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Continuing the wildlife strand. Ends 6.45.
Series producer Wendy Darke ; Editor Fiona Pitcher WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/nature
Under the Skin Bears. Nick Baker travels to the vast wilderness of Alaska to live alongside grizzly bears. He tries to catch salmon with his bare hands, eats berries and digs for clams and has some very close encounters.
Director Andrew Chastney (S) (W) 54
5.45 Tiger Trail This week ValmikThapar explores modem tiger conservation in India's Ranthambhore National Park and comes across leopards, nilgai antelope and dholes.
Producer Paul Appleby (S)
5.55 Natural World Timeless Thames. A journey along the Thames, from its source to the sea. The Thames may seem tame today but it is still wild at heart and, as the recent flooding has illustrated, just waiting to reclaim its lost wildness, in spite of our best efforts to control it. Narrator Ian McShane. Producer Mike Birkhead ; Series editor Neil Nightingale (S) (W)


Producer: Wendy Darke
Editor: Fiona Pitcher
Unknown: Nick Baker
Director: Andrew Chastney
Producer: Paul Appleby
Narrator: Ian McShane.
Producer: Mike Birkhead
Editor: Neil Nightingale

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