Hermione Cockburn and the team visit central England where they encounter tyrannosaurus rex and buried treasure, and talk to David Attenborough. Series producer Karensa Jennings First shown on BBC4 FREE fossil-hunting guide: call [number removed] (calls cost a max of 8p per min; mobile networks may vary) or visit open2.net/fossildetectives
6/12; series three. Departures and an Unexpected Arrival. Paulie and Toby try to give their menu at the Seven Stones a flavour of the East.
Producer Nigel Farrell ; Exec producer Paul Sommers
Any episode, after it has first been broadcast, is available for the duration of the entire series at www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer
Toby Buckland visits the home of one of the programme's former presenters, the late Geoff Hamilton, to look at fruits of the season.
Series producer Rosemary Edwards [web address removed]
(Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel)
Alan Titchmarsh's tips: page 35
3/4. American Fervour This week the historian delves into the nation's faith and uncovers how the search for religious freedom was pivotal to America's origins and the way in which Barack Obama's bid to reach the White House has been inspired by his own religious beliefs.
Director/Producer Ricardo Pollack Rptd next Sunday Any episode, after it has first been broadcast, is available for the duration of the entire series at www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer BBC HISTORY MAGAZINE: the October issue has an interview with Simon Schama. On sale now, price Â£3.60 The Inside Story: page
Nitin Sawhney, and the Last Shadow Puppets From Camden's Roundhouse and Liverpool's Philharmonic Hall. www.bbc.co.uk/electricproms Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel Digital viewers can see a choice of acts, including the Streets (from 9pm) and Keane (not Freeview 6.45-9.15pm), via the red button
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