8/10. Creatures of the Deep. Marine invertebrates are extraordinarily diverse, ranging from some of the most primitive creatures on the planet to some of the most intelligent. High points tonight include giant spider crabs emerging from the deep to moult. See choice, page 68. Shown yesterday on BBC1
New. Filmed over the course of 18 months, this documentary sheds light on the circumstances that led Equatorial Guinea's president Teodoro Obiang Ngeuma Mbasogo to imprison British-born mercenary Simon Mann , who claimed to be part of an organised Western plot to seize control of Obiang's country. See panel.
New series. 1/13; series two. Tim Key , Mark Watson and Alex Home host as Jenni Murray competes with Martin Offiah in the anarchic quiz in which all the questions are provided by members of the public. See panel.
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