A ride in the Ninky Nonk.
Adam Hart-Davis builds and tests some of the inventions from the world of ancient Greece.
Series producer Ian Potts
Prime Minister's Questions.
An investigation into an issue that has affected many deaf Deoole With voiceover.
Rptd next week on BBCKSMSL)
Presented by Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.
The keepers are hoping for a lot of otter love and there's a great escape involving sea lion Laddie.
Series producer Chris Powell
Sudden Death. Phil Kreuger , the unpopular owner of a football club, is found dead.
In Warrington, Paul Martin meets a man who lives in harmony with nature.
With presenter Kaye Adams and Taggart star Blythe Duff. BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: see
Ainsley Harriott 's family kitchen in the April issue. On sale now, priced £3.10
Four property possibilities for a couple looking to move to Ludlow in Shropshire.
Quiz, hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
The chefs of the Central region, Sat Bains and Glynn Purnell , present their main courses, which are neck of lamb and veal fillet respectively.
Southport to Dover. Neil Oliver revisits defining moments of the series, which include reports from north-west England, Scotland and the Outer Hebrides, the Shetland Isles and south-east England.
Producer Paul Barnett ; Exec producer William Lyons
Lobo. In the autumn of 1893, a man called
Ernest Thompson Seton rode into the wilds of New Mexico to kill a marauding cattle-killer of a wolf nicknamed "Lobo". What happened next would change for ever the way Americans saw their wilderness.
The book he wrote about his experiences was the first to portray wolves in a positive light. It went on to inspire a generation of naturalists, including David Attenborough , who narrates.
Producer Brian Leith ; Series editor Tim Martin
A portrait of the wildlife residents of Squam Lake in New Hampshire, USA, location for the Oscar-winning film On Golden Pond. Producer Tom Fitz ; Executive producer Vyv Symson
New series 1/8. Architectural historian and writer
Dan Cruickshank presents a portrait of humanity through architecture, celebrating it as a creative force by exploring the greatest cities, buildings and monuments in the world. This opening episode examines the concept of beauty in architecture and finds him building an igloo in Greenland and then visiting the imposing Giant Buddha of Leshan in China, the baroque extravagance of Catherine Palace in St Petersburg, the sexually explicit Sun Temple in Konark, India, and the ingenious Albi Cathedral in France.
Executive produce Basil Comely Built to last: page 28
2/12. A task involving laundry has sent one of the contestants down the drain. Bra millionairess Michelle Mone
, businessman Sir Gerry Robinson and sports presenter Clare Balding pore over the dirty linen. The Apprentice: Worst Decisions Ever is tomorrow at 9pm. Director Stuart McDonald ; Editor Sally Dixon www.radiotimes.com/the-apprentice
With Jeremy Paxman.
Followed by Weather
11/13. Celebrating iconic Bollywood heroines and Adil Ray goes in search of the Asian obsession with Elvis. Executive producer Gurdip Bhangoo
Series editor Tommy Nagra
6/18; series two. Afternoon Delight. Gob stages mass firings and Michael rebuilds the Banana Stand.
Repeated on Friday at 3.25am
12.15 AM 7/18; series two. Switch Hitter. Lindsay hallucinates after taking anti-depressants.
Repeated on Friday at 3.50am
Schools Repeats not indicated.
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