An Oni mask is auctioned.
Migo must guess Yugo's secret word. (S)
3/6 How disaster struck the HMS Pandora when it was sent to seize Bounty mutineers.
Hi-tech farming methods and the creation of our first cities.
Westminster news, with Prime Minister's Questions at 12 noon.
Global Swarming. How do swarms of animals form?
2/6. Chris Packham offers tips on how to track down remains of creatures from the ice age.
The series continues on 1 March. Producer Paul Greenan ; Exec Producer Tony Parker First shown on BBC4 (S
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3/5. Inspired by Beethoven's Pastoral Symphony, Aled Jones visits the Forest of Dean. Hear the piece featured in the programme on In Tune on BBC Radio 3 at 5pm
8/10 An inexperienced proprietor in Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex. Producer Hannah Springham ; Series producer Lisa Hazlehurst
Nick Nairn and Antony Worrall Thompson frantically cook against the clock.
More surprises in the sale room as Paul Martin pays a visit to Bournemouth. (Revised repeat)
Serving up modern European food at
Jamie Oliver 's alma mater, the River Cafe in London.
6/10. Will the Lord be merciful when the Rev Pat Robson appears in court on a speeding charge?
Producer Nigel Farrell ; Executive producer Paul Sommers
6/12. St Mary's, Orchardleigh. Has the church become the ultimate wedding accessory or is the marriage service bringing people back to God? The beautiful church at Orchardleigh in Somerset has become a favourite spot for couples tying the knot, but a new vicar is determined to reduce the number.
Bill Paterson narrates. The series returns on 1 March.
Director/Producer Roger Childs www.bbc.co.uk/religion
Big Sky Bears. In Montana's Rocky Mountains, a black bear gives birth to two tiny cubs, but it will take all her skill and plenty of luck if the twins are to survive the summer and learn to fend for themselves while avoiding wolves, coyotes and grizzlies. Narrated by Jeremy Northam. The series returns on 1 March. Producer Phil Savoie ; Series editor Tim Martin
How Formby on Merseyside remains one of the last strongholds for red squirrels. Producer Roger Webb ; Series producer Wendy Darke
5/6. The versatile actress's Lancashire roots are a far cry from the world of PR experienced by her character Bubble on Absolutely Fabulous. Her ancestors form part of the town of Rawtenstall's cotton-weaving heritage, but the uncovering of some unknown relatives also reveals a mysterious black sheep in the family. Family Ties is at 10pm on BBC4.
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5/6. Clare. The ship crosses paths with Clare
Winchester, the famous round-the-galaxy solo spacewoman. Guest-starring Sally Phillips.
Writers Kevin Cecil and Andy Riley ; Director John Henderson
Producer Alex Walsh-Taylor Repeated next Sunday
Hosted by Kirsty Wark.
3/10. A look at four British Pakistanis' efforts to help victims of the earthquake in Pakistan, plus a preview of new drama Bangla Nights Banquet to be shown on BBC2 this spring and music from rapper Ms Scandalous. Producer Gurdip Bhangoo ; Exec producer Tommy Nagra
3/7. George Bush has a message for the boy scouts in the show that re-edits news to comic effect.
Schools Repeats not indicated
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