2/3 How some species survived the catastrophic asteroid collision 65 million years ago. (R)
Gareth Mitchell looks at the technology behind the Paralympics.
BBC World Service
The Northern Irish farming community speaks out about plans for a National Park.
BBC Radio 4
Neil Oliver visits Chapel Bay Fort in Milford Haven. (R)
Chris Packham visits some of the country's parks and estates to spot red deer rutting. (R)
3/5 Alison Steadman asks how it should be decided what makes a British bird.
Why is the Italian birth rate falling? Laurie Taylor on the crisis of the Italian family.
2/4 Anneka, Phil and Joe transform a garden for the Sunderland Carers' Centre.
What fish can we expect in our seas in 2060? Tom Heap investigates climate change Britain.
2/14 The world-famous matriarch died in 2009 - can her 38 relatives and descendants survive? (R)
1/6 How does the tube cope with the ever-increasing numbers of weekend passengers? (R)
2/3 Laverne Antrobus sees how child development is affected by obsessive compulsive disorder. (R)
Thursday 23 August 2012