3/6. Owner Paul Lister's family moves into the lodge for a holiday, and learns the art of fishing from rangers David and Innes.
Series producer Mike Birkhead ; Executive producer David Harron First shown on BBC2 Scotland
River of Flowers. Sarah Raven embarks on a journey to encourage people to preserve Britain's unique botanical heritage by creating a river of wild flowers linking protected meadows and woodlands. Director/Producer Juliet Glaves www.gardenersworld.com Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel Alan Titchmarsh 's tips: page 18
5/10; series two. Sir Thomas More and Bishop L Fisher refuse to acknowledge that Henry is the head of the Church of England, and both are imprisoned in the Tower of London for their troubles. And when Anne suffers a miscarriage she fears that her reign could be nearing its close.
Repeated next Wednesday on BBC1 Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel Guide and photo gallery: www.radiotimes.com/the-tudors
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Bizarre horror starring Ruth Roman. Taking on the case of the dysfunctional Wadsworth family, a social worker discovers that Mrs Wadsworth's fully grown son has the mind of a young infant. But is Baby's strange behaviour the result of nature or nurture? Review p34. Director Ted Post (1973)
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