Squiglet creates a park-keeping hedgehog.
Following young animals as they grow up.
Dennis helps two robbers.
The contestants practise their escapology routines.
The gang visit an apparent amusement park.
Followed by Diddy Dick & Dom
The stories behind rescued Californian marine animals.
Simon Gompertz looks into the latest renewal energy schemes in Portugal.
Two tigers undergo risky operations. (Revised rpt)
A psychological hidden-camera stunt in a shop. Continues weekday afternoons.
The case of a washing machine that has been repaired eight times in five months.
Searching for a property in Cornwall. (Revised repeat)
With guests Tim Vincent and Diane Louise Jordan.
Searching for Britain's best mill conversion. Continues weekdays at 5.15pm. Solar-powered welcome light: page 40
Quiz show hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
Executive producers Mike Beale , Andy Culpin , Rob Dean and David Young
Ben chooses four of the top explorers from the series to accompany him in realising a childhood dream - scaling Venezuela's mighty Mount Roraima. Director/Producer Lucy Bing
2/5. A photographic record of the Middle East's rebirth in the early 20th century after the fall of the Ottoman Empire, where the first steps were taken towards the creation of a new state of Israel. Director Rosie Schellenberg ; Series editor David Okuefuna
(Revised repeat from BBC4)
With another place in the final up for grabs, tonight's specialist subjects are the novels of Joanne Harris , the Cricket World Cup, Mary Tudor and the life of Robert Clive - aka Clive of India.
Director Derek Hallworth ; Producer Jon Kelly
Christ Church College, Oxford, take on the University of Manchester in a bid to reach the final. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions.
Director Tracey Rooney ; Producer Irene Daniels
It's the first day of the semi-finals, and six contestants are asked to prepare a chicken dish; the two least successful cooks will be sent home.
Director Malcolm Donkin : Series producer Putul Verma BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: John Torode and Gregg Wallace reveal their pick of the contestants' recipes in the March issue. On sale now, price E2.99
5/5. It's been a turbulent year for the members of Tribewanted, having survived scam accusations, a military coup, money problems and a fire. But their goal of creating a Fijian eco-haven is finally reaching fruition. Co-founder Ben tackles sustainability, welcoming taskmaster James Strawbridge to improve the island's recycling methods. Meanwhile, preparations are under way to celebrate the community's first anniversary. Director/Producer Barnaby Peel Rptd tomorrow 1120pm
3/6. Karl tries to kill himself, but has a change of heart at the last minute. Karen discovers she has a stalker.
Writers Sharon Horgan and Dennis Kelley ; Director
Tristram Shapeero : Producer Phil Bowker First shown on BBC3
Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
Editor Peter Barron www.bbc.co.uk/newsnight Why I love .. : www.radiotimes.com/newsnight-blog Followed by Weather
An investigation into extinction, using the dodo's tragic story as a cautionary tale. But is mankind solely to blame for the current crisis of decreasing animal species? Narrated by Dilly Barlow. Producer Michael Lachmann
Executive producer Matthew Barrett
Languages & Travel Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Suenos World Spanish 1-16 An introduction to Spanish. With in-vision English subtitles.