Live coverage of the remaining men's singles quarter-finals in the World Indoor championships at Hopton-on-Sea, Norfolk. Bowls Extra is at 1.05am.
Digital viewers can watch live coverage from 10am to 7pm
Tiger Kill. Veteran wildlife photographer and film-maker Simon King travels to India in the hope of cracking one of natural history's toughest challenges - to document a tiger making a kill. King, however, has never seen a wild tiger before, so he teams up with local expert Alphonse Roy who, despite 17 years in the jungles of India, is yet to see a kill. Producer Harry Marshall ; Executive producer Laura Marshall
BBC WILDLIFE MAGAZINE: February's issue includes an interview with Sir David Attenborough. On sale 17 January, price E3.25
In 2006, choirmaster Gareth Malone set himself the challenge of creating a choir capable of competing
- on a world stage at a school that had never had a choir before. In the space of nine months, 25 teenagers from Northolt High School in north-west London went from being singing novices to participants in the World Choir Games in China. The Choir Revisited looks back at their amazing year.
Executive producer Jamie Isaacs The Inside Story: page
Alan Davies , Phill Jupitus , Clive Anderson and Rich Hall are quizzed by the erudite Stephen Fry as they discuss bombs, bats and bagpipes.
Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer John Lloyd Why we watch 0/: www.radiotimes.com/qi-blog
Grim western starring Gary Grimes. Determined to become a cowboy, 16-year-old Ben Mockridge joins a cattle drive. But a gun battle brings a brutal reality to his idyllic view of the Wild West. Review page 43.
Director Dick Richards (1972)
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