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Weekly TV Diary 15 – 21 January (U K Channels) (1 Viewer)

A CHAPLIN

Well-known member
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Monday 15th
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]*T BBC1 12.40 – 1.10 am Mission Africa[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]*T BBC1 1.55 - 2.25 am Sign Zone: Extreme Dreams with Ben Fogle Guyana[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]T BBC1 Northern Ireland 10.50 – 11.10 am Around Scotland On the Horizon – Within a decade Great Britain may be generating only about 80 per cent of the energy it needs. This programme examines future technologies that may close the gap.[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]*T BBC1 7.30 – 8.00 pm The Trawlermen 2/5 The Storm[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]*T BBC2 7.00 – 7.30 pm Elephant Diaries A year in the life of orphaned baby elephants filmed at the David Sheldrick Widlife Trust in Kenya[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]T BBC2 8.30 – 9.00 pm An Island Parish 1/8 The Isles of Scilly. It all feels a bit like a real-.life version of Trumpton.[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]Tuesday 16th[/font]
[font=Arial, sans-serif]*T BBC1 Northern Ireland 1.00 – 1.30 am Sign Zone: Mission Africa[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]*T BBC 1 2.55 – 3.25 am Sign Zone: Mission Africa[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]*T BBC1 4.10 – 4.40 am Sign Zone: Extreme Dreams with Ben Fogle Guyana[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]* T BBC2 11.10 – 12.00 pm Horizon – The Big Chill Documentary series looks at how Britain could be heading towards an Alaskan type climate as scientists believe that the Gulf Stream, which keeps temperatures unusually high for such a northerly latitude, is gradually being cut off.[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]*T BBC2 7.00 – 7.30 pm Elephant Diaries A year in the life of orphaned baby elephants filmed at the David Sheldrick Widlife Trust in Kenya[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]*T Channel 5 7.15 – 8.00 pm Hidden Treasure Houses – Scampston Hall – Deputy chairman of Sotheby's James Miller explores the history and architectural treasures of Scampston Hall in north-east Yorkshire. Currently the home of Sir Charles and Lady Legard, Scampston is one of the most beautiful neo-classical houses in the area.[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]*T BBC2 7.30 – 8.00 pm Bill Oddie Back in the USA 1/6 [/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]T BBC2 Wales 7.30 – 8.00 pm Weatherman Walking - Winter – Weatherman Derek Brockway goes wild in the country with another two stunning Welsh walks. This time he explores a winter wonderland in Snowdonia and braves a blizzard over the Blorenge mountain for a ramble through the Blaenavon World Heritage Park.[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]*T BBC2 9.00 – 9.50 pm Dive Caribbean: 1/4[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]Wednesday 17th[/font]
[font=Arial, sans-serif]*T BBC1 1.25 - 2.25 am Sign Zone: Ray Mears' Wild Food - Australia[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]*T BBC1 3.10 – 3.40 am Sign Zone: Extreme Dreams with Ben Fogle – Guyana[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]*T Channel 4 5.45 – 6.00 am Ancient Egypt – Series discovering the enduring legacy of the pharaohs, unlocking the potential for art and drama in the world of pyramids and mummies.[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]*T BBC2 7.00 – 7.30 pm Elephant Diaries A year in the life of orphaned baby elephants filmed at the David Sheldrick Widlife Trust in Kenya[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]T Channel 5 7.15 – 8.00 pm Great Ocean Adventures: The Humpback Whale 3/8 Monty Halls heads to the Kingdom of Tonga to search for the Humpback Whale. As he begins to dive with these oceanic leviathans, he finds himself surrounded by a haunting underwater melody.[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]T BBC2 8.00 – 9.00 pm Ray Mears' Wild Food 3/5 – Wetland – Ray processes water lily seeds, tries spear fishing from a canoe and tastes plant matter from a pollen core thousands of years old.[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]Thursday 18th[/font]
[font=Arial, sans-serif]*T BBC1 1.10 – 2.00 am Sign Zone:Trek: Spy on the Wildebeest – The Journey Two part documentary following a wildebeest calf making a spectacular year-long journey, an arduous 3,000 km round trip across Tanzania's Serengeti and Kenya's Masai Mara.[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]*T BBC1 2.55 – 3.25 am Sign Zone: Extreme Dreams with Ben Fogle – Guyana[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]The following programme is not being shown in Scotland and Northern Ireland[/font]
[font=Arial, sans-serif]*T BBC2 7.00 – 7.30 pm Elephant Diaries A year in the life of orphaned baby elephants filmed at the David Sheldrick Widlife Trust in Kenya[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]T ITV1 Anglia 7.30 – 8.00 pm Tales from the Country – Selina Scott comes face to face with the pernicious plant that is Japanese knotweed and meets the Berkshire based scientists tackling it with the aid of fungus and weevils brought from the Far East. Tony Francis is in Gloucestershire on the trail of the fast breeding mink and meets the men hunting the fens for a fish called Zander.[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]T ITV1 Border and Border Central 7.30 - 8.00 pm The Way we Were – A nostalgic look back to times gone by. In this edition we look at some amazing journeys undertaken by people before long haul travel was commonplace, including one lady's incredible solo car trip across America and into Alaska in 1959.[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]T ITV1 Carlton Central 7.30 – 8.00 pm Waterworld – Timothy West returns with a new series about the inland waterways, from the working boats of two centuries ago to their modern day counterparts and pleasure craft of today. Newlyweds Pete and Cathlene Fitt are waiting for her Australian relatives to arrive for a canal holiday – but the heatwave means there is not enough water to float their boat. There's a dramatic escape for Stephanie, after her mum's boat catches fire. Plus the designer floating home that looks like a greetings card.[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]T ITV1 Carlton West Country 7.30 – 8.00 pm Deep Wreck Mysteries – Fatal Decision Part 1 – In 1944 as an allied convoy made for France through the Bristol Channel, an explosion rocked the American freighter SS Ezra Weston. The Canadian corvette HMCS Regina turned back to help, her captain making a decision for which 30 of his crew paid with their lives. Sixty years on, divers uncover new evidence of a catastrophic sinking.[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]T ITV1 Granada 7.30 – 8.00 pm Locks and Quays Fred Talbot starts off another waterborne voyage this time on the Peak Forest Canal. In this edition, he reaches Ashton Canal, where he takes a look at the industrial buildings along the canal and goes past the Commonwealth stadium. He also calls in at the Tameside canal festival and spends the day with the Wooden Canal Boat Society.[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]T ITV1 London 7.30 – 8.00 pm Tales from the Country –Selina Scott comes face to face with the pernicious plant that is Japanese knotweed and meets the Berkshire based scientists tackling it with the aid of fungus and weevils brought from the Far East. Tony Francis is in Gloucestershire on the trail of the fast breeding mink and meets the men hunting the fens for a fish called Zander.[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]T ITV1 Meridian 7.30 – 8.00 pm Series River Walks – Charlie Dimmock walks the waterways of Southern England. The artificial meanders of the Cuckmere river are well known. Charlie starts her journey at the river mouth with the Severn Sisters cliffs in the background following the water course to the Michelham priory near Hailsham. Along the way she goes orchid hunting, canoeing and uncovers the mysteries of a huge chalk figure on the Sussex downs.and discovers why Hengistbury Head is so special.[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]T ITV1 Tyne Tees 7.30 – 8.00 pm The Way we Were – Being Prepared - Andy Kluz presents a series that takes a nostalgic and affectionate look back at peoples lives in the North East from the 1930s through to the post war-years. Today, events on the Home Front as the country prepares for war.[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]T ITV1 Wales 7.30 – 8.00 pm Fishlock's Wild Tracks – Up the Tywi Valley Trevor Fishlock presents the best walks in Wales and looks into the history and legends in the area along the way. He plans this week's adventure from a hot-air balloon on a misty morning. Through the Tywi Valley he will visit where the biggest fish was caught in British waters without a net. Pass the grave of the horse that won the Cheltenham Gold Cup at 100-1. And witness the final resting place of the man that reminded Queen Elizabeth 1 of her immortality by pointing out that she was getting old.[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]T ITV1 West 7.30 – 8.00 pm Deep Wreck Mysteries – Fatal Decision Part 1 – In 1944 as an allied convoy made for France through the Bristol Channel, an explosion rocked the American freighter SS Ezra Weston. The Canadian corvette HMCS Regina turned back to help, her captain making a decision for which 30 of his crew paid with their lives. Sixty years on, divers uncover new evidence of a catastrophic sinking.[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]T ITV1 Yorkshire 7.30 – 8.00 pm The Way We Were – Nostaglic series using archive and real-life experiences to illustrate how life has changed over the past 100 years, exploring family life, wartime experiences, work, the countryside, leisure and schooldays.[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]T BBC2 8.30 – 9.00 pm Bill Oddie Back in the USA 2/6 Florida[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]Friday 19th[/font]
[font=Arial, sans-serif]*T BBC1 2.40 – 3.10 am Sign Zone: Extreme Dreams with Ben Fogle - Guyana[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]The following programme is not being shown in Scotland[/font]
[font=Arial, sans-serif]*T BBC2 7.00 – 7.30 pm Elephant Diaries A year in the life of orphaned baby elephants filmed at the David Sheldrick Widlife Trust in Kenya[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]T Channel 5 7.30 – 8.00 pm Wild Events – The Sardine Run[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]T Channel 5 8.00 – 9.00 pm Nick Baker's Weird Creatures 2/7 Vampire Fish[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]T BBC2 9.00 – 9.50 pm Timewatch – Killer Cloud 3/6 Documentary about an environmental disaster of 1783 which killed thousands of Britons. Victims of a huge volcanic eruption in Iceland, they choked on the poisonous gases that enveloped Europe. The ensuing winter was one of the worst on record and took countless more lives. The tragedy wrought by the Laki eruption is well documented in Iceland but its impact on Britain has remained a mystery for the past 200 years. Timewatch goes in search of the evidence of Britain's forgotten disaster.[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]*T BBC2 9.50 – 10.00 pm Coast: South – The Jurassic Coast[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]Saturday 20th[/font]
[font=Arial, sans-serif]*T Channel 5 5.35 – 6.00 am Wildlife SOS [/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]*T BBC2 6.20 – 7.20 pm Trek: Spy on the Wildebeest – The Journey [/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]*T BBC2 8.10 – 9.00 pm Wild Caribbean – Treasure Islands – From flamingos to dolphins, coral reefs to whales, the area's rich mix of natural life is explored in this series.[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]Sunday 21st[/font]
[font=Arial, sans-serif]*T Channel 5 5.35 – 6.00 am Wildlife SOS[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]T BBC1 11.00 – 12.00 pm Countryfile – John Craven heads to Ayrshire to celebrate poet Robbie Burns, while Juliet Morris gets caught up in the Lincolnshire tradition of the Haxey Hood – a game with no teams, just plenty of players and where the only winner is a pub. Plus, does the supermarket building boom mean the death of the British high street?[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]T BBC1 Scotland 11.30 – 12.00 pm Landward [/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]*T BBC2 5.20 – 6.10 pm Natural World – Hammerhead[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]T Channel 4 5.30 – 6.25 pm Time Team Blacklands, Somerset – The team are in Somerset to investigate the remains of a small Roman villa, which is believed to date back to just after the time of the Roman invasion.[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]T BBC2 6.10 – 6.35 pm Meerkat Manor – Family Affair – Meet the Whiskers, a family of meerkats living on the edge of the Kalahari Desert.[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]T BBC2 6.35 – 7.00 pm Meerkat Manor – Love Thy Neighbour [/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]The following programme is not being shown in Scotland[/font]
[font=Arial, sans-serif]T BBC1 7.00 – 8.00 pm Trek: Spy on the Wildebeest – The Crossing Second part of the documentary following a wildebeest calf making a spectacular year long journey, an arduous 3,000 km round trip across Tanzania's Serengeti and Kenya's Masai Mara.[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]*T BBC2 7.00 – 8.00 pm Ray Mears' Wild Food – Wetland[/font]
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[font=Arial, sans-serif]T BBC1 8.00 – 9.00 pm Global Warming: Britain Under Threat – David Attenborough is joined by Kate Humble and Matt Allwright to investigate how climate change could threaten the country. They reveal the results of a unique experiment designed to predict the weather we can expect in the 21st century and they discover how the changing climate will influence where we live, the cars we drive and the natural world we treasure.[/font]
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christineredgate

Winner of the Copeland Wildlife Photographer of th
Thanks,Ann.Hope you are well,Alfie sends a big hug.He has been on a diet for a year,and has lost some weight,so he is very sleek and fit,lovely glossy coat,and bright eyes.
 

A CHAPLIN

Well-known member
Thanks Folks,

I have been hooked to a webcam today at Paington Zoo a rare Black Rhino Sita was due to give birth and I think it just happened and I have been watching all day. Typical played a game and I am sure I can now see baby tucked up with mum. http://www.bbc.co.uk/devon/rhino/ We only had 3l00 in the world now 3101. Well done Sita and Paington zoo.

Christine please give Alfie a big kiss from me and congratulations, sorry I haven't got a gold medal. Photo please a new svelt Alfie I must see. I am sure unlike humans who diet he is not bad tempered still the same lovable Alfie.

Ann :clap: :flowers: :D :D :D :D
 

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