Echo of the Elephants. Celebrating 25 years of the wildlife strand Natural
World with five classic episodes. First off, David Attenborough and Cynthia Moss narrate a documentary about an elephant and her family.
9.05 My Halcyon River. A typical
British waterway is explored, revealing the habits of otters, mink and kingfishers. More tomorrow at 7pm. See page 48. First shown on BBC2
11/13. Ellen declines Patty's offer of a job, but agrees to work voluntarily on the Frobisher case.
11.2012/13. Ellen is asked to guard incriminating documents in the wake of Fiske's suicide.
12.05am 13/13. Events surrounding the Frobisher case and David's killing reach a dramatic conclusion. Starring Glenn Close , Rose Byrne and Ted Danson. See panel. First shown on BBC1
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