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The gang makes cut-outs of Bella.
Rover and Ted swap personalities.
Adventures with the bear.
Adam Hart-Davis explores the legacy of the Egyptians.
Producer Jane Cameron
Coverage of Prime Minister's Questions. Presented by Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott.
Julia Botfield and Jeremy Milnes offer advice on moving down the property ladder.
Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw with financial news.
Designers revamp small outdoor spaces. (Revised repeat)
Contestants take a tour of a flea market in the Italian town of Arezzo in search of antiques.
Series producer Alex Reed ; Series editor Richard Farmbrough
John Craven learns about the dangerous life of a coachman in the days of highwaymen.
Paul Martin visits Wrexham with experts Philip Serrell and Kate Bliss , valuing antiques before heading to auction.
Chefs James Martin and Tony Tobin race to create a meal in just 20 minutes.
Anne Robinson piles the pressure on the contestants.
Three more competing quiz teams tackle Sudoku and general knowledge questions.
Traumas from the training room are revealed as Claudia Winkleman delivers the latest gossip.
2/8. Holyhead to Liverpool. The rugged north Wales coast reveals one of the longest-living animals and how a shipwrecked child changed medicine. Continues tomorrow at 8pm. Shown last Thursday Take out a six-month subscription to Radio Times for only F28.60 and get the new Coast book. Call [number removed] (calls cost max 8p per min) or visit subscribeonline.co.uk/radiotimes and enter code RTP
The Bear Man of Kamchatka. Are grizzly bears really that dangerous? Canadian naturalist Charlie Russell doesn't think so, and he believes our disproportionate fear of the animals is driving them to extinction. For the past ten years, Russell has raised orphaned grizzly cubs in the wilds of Russia's Kamchatka peninsula. He strives to teach his cubs the skills they'll need to survive in the wild, but his greatest challenge is to prove to the world that man and bear can live side by side. Producers Jeff Turner and Sue Turner ; Series editor Tim Martin
Repeated next Sunday www.bbc.co.uk/nature
A pair of roe deer have made their home in a cemetery in urban Scotland.
Producer Mark Flowers ; Series producer Wendy Darke
4/13. Cyberwoman. What terrible secret is Ianto Jones hiding beneath the Torchwood building?
Writer Chris Chibnall ; Producer Richard Stokes ; Director James Strong
Shown Sunday BBC3
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Captain Jack Harkness:
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2/14; series five. Donna discovers she's inherited her mum's house, while Jonny's suffering from agoraphobia after his run in with a police marksman.
Writer Susan Nickson ; Director Gareth Carrivick
Producer Stephen McCrum
The spoof science education series looks at H20.
With Martha Kearney in London and Gavin Esler in Washington DC.
Fantasy Football. While Miles worries he might have HIV, Anna aims to swap sex for court cases.
12.00 Family Outing. Warren struggles to keep his sex life a secret from his inquisitive cousin Kira. There's another double bill tomorrow at 11.20pm. <s)
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2.00 Key Stage 3 Bitesize Revision: Maths 3 Subjects ranging from ratios to probability. 79688 4.00 Access to Learning: Go for It! Choices. A secondary school programme designed to help youngsters with severe learning difficulties cope with everyday life.