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How far has our food travelled before it gets to our plates? Plus surf lifesaving in Devon, and training to be a radio journalist and an archaeologist.
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International Rescue is framed.
Benny loses $2,000 in a poker game.
Mom's Away 1/2. Michael is left in charge of the house and kids. Concludes tomorrow.
Korean War drama.
Robert Ryan is Lieutenant Benson, who confronts more than the enemy while guiding his platoon to safety. Review page 44.
Director Anthony Mann (1957)
A family wants to flee
Nottingham for self-sufficient living in Lincolnshire.
Sudoku and general knowledge combine for the quiz.
Big Brother survivors
Kate Lawler and Lisa I'Anson cook with Brian Turner and Antony Worrall Thompson.
New series A 13-year-old stand-up and an acrobatic family are among acts trying to win over the audience in a daily talent show that offers a cash prize and a chance to be champion.
Hosted by Brian Conley.
New series It's a life and death drama as keepers perform an emergency caesarean on Imogen the giraffe, and a secret camera captures the birth of lion cubs. Presenters Ben Fogle and Kate Humble learn how to be guides at Longleat House in just one day - but will they be hired or fired?
4/9. A recap of the Scottish gems highlighted by Griff Rhys Jones , Ptolemy Dean and Marianne Suhr last Friday. There's still time to vote for a fine civic building, a 400-year-old church or Scotland's oldest purpose-built lighthouse. Continues at 9pm, Friday. Executive producers Nikki Cheetham and Annette Clarke ; Series editor Jeremy Cross www.bbc.co.uk/restoration VOTING DETAILS: lines for this episode close at 12 midnight tomorrow. Contact details on Friday
The history of the modern marathon, Dawn French's show The Vicar ofDibley, the life and times of Anne Frank , and Middle Egyptian literature are the black chair bafflers. John Humphrys is the inquisitor. Director Derek Hallworth ; Producer Victoria Roye
The University of York takes on Harris Manchester College, Oxford, in another first-round match. Jeremy Paxman fires the questions.
Director Sue McMahon ; Producer Irene Daniels
2/3. Joanna Lumley , Barry Humphries , Stephen Fry , John Mortimer , John Sergeant , Craig Brown and Craig Raine join Griff Rhys Jones. Since his death in 1983, Betjeman has remained one of Britain's most popular poets. His Collected Poems has sold over two million copies, and the enduring themes of love, death, faith, and pretty girls have given his work widespread appeal. He's the Bertie Wooster of light verse, but this sometimes means that his work isn't taken too seriously. Griff re-appraises the man and his work, with critics, fans and admirers.
Director James Runcie ; Executive producer Charles Brand
Barry Humphries is also in Turn Back Time on Wednesday at 10pm The September issue of Homes & Antiques has a feature on Betjeman's daughter, Candida Lycett Green. Out now, priced E3.30 Poetic justice, plus collected poems offer: page 22
Nicholas Crane visits Cornwall and discovers the stories behind many shipwrecks. (Revised rpt)
3/8. The Moon. As Kath and Kel prepare for the honeymoon they never had, Sharon's desperate for the pregnant Kim to go with her to a class reunion.
First shown on Living TV
Kath Day Knight:
Presented by Gavin Esler.
Editor Peter Barron www.bbc.co.uk/newsnight
Celebrity entertainer Alfons Haider ; an art collector with links to the Hapsburg empire; and the godfather of shock art Hermin Nitsche , are among characters encountered in the home of the waltz.
Kirsty Wark and Simon Davis also go backstage at the local version of Strictly Come Dancing.
Producer Barry Egan ; Series producer Kathryn Ross
Languages and Travel Repeats are not indicated
1.00 Japanese Language and People 1-10 Aspects of daily life - from working and shopping, to eating and entertaining. With in-vision subtitles.