Squiglet draws a lamb called Lenny.
Cara's problems go from bad to worse.
Kate Humble and Ben Fogle observe a record-breaking shark and a huge green turtle.
Presented by Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott.
Financial reports with Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.
Advice on plants to mask the smell of a barbecue.
An experiment is constructed to test the preconceptions accompanying physical attractiveness.
Dominic Littlewood investigates a holiday company for allegedly ruining a family break in Thailand.
Alistair Appleton meets a couple keen to make the move to rural
Lincolnshire. (Revised rpt)
Paul Martin finds a wealth of extraordinary artefacts at Snowshill Manor near Cheltenham.
Will the eco-conscious Dick and James Strawbridge bring in home-grown produce?
Melissa Porter and Rhodri Owen try to find the UK's best converted mews properties.
Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
A very early start leaves five tired and grumpy adventurers trying to find a mountain - in the dark and with neither maps nor guides.
6/13; series two. Reset. in an edited version of yesterday's episode, Martha Jones goes undercover in a medical-testing centre to investigate a series of mysterious deaths. See yesterday's choice.
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G'day again: page 59
Freema Agyeman answers One Final Question: page Programme guide at www.radiotimes.com/torchwood
Capt Jack Harkness:
6/13. An interview with Freema Agyeman. Shown yesterday at 9.50pm
The semi-finalists are sent to different restaurants to hone their skills before having to present a two-course meal to three of the toughest food critics in country, who will decide which one of the four will not be making it through to the final.
John Torode and Gregg Wallace present.
New series 1/6. The droll duo return with a guide to the ancient art of padlock-folding, the man who can't quite control his passion for football, and the world's most inebriated sleuth, Sir Digby Chicken Caesar.
Plus some Stone Age technophobes try to get their heads around this newfangled thing called bronze.
Producer Gareth Edwards ; Director David Kerr (HD) Just joking: page 22
1/6; series two. The award-winning comedian's assortment of quirky and oddball characters. Siobhan Redmond guest-stars.
Producer Geoffrey Perkins ; Director Gordon Anderson
2/3. In an attempt to get some editing work, Matt invites the great TV historian and renowned food snob, Bamber Jones , over for dinner. Concludes tomorrow at 10pm. See yesterday's choice.
For cast see Wednesday (HD) The Inside Story: page
With Kirsty Wark.
Followed by Weather
2/4. South Africa to Madagascar Simon Reeve comes face to face with the Zimbabwean refugee crisis and encounters giant rats while helping to clear land mines. Shown on Sunday at 8pm
Schools Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Mapping Crime 47984 3.00 Indigenous Peoples: Climate and Eco-Systems 29803 4.00 World 76209 5.00 Living with Globalisation