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Chelsea Update - Gold for Edible Playgrounds

Chelsea 2008

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Chelsea 2008

rhs, chelsea, bbc, The Dorset Cereals Edible Playground,
Nick Williams-Ellis,

The end of a very busy year is approaching for the exhibitors at the RHS Chelsea Flower show. As the press and Celebs wander around the gardens, there is frantic activity as the finishing touches are added to the gardens.

The BBC has a fantastic schedule for this week, and with wonderful weather forecast (well apart from possible frosts that is) we should be in for some spectacular scenes.

Fingers crossed for the 'The Dorset Cereals Edible Playground - by Nick Williams-Ellis'

Here is the BBC TV schedule for this week

Daytime programmes

  • * Monday 18 to Friday 23 May, 12.30pm to 1pm, BBC One
Evening programmes
  • * Sunday 18 May, 5.05pm to 6.05pm, BBC One
  • * Monday 19 May, 7.30pm to 8pm, BBC One
  • * Monday 19 May, 8pm to 9pm, BBC Two
  • * Tuesday 20 May, 8pm to 9pm, BBC Two
  • * Wednesday 21 May, 7.30pm to 8pm, BBC One
  • * Wednesday 21 May, 8pm to 9pm, BBC Two
  • * Thursday 22 May, 8pm to 9pm, BBC Two
  • * Friday 23 May, 7.30pm to 8pm, BBC One
  • * Friday 23 May, 8pm to 9pm, BBC Two
  • * Saturday 24 May, 6pm to 9.15pm, BBC Two

The presenters of this year's evening coverage will include Alan Titchmarsh and Joe Swift, with Carol Klein, Chris Beardshaw, Wesley Kerr, Rachel de Thame and Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen reporting.

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