Frogg's birthday is ruined.
Barney and Betty decide to buy Bamm-Bamm a pet.
** Second World War comedy starring George Formby. On leaving the Navy,
George finds himself in the world of espionage. Review page 43. Director Marcel Varnel (1943, U)
Ben Fogle looks after two orphaned rhino calves.
Mr Monk and Little Monk
A wealthy former classmate enlists Monk's help.
New series. The team visits Barrow-in-Furness.
New series. Weekday quiz show in which contestants attempt to score as few points as possible. Presented by Alexander Armstrong.
New series. Si King and Dave Myers go on a quest to discover food specialities across Britain. Today, Suffolk. Continues weekdays at 5.15pm. The Inside Story: page 68
New series. Paul Martin helps members of the public make a decent return on their savings by converting their cash into collectables, which he then hopes to sell at a profit. Tonight, brother and sister Shazia Rahman and Kash Masood want to double their money for a surprise holiday for their parents. Continues weeknights at 6.30pm.
Series producer Matthew Skilton The Inside Story: page 88
New series. 1/5. Following a year in the life of Bodnant garden in north Wales. With the area under a carpet of snow, gardener Troy Scott Smith plans a winter garden. As the team prepares to open for the new season, a group of moles wreaks havoc. Producer Llinos Wynne ; Executive producers Deborah Perkin and Marian Wyn Jones First shown on BBC2 Wales
New series. 1/7. The City. Charting the development of the conservation movement in Britain since the Second World War. When historic Bath was targeted by Hitler in 1942, decisions had to be made about what to protect, and thus the concept of listed buildings was born. But by the 1970s, Bath's architecture was being destroyed by a new breed of town planners. It took a local resident's campaign to protect the Georgian city. Tom Dyckhoff presents.
Producer Rosie Schellenberg ; Executive producer Basil Comely Living with history: page 29
Students from King's College, London, do battle against the University of Cardiff. With Jeremy Paxman. Director Tracey Rooney ; Producer Irene Daniels WHY I LOVE UNIVERSITY CHALLENGE: radiotimes.com/university-blog
New series. 1/4. Levi Roots , who tasted success on Dragons' Den with his Reggae Reggae sauce, travels around Jamaica and the UK to show how to bring sunshine flavours to the kitchen. Tonight, Levi returns to Jamaica to cook spicy lamb, eat delicious yam mash with the family of athlete Usain Bolt and demonstrate how to barbecue fish Caribbean style. Series producer Rachael Barnes Reggae Reggae source; book offer: page 28
2/3. George Alagiah heads to India to discover how the developing world's changing diet is putting pressure on global food resources. He meets a farmer in Kenya who ships out vegetables for UK supermarkets, and takes a look at why so many people are dying of hunger. He also reports on how the world's appetite for fish is stripping the seas bare. Producer Robin Barnwell ; Executive producer Sarah Murch
7/13. Highlights compilation. Shown last Thursday
With Kirsty Wark.
Followed by Weather
2/10; series five. Unconfirmed Reports. Gus has doubts about Scott's story. Episode three is tomorrow at 1120pm. For cast see p80 Rptd Friday at lam First shown on FX PROGRAMME GUIDE: radiotimes.com/the-wire