New series 1/8. As The Money Programme strand returns, Max Flint investigates the murky world of industrial espionage, where phone taps, secret filming, break-ins and deception are commonplace. Director/Producer Rob Lemkin
Following two sets of rarely filmed predators as they struggle to raise families on a remote island in the Canadian Arctic. As a pair of white gyrfalcons seek Arctic hares to feed their recently hatched young, the cameras home in on a wolf's den from which cubs should emerge any day.
BBC WILDLIFE MAGAZINE: February's issue includes an interview with Sir David Attenborough. On sale now, price £3.25
New series 1/4. Following on from the success of The Choir in 2006, choirmaster Gareth Malone sets himself a new challenge - to lead out a 100-strong all-boys choir at London's Royal Albert Hall. His raw material are pupils from Lancaster School, Leicester, a boys-only state school where singing at assembly has not featured since the 1970s, and the prevailing attitude is, to put it mildly, sceptical. Strong language. Directors/Producers Rob McCabe and Harry Beney The choir boyz: page 26
New series 1/6. The 200th episode heralds a new run of the influential music show, as Radiohead perform songs from their album In Rainbows. Also appearing are Dionne Warwick , Mary J Blige , singer/ songwriter Cat Power and Toronto-based Feist.
Series producer Alison Howe Late and greater: page 31; some of the best performances from Later.... are at www.radiotimes.com/jools-holland
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