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Attenborough's Ark (BBC2, 7.30pm) He's spent a life-time encountering species of all shapes and sizes around the globe. But now the naturalist chooses the 10 endangered species from around the world he'd like to save from extinction, explaining why these animals are so important and highlighting the work of biologists helping to keep them alive. New Scrabble words alert: check out the olm and the northern quoll.

The Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance (BBC1, 9.15pm) The Legion has been organising this event since 1927, when it was transmitted around the world by the BBC with songs, military bands and two minutes of silence. Some of the songs, displays and performances may have changed since then, but the spirit of the concert is very much intact. Taking part are Gareth Malone's Military Wives choir with X Factor finalist and serving soldier Jonjo Kerr performing In My Dreams. Plus there's Russell Watson, Alexandra Burke and Rod Stewart.

The Jonathan Ross Show (ITV1, 9.50pm) In this final episode Wossy has a veritable wealth of worthies, including internet sensation Psy. The South Korean singer and rapper has racked up over 600 million YouTube views with his viral hit single Gangnam Style. Plus Homeland star Damien Lewis talks to the host about his role as terrorist-in-the making Brody in the American political drama, now in its second series and watched by over three million loyal viewers each week.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Daily Post (Conwy, Wales)
Date:Nov 10, 2012
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