Learning about endangered species at Port Lympne and Howlett's Animal Parks in Kent.
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Bob's dad Robert arrives in the valley.
This week's episodes written by Wayne Jackman.
The working lives of six adults and their pre-school children's days with Granny Murray.
Flowers save the day.
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A swamp becomes infected.
Through Thick and Thin. Jay puts on weight.
Grandpa feels neglected. (BW)
Rob Pittam starts a week-long look at the fruit picking business.
How does Rome compare with Blackpool?
Second World War drama with Gregory Peck as an RAF pilot whose plane crashes in the Burmese jungle, leaving him at the mercy of the occupying Japanese forces. Review page 42.
Director Robert Parrish (1954) Film Trivia: page 49
Linda Barker. Peter Sissons and Anna Walker guest.
The new lion cubs are thriving but have been playing too rough and now both have injured a leg. Series producer Susanne Curran ; Executive producers
Annette Clarke and Chris Powell
6/9. A recap of the gems from Northern Ireland visited by Griff Rhys Jones , Ptolemy Dean and Marianne Suhr last Friday. Votes are still being accepted on a Georgian schoolhouse that was the first in Ireland to educate girls, a fortified house on the edge of Belfast that harboured an infamous
British spy, and a tiny church on the Antrim coast. The series continues at 9pm on 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
RT DIRECT: order the accompanying hardback book for just
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Tackling the history of the Hammer films
1945-1983, the Little House novels by Laura Ingalls , the British motorcycle industry from 1945 to and the Rolling Stones. With John Humphrys. Director Derek Hallworth ; Producer Victoria Roye
The University of Brighton and the Imperial School of Medicine are hurried by guizmaster
Jeremy Paxman as they fight for a place in the second round. Director Sue McMahon ; Producer Irene Daniels
New series1/3. Revealing some of the world's greatest lost cities and solving the mystery of why they disappeared by following scientific clues.
The Vanished Capital of the Pharaoh. Rediscovering the legendary city of Piramesse, a magnificent ancient capital built 3,000 years ago by the Egyptian pharaoh Ramesses the Great, who lavished it with statues and obelisks, temples and palaces designed to awe all those who entered. What was once a teeming metropolis, a gateway to ancient Egypt, was lost for thousands of years and the quest to find it became one of archaeology's great prizes. But why when it was located, was it found to be in the wrong place, somewhere Ramesses could not possibly have built it? The series continues tomorrow at 9pm.
Director Mark Everest (HD)
4/8. Obsession. Kim ponders her role in life as a wife, while Sharon decides to take up Irish dancing in order to win back Mark.
First shown on Living TV
Presented by Emily Maitlis.
Editor Peter Barron www.bbc.co.uk/newsnight
The history of the broadcasting revolution that followed the Second World War as radio underwent a change in its output, TV became a new challenger to the dominance of the wireless, and the BBC's monopoly ended with the emergence of ITV in 1955. Producer Myfanwy Marshall
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1.00 Deutsch Plus German language soap made especially for beginners.