Followed by Doodle Do Making Moments
The Tombliboos search for their missing toothbrushes.
Bands on the Run. Cameras follow a community of banded mongooses.
Presented by Anita Anand and Andrew Neil.
Sports edition. Profiling deaf rugby league player Ryan Owen and British hopefuls for the Deaflympics. Plus the UK Deaf Tennis championships. With voiceover.
Presented by Declan Curry and Naga Munchetty.
A band's record deal comes under threat.
Ricky Groves and Jilly Cooper battle it out.
Richard Phillips and Paul Rankin cook in a restaurant with an operatic theme. is)
The best chapel conversions featured on the show.
David Barby and James Lewis offer expert valuations in the cathedral city of Worcester and presenter Paul Martin learns how to make a cricket bat.
4/4. Established in 1830, Austin's of Derry is the world's oldest department store. The building has proved robust enough to survive a major fire in 1908, but now its 66-year-old owner Luke Hasson is desperate for an heir to take charge when he retires. His eldest daughter Sinead, 39, seems to be the main candidate, but she has little retail experience and might not be prepared to return to Northern Ireland. Director Chris Williams ; Producers Jonney Steven and Chris Williams Shown last Thursday
Live reports from Chris Packham, Kate Humble, Simon King, Gordon Buchanan and Martin Hughes-Games at the various animal observation posts around the country. Plus news of the forthcoming Springwatch Dirty Weekend, revealing details of how viewers can get involved with events happening in nearby locations this coming Saturday and Sunday.
Digital viewers can press red directly after the show for 15 minutes of extra features, including a catch-up on the main programme. a Q&A session, webcam footage and behind-the-scene clips
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Twenty years ago today, Kate Adie was one of the few Western reporters on the streets of Beijing when she witnessed at close quarters the massacre of hundreds of civilians in Tiananmen Square, who were taking part in a protest over government corruption in China. Here, obliged to travel undercover, she meets other eyewitnesses as well as victims' families to hear their shocking and moving testimony. Persecuted and harassed by the state since 1989, these people continue to risk all to speak out.
11/12. Adrian Chiles catches up with the show's latest reject and discusses their gruelling individual interviews. Opining on what went wrong and whom they back to win are businessman James Caan, comedian Jo Brand and columnist Jane Moore.
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With Jeremy Paxman.
Followed by Weather
3/3. The Dream That Died. The story of the last desperate battles as Germany falls, and how the Soviets' final assault on Berlin ushered in a different
European order to that hoped for by the Western Allies. Director/Producer Martina Hall First shown on BBC1
Schools Repeats not indicated.
4.00 Class Clips: Witness - Apartheid, South Africa
A look at apartheid in South Africa from 1948 to 1994.
5.00 The First Black Britons The story of the West India Regiment, illustrating how attitudes to race in today's Britain have been shaped by its colonial past.