The friends land in 17th-century Angola.
A cat that swims underwater. a giant anteater who loves bananas and a focus on African wild dogs.
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Mickey John forgets to eat his lunch.
A treasure chest is found.
Birds are eating all of Ben's seeds.
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A stowaway is discovered on board. (S)
Al the actor poses as Dibble and steals a load of art.
He Heard, She Heard. Claire sneaks out of the house.
Bother on a camping trip. (BW)
Alwyn heads to Luxor, takes a trip up the Nile and visits the Collosusof Memnon.
In Rome, Kevin is overwhelmed by high finance.
How to make the best of vertical gardening. (Revised rpt)
A couple search for an eco-friendly home in Wales.
Director Ed St Giles ; Producer
Richard Whiteley , Nina Myskow and Ian McCaskill quest.
In Syon Park, Twickenham, the remains of a 600-year-old abbey are being unearthed.
More performers try to beat the buzzer.
More tales from the Longleat Safari Park and Estate with Ben Fogle and Kate Humble. The white rhinos have a case of the trots, so Kate experiments with an unusual homeopathic cure.
A comparison of two classic comedies from the pens of Jimmy Perry and David Croft.
Knights of Madness. The platoon stages a re-enactment of the battle between St George and the Dragon.
Director Robert Knights 2761 (non-PDC)
Carnival Time. The staff take part in the town carnival by putting in a float, and Spike produces the tableau. Producer David Croft 341 (non-PDC) VIDEO Plus+ code for7.00-8.00pm
7/10. As his barge pulls in to Castelnaudary, Rick fulfils his boyhood dream of visiting the French Foreign Legion's canteen. There he is inspired to cook a spicy tagine with couscous, before writing a postcard home to Chalky to let him know what he's missing.
Director/Producer David Pritchard
9/12. Changing the Landscape. Growing up in Bolton, Fred's home was surrounded by canals, railway lines, bridges and tunnels; thus whetting his interest in the skills of the men who built them. His zeal for engineering projects has helped viewers to appreciate how human activity has shaped the landscape.
Director/Producer David Hall
3/3. The Dark Lords of Hattusha. More than 3,000 years ago a mysterious civilization rose from nothing to build an empire that rivalled that of Egypt and Babylon. And yet at the height of its powers, this great empire suddenly vanished from history. This is the story of the formidable Hittites, a civilization bent on world domination. With the rediscovery of the capital Hattusha, archaeologists have unearthed more than 30,000 tablets that were used to catalogue the secrets of the Hittite people. Using these deciphered texts, this film re-creates the lost world and tries to explain what caused an empire built to last for ever to vanish so completely from history. See Monday's choice.
Director Martin Wilson (HD)
5/6. Ruby Wax turns her critical eye on her life and career, revealing why she was so bad with boys, why she never made it as a classical actress, how she wished she had listened to her parents' financial advice and her disappointment at failing to crack the USA. Dara O'Briain provides the shoulder to cry - with laughter - on. Features strong language. Series producer Victoria Payne
Executive producer Rebecca Papworth
Analysis of international news reports, with Kirsty Wark. www.bbc.co.uk/newsnight
3/18; series three. There's a surprise in store for the two teams, as the college graduates take on those from "the university of life" in a battle to create the most buzz surrounding a well-known brand's new coffee range. More tomorrow at 11.50pm.
Schools Repeats not indicated
2.00 Razzledazzle Language skills (ages 3-5).
4.00 The Magic Key Animated stories (ages 5-6).