Giant Otters: Wolves of the River. Following a family of seven otters in the Peruvian jungle to reveal their relationship with a much larger predator, the caiman. Producer Huw Cordey ; Series editor Sara Ford
There's a focus on how people's gardening habits are changing as the team visits a radical project in London and the newest and smallest garden area in Berryf ields gets under way with Carol and Joe.
Producer Andy Vernon ; Series producer Rosemary Edwards
(HD) www.gardenersworld.com BBC GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: in the May issue, a free gardens-to-visit guide with 2-for-1 entry card to 238 gardens in the UK, plus Alan Titchmarsh looks back at 25 years of broadcasting from the Chelsea Flower Show. On sale now, price E3.30 Alan Titchmarsh 's tips: page 50
2/4. Climbing the Andes. As the team ascends above 3,000m the thin air takes its toll and the group members question their ability to continue, too short of breath to even talk. Will the dramatic scenery of the mountains and the warm reception of the local people give them sufficient mental strength to face up to the challenge?
Signed repeat next week on BBC1
Series five. Stephen Fry and guests Alan Davies ,
Jo Brand , Vic Reeves and Clive Anderson cast light on the murky world of espionage.
Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer Piers Fletcher Why I Love.... 01: www.radiotimes.com/qi-blog
Visceral horror continuing director George A Romero 's Living Dead series. In a high-security underground laboratory, scientists experiment on captured zombies in a bid to bring the epidemic under control. Film of the Day: page 63. (1985, 18)
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