Dr lain Stewart explores the Earth's atmosphere.
Including coverage of Prime Minister's Questions.
Is deafness a disability? And if not, why do so many deaf people claim Disability Living Allowance? With voiceover.
Signed rpt next week on BBO
Presented by Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.
The shoreline of Strangford Lough. (Revised rpt)
Transforming an inter-city space in Birmingham into a wildlife haven. Springwatch
Spectacular is at 8pm.
Magnum on Ice. Tom Selleck guest-stars as a private investigator accused of killing a hitman.
The final three races of the day, featuring the Prince of Wales stakes at 3.45, plus the
4.20 and 4.55.
A couple who want to swap city life for north Devon.
Quiz show hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
Paul Martin seeks auctionable items in Worthing and views a reproduction of the Sistine Chapel. Series producer Peter Smith ; Executive producer Tom Ware
The award-winning English rock band Coldplay perform an exclusive gig live from a specially built stage outside BBC Television Centre in front of an audience of 600 fans. The 45-minute set will include material from their new album, Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends - which has been produced by Brian Eno - plus a selection of classics from albums such as Parachutes and X&Y. Director Janet Fraser Crook ; Producer Sally Wood
Repeated on Friday at 12.20am Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel Breaking records: page 26
8/11; series two. The role of casting agents.
Shown on Sunday at 12.30am
A veritable banquet of British wildlife footage is laid out before us by renowned film-maker, photographer and TV presenter Simon King.
He reveals some of his most magical moments and recommends some spectacular encounters that we can all enjoy. The choice is wide - including getting up close and personal with badgers, experiencing the noise and chaos of seabird colonies or just simply basking in the tranquil beauty of a bluebell wood.
(Springwatch People can be seen tomorrow at 8pm)
Find out more at [web address removed]
The boy who would be king: page 16
New series 1/6. Six women each live for a month with six different tribes all over the world. By leaving behind their careers, homes and families they hope to find what they feel is missing from their lives. The series begins with busy 34-year-old Sass Willis from Oxford. She was forced to choose between her parents 21 years ago and never saw her mother again, which continues to haunt her. She goes to live with the deeply spiritual Kuna Indians who live in tight-knit families on stunning coral islands off the coast of Panama.
While there, Sass makes a life-changing discovery. Director/Producer Susanna Handslip The world and his wife: page 10
Paul Merton grills Sir Alan Sugar on his pet hates. which include "schmoozers" and men in wigs.
Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Victoria Payne
Presented by Kirsty Wark.
Followed by Weather
Comedian Rob Brydon returns to Wales to explore his feelings about his homeland. The odyssey culminates in a gig at the Aberdare Coliseum.
Director Andrew Gillman ; Producer Alex Kavallierou
Languages and Travel Repeats not indicated.
4.00 Talk German 1-6
5.30 Euroqrafters: Germany