The duo try to obtain an ingredient from a vampire baby.
Frogg tries to transform Red.
Victorian teaching practices.
Drama, based on a true story, starring Shawn Ashmore as Terry Fox , a man with an artificial leg who became a national hero when he embarked on a marathon across Canada. Review p43. Director Don McBrearty (2005)
Presented by Declan Curry and Naga Munchetty.
A potentially hazardous coastal garden in Devon.
Longleat keepers try to save the life of a newborn pygmy goat. (Revised rpt)
Two couples in Bollington, Cheshire, trade homes.
Stottlemeyer suspects his wife is being unfaithful.
A collection of Aboriginal art in Nantwich, Cheshire.
In Kent, the duo forage for wild vegetables and sample the county's fine ale.
Peter and Jenny Warren from Bristol entrust antiques dealer Paul Martin with £5,000 in the hope that he can use his wits to swell their coffers and so fund a trip to Australia to visit their daughter. <s) 75
6/6; series seven. Delving into the paternal side of his family history, actor Martin Freeman wants to find out if his grandfather was really shot while making a cup of tea at Dunkirk. Further back, Martin discovers that six of his great-grandparents' 12 offspring died young. Director Mark Bates ; Series producer Colette Flight
8/8; series four. Rosyth to Hull. Neil Oliver visits the bustling port of Rosyth to explore the staggering scale of Britain's global sea trade; Mark Horton is on the island of Lindisfarne reliving the first Viking raid on our shores; and Dick Strawbridge meets some of those who used to work as riveters in the North East's shipyards. Miranda Krestovnikoff, meanwhile, lands on the Bass Rock, a seabird paradise described by David Attenborough as "one of the wildlife wonders of the world".
Series producer Steve Evanson ; Executive producer William Lyons
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1/3. Having transformed unruly adolescents into an impressive group of singers, Gareth Malone sets out on his biggest such challenge yet: to turn the residents of the South Oxhey estate, Hertfordshire, into a fully functional choir. On arrival the chorister finds a divided community, with no singing tradition beyond pub karaoke. A visit to the local boxing club throws up one potential recruit, but the offer of support comes with strings - and boxing gloves - attached.
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8/13. Frankie Boyle, Hugh Dennis, Russell Howard and Fred MacAulay are among those joining host Dara O'Briain to carry out the satirical show's titular imperative. Shown last Thursday
With Jeremy Paxman. <s)
Followed by Weather
5/10; series five. React Quotes. As press interest in his case grows, McNulty is confronted by his ex-wife. Episode six is tomorrow at 11.20pm. Repeated on Friday at 1.05am First shown on FX
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