With guest David Seaman.
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11.00 Henry's Wives with Terry Deary (ages 7-11)
Presenter (Henry's Wives):
11.10 Primary Literacy 3525009
11.40 Let's Write Non-Fiction (ages 9-11)
The beauty of Southwold in Suffolk. (Revised rpt)
Atmospheric thriller starring Stanley Baker and Herbert Lorn. An ex-convict clashes with a sadistic rival at a haulage firm. Review page 40. Director C Raker Endfield (1957, PG)
An American biker risks offending traditional values in Japan.
With Ruth Badger and Tamara Beckwith.
With Breakfast's Chris Hollins and Carol Kirkwood.
Denise Nurse tours Osbourne House. (Revised rpt)
Mark Stacey and Charlie Ross help people find bargains in Crawley, West Sussex, to make a profit with at auction. Meanwhile presenter Paul Martin plays bowls with former world champion Tony Allcock. Director Rebecca Ellis ; Series producer Pete Smith
6/6. Fragile Paradise. The South Pacific is still relatively healthy and teeming with fish, but it's a fragile paradise, with little or no protection. What is being done to preserve the waters and the marine wildlife therein? Millions of people rely on fish stocks, while the ocean is also home to the planet's richest coral reefs and most iconic wildlife. The future of the whales looks secure - for the moment - but international fishing fleets are taking a serious toll on sharks, albatross and tuna. Benedict Cumberbatch narrates.
Shown yesterday at 8pm Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel tomorrow at 8pm
In the first of three Springwatch specials, cameraman Simon King reveals his tricks of the trade, demonstrating how to get up really close to wild otters, kingfishers, rabbits and fallow deer, and the way to train a robin to feed from your hand. The naturalist also explains how you can go fishing for lizards, conduct a conversation with a grasshopper - and even receive a fantastic pedicure from a prawn! Springwatch Holidays with Martin Hughes-Games is on Wednesday at 8pm. Producer Lizzie Green ; Executive producer Tim Scoones
New series. 1/6. Giles Coren and Sue Perkins power-lunch their way through the decade, sampling the high life of yuppies. They share a meal with ex-Tory MPs Norman Tebbit and Jeffrey Archer at Shepherd's restaurant in Westminster, plus Sue tries to find her inner Sloane by eating a reproduction of Diana, Princess of Wales's wedding breakfast while Giles samples the most expensive champagne at the stock exchange. Their culinary journey ends with a dinner party, where guests include Ken Livingstone, Carol Decker, Lynn Franks and Toby Young.
Director/Producer Neil Ferguson Excess all areas: page 25
8/8. Comedian Shappi Khorsandi and campaigning chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall join Paul Merton and Ian Hislop and a guest host on the news quiz.
Shown last Friday on BBC1
With Jeremy Paxman.
Followed by Weather
Highlights of today's Super Eights matches from the Oval between the winners of Group C and the runners-up in Group B, and the winners of Group B and the runners-up in Group A. With Manish Bhasin.
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4.00 Citizenship and Surveillance The UK's surveillance culture. 25177
5.00 Secondary Citizenship