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11.00 KS1 Science Clips
11.10 BBC Primary Geography: India - Kerala 4969395
11.30 Hands Up!: The Chronicles of Narnia 3047260
11.45 Watch: Famous People with Magic Grandad - Mary Seacole
Gardens hopeful of entering the Yellow Book.
Following the work of the emergency services.
2/10. A look at how to prepare soil for a bumper crop.
2/10. Demonstrating how to get a hug from a wild seal.
Where Have You Gone, Billy Boy? A ventriloquist is accused of murder.
The grand final. The Inside Story: page 80
2/10. Edwina Currie and Lembit Opik vie at auction.
The winner of today's Are You an Egghead? joins the resident elite for the first time.
Claudia Winkleman discusses how the celebrities are getting on as they prepare for Saturday.
5/6. Delia Smith provides stress-free recipes for entertaining friends, including thick onion tart, apple pie, pork stew, chilli, and coconut cream pie. Series producer Nick Woodroffe
7/8. In Leicester, a crystal therapist, a cyclist and a campaigning children's bookshop owner all get a dose of Geoff Burch 's remedy for ailing retailers. Series producer Ceri Rowlands ; Series editor Virginia Hill
Native to India's rivers, the gharial - the world's oldest species of crocodile - was also its most endangered. Then, last winter, they started dying inexplicably in large numbers. This film follows expert Romulus Whitaker as he and a small team struggle to find the cause of this catastrophe and to locate and film the last of these animals still breeding in the wild.
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
BBC WILDLIFE MAGAZINE: available monthly, price Â£3.45
RT 4/6. Do You Know What Time It Is? Taking this disarmingly simple question as his starting point, particle physicist Professor Brian Cox embarks on a journey into time that takes him from the ancient Mayan civilisation of Mexico to the very limits of his subject within and beyond the realms of modern string theory. Comfortingly or otherwise, he illustrates how our experience of the passing of time is, quite possibly, an illusion.
Director/Producer Paul Olding
Any episode, after it has first been broadcast, is available for the duration of the entire series at www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer
BBC FOCUS MAGAZINE: available monthly, price £3.60 What Professor Brian Cox is watching: page
Why I love Horizon: www.radiotimes.com/horizon-bloq
3/16. Five accomplished artists guest this week: actor Michael Sheen discusses his role in Ron Howard's Frost/Nixon while singer Tom Jones takes the show's busking challenge; plus Scottish poet Mick Imlah, music producer Kanye West and, in the week he turns 50, Oscar-winning animator Nick Park. Lauren Laverne hosts.
The Culture Show Uncut is on Friday at 11.35pm. Series producer Graham Mitchell
Executive producer Edward Morgan
With Jeremy Paxman. Followed by Weather
8/10. The Last Patrol. Hagenau, Alsace: an Easy Company patrol is sent across a river to take enemy prisoners. Continues next Monday.
For cast see Monday
5/5. The presenter embarks on the final leg of his journey, travelling to Vladivostok. <s)
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Repeats are not indicated.
4.00 GCSE Vocational Bitesize - Engineering