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Zoo Factor

Episode 7: Itchy Birthday

Duration: 20 minutes

on BBC Two Scotland

Puppet show featuring a spoof talent show for animals. Everyone starts scratching as a bunch of fleas escape from one of the acts. Will they wreck Hilly's birthday? Show more

Contributors

Voice of Barry:
Tim Vine
Voice of Celia:
Katy Brand
Voice of Clive:
Kim Wall
Voice of Hilly Wallaby:
Mel Giedroyc
Voice of Mack:
Martin Trenaman
Voice of Mick:
Dave Lamb
Voice of Terry:
Lizzie Stables
Writer:
Mark Evans
Writer:
Will Ing
Executive Producer:
Robin Lyons
Producer:
Alan Nixon
Director:
Alan Nixon

In the Night Garden

Series 1

Episode 22: Upsy Daisy's Big Loud Sing Song

on BBC Two Scotland

Available for years

Series for young children about a magical place. Upsy Daisy sings through her megaphone. The Pontipines cover their ears - what loud singing! Show more

Nature's Calendar

Series 1

Episode 22: Summer: Woodlands

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Two Scotland

Chris Packham presents a guide to the best places to see wildlife this summer. In Surrey, he looks for the Holy Grail of butterflies - the purple emperor. Show more

Daily Politics

2010 Election Debates

The Business Debate

Duration: 45 minutes

on BBC Two Scotland

Peter Mandelson, Ken Clarke, John Thurso and John Swinney debate business policy. They are cross-examined by Andrew Neil and BBC business editor Robert Peston. Show more

Eggheads

Series 11

Episode 22

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Two Scotland

Dermot Murnaghan hosts a general knowledge quiz in which teams from all over the UK battle to beat the Eggheads, some of the country's top quiz champions. Show more

Contributors

Participant:
Barry Simmons
Participant:
Judith Keppel
Participant:
Chris Hughes
Participant:
Kevin Ashman
Participant:
CJ de Mooi
Participant:
Daphne Fowler
Producer:
Rob Dean
Executive Producer:
David Young
Executive Producer:
Andy Culpin

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Two Scotland

Live coverage from the quarter-finals, where the difference between winning and losing is almost 28,000 pounds. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Hazel Irvine
Presenter:
Rishi Persad
Participant:
John Parrott
Participant:
Ken Doherty
Commentator:
Neal Foulds
Commentator:
Terry Griffiths
Commentator:
Dennis Taylor
Commentator:
Willie Thorne
Commentator:
John Virgo

Grow Your Own Drugs

Series 2

Episode 6: Wild Plants

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Two Scotland

Ethnobotanist James Wong rounds his series off with a look at the plants that have provided a free living pharmacy for thousands of years: wild plants. Show more

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Two Scotland

Michael Mosley explores how history has shaped science. He looks at how we came to understand that our planet was not at the centre of everything in the cosmos. Show more

Mad Men

Series 3

Episode 13: Shut the Door, Have a Seat

Duration: 50 minutes

on BBC Two Scotland

1960s drama series. Don, Lane, Roger and Bert hatch a plan when they discover that the agency is being sold again. Betty and Don formalise their divorce. Show more

Contributors

Don Draper:
Jon Hamm
Peggy Olson:
Elisabeth Moss
Betty Draper:
January Jones
Pete Campbell:
Vincent Kartheiser
Roger Sterling:
John Slattery
Bertram Cooper:
Robert Morse
Paul Kinsey:
Michael Gladis
Ken Cosgrove:
Aaron Staton
Harry Crane:
Rich Sommer
Conrad Hilton:
Chelcie Ross
Duck Phillips:
Mark Moses
Lane Pryce:
Jared Harris

Genres

Duration: 50 minutes

on BBC Two Scotland

Highlights from the quarter-finals are introduced from Sheffield.

Duration: 2 hours

on BBC Two Scotland

Extended highlights of the quarter-finals.

Contributors

Presenter:
Hazel Irvine
Presenter:
Rishi Persad
Participant:
John Parrott
Participant:
Ken Doherty
Commentator:
Neal Foulds
Commentator:
Terry Griffiths
Commentator:
Dennis Taylor
Commentator:
Willie Thorne
Commentator:
John Virgo

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