An archaeologist excavates more than she expected as Paul and Barry work nearby as rabbit wardens. Featuring Mary Roscoe. Written by Dominic MacDonald
Repeat Subtitled ....................................
Olympic athlete Linford Christie travels the UK in search of new record attempts. Today a young show jumper attempts to break the course record at Hickstead.
With Kate Sanderson and Jez Edwards.
The next programme is on Friday.
An intimate portrait of the staff and animals of London Zoo, showing in 14 twice-weekly episodes.
In this first programme, keeper Rachel Jones moves four metric tons of sand into a new locust display, The next episode is tomorrow at 7pm.
See today's choices. Producer Sara Hardy
Series producer Michael Houldey
Digital widescreen * "It's a dirty job....but I want to do it": page 28
A one-off factual entertainment programme in which top chef
Jean Christophe Novelli trades places with amateur cook Jane Barry. His challenge is to cook for her demanding family in their small kitchen while she tries out her skills in his prestigious restaurant in London's Mayfair. Presenter Gaby Roslin uses a motorbike to travel between the kitchens and follow their progress.
Producer Alison Sharman ; Series producer Jane Lush Subtitled ..........................
Chain Gang. Del seizes the opportunity to buy 250 18-carat gold chains from a retired jeweller.
Written by John Sullivan ; Director
Tony Dow ; Producer Gareth Gwenlan
Repeat Subtitled ....
Carol Smillie takes the live midweek National Lottery Draw on the road around the UK.
Series producer Siobhan Mulholland
Digital widescreen NOTE: previous winning numbers from lottery draws are available on Ceefax page 555 or by calling
Continuing the London-based fly-on-the-wall series.
This week Jackie takes a trip to Dover to come to terms with her attitude to her life as a prostitute, and Rob, Neil's new colleague at the lettings agency, makes a citizens arrest. Meanwhile, Claude and Claudia call a truce in time for the re-launch of their scooter shop, but this doesn't stop
Claudia from keeping celebrity guest Stirling Moss waiting.
Producer Vanessa Frances ; Series editor
As the UK release of Star Wars: Episode / - the Phantom Menace approaches, this documentary looks behind the scenes of the new film, and at the Star Wars phenomenon in general. It includes visits to the film set in Tunisia plus interviews with Lucas, former and current cast members, and others. See today's choices. Director James Erskine
Producer Richard Downes
Digital widescreen # Jedi knight fever: page 24
First in a four-part series exploring people's changing relationships with their bodies over a lifetime.
Eighteen Till I Die. Middle-aged men and women describe how they cope with balding, the menopause, greying hair and a body that has started to wrinkle and sag. This film contains explicit images of body parts.
Director Lucy Blakstad ; Executive producer Clare Paterson Digital widescreen
Dr Watson discovers that sleuth
Sherlock Holmes is addicted to cocaine, and tricks him into a trip to Vienna for treatment by Sigmund Freud. Director Herbert Ross (1976 15)
* See Rims: pp 52-56 **
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