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Great British Food Revival | Wolves Of Yellowstone | Meet The Elephant Man | Jamie's Dream School | The Model Agency | Republic Of Doyle

Great British Food Revival

8pm, BBC2

It's James Martin's turn to help save a national treasure. He's on a mission to save the "good old" (as he insists on calling it) British apple. With 65% of apples imported, and supermarkets demanding uniformity in looks and size, there is a danger that traditional homegrown varieties will die out. But in what maybe an unfortunate scheduling mishap, Martin takes to the kitchen to show us some tasty apple recipes when it's not, er, apple season, and you'll be pushed to find anything other than those pesky foreign imports. Martin Skegg

Wolves Of Yellowstone

8pm, National Geographic Wild

This isn't so much a documentary about wolves in Yellowstone National Park, of which there are several packs, but rather a biography of one particular
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Tonight's TV: Wednesday 23 March

Tonight Brian Richards, who has Proteus syndrome, is introduced to someone with the same condition – Joseph Merrick, the Elephant Man. Elsewhere, lone wolf Casanova strikes out in Wolves Of Yellowstone and Republic of Doyle returns for a new series. Meet The Elephant Man Discovery/HD: 9pm Joseph Merrick has been many things to many people, from object of revulsion in Victorian freak shows to medical curiosity, but to Brian Richards he's his hero.
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Meet The Elephant Man

Joseph Merrick is a hero to Brian Richards, because he also suffers from the same condition. In this film Brian meets a team of scientists who attempt to learn more about Proteus syndrome by using technology to bring Merrick back to life. Were it not for David Lynch's Bafta-award winning and multi Oscar-nominated film The Elephant Man, the awareness of Joseph Merrick's life would be restricted to a few fragile photographs.
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