Further coverage of the quarter-finals of the World Professional Darts championship from the Lakeside Country Club, including highlights from the two matches played yesterday. Phill Nixon sent another seed crashing out of the tournament at this stage last year. defeating Paul Hanvidge 5-4 in a thrilling game.
Presented by Ray Stubbs and Bobby George , with commentary from Tony Green and David Croft. Digital viewers can access uninterrupted live coverage from 5.50pm until the end of play via the red button
5/10. Ben Fogle and Kate Humble join the search for Darcy the antelope. Meanwhile, as Lord Bath takes us on a tour of his extensive wardrobe, there are dramatic developments on Gorilla Island, marking the end of an era at Longleat.
Live coverage of the third quarter-final on day seven of the World Professional Darts championship at Lakeside Country Club in Frimley Green, where victory in the best-of-nine-sets match will secure the player a place in the last four. Presented by Ray Stubbs and Bobby George , with commentary from Tony Green and David Croft.
Digital viewers can access uninterrupted live coverage from
5.50pm until the end of play via the red button
Raising Sancho. The affecting story of a giant otter cub rescued and raised by Brazilian naturalist Carolina Vargas. The creature has to be bottle fed, taught how to fish and how to survive the many predators of the Pantanal - the world's biggest wetland. Eventually Carolina will have to break their bond and return
Sancho to a life in the wild. Robert Bathurst narrates. Director/Producer Lucy Meadows
The story of a painter and decorator with a passion for the natural world, diving to adventure in Leicestershire and uncovering aquatic wildlife and behaviour patterns. Showing in the Wild strand. Presented byJenny Eclair. Producer Simon Bell ; Executive producer Vyv Simson
2/3. India: the River. Peter Owen Jones attends the Kumbh Mela festival on the banks of the Ganges, where seven million Hindus gather to wash away their sins in the sacred waters. Seeking out the holy men of the faith, he's advised that the true path to enlightenment involves a period of physical austerity. Producer Graham Johnston
Executive producer Jean-Claude Bragard
In an edition from 2004, Alan Davies , Jo Brand , Sean Lock and Bill Bailey give "quite interesting" answers to questions on blues, beetles and baguettes.
Stephen Fry provides the schoolmasterly sagacity.
Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer John Lloyd
Action from this evening's two remaining quarter-finals on day seven at the Lakeside World Professional championship, where the successful players will earn places in tomorrow's semi-finals. Presented by Ray Stubbs and Bobby George.
Devil's Due. Picard and the crew challenge a woman who claims to be a galactic devil.
2.45 Clues. The Enterprise crew lose consciousness after passing through a wormhole. When they come around, Data tells them they lost only 30 seconds, but the ship suggests something different.
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