Followed by Doodle Do Making Moments
Followed by Sam and Mark's Guide to Dodging Disaster (Revised rpt)
Presenters (Sam and Mark's Guide to Dodging Disaster):
A poem about how to catch a star.
Examining species of beetles, flies and butterflies.
Presented by Anita Anand and Andrew Neil.
A look at some of the summer's forthcoming film releases.
Presented by Naga Munchetty and Declan Curry.
Coverage from day three at the Queen's Club in London where the second round gets under way. Rafael Nadal beat Jonas Bjorkman at this stage last year, while Andy Murray's match with Sebastien Grosjean lasted just two games as the Frenchman was forced to retire hurt. Introduced by Sue Barker. With commentary by Andrew Castle, Mark Petchey, John Lloyd and Pat Cash.
<S) Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel Press red for extended coverage from Queen's 12.30pm to 8.00pm
A Peterborough couple who want to move to Herefordshire. (Revised rpt)
A collection of risque magazines is among items that are valued in Yeovil, Somerset, as members of the public are invited to try to make money by selling their antiques at auction. Paul Martin ventures on to the moors in search of Exmoor ponies. (Revised rpt)
For thousands of years the world's second greatest tidal range has had a huge impact on the inhabitants of the south Wales coast. Neil Oliver uncovers real-life horror at the Smalls Lighthouse, Mark Horton explores the terrifying power of sand, Alice Roberts seeks out our Ice Age ancestors by visiting the 26,000-year-old Red Lady of Paviland, and Miranda Krestovnikoff reveals the secrets of rock pools. Series producer Steve Evanson ; Series editor Gill Tierney
In Wales, Simon has a seabird murder-mystery to solve. On the other side of the country, Gordon Buchanan is keeping close tabs on his badger family and Martin Hughes-Games revs up his motorbike to reveal the wild side of another British holiday.
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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With 30 years as a hugely successful chef behind him, Rick Stein reflects on his long career as one of the world's greatest creators of seafood dishes.
Ever since Rick opened his first restaurant in Padstow in 1974, his continuing presence in the Cornish town has had a huge impact on the local economy; nationwide, his many TV series inspired a host of food lovers as he embarked on culinary quests in the company of his now-departed canine chum
Chalky. Here, friends and colleagues share their own memories of Rick. The film also reveals some of Rick's favourite dishes and the influences that helped shape him, as well as the impact that he's had in turning traditional fare into a gourmet's delight.
The nostalgic tribute culminates with Rick cooking a meal for his friends using only sustainable fish. Directors Robin Field and David Pritchard
Producer Arezoo Farahzad
Comprehensive analysis of the day's events, presented by Jeremy Paxman. Followed by Weather
Highlights of the final group matches at Trent Bridge, where Sri Lanka faced the West Indies and Ireland took on India. In 2007, India reached the latter stages with a bowl-out victory over Pakistan after the match had finished with the scores tied. That narrow victory was to prove a turning point, as India went on to become the competition's inaugural champions, beating Pakistan once again in the final.
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4.00 Class Clips: Construction and the Built Environment Diploma - Design The approaches, impact and sustainability of design. 98527
5.00 Engineering for the World: An examination of 12 forms of engineering.