Alistair Appleton helps a couple find a new home in Bedfordshire, who, with their budget of Â£350,000, are hoping to find a country retreat with enough space for a bit of horse riding.
Series producer Mike Matthews ; Series edtor Tracy Forsyth
2/6; series two. Members of the rescue team try to save an ape being kept illegally in a small crate and help self-harming orangutan Ruthie, who has been traumatised by her time in captivity. We are introduced to orphans Peanut and Pickle, who like a daily tickle, before checking up on the progress of hospitalised Sumanto, who is fighting for his life after a nasty fall. Michaela Strachan and Steve Leonard present.
The Inside Story: page 86
New series 1/3. London Calling. Charting preparations for the London Olympics in 2012. The first episode follows members of the Ceremonies Team as they made plans for mounting the eight-minute show marking the official handover of responsibility for the Olympic Games from Beijing to London, which took place last August. Producer Alex Steinitz ; Series producer Rachel Coughlan
Digital viewers can press red for another chance to watch the first part of this documentary series, until 6am tomorrow
8/10. Guests Alan Davies, Jimmy Carr, Jo Brand and John Sergeant will be getting back to nature as they attempt to answer host Stephen Fry 's wild questions about flora and fauna.
Shown last Friday on BBC1
4/13; series two. Three Sundays. In the run-up to Easter, Peggy's family hosts lunch for a visiting priest, Don and Betty argue about parenting and the Sterling Cooper employees have to work overtime. See choice, page 76.
Shown yesterday at 10pm on BBC4 Repeated on Friday at
11.20pm on BBC4 and next Saturday on BBC2 Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel Why I Love .. : www.radiotimes.com/mad-men
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