A hermit crab outgrows its home.
Great-aunt Loretta threatens to take Grandpa's dog away.
The pals show their talents.
A ride on the Pinky Ponk.
Fantasy comedy starring Robert Montgomery. When boxer Joe Pendleton arrives in heaven, it is discovered that he has died too early. Review p48. Director Alexander Hall (1941, U)
A newborn zebra foal joins up with the herd. (Revised rpt)
Ray Valentine lures Spaniards to his restaurant.
Mr Monk Gets Jury Duty
Monk finds a corpse.
The team heads for Weston super-Mare.
The duo sample the flavours of East Sussex, including a visit to Rye Scallop Festival.
Tonight, Claire Francis from Oxford is hoping Paul Martin can make enough money to send her mum on a surprise holiday to Venice.
3/5. Head gardener Troy Scott Smith struggles to preserve one of the largest collections of rhododendrons in the country. The garden faces some tough challenges as many rare and ageing plants face the growing threat of disease.
Producer Iwan Russell-Jones ; Executive producer Marian Wyn Jones First shown on BBC2 Wales
3/7. The Country House. By the 1950s, an average of 12 country homes were being knocked down each month. However, after an exhibition at the V&A in highlighted this trend, these houses were perceived as worth fighting for and Herefordshire's Eastnor Castle is an example of many that endured. But as the recession takes hold once again, country houses are facing a new fight for survival. With Tom Dyckhoff. Producer Andrea Illescas ; Series producer Mary Sackville-West
Free Open University heritage booklet that explores some of the key debates is available at bbc.co.uk/savingbritainspast
Students from Imperial College, London, compete against the University of Southampton for a place in the next round. Hosted by Jeremy Paxman.
Director Tracey Rooney ; Producer Irene Daniels WHY I LOVE UNIVERSITY CHALLENGE: radiotimes.com/university-blog
3/4. Levi Roots spices up ocean-fresh mackerel on a beach in Cornwall, challenges loyal Cornish pasty eaters in Falmouth to sample his golden vegetable patties and visits Bristol, where he tastes a new take on a British staple - steak and chips with a Caribbean twist. Series producer Rachael Barnes
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"Nigel Slater's Simple Suppers" begins on Wednesday at 7.30pm on BBC1
Levi RootsSeries Producer: Rachael
Following the progress of Michele English and Russell Clement, the couple who won the second series of the show in which people compete to work with renowned chef Raymond Blanc. As they try to transform an old pub in Buckinghamshire into the restaurant of their dreams, meticulous menu changes threaten Michele and Russell's chances of being ready for opening night. Producer Nic Patten ; Executive producer Chloe Solomon
9/73; series seven. Stewart Francis and Holly Walsh help out regular panellists Frankie Boyle, Hugh Dennis, Russell Howard and Andy Parsons with some pithy observations on the week's news. Dara O'Briain hosts.
Shown last Thursday
With Jeremy Paxman.
Followed by Weather
8/10; series five. Clarifications. Carcetti is forced to make dangerous political deals. Freamon presents his latest plan. Episode nine is on Wednesday at 11.20pm. For cast see p108 Rptd Fri 12.50am First shown on FX PROGRAMME GUIDE: radiotimes.com/the-wire