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Lola borrows Lotta's lovely new coat.
Pretend to be a cat, a dog or a rabbit.
Mickey John struggles to be a commentator.
Turning cubes into spheres.
Adam Hart-Davis builds and tests innovations invented by the ancient Mesopotamians.
Producer Martin Kemp ; Exec producer
Westminster news with Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott.
Monty Don appeals on behalf of disability charity Thrive.
Donation details on Sunday at 4.40pm onBBCKS)
Creating a spring woodland garden in Devon.
Business update with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
Director Ida Lupino's electrifying film noir starring Edmond O'Brien and Frank Lovejoy. Family men Roy Collins and Gilbert Bowen set out on a fishing trip, but a hitch-hiker turns their holiday into a nightmare. Review page 54.
8/10. Weeds are tackled in Exmouth, and lavender planted in Oxfordshire.
A trip to Sheffield, home to a dying breed of knife makers.
Tony Tobin and Gino D'Acampo try the culinary test. (5)
Enthusiastic amateurs take on the quiz show champions. Dermot Murnaghan hosts.
It's the peak of the week and Claudia Winkleman has got all the news, gossip and backstage action from the world of Strictly Come Dancing.
The architecture of ancient civilisations was largely dictated by the types of ready available rocks. Dr lain Stewart embarks on a journey through Egypt. Greece and Italy to reveal how the formation of different rocks millions of years ago influenced the Egyptians to build pyramids, the Greeks to create squares and the Romans to form perfect circles.
Producer Paul Olding ; Series producers Belinda Cherrington and Jeremy Phillips
New series The Last Lions of India. The Gir forest in Gujarat. India, is refuge to a big cat whose population is thriving, yet few people even know it exists. Asiatic lions differ in both appearance and behaviour from their African counterparts - they are the big cats of ancient Greece, Rome and the Bible - and in the last 100 years their numbers have grown from just 20 to over 300. It's a rare conservation success story but one that brings new challenges. Dilly Barlow narrates.
Director Harry Marshall ; Series editor Tim Martin The Inside Story: page 94
The grand stately home in Derbyshire houses in its grounds one of the most elusive of British mammals, the stoat. This film follows a family from winter to spring. Producer Robert Yeoman ; Exec producer Vyv Simson
How do fathers and their children cope with the loss of a mother through separation or death? Three single parent families are followed over the course of a year, providing an intimate insight into what happens when men are left holding the baby.
Carl lost his wife Becky to cancer in 2002, leaving him to bring up his lively 12-year-old daughter Naomi by himself. John's wife left him and their three young children to pursue a career. Forty-year-old Piers's wife Marilyn died soon after she gave birth to their second child, leaving him to cope with bereavement, a new-born baby and a two-year-old daughter. Can these men really provide the nurture and support traditionally associated with motherhood?
Director Nick Poyntz ; Producer Paul Dosaj Moment of the Week: page 61
Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
15/18; series three. The teams are given the task of selling a modern art T-shirt design.
12.00 16/18; series three. The last three candidates attend job interviews with CEOs from billion-dollar companies. Who will be rejected?
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2.00 Priestley Shorts An Inspector Calls. Analysis of key scenes. Followed by Study Ireland: Poetry
4.00 Miller Shorts Arthur Miller discusses the writing of four of his plays. With excerpts featuring Dustin Hoffman and Warren Mitchell.