The Falcon tries to find a kidnapped scientist who has a formula for synthetic diamonds.
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The suave investigator strives to clear his name when framed for a murder.
9/12 A look at the borders between land and water, and the life that thrives there. (R)
6/6 Fred Dibnah examines the skill of Britain's shipbuilders and machine engineers. (R)
17/20 Michael Portillo visits the oldest working factory in the world at Cromford. (R)
James Martin takes a look back at some of his favourite recipes and best moments. (R)
8/10 Angela Hartnett shows how to create a pizza bianco using rich and creamy taleggio cheese. (R)
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3/6 Rick learns about temple cooking in Madurai and makes a traditional Keralan pork curry. (R)
28/34 The career of Robert Redford is examined in this exploration of the BBC archives.
Romantic drama about a 20-year relationship between a political activist and a socialite.
Alistair Appleton is in Shropshire helping a couple seek out a 'green' country dream. (R)
8/10 A conservationist tries to stop wild beavers from causing property damage. (R)
7/75 St George's Hall plays host. One of the gems uncovered is Julia Carter Preston plate. (R)
1/3 The story of 1914-18 based on the letters and journals of those who lived through WWI.
4/4 Ghost hunters try to find out if Chapel Bay Fort at Angle is hiding more than weapons. (R)
13/13 The platoon goes on an exercise, but there are surprises in store for Captain Mainwaring. (R)
2/7 Katie Derham hosts Proms Extra, the weekly Proms magazine show.
1/2 Melvyn Bragg looks at the life of John Ball, who led the misnamed Peasants' Revolt in 1381
The athletics programme concludes with the relays.
15/16 With Sue Perkins, Reginald D Hunter, Jimmy Carr and Alan Davies. (R)
A tribesman and his people are captured to be used as a human sacrifice in a Mayan city.
Follows the tour of duty of Australian soldier Bill as he is sent to Vietnam in 1969.