The lowdown on the gorillas.
2/4 How the last Ice Age saw mammoths roam the frozen North Sea.
Followed by Weather
2/6. The 1920s was the golden age of musical theatre - Richard Rodgers and Lorenz "Larry" Hart, George and Ira Gershwin, Fred Astaire and Al Jolson were all forging careers as songwriters, producers and performers. But as the Jazz Age drew to a close, the industry suffered the double blow of talking pictures and the Wall Street Crash. Presented by Julie Andrews.
Gob practises new magic tricks, while Lindsay tracks down her grandmother - and inheritance. (AD) Repeated next Sunday on BBC2
Time Shift celebrates the dynamos behind great British bands from the 1950s to today. See Tuesday's choice.
3/10; series two. Larry experiences the "trick" side of Halloween. (AD)
11.30 4/10; series two. Larry seems to be a couple of prawns short of a Chinese takeaway. (AD)
What lies behind the Spectator editor's shambolic facade?
A sugar crisis engulfs the government.
Midlands architecture; signed