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7/8. More Grown Up. The children involved in making films for the first series two years ago document their lives today, as they go through house moves, welcome new siblings and develop new interests. Concludes tomorrow at 7pm.
Producers Nicola Gibson ; Exec producer Tracy Jeune

Contributors

Producers:
Nicola Gibson
Producer:
Tracy Jeune

5/8. Rick Stein. Seafood chef Rick Stein offers advice to Simon Spalding on creating the perfect seafood menu, including lobster with a Pernod and olive oil dressing. Series producer Nichola Hegarty ; Executive producer
Nick Vaughan-Barratt

Contributors

Unknown:
Rick Stein.
Unknown:
Rick Stein
Unknown:
Simon Spalding
Producer:
Nichola Hegarty
Producer:
Nick Vaughan-Barratt

3/6. Sunday Lunch. Preparing a Sunday feast for 12 people, Neneh Cherry and Andi Oliver visit their favourite market, Ridley Road in east London's
Hackney, and bump into their culinary hero Nigel Slater while they are buying the meat
Series producer Kaye Godleman

Contributors

Unknown:
Andi Oliver
Unknown:
Nigel Slater
Producer:
Kaye Godleman

3/6. James Martin returns to his old school in Yorkshire where he flunked his Home Economics GCSE. He also tries to teach busy city traders how easy it is to make a crumble and helps ice-cream van innovator Morfudd Richards create some desserts that will make children eat more fruit and veg.
Producer Emma Robertson; Series producer David Vallance BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: James Martin shares his favourite indulgent desserts in the May issue. Out now, priced E2.99

3/11. Moose on the Loose. Wildlife biologists
Rick Sinnott and Jessy Coltrane want to prove that large wild animals can live happily in the biggest city in Alaska. But how will the 250,000 citizens of Anchorage adjust to sharing their parks and grounds with 1.000 moose, 60 grizzly bears, 200 black bears and several packs of wolves? The close encounters that ensue between man and beast are often entertaining, but with such dangerous predators in people's backyards, Rick and Jessy sometimes struggle to keep the peace. Producer Ian Gray ; Series editor Tim Martin Moment of the week: page 59; The Inside Story: page 92

Contributors

Unknown:
Rick Sinnott
Unknown:
Jessy Coltrane
Producer:
Ian Gray
Editor:
Tim Martin

Regional Variations (2)

Wild

2006-07 Shorts

Episode 14: New Forest Ponies

Duration: 9 minutes

on BBC Two England

Wildlife documentary about the ponies of the New Forest in Hampshire, where they live an almost wild existence, roaming these ancient forests freely through most of the year. Show more

Regional Variations (2)

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

Adrian Chiles meets the fourth candidate to be fired. Guest panellists Vanessa Feltz, Woolworths Chief Executive Trevor Bish-Jones and Nick Hewer discuss the show.

BBC Two England

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