The cub decides to live alone.
The trio babysit a monkey.
The Tombliboos play a game.
Fred becomes a photographer to earn some money.
Presented by Andrew Neil and Anita Anand.
The 2009 baby boom in the deaf community. With voiceover.
A family try to sell their home in East Sussex.
Dr Sloan investigates the illegal adoption trade.
Dermot Murnaghan leads the search for a new champion quizzer to join the show's incumbent line-up.
Showing on the BBC HD channel at
Alistair Appleton helps a couple looking to find an impressive house with their £800,000 budget. (Revised rpt)
At the midweek point, Claudia Winkleman assesses how the contestants are shaping up for Saturday.
Series producer Jayne Stanger ; Exec producer Marion Farrelly
The Whisky Train. Between the Scottish villages of Craigellachie and Ballindalloch, Julia Bradbury follows the route of a railway that once served the world famous whisky industry.
Series producer Owen Rodd ; Executive producer Eric Harwood
Are there any surviving relatives for Laura Smith, who left behind Â£230,000 after she died? Plus other unclaimed estates totalling Â£681,000 and the story of a double windfall for twin sisters.
First shown on BBC1
The two winners of the third quarter-final will be hoping not to lose the plot in Mayfair's Michelin-starred Maze tonight. After putting in a shift there, they return to the MasterChef kitchen to prepare two dishes, each bidding to become the third semi-finalist. Director Ben Cook ; Series producer Antonia Lloyd
John and Pauline Prescott, who have spent almost as much of the past 40 years in the South as at home in Hull, embark on a tour of England to explore the reality of the so-called North-South divide. John cites figures showing how the North still lags behind the South, but the couple soon find that statistics hide a far more complex picture. Among those variously defending the weather, friendliness and culture either side of the great divide are James Corden, Kym Marsh and Brian Sewell.
(Repeated tomorrow at 11.20pm)
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The topical comedy quiz, hosted by Dara O'Briain, in which two guests join regular pundits Frankie Boyle, Hugh Dennis, Russell Howard and Andy Parsons to poke fun at those making the news.
Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Mark Leveson
Presented by Emily Maitlis. Followed by Weather <s)
Gareth Malone joins forces with the BBC Singers to explore the various styles and techniques that produce the distinct sound of a traditional choir. He explains polyphony and reveals what links Bach to The Beach Boys, using archive material of a range of performers, and contributions from choral experts.
Director/Producer Rob McCabe First shown on BBC4
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4.00 Witness: Immigration UK Examining immigration into the UK since 1948. 98573 5.00 Race: Division or Diversity? The challenges faced by people moving to a new country.