By the Socialist Labour Party.
It's back to basics in the South East as Mark Sargeant cooks roast chicken with sage and onion, and Tristan Welch prepares spit-roasted lamb.
2/4. Kit Chapman comes from five generations of hoteliers. His own succession was a painful one, so he wants to make the transition easier for his sons, Dominic and Nick. But which of them - if either - is best suited to take over? Against the backdrop of a turbulent family history, father and sons have some big decisions to make. Narrated by Lesley Sharp.
Director/Producer Barnaby Peel Shown last Thursday
While Carol Klein inhales the lingering perfumes of the Great Pavilion, Rachel de Thame meets Zita Elze, the Brazilian florist who literally paints with flowers. Also tonight, presenter and comedian Liza Tarbuck joins Alan Titchmarsh on the sofa to offer her take on the show and a glimpse into her own garden.
Continues tomorrow at 12.30pm on BBC1. 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
Tours of the show gardens with commentary by the designers; plus Carol Klein and Chris Beardshaw are joined by horticultural experts
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Griff Rhys Jones offers up this personal and impassioned celebration of verse in all its forms, as the BBC's Poetry Season continues. He dissects Keats with poet Simon Armitage, enters a "bardic bearpit" for a contemporary poetry "slam" and even visits a "poetry doctor" for a diagnosis. He also joins former poet laureate Andrew Motion on a versifier's tour of the National Gallery, before getting commuters at Euston Station to perform W.H. Auden's Night Mail, and meeting Valerie Laws as she makes poetry out of beach balls. More from the Poetry Season tomorrow on BBC4; see also Off by Heart on Friday at 9pm.
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9/12. Adrian Chiles catches up with the candidate thrown out with the bath water following this week's task at The Baby Show. Joining him for the debrief are comedian Hugh Dennis, singer Michael Ball and the MD of JoJo Maman Bebe, Laura Tenison.
Series editor Sally Dixon Repeated tomorrow at 12.25am THE BEST ACCENT ON TV: radiotimes.com/accent
With Gavin Esler.
Followed by Weather
9/12; series two. Bodie and his crew fight their corner, but the resulting shoot-out has tragic consequences. Daniels asks McNulty to go to his contact in the FBI for help. The series continues next week. Cast on Tuesday Repeated on Friday at 3.20am
First shown on FX PROGRAMME GUIDE: radiotimes.com/the-wire
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3.00 Lifeschool: Sex Education Relationships.