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A beautiful new girl enrols in the school but doesn’t waste any time in causing mayhem amongst both staff and pupils with her outrageous behaviour. Simon launches his new Resilience Education plan to make the pupils tougher and Nikki returns from the holidays with a new love interest.
Illegal migrants, believed to number over 600,000, more than the population of Manchester, are at the sharp end of the debate about immigration in Britain - yet are frequently hidden from public view.
People have been moving to Britain in unprecedented numbers. In the decade to 2012, net immigration was equivalent to 10 cities the size of Southampton. And with the lifting of work restrictions, further waves of migrants may arrive from Romania and Bulgaria.
CBBC drama The Dumping Ground returns today for a brand new series following the dilemmas, dramas and friendships of the young people in Jacqueline Wilson’s fictional children’s home.
Saturday 4 January
Colin Murray introduces live action from Lakeside Country Club as the BDO World Professional Darts Championships get underway.
Sunday 5 January
In episode two of this new series, Sherlock faces his biggest challenge of all - delivering a Best Man's speech on John's wedding day!
Graham Bell and Ed Leigh are in Munich as the World Cup tour begins the new year in spectacular fashion with the parallel night slalom races in the city centre.
Monday 6 January
Father Brown (Mark Williams) is sceptical when a parishioner believes she’s being haunted by her sister who went missing years ago. However, when she herself vanishes, he must investigate both disappearances.
Archeologist and historian Neil Oliver continues his search of the Sacred Wonders Of Britain in the second of this three-part series.
As Stargazing Live returns to BBC Two, the stars of CBeebies come together to find out more about the wonders of the universe and explore the amazing spectacle of the night sky.
Time For School is an exciting fly-on-the-wall series following the ups and downs of real reception children as they start school. The series will capture every aspect of this unfamiliar but fun journey, in an entertaining and heart-warming observational documentary style.
Tuesday 7 January
When ex-serviceman Felix Underwood (Peter Bramhill) staggers along the street in a hospital gown and mutters ‘murder’ to Inspector Sullivan (Tom Chambers) and Mrs McCarthy (Sorcha Cusack) before collapsing, Father Brown decides to investigate the facility where he was a patient.
Wednesday 8 January
On a visit to Pryde Castle, Father Brown (Mark Williams) discovers a trail of mystery, intrigue and betrayal which envelops the Pryde family and provides a motive for murder.
Thursday 9 January
Father Brown (Mark Williams) hears the confession of convicted killer Violet Fernsley (Emma Stanfield), as she kneels on the floor of her prison cell. Prison Officer Charlie Denham (Stuart Laing) relays the news that her appeal has been denied.
BBC RADIO 3
Petroc Trelawny presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show.
Friday 10 January
When Professor Hilary Ambrose (James Laurenson), returns home from posting a parcel to his old friend Father Brown (Mark Williams), he’s unnerved to see that his home has been ransacked. Just then an intruder leaps out from the shadows and holds a chloroformed handkerchief over his face and everything goes black…
Petroc Trelawny presents highlights from the BBC Proms 2013 chamber music concerts at Cadogan Hall, Chelsea.
Introduced by Petroc Trelawny, a compilation of BBC archive footage of Paul Tortelier, from 1955 to 1984.
Born To Be Wild is a three-part series telling the story of the rise and fall of the golden age of American rock from the late 60s to the early 90s.