Then Doodle Do Making Moments
Having fun in the garden.
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11.00 Henry's Wives with Terry Deary (ages 7-11)
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11.10 Telling Tales (ages 7-11) 3943401
11.40 Let's Write Non-Fiction (ages 9-11)
Presented by Andrew Neil and Anita Anand.
Highlights of the first World Cup regatta of the new season from Banyoles, Spain. Introduced by Garry Herbert, with commentary from Dan Topolski.
Finding the UK's best factory conversions.
Unwilling Witness. Jessica testifies in court.
Theo Paphitis takes on Jilly Goolden.
Richard Phillips and Paul Rankin take over a gastro pub.
By the Conservative Party.
David Palmer and Adam Partridge join Paul Martin in Aylesbury on the hunt for antiques to sell at auction. Series producer Peter Smith (Revised rpt)
4/6. Ocean of Volcanos. Millions of years are condensed into an hour of images illustrating the birth, growth and death of an island: an underwater volcano erupts; rivers of lava explode; roads and houses are buried by molten rivers.
From these beginnings emerge fertile coral reefs, supporting groups of grey reef sharks and giant manta rays. The lands of the South Pacific have also given life to strange creatures, from the vampire bug to the megapode, a bird that uses volcanic springs to incubate eggs. See yesterday's choice. Shown yesterday at 8.30pm
Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel tomorrow at 8pm
Catch up on the weekend's action as the team returns for week two. Chris Packham and Kate Humble report on the animal families in Norfolk, while Simon King reflects on his wilderness weekend in the heart of Wales. Plus Gordon Buchanan has an update on the behaviour of the Essex badgers. Series producer Reema Lorford; Executive producer Tim Scoones
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2/3. This week Richard Bilton meets those who have made individual private lives their business, looks at the suppliers enjoying a booming trade in secret devices and delves into the criminal underworld of hackers who steal personal information and sell it on. He also reveals the story of an employee who was monitored and then wrongfully accused of systematically avoiding work, plus the internet user accused of illegally sharing a computer game online. Director/Producer Tristan Ouinn
6/8. That doyen of the panel game show, David Mitchell, guest-hosts while Irish stand-up Andrew Maxwell joins regular team captains Paul and Ian.
Shown last Friday on BBC1
Presented by Jeremy Paxman. <s) Followed by Weather
1/3. The Struggle to Break Out. By midnight on D-Day, Allied forces had only a small foothold on the coast of France and the future of Nazi-occupied
Europe still hung in the balance. As Hitler's crack SS reserves began to arrive, fighting ensued in the hedgerows and wheat fields of Normandy. Narrated by Sean Bean. Episode two is tomorrow at 11.20pm. Series producer Andrew Williams ; Executive producer Laurence Rees First shown on BBC1
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4.00 Timelines - Changing Lives: A history of Britain, from the Norman Conquest to the Miners' Strike.