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Wild Britain With Ray Mears | Spooks | A History of Horror With Mark Gatiss | Whitechapel | Tonight's TV highlights

10 October 2010 10:44 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Wild Britain With Ray Mears | Spooks | A History of Horror With Mark Gatiss | Whitechapel

Wild Britain With Ray Mears

8pm, ITV1

The survival expert heads off to various British nature spots to scrabble around in search of history and wildlife, and in this opening episode he's in the Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire. Originally protected as a royal hunting reserve in the 11th century, the Forest once ran amuck with wild boar. Then, 300 years ago, the last one died. Now they have been reintroduced. Mears spots a handful of them, with their piglets, on a foraging trip for the ingredients for a wild salad – but stops short of adding boar to his dinner.


9pm, BBC1

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