Followed by Fimbly Songtime
Upsy Daisy gets a megaphone
Profile of Hollywood screen legend Rita Hayworth. (si
Including coverage of Prime
Kirsten exposes Gabby and Paul's relationship.
Presented by Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.
Gardens on Dartmoor and in Worcestershire.
A lost city that might have been Scotland's capital.
Crossed Up. Jessica accidentally overhears a murder plot while on the phone.
Paul Martin raises a glass to English sparkling wine in Eastbourne.
TV presenters Angelica Bell and Michael Underwood take part in the kitchen duel.
With Nick Hancock.
Dermot Murnaghan hosts the quiz show.
3/10. The team helps a rhino with life-threatening arthritis and a giraffe with a bad leg. With
Ben Fogle and Kate Humble. (Revised repeat)
3/6. Jeremy Clarkson , Richard Hammond and James May buy three slightly used Alfas, each for less than £1,000. Jeremy also conducts possibly the least appropriate power test ever as he takes the gargantuan Bentley Brooklands onto the track. And Gavin & Stacey actors James Corden and Mathew Home are the Stars in the Reasonably Priced Car. See Sunday's choice.
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2/10. Des Lynam presents the latest spin-off of the classic quiz, featuring four contenders answering questions on a specialist sports subject and general sporting knowledge.
2/10. Francesco sails down the Croatian coast, before stopping at Pula, with its amphitheatre where Roman entertainment included fights to the death. He searches for the Dance of Death fresco in the nearby village of Beram, before a stopover at the lighthouse of Porer, then on to the city of Split, home to the palace of Diocletian, the oldest lived-in palace in the world, inhabited by squatters. The trip ends on the coast of Split, where Francesco and the crew play pidgin - a cross between tennis and football - in the sea.
See yesterday's choice. Simuicast in HD on the BBC HD channel Sail to the past: page 24
4/6. Himba/Namibia. Single mother-of-three
Yvonne Power spends a month with Namibia's semi-nomadic polygamous Himba tribe. Like so many women, she's ground down by the nine-to-five routine and coping with family demands. But as she struggles to take on board the Himba's gender divides and arranged marriages, she makes discoveries about herself, especially when drought threatens to devastate the village. Director/Producer Joseph Maxwell Rptd next Monday
Series 11. Marcus Brigstocke joins Paul Merton to reveal his pet hates, including his own appetite, David Blaine and personalised numberplates.
Director Geraldine Dowd ; Series producer Chris Curley
With Jeremy Paxman.
Followed by Weather
Marty Feldman was one of the greats of British comedy, from the golden age of radio, through 1960s television, then on to Hollywood and the movies. He was a great physical clown, who hoped to emulate Buster Keaton in Hollywood, but the system that made him a star withdrew its support when they couldn't pigeonhole him. Director/Producer Jeff Simpson
Executive producer Caroline Wright