Once a rich wilderness teeming with tigers, lions and cheetahs, the Gangetic plains of northern India have been transformed into the most densely populated place on Earth. This film explores the impact of this tide of humanity on the wildlife of the region. Producer Tom Hugh-Jones ; Series producer Ian Gray
Topics tonight are the history of the George Cross, the documentary series The Ascent of Man, the first Latin kingdom of Jerusalem and former PM Clement Attlee. Director Derek Hallworth ; Producer Jon Kelly
As plants complete their life cycle, now is the time to reap a bountiful harvest of seeds. Toby shows which plants to go for, plus how to collect and store them. Carol enjoys the appearance of the Japanese anemone. Producer Louise Hampden ; Series producer Rosemary Edwards Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
BBC MAGAZINES: Gardeners' World, £3.50; Gardens Illustrated, £3.85
6/8; series three. Cromwell presses ahead with his own agenda of marrying off Henry to a Protestant wife, as the hunt for a new bride begins in earnest, but the reputation of the king precedes him.
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel PROGRAMME GUIDE: radiotimes.com/thetudors
SERIES THREE GALLERY: radiotimes.com/the-tudors-photos
King Henry VIII Jonathan:
Anne of Cleves:
Cardinal Von Waldburg:
Cardinal Reginald Pole:
Christine, Duchess of Milan:
Amelia of Cleves:
Duke of Cleves:
8/10; series five
Carcetti is forced to make dangerous political deals.
Shown on Monday at 11.20pm
1.50 9/10. Freamon tracks Chris to a drug resupply.
Shown on Wednesday at 11.20pm
2.50 10/10. Haynes continues to be thwarted.
Shown yesterday at 11.20pm For cast see page 108
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