Fiona reveals the mystery owner of a £100,000 piece of furniture, Eric Knowles remembers his first tentative steps on the show, plus why kitchen collectables are a hot tip for the future. Tales of the unexpected: page 35
Jules Hudson heads for West Yorkshire to help two doctors with a budget of Â£700,000 find a country house. Hoping for a property with enough land to rear livestock, they are shown a selection of homes, including a stunning chapel conversion. Series producer Mike Matthews ; Series editor Tracy Forsyth
3/6; series two. This week the rescue team searches for an orangutan seen dangerously close to a village school, and technician Heskia risks life and limb to get Bonny back where she belongs. Hercules, meanwhile, is off on his annual holiday and an old friend returns to the compound. Michaela Strachan and Steve Leonard present.
BBC WILDLIFE MAGAZINE: available monthly, price Â£3.25
2/3. The Last Stand at Stratford. After unexpectedly winning the bid to stage the Olympic Games in 2012, the authorities waste no time in clearing the land for the Olympic park in East London. As the project unfolds there are the inevitable winners and losers, but resistance to the plans emerges from some surprising quarters.
Director/Producer Min Clough
5/13; series two. The New Girl. Don finds himself caught in the middle of marital issues between TV comedian Jimmy and his wife Bobbie. Joan, meanwhile, gets engaged. See choice page 89.
Shown yesterday at 10pm on BBC4 Repeated on Friday at
11.30pm on BBC4 and next Saturday on BBC2 Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel Behind the scenes: p10; The Alison Graham column: p53 The Inside Story: page 84
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