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06:00

QI

Sandi Toksvig considers some naval navigation matters with Johnny Vegas, Ronni Ancona, Jimmy Carr, and Alan Davies.

06:30

QI

Sandi Toksvig is joined by guests Colin Lane, Sarah Millican, Noel Fielding and Alan Davies to help run the numbers.

07:00

QI

Sandi Toksvig talks about what comes next alongside Lucy Porter, Frankie Boyle, Ross Noble and Alan Davies.

07:30

QI

Sandi Toksvig is joined by Jo Brand, Clive Anderson, Jimmy Carr and Alan Davies to look at all things new.

08:00

Serengeti

In the aftermath of the storm, the vast landscape is flooded, everyone is on the move, heading for higher ground, but the flood waters bring danger and the characters experience the terrifying ordeal of being washed away.

09:00

Serengeti

Nalla, the elephant matriarch, is grieving the loss of her sister, but with Kadogo missing there is no time to lose. She sets off to find him. After the floods, the land is starting the process of renewal. Bakari is enjoying the perks of being an alpha male, with both Cheka and Bibi vying for his attention. He is blissfully unaware of the conflicts going on behind his back.

09:55

Spectacular Earth

Volcan del Fuego in Guatemala is one of the most `explosive' volcanoes of them all. To reveal what's happening within the volcano, visit the 'new' Island of Surtsey, flamingos flocking in Kenya, and a boiling geyser in Iceland.

10:50

Spectacular Earth

The largest of all of Earth's displays stretches across thousands of kilometres in the night sky: the Aurora Borealis. The arctic wilderness of Northern Sweden is one of the best places to witness the aurora.

11:45

The Great British Sewing Bee

Under the scrutiny of Savile Row's Patrick Grant and Central St Martin's Esme Young, ten fresh-faced home sewers face three challenges designed to test their skill and understanding of basic garment construction. First the sewers follow a pattern for a woman's top made up of four pieces.

12:35

The Great British Sewing Bee

Nine amateur sewers return, ready to show judges Patrick Grant and Esme Young that they can make beautiful clothes on a miniature scale. Claudia Winkleman sets the sewers three challenges, each designed to test different fabric handling skills on children's clothing.

13:30

Travel Man: 48 Hours in...

Comedian Rob Beckett joins Richard Ayoade as together they do St Petersburg, Russia, in two days flat.

13:50

Antiques Roadshow

Antiques Roadshow is at Kenilworth Castle, near Coventry in the West Midlands, where intriguing treasures include a miniature safe, one of the world's first interactive golf games and a trilby belonging to an Eighties pop star. Fiona Bruce delves into the story of a car industry entrepreneur who saved Kenilworth Castle from ruin.

14:45

Antiques Roadshow

At Forty Hall in Enfield, North London, treasures turning up include a pair of miniature hands crafted by the artist Lucien Freud, a model of Donald Campbell's Bluebird which broke the land-speed record in 1964, and a destination board from the front of an early London bus. There is also a rare set of wedding jewellery from Nepal, and a diamond cross and gold necklace with a hefty price tag.

15:35

Antiques Roadshow

The show comes from Christchurch Park in Ipswich, where treasures include an Imperial Chinese porcelain vase fit for an emperor and some intriguing portraits relating to the Profumo scandal of the 1960s. Also featured are intricate, solid gold lapel badges from the Australian gold fields and a pair of delicate paintings by a famous Suffolk artist.

16:25

Life Below Zero

When bears, wolves and foxes are your only neighbours, life can be pretty lonely. Add minus-60-degree days and a constant battle for the most basic necessities, and you have the daily challenges of people who live in remote corners of Alaska. This series takes viewers deep into an Alaskan winter to meet tough, resilient residents as they try to stay one step ahead of storms and man-eating beasts to survive the season. When the closest neighbour is more than 300 miles away, these Alaskans subsist solely on what is hunted and foraged. They catch fish for currency in bartering for supplies, or use their packs of sled dogs for transportation. Also highlighted is a time of year not always part of what viewers see in Alaska: spring! Ice is breaking, animals are waking, and residents face new tests before deep cold returns.

17:10

Wild Scandinavia

Scandinavia's northern extremes have been shaped by ice and fire, but it's the sun that reigns over these frozen kingdoms. A look at how musk oxen, polar bears and arctic foxes endure the long, dark polar night.

18:00

Mammals

For millions of years, mammals have evolved to master every environment on Earth, but the planet is changing rapidly, all thanks to one mammal in particular: humans. As mankind reshapes the world, mammals must change with it if they are to survive.

18:55

Alexander Armstrong In South Korea

On the last leg of his South Korean adventure, Alexander Armstrong heads to the port of Busan, where South Korea's biggest fish market is to be found. Alexander gets to try some of the weirdest seafood, including sea creatures that are still moving.

19:35

Planet Earth III: Making Of

To film maned wolves, the `Planet Earth III' crew joined pioneering scientists in Brazil.

19:50

Travel Man: 48 Hours in...

Richard Ayoade is joined by Jack Dee for a clock-conscious exploration of Naples. The result is two days rich in humour, history, culture and pizza.

20:15

Travel Man: 48 Hours in...

Comedian Rob Beckett joins Richard Ayoade as together they do St Petersburg, Russia, in two days flat.

20:40

Ben Fogle's Lost Worlds

Once at the heart of the American motor industry, and birthplace of a music genre earning global recognition for black artists, Detroit was a thriving city. Ben sets out to explore the underbelly of Detroit as he tries to discover what went wrong.

21:25

Earth

Chris Packham tells the miraculous story of how plant life turned Earth from a barren rock into a vibrant green world, a 4.5-billion year-saga of extraordinary highs and lows that almost wiped out all life on the planet.

22:20

Live at the Apollo

Emmanuel Sonubi welcomes Troy Hawke and Olga Koch to the stage.

23:05

8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown

Combining two of Channel 4's favourite shows means viewers get to play along, a plus for both quiz and comedy fans alike. Jimmy Carr hosts the famous words and numbers quiz, with `8 Out of 10 Cats' team captains playing against each other. In each episode they are joined by guests from the world of comedy and entertainment, including Alan Carr, Lou Sanders, Johnny Vegas and more. Dictionary maven and adjudicator from `Countdown', Susie Dent, also takes part, joined by a different guest for each episode. Also, mathematician Rachel Riley takes on her usual `Countdown' role.

23:55

Wild Scandinavia

Scandinavia's northern extremes have been shaped by ice and fire, but it's the sun that reigns over these frozen kingdoms. A look at how musk oxen, polar bears and arctic foxes endure the long, dark polar night.

00:45

Mammals

For millions of years, mammals have evolved to master every environment on Earth, but the planet is changing rapidly, all thanks to one mammal in particular: humans. As mankind reshapes the world, mammals must change with it if they are to survive.

01:40

Antiques Roadshow

Antiques Roadshow is at Kenilworth Castle, near Coventry in the West Midlands, where intriguing treasures include a miniature safe, one of the world's first interactive golf games and a trilby belonging to an Eighties pop star. Fiona Bruce delves into the story of a car industry entrepreneur who saved Kenilworth Castle from ruin.

02:30

Antiques Roadshow

At Forty Hall in Enfield, North London, treasures turning up include a pair of miniature hands crafted by the artist Lucien Freud, a model of Donald Campbell's Bluebird which broke the land-speed record in 1964, and a destination board from the front of an early London bus. There is also a rare set of wedding jewellery from Nepal, and a diamond cross and gold necklace with a hefty price tag.

03:20

Antiques Roadshow

The show comes from Christchurch Park in Ipswich, where treasures include an Imperial Chinese porcelain vase fit for an emperor and some intriguing portraits relating to the Profumo scandal of the 1960s. Also featured are intricate, solid gold lapel badges from the Australian gold fields and a pair of delicate paintings by a famous Suffolk artist.

04:25

Travel Man: 48 Hours in...

Comedian Rob Beckett joins Richard Ayoade as together they do St Petersburg, Russia, in two days flat.

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