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Sue Barker introduces live action from day three and a roundup of the news and results.
Videoplus code for 12.30-4.30 (not PDC) ..
4.30-8.30 (not PDC)
Including at 3.00 and 3.55 News Regional News; Weather

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Introduces:
Sue Barker

Wildlife programmesfrom around the world.
The Eagle and the Snake
Each year, on a tiny island off the coast of Borneo, hundreds of sea snakes congregate. Theirvenom is more potent than a cobra's. The island is in the territory of a pairof sea eagles. When the snakes arrive, they are a welcome addition to the eagles' diet.
But these spectacular animals are on a collision course. See today's choices. Series producer Paul Appleby
* See This Week: page 7

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Producer:
Paul Appleby

The Pyramid. Even without pulleys the ancient Egyptians were able to lift millions of stone blocks, each weighingovertwo tonnes, to build the pyramids. How did they do it? In the shadow of the Great Pyramid of Giza, a modem team led by archaeologist Mark Lehnerand stonemason Roger Hopkins struggle to build a replica. Narrated by Art Malik.
Last in the series. See today's choices. Producer Michael Bames ; Executive producers Jana Bennett and Robin Brightwell

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Unknown:
Mark Lehnerand
Unknown:
Roger Hopkins
Unknown:
Art Malik.
Producer:
Michael Bames
Producers:
Jana Bennett
Producers:
Robin Brightwell

The Scottish Highlands - in Search of Wilderness. As
Britain's cities grew, much of the nation's wilderness was tamed, including the isolated Highland landscape where urban dwellers have increasingly sought solace. The final programme in the series written and narrated by Richard Mabey charts the fundamental changes that have taken place there. See today's choices. Producers Mike Birkhead and David W Rolfe
BBC BOOK: Postcards from the Country is available in hardback from booksellers.

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Unknown:
Richard Mabey
Producers:
Mike Birkhead
Producers:
David W Rolfe

Open University
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Summer Nights
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BBC Focus
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