Voltar poses as a teacher.
The rhinos benefit from a garden makeover, and the shirt worn by Charles I at his execution is found. (Revised rpt)
Classic adventure starring Ethan Hawke. The son of a gold miner goes to Alaska seeking his dead father's claim and befriends an orphaned wolf-dog that he calls "White Fang". Review page 42.
Director Randal Kleiser (1991, PG)
New series. Rachel Jones and Kieran Delaney trade their Victorian house with Jan Mills , who wants to downsize.
Live track and field action from the British Grand Prix in Gateshead as several of Berlin's newly crowned world champions make their final UK appearance of the season.
With commentary from Steve Cram and Paul Dickenson. Hazel Irvine hosts.
The duo cook a traditional dish in Lincolnshire, taste free-range beef and lamb, then get to work on a cauliflower farm. Local accents: page 30
Ray and Catherine Abbots from Bude in north Cornwall entrust Paul Martin with Â£2,000 of their savings to earn enough money to take their son and three grandchildren on a family holiday.
Ray Abbots Subject: Catherine
2/5. Head gardener Troy Scott Smith and his team give Bodnant a facelift. Supervisor Adam Salvin restores a beautiful Italianate terrace to its former glory, and the laburnum arch is in full bloom.
Producer Uinos Wynne ; Executive producers Deborah Perkin and Marian Wyn Jones First shown on BBC2 Wales
2/7. Streets in the Sky. The construction of the Park Hill flats in Sheffield was one of the most pioneering projects of 1950s Britain. But the 1970s brought a period of decline as the local council struggled to maintain the estate. By the 1990s, although a haven for muggers and drug dealers, it was listed by English Heritage. Can developers Urban Splash revive its fortunes? Tom Dyckhoff finds out.
Director Helen Nixon ; Series producer Mary Sackville-West
Students from Newnham College, Cambridge, take on the University of Sussex. With Jeremy Paxman.
Director Tracey Rooney ; Producer Irene Daniels
2/4. Levi Roots tries his hand at the delicate art of nouvelle cuisine Caribbean-style. There's a surprise for a hungry audience of clubbers when he then serves up kebabs with a tropical twist.
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3/3. George Alagiah concludes the series by looking at possible solutions to the food crisis. He visits two women in West Yorkshire who are working their way towards making their market town self-sufficient. He also meets the Indian agriculturalists who have nearly tripled their yield in a decade, looks at aquaponics, which combines fish farming and plant growing, and examines whether GM crops could provide a solution. Director/Producer Fran Baker
1/2. Tim Samuels reports on how the sex industry is creating new revenue streams for supposedly "family friendly" mobile phone and credit card companies, as well as hotel chains and pension funds. He travels to Ghana where young men are copying Western porn stars and not using condoms, increasing the risk of contracting HIV, and discovers how marriages are failing in villages, with husbands hooked on porn and women being raped. Executive producers Will Daws and Stuart Cabb
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Hypnotically violent martial arts drama starring Uma Thurman. An assassin known as "Black Mamba" swears revenge on the traitorous fellow killers who left her for dead on her wedding day. Review p43. Director Quentin Tarantino (2003,18)
Tarantino's Pulp Fiction is on Friday at 11.40pm on BBC1