Scruffy acquires an Oni mask.
Double bill of construction capers.
What's in Little Bo's rucksack?
2/6. Will a 300-year-old wreck uncovered in the waters off North Carolina provide hard evidence that Blackbeard the pirate really existed?
The military equipment that was the key to their success.
Westminster news, with Prime Minister's Questions at 12 noon.
Antique hunting in Libourne in the Dordogne. (Revised rpt)
1/6. Chris Packham encourages viewers to explore the countryside.
(First shown on BBC4)
8/10. investigating the mysterious 18th-century death of the last jester to work at Berkeley Castle in Gloucestershire. <s) www.open2.net/historymysteries
3/10. What will be the verdict of the covert evaluator who's about to check in for the night at an ungraded Gloucestershire B&B? Producer Hannah Springham ; Series producer Lisa Hazlehurst
Antiques expert Paul Martin and property pundit Catherine Gee get down and gourmet.
Will a flock of flamingos who land at Longleat Safari Park take to their new home? (Revised repeat)
The challenge of cooking at trendy London brasserie the Living Room is among today's tests.
5/10. Boscastie's bid to get back on the tourist map looks to be heading for disaster. Meanwhile the Truro Cathedral choir launch a big fund-raising campaign. Producer Nigel Farrell ; Executive producer Paul Sommers
5/12. Mount Zion church used to be at the heart of a unique village of orphans near Glasgow. Now it looks set to become luxury flats, but not if one determined group has its way. Bill Paterson narrates.
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Stalking the Jaguar. Filming South America's most mysterious predator in the wild is a huge challenge. Equipped with amphibious buggies big cat specialists Owen Newman and Amanda Barrett head for Brazil's Pantanal, where the film-makers start to wonder just who is stalking whom.
Producers Amanda Barrett and Owen Newman ; Series editor Tim Martin Rptd next Sunday www.bbc.co.uk/nature BBC WILDLIFE MAGAZINE: the February issue has an article on Owen Newman and Amanda Barrett 's jaguar trail. On sale now, E3.25 Moment of the week: page 57
It's an early summer's evening on the Mendip Hills in Somerset and badgers are waking. Producer Roger Webb : Series producer Wendy Darke
4/6. Julian Clary. It's like reading a good novel says the outrageous comedian as he explores his family tree. He traces his grandfather's bravery as a flight engineer in the First World War, the prejudice and poverty suffered by his German immigrant great-grandfather. and uncovers a secret heritage on his mother's side. Family Ties is at 10pm on BBC4. Director Emily Sheilds; Series producer Lucy Carter
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4/6. Asteroid. Henderson hopes for a peace prize for hosting peace talks between feuding alien species.
Writers Kevin Cecil and Andy Riley ; Director John Henderson Producer Alex Walsh-Taylor Repeated next Sunday
Space Marshall Clarke:
Hosted by Kirsty Wark.
2/10. A look at the freedom of expression in Asian theatre. Plus a visit to Lahore's historical red light district of Heera Mandi , and the Mogul-inspired architecture of Sezincote House in the Cotswolds.
Producer Gurdip Bhangoo ; Exec producer Tommy Nagra
2/7. George Bush pops up on What's My
Line? in the show that re-edits news to comic effect.
Director Steve Connelly ; Producer Geoff Atkinson
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