On a farm.
The cubs are lost in the city.
Jade's toy comes to life.
Comedy drama about the rivalry of two gangs. (R) (S)
Charming coming-of-age comedy drama starring
Kathy Bates George C Scott and Charlie Talbet A high-school geek sets out to win the heart of the lovely Melissa. Reviewpage63.
Director Patrick Read Johnson (1995, 12)
Herman is mistaken for an up-and-coming basketball star. (BW)
Followed by The Witness
Charles Matthau directs his father Walter in this touching comedy drama co-starring Carol Burnett. A lonely widower's new romance with a glamorous widow is jeopardised by his immature son. Review page 63.
Appalling losses sustained at the Battle of the Somme. (BW)
Richard Whiteley , Nina Myskow and Ian McCaskill guest. (RXS)
From Nantes in France.
Paul Rankin and Tony Tobin join the culinary challenge.
Are any rare pieces hidden among the bric-a-brac at an auction in Chester? (Revised rpt)
It's the final, with three contestants remaining from the initial 100-strong field. Who will be crowned champion in the climax to the gruelling six-week challenge? With John Torode and Gregg Wallace.
They're loved by pop stars and busy mums alike, but fuel-hungry 4x4s have made the Greens see red. Will eco-friendly models from Ford and Lexus make a difference? The Money Programme reports. Producer Jenny Clayton ; Series editor Clive Edwards
Regional Variations (2)
Documentary following the daily life and work at the Royal Botanical Gardens in Kew. Emma Fox takes on the job of pollinating the flowers of the world's largest water lily.
3/6. Horticultural style bloomed under Charles I and II, but, when the puritanical Oliver Cromwell came to power, lavish plots belonging to the Lord Protector's enemies were flattened. With Alan Titchmarsh.
Director Kath Moore ; Executive producer Dick Colthurst Alan Titchmarsh has sweet memories: page 42
Grasses give a textural twist to the shrubbery at Berryfields, raised beds are added to the alpine area and there's a visit to the RHS Spring Show in London. With Monty Don , Joe Swift and Carol Klein. Producer Andy Vernon : Series producer Sarah Moors RT DIRECT: book Gardeners' World - Gardening from Berryfields, £18 (RRP E20) incl p&p. To order, call [number removed] (national rate) Great-value delphiniums and lupins: page 44
It's 9am on 20 January 1607: a 12ft-high wall of water devastates the counties of the Bristol Channel, killing in the region of 2,000. The catastrophe altered the coastline for ever - yet it's been all but forgotten. Scientists Ted Bryant and Simon Haslett team up to find archaeological evidence to support their belief that the event was not a freak storm but a tsunami.
Director Sam Roberts ; Exec producer Adam Bullmore (AD)
A Life in the Day. Will Self, Rick Stein , John Sessions , Bob Geldof and other self-confessed grouches decry fitness fads, banks, discos and trendy coffee bars.
Producer Alan Lewens ; Exec producer Stuart Prebble
Hosted by Gavin Esler.
Mark Lawson is joined by John Mullan, John Harris and Julie Myerson.
Rollicking period drama starring Tommy Steele and Stanley Baker. In 18th-century London, Jack Sheppard :ries to save his brother from the gallows by becoming a burglar for infamous Jonathan Wild. Review page 63. Director James Clavell (1969, U)
Kiefer Sutherland stars in this noir-style tale about a boxer who's unlucky in love.
Part of the Fallen Angels strand.
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Passing Judgements 21573 2.30 Museedu
Louvre: Understanding a National Institution
3.20 Ever Wondered? 24553024 3.30 Defining Moments 71050 4.00 A Formidable Foe
4.30 How We Study Children 28192 5.00 P-Y
Gerbeau's Rules of the Game What Workers Want 91550 5.30 Renaissance Secrets