Live coverage from the third quarter-final in this year's
Masters from Wembley Arena. Joining host Ray Stubbs in the studio are Steve Davis and John Parrott. The commentators are Clive Everton, Dennis Taylor , Willie Thorne and John Virgo.
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Ray Stubbs introduces live coverage of the last remaining quarter-final tie at this year's Masters. Chinese youngster Ding Junhui upset the odds by beating Stephen Lee 6-2 at this stage last year and, if he survived his first-round tie against John Higgins , will be hoping for a repeat dispatch tonight. 0 Digital viewers can access additional coverage from 11.00am until the close of play via the red button
L Earth Pilgrim a Year on Dartmoor. This exquisitely photographed film sees world-renowned ecologist and former Jain monk Satish Kumar exploring the ancient woods and rivers of Dartmoor through the changing seasons, revealing and reflecting on a wealth of wildlife including red deer, emperor moths, kestrels and foxes.
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3/3. Egypt: the Desert. In the last of his physical explorations of world religions, Peter Owen Jones
- crosses the Egyptian desert with a group of Bedouin to visit the monastery founded by the father of Christian monasticism, St Antony. There he meets Father
Lazarus, who tells him that the path to enlightenment entails constant assaults by the devil and his demons. With this in mind, Jones embarks on three weeks of complete isolation, devoid of any physical comforts, in a cave high in the mountains above the monastery. Director/Producer Graham Johnston
Alan Davies , Jo Brand , Phil Kay and Rich Hall are awarded points for "quite interesting" answers to unfeasibly difficult questions. Stephen Fry , as ever, is the arbiter and quizmaster.
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First Contact. Picard and Troi attempt to help Riker when he is injured and stranded on a developing planet.
3.10 Galaxy's Child. Geordi looks forward to escorting the Enterprise's engine designer around the ship, and the crew try to save an orphaned alien.
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