A new gadget is released.
Followed by Frankenfacts!
Fred takes over the household chores.
Andrew Neil and Anita Anand report on Prime Minister's Questions.
Marking Black History month. With voiceover. (SL)
Presented by Declan Curry and Naga Munchetty. How customers will be affected by recent Northern Rock developments.
Felicity Kendal appeals on behalf of the Blue Cross.
DONATIONS: for details see Sunday BBC1 at 4.25pm
Longleat's baby Bactrian camel Elvis tries to stand.
An exhausted Jesse witnesses a suspicious death.
Items go up for auction in Wolverhampton.
The search for a new champion guizzer continues, showing on the BBC HD channel at 6.30pm
A retired couple look for a rural retreat. (Revised rpt)
Claudia Winkleman assesses how the celebrity contestants are shaping up for Saturday.
Producer Joanna Larmer : Series producer Jayne Stanger
Series four. Anglesey to Blackpool. Neil Oliver learns how to fly fighter jets at RAF Valley in Anglesey and examines Llandudno's claim that it was the inspiration for Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Also, Miranda Krestovnikoff goes on a beach safari on Sefton Sands, England's largest sand dunes, and Hermione Cockburn explores the enduring attraction of our seaside towns at Blackpool Pleasure Beach.
Series producer Steve Evanson ; Exec producer William Lyons
New series. Biologist Lynn Rogers uses a controversial technique - giving food to wild black bears to gain their trust - and follows a family of four over a year in and around the forests of northern Minnesota, providing an intimate and fascinating portrait of the lives and habits of these animals.
Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel at 10pm
ANIMAL COVER STARS: [web address removed]
BBC WILDLIFE MAGAZINE: out monthly, price Â£3.45
David Butcher on muzak and wildlife: page 47
New series. In a follow-up to his acclaimed series The History of Modern Britain, the journalist and political commentator presents an account of the events that shaped Britain from the death of Queen Victoria to the end of the Second World War. As the 20th century dawns, Marr finds the country mourning the death of its beloved monarch, fighting an intractable guerrilla war against the Boers in South Africa, enjoying the bawdy pleasures of music hall, and worrying about the physical and moral strength of the working class.
Rptd on Fri at 7pm Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
BBC HISTORY MAGAZINE: out monthly, price Â£3.60
Why Churchill would hate modern Britain: page 27
5/14. Frank Skinner hosts the comedy music quiz with team captains Phill Jupitus and Noel Fielding. Tonight's guests are Calvin Harris, Jon Richardson, Fearne Cotton and Tinchy Stryder.
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With Jeremy Paxman.
Followed by Weather
Veteran broadcaster and voyager Alan Whicker sets off on a world trip during which he reflects on his varied life and career. Beginning in Venice, he retraces his steps from soldier to journalist and thence to the fledgling world of television.
Series four. As the worst winter for a generation arrives, there's a question mark over the future of Heike's nurse, Sara. Shown on Monday at 7.30pm