Sunday evening BBC1 at 6.30pm sees the first of three programmes in a new series Nature’s Miracle Babies. Martin Hughes-Games travels to China to look at the giant panda, which is probably everyones idea of a really cute animal, especially the cubs.
Next Wednesday on BBC2 at 8.00pm is Natural World: Animal House. The article about this in the Radio Times made me smile as it said…It’s another hold-your-breath-I-didn’t-know-that programme with the kind of peerlessly unfussy David Attenborough narration that’s a lesson to every wildlife presenter.
It’s my local horticultural society show on Saturday where I’ll be stewarding. We usually get all ready the previous evening but we can’t do that this year which means an even earlier start and a longer day. Never mind it’s all worthwhile and most enjoyable. I’ve no doubt that I’ll be tired by the time I do get home but if I manage to stay awake I shall turn the TV on to BBC2 at 9.15pm to watch the BBC Proms – Prom 59 Hooray for Hollywood which celebrates the golden age of film musicals including a special tribute to the RKO films of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.
Have a good weekend!