Upsy Daisy cannot decide whether to play with the ball or sing.
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11.00 Henry's Wives with Terry Deary (ages 7-11)
11.10 Class Clips
11.30 Science Clips Investigations (ages 7-9) 4527797
11.40 Look and Read: Captain Crimson - Black to the Future (ages 7-9)
Presenter (Henry's Wives):
(ages 7-9) 4527797 11.40 Look and Read (ages 7-9)
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The mudflats of the Solway Firth. (Revised rpt)
Second World War drama starring Gregory Peck as a grieving RAF squadron leader whose plane crashes in the Burmese jungle, leaving the crew at the mercy of the occupying Japanese forces. Review p42. Director Robert Parrish (1954)
A woman wants to raise 000 for a memorial rose.
Further live coverage of the fourth and penultimate day of the festival, featuring the 3.45 Coronation Stakes. Listen to the man: page 30
Searching for a Somerset property. (Revised rpt)
Items are valued in Yeovil, Somerset, and Paul Martin visits a local maltings. (Revised rpt)
Six contenders battle it out to be crowned champion. Their specialist subjects comprise the Lewis and Clark expedition across America, Britain between the wars, Russian novels from 1831 to 1894, songwriting partnership Rodgers and Hart, the Ryder Cup and American presidents of the 19th century. Presented by John Humphrys.
Director Nest Griffiths ; Producer Jon Kelly
This week, Toby plants up a border with a range of bold ornamental grasses and tough prairie plants, while Alys and Joe get the raised beds packed to the rafters with home-grown varieties in the city vegetable garden. Carol teaches her three students the art of pruning, propagating and planting, and the team look at how busy gardeners can keep on top of the weeding and watering as spring turns to summer.
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BBC MAGAZINES: Gardeners' World, Â£3.50; Gardens Illustrated. Â£3.85 Self-coil hose: page 46
4/4. Malorie Blackman is the first black British writer to have sold over a million books. She is a prolific author of fiction for children and much of her work, which turns racial preconception on its head, echoes her own childhood and teenage years. Tonight she finds out more about the poems and poets that have inspired her, from William Blake and Benjamin Zephaniah to Miles Coverdale and Jackie Kay. Continuing the BBC's Poetry Season. Director Mark Halliley ; Series producer Ian Macmillan
Having driven only automatic cars for the last 30 years, the actor is put through his paces as he learns to use a gearstick again. He takes to the road in classic cars, goes off-roading and gets a lesson from former Le Mans winner Derek Bell.
Producer Jonney Steven : Series producer Neil Edwards
First shown on BBC4
With Kirsty Wark.
Kirsty Wark and guests review the cultural highs and lows of the past week. Series producer Liz Gibbons
Followed by Weather
Highlights of the second semi-final, at the Oval, as the line-up for Sunday's showpiece match is confirmed. Introduced by Manish Bhasin.
19/22; series two. Allison's dreams link Scanlon to three murders. Starring
Patricia Arquette and Jake Weber.
1.20 20/22. Allison dreams a woman is being watched by a stranger in her bedroom.
Horror starring Michael Gough. A young girl, distraught following the death of her parents, is drawn into a group of devil worshippers led by her uncle. Review page 43. Director Norman J Warren (1976, 18)