3/4 Julian Richards returns to the excavation of two very different Iron Age women. (R)
Are Scottish deer an asset to the rural economy or a menace to the environment?
BBC Radio 4
Martin Hughes-Games presents the common crane.
1/10 The team joins a group of scientists and help track down two of the world's rarest lemurs. (R)
Cailean Maclean and Angus Peter Campbell take us on their walk through Sleat in Skye.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Felicity Evans visits the Birmingham bog that inspired Tolkien's Middle Earth.
How DNA matching techniques can help identify those who perished in Typhoon Haiyan.
BBC Two except Scotland
Mike Grundon and Val Turner explore all aspects of outdoor life in Shetland.
BBC Radio Scotland BBC Radio Shetland only
26/26 The nature and wildlife of Britain and Ireland. The Mighty Moorhen. (R)
2/4 Pembrokeshire legend Auntie Vi Weston celebrates her 92nd birthday at her Bosherston cafe.
BBC Two Wales only
Helen Mark and Michael McNamee visit six of Northern Ireland's most important waterways. (R)
BBC Radio Ulster
3/3 How some species survived the ice age that began 2.8 million years ago. (R)
Forensic DNA matching could help identify victims of Typhoon Haiyan
BBC World Service
Professor Brian Cox takes an audience on a journey into the universe of the Doctor.
How DNA matching techniques can help identify those who perished in Typhoon Haiyan. (R)
Friday 15 November 2013