BBC iPlayer Highlights 8-14 September 2018

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A quick round up of what's new this week on BBC iPlayer, programmes that are about to become unavailable, plus some hidden gems you might have missed.


Strictly Come Dancing – from Sat 8 Sept
Kylie Live At Hyde Park – from Sun 9 Sept
Question Time – from Thurs 13 Sept


Last Night Of The Proms – from Sat 8 Sept
Princess Margaret: The Rebel Royal – from Tue 11 Sept
Trust (box set) – from Wed 12 Sept

BBC Three

Sex Map of Britain: Eggs On Ice – from Sun 9 Sept
The Luke McQueen Pilots: Sex With My Father – from Wed 12 Sept

BBC Four

Oceans Apart: Art And The Pacific With James Fox – from Mon 10 Sept
Tales Of Tudor Travel: The Explorer's Handbook – from Tue 11 Sept
Classic Albums: Amy Winehouse - Back To Black – from Fri 14 Sept

BBC Radio 1

Live Lounge: Thirty Seconds To Mars – from Mon 10 Sept
Live Lounge: Slaves – from Tue 11 Sept
Radio 1 Stories: Living The Dream – from Fri 14 Sept

Aishwarya Rai stars in Devdas

Devdas (film)
This lavish Bollywood production is a tragic story of doomed love. After his family prohibits him from marrying the woman he loves, Devdas turns to alcohol. Available until Tues 11 Sept.

Who Do You Think You Are?
Robert 'Judge' Rinder follows the story of his grandfather, a Holocaust survivor, as well as investigating the dark mystery surrounding his great-grandfather. Available until Fri 14 Sept.

Critical: Inside Intensive Care
Documentary offering an intimate portrayal of life in an intensive care unit, revealing the life-changing decisions made by doctors, patients and their families. Available until Wed 12 Sept.

Phoebe Waller-Bridge writes and stars in Fleabag

Fleabag (box set)
Comedy-drama series written by and starring Phoebe Waller-Bridge. Follows a young woman trying to navigate modern life in London.

Segregated America: A School In The South
Series filmed over the course of one year following the staff and students at a majority African-American high school in South Carolina.

Rome's Invisible City
In his favourite city, Alexander Armstrong explores the secret underground treasures that made Rome the powerhouse of the ancient world.

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