Great Britain v Poland
As Liverpool hosts a Davis Cup tie for the first time at the Echo Arena, all eyes will be on Andy Murray. Hopefully the Scot will still be on the top form that has seen him rise to number two in the world, as only a win over this weekend can stop Britain dropping to the third tier of the competition.
Introduced by Sue Barker , with commentary by Andrew Castle and Greg Rusedski.
As the Ganges nears the sea it joins the Brahmaputra, so creating the world's largest delta. Here the cities of Calcutta and Dhaka meet the wetlands, home to giant lizards and snakes and huge man-eating crocodiles. Producer Dan Rees ; Series producer Ian Gray
Toby plants ahead for next spring using daffodils that will keep the colour coming, while Alys shows how to make spring flowers bloom early for Christmas. Producer Louise Hampden ; Series producer Rosemary Edwards
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7/8; series three. Cromwell connives to arrange a marriage between Henry and Anne of Cleves.
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SERIES THREE GALLERY: radiotimes.com/the-tudors-photos
The Alison Graham column: page 45
King Henry VIII Jonathan:
Cardinal Von Waldburg:
Anne of Cleves:
Cardinal Reginald Pole:
Lady Margaret Bryan:
John Hutton Roger:
Duke of Cleves:
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