4/8. The team is challenged to drive from Switzerland to the north-west coast of England on just one tank of fuel. See Sunday's choice.
Shown on Sunday at 8pm BBC3 is showing The Best of Top Gear tomorrow at 7pm
3/8. The Red Sea. The aquatic experts travel to the remote and unexplored southern Red Sea, one of only two places on Earth where a new ocean can be seen being born. In its warm waters they explore the wreck of an Italian ship and find archaeological evidence of one of humanity's first encounters with the sea. Philippe Cousteau Jr also visits the remains of an ambitious underwater village established by his grandfather, Jacques Cousteau. Episode four is tomorrow at 8pm. Director/Producer Milla Harrison-Hansley
Video gallery and more at www.bbc.co.uk/oceans
Any episode, after it has first been broadcast, is available for the duration of the entire series at www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer
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9/25; series three. It's Coming. Arthur Petrelli orders Knox and Flint to hunt down Nathan and Claire, Sylar has a highly charged confrontation with Elle at Pinehearst, and Suresh begins to test his new superpower formula. BBC3 and BBC HD are showing episode ten at 10pm.
Shown last Wednesday on BBC3 and BBC HD
Repeated next Sunday on BBC2 New Heroes cast gallery: www.radiotimes.com/heroes-cast
Benjamin Knox Washington:
COMEDY OF THE WEEK
2/7; series two. Ben goes to extreme lengths to get elected class rep, while dad returns from a colleague's funeral. See Saturday's choice.
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