Ray visits the Cevennes National Park in southern France, one of the country's most uninhabited regions. He meets Laurent, a farmer whose family have grown chestnut trees for generations, before setting up a campfire to cook some of the nuts to make soup. He then chats to a beekeeper who builds traditional hives from tree trunks, and then he heads off in search of wolves - an animal that was once common in this area - and learns how vultures have been successfully reintroduced to the region.
Wild France with Ray Mears
A look back at some of the highlights and comical bloopers from the last week on Eurosport.
The tragic story of four-year-old Darcey Freeman, who was thrown to her death from a Melbourne bridge by her father in 2009.
Crimes That Shook Australia
Surreal animated comedy, in which the titular old man and his ragtag band of followers travel around the world, stopping by the homes of his innumerable nieces, nephews and grandchildren to help them out of trouble.
With a variety of metal objects to choose their metal from, four new competitors attempt to forge a knife in their own style before taking on the Boar Spear.
Forged in Fire
A 19-year-old clerk is abducted from a Florida convenience store while eyewitnesses watch on in horror. Paula Zahn examines this case.
On the Case with Paula Zahn
The arrival of 10 new singles gives the exes a fresh shot. Plus, tensions build in an exercise.
A look back at the Four Hills events, which featured the world's leading ski jumpers in action.
Documentary about human remains and artefacts found in the Himalayas, some dating back to 2800BC and revealing evidence of early death rituals to ward off the supernatural.
Mystery of the Himalayan Mummies