Followed by Doodle Do Making Moments
Justin goes to a theme park.
How moving air makes noises.
The children can't be found.
11.00 Maths Channel (ages 9-10) 7400565
11.10 Telling Tales
Double bill. (ages 7-11)
Coverage of the Mass of Installation, as the Archbishop Vincent Nichols is appointed the 11th Archbishop of Westminster.
A rare view of an eland birth, plus the rats trained to hunt for land mines. (Revised rpt)
A woman hopes to raise funds to pay for a trophy.
Home Care. Some suspicious deaths follow a nurse's return to Cabot Cove.
Paul Martin and the team travel to Leicester.
Galton Blackiston and Ed Baines cook Chinese cuisine.
Fashion designer David Emanuel hunts for valuables.
South East chefs Tristan Welch and Mark Sargeant prepare their desserts, which include the classic English flavours of clotted cream and rhubarb and custard. Plus find out how the pair enjoyed catering for the Royal Navy aboard HMS Gloucester.
BBC MAGAZINES: Good Food, price Â£3.10; Olive, price Â£3.40
9/12. The teams try to profit from procreation as they give it the hard-sell at the country's biggest baby show. But will those who are parents have an advantage over their rivals? And will anyone lose their bottle in the boardroom? The Apprentice -
You're Fired! is at 12.25am. See yesterday's choice. Shown yesterday at 9pm on BBC1 BLOG AND PHOTO GALLERIES: radiotimes.com/the-apprentice
Alan Titchmarsh and Joe Swift investigate the principal horticultural trends that have emerged from this year's show. Tonight's edition also features an exclusive glimpse into the private garden of politician and passionate gardener Ken Livingstone. 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
Chelsea champs: page 18
3/4. Sarah Reynolds manages a busy delicatessen in Glasgow's trendy West End. The 28-year-old is used to responsibility but is about to consider taking on an even bigger challenge - the running of her family's 400-acre dairy farm in Kent. Sarah has just a week to learn the rural arts of milking, feeding and animal husbandry before going it alone. Will she be prepared to leave her friends and the buzz of the city to make the 400-mile journey south for a life on the range? Her father Gordon certainly hopes so. Director/Producer Dominick French
International film star Isabella Rossellini and hard-rocking actress Juliette Lewis join Graham for another dose of vivacious chat and shenanigans. Director Steve Smith ; Producer Jon Magnusson
An extended, uncut repeat can be seen next Sunday
With Gavin Esler.
Followed by Weather
Highlights of the opening day's play in the prestigious PGA championship at Wentworth in Surrey, where Miguel Angel Jimenez was crowned champion last year. Presented by Gary Lineker.
Producers Jo McCusker and Sally Richardson
Adrian Chiles catches up with the show's freshly rejected candidate. Shown yesterday at 10pm
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Schools Repeats not indicated.
3.00 Turning Points: Alcohol and Sex Education: Including the consequences of alcohol misuse (ages 11-14).