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: Himalaya with Michael

Palin 3/6. After a gruelling trek to experience the majestic heights of Annapurna, Palin is blessed by the King of Nepal, and meets yaks at the highest monastery in the world. First shown on BBC1 Continues tomorrow at 7pm

: Mind Games

Lord Robert Winston and Philippa Forresterjoin Kathy Sykes and Michael Rosen on the baffling quiz. More tomorrow at 8pm

Contributors

Unknown: Lord Robert Winston
Unknown: Philippa Forresterjoin
Unknown: Kathy Sykes
Unknown: Michael Rosen

: Midsummer Night's Dreaming

From nightingales to glow worms, natural phenomena inspired A
Midsummer Night's Dream. The RSC's Gregory Doran investigates whether rural England still boasts such fascinating fauna.

Contributors

Unknown: Gregory Doran

: Murder Most Royal

Why did
Crown Prince Dipendra of Nepal kill his parents - the king and queen - and seven others, then take his own life in 2001? First shown on BBC2

: Everest: Getting to the Bottom of the Mountain

The story of the great mountain and its evolution from Mother Goddess of the high Himalayas, through pawn in the game of Empire, to symbol of man's achievements. With Chris Bonington, Doug Scott and Reinhold Messner.

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Bonington
Unknown: Doug Scott
Unknown: Reinhold Messner

: As 8.30pm.

: Affairs of the Crown - Days That Shook the World

Two scandalous love affairs rocked our monarchy: one cost Anne Boleyn her life, the other cost Edward VIII his crown.

Contributors

Unknown: Anne Boleyn
Unknown: Edward VIII

: as 8pm

: as 9.50pm

: as 11.20pm

: as 8.30pm

: as 8pm









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