Big Cat Diary, Series 4 Episode guide

  1. Episode 8

    8/8 Last in the series includes cheetahs, an elusive male leopard and a contented lion pride.

    First broadcast: 22 Dec 2002

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  2. Episode 7

    7/8 The cheetah cubs play, baboons menace the leopard and some buffalo attack the lion.

    First broadcast: 15 Dec 2002

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  3. Episode 6

    6/8 Brave cheetah cubs try to hunt elephants! Plus a guide to identifying Marsh pride lions.

    First broadcast: 01 Dec 2002

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  4. Episode 5

    5/8 A herd of wildebeest cross a river and the Ridge pride lions attack a black rhino.

    First broadcast: 24 Nov 2002

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  5. Episode 4

    4/8 Lions visit the Big Cat team's campsite, and the cheetah defends her cubs from a lion.

    First broadcast: 17 Nov 2002

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  6. Episode 3

    3/8 Simon King encounters some cheetahs, Jonathan Scott finds the male lion from last year.

    First broadcast: 03 Nov 2002

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  7. Episode 2

    2/8 The presenters trail a leopard, follows lion and go looking for cheetahs.

    First broadcast: 27 Oct 2002

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  8. Episode 1

    1/8 The cheetahs, leopards and the Marsh pride lionesses all have new cubs.

    First broadcast: 20 Oct 2002

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