Dad prepares the family for the birth.
Ned sees a shooting star.
Insects and creatures with tails.
The golden age of Islamic discovery is recounted with visits to the palaces of Alhambra in Spain and the souks of Cairo. Producer Will Aslett; Series producer
Coverage of Prime Minister's Questions. Presented by Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott.
Lush tropical forets, white sand beaches and reasonably priced property in Belize.
Presented by Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
Designers revamp cramped areas. (Revised rpt)
Angela Rippon and the team look for bargains and enjoy the scenery and architecture to the Art Deco town of Grottammare in central Italy.
Series producers Alex Reed and Richard Farmbrough
Paul Atterbury looks at Mary Queen of Scots' personal effects,
Paul Martin gets to learn how to play croquet.
Lesley Waters and Gino
D'Acampo use English wines when competing to create the most popular dish.
Anne Robinson piles on the pressure.
Winter Estuaries. Chris Packham visits his favourite birdwatching site in Kent. Plus the arrival of whooper swans to Solway Firth and wildlife in Poole Harbour. (5)
All the latest gossip from the training rooms.
5/8. Dublin to Derry. How the sea has shaped the island that is Ireland - both north and south.
Miranda Krestovnikoff joins the punters at a unique horse race by the sea, Alice Roberts is sent to the Irish salt mines, and Mark Horton investigates a lost year in the life of SS Great Britain, the world's first ocean liner.
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Brecklands. Bill Oddie explores the grasslands of East Anglia, home to stoats, hares and Britain's largest spider.
2/5. A look of despair hangs on Oz Clarke 's face as he contemplates the prospect of James May ever becoming a wine buff. The mismatched pair visit an oyster farm in Montpellier and a bullfighting festival in Beziers, as James takes up Oz's challenge to cook a meal and find the perfect wine to accompany it. Director Mark Powell ; Executive producer Nick Shearman
Signed repeat next Thursday on BBC1
Tosh is given an alien pendant that allows her to hear other people's thoughts, but it also leads her to question her commitment to the team.
See Sunday's choice.
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Capt Jack Harkness:
5/14; series five. Potato People. Jonny and Louise get into trouble with some rampaging kids.
Writer Daniel Peak ; Producer Stephen McCrum
Director Gareth Carrivick
Sulphur. The behaviour of sulphur.
Director Tim Kirkby ; Producers Peter Serafinowicz and Robert Popper
With Jeremy Paxman.
17/21; series two. The Secret of My Excess. Anna's erratic behaviour lands her in hot water.
12.0018/21. Diet Hard. The cafe's opening night doesn't go well for Egg. Continues tomorrow 1120pm. Writer William Gaminara For cast see Monday
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