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Los Angeles is home to more than a quarter of a million dogs from the pampered pooches of Beverley Hills to the pit bull terriers of the projects. In the first programme of his new series, Louis Theroux’s LA Stories, Louis enters the bizarre world of LA’s dogs, meeting the characters whose lives revolve around the city’s huge canine population.
Evolutionary biologist Ben Garrod seeks out what role bones play for animals to reproduce.
Sunday 23 March
The greatest Sport Relief weekend ever reaches its epic climax as thousands of people join in the fun and games and take part in the Sport Relief Games live from Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Queen Anne’s taking of the waters is cut short when her life is put in mortal danger. Meanwhile, Louis dines with wealthy German banker Count Mellendorf, who is looking for a French match for his beautiful daughter.
Monday 24 March
We are living through a technical revolution. Machines are beginning to talk to each other and to store and analyse unimaginable amounts of data: Big Data that has the potential to change our world.
Martha has to put her personal feelings aside when she is asked to defend a close friend from her past. Is she strong enough to ask him the tough questions in order to do her job properly?
Some young Britons want the UK to follow in America’s footsteps and reintroduce capital punishment. But do they really know what it means to live in the shadow of the death penalty? For the first time, this powerful new series tells the story of capital punishment through the eyes of the young people whose lives have been shaped by it.
Tuesday 25 March
In the second two-part story of BBC One's compelling drama, an old acquaintance of Perez's dies in a suspicious car accident on Shetland and he questions whether his journalist friend uncovered a story that cost him his life.
Bird is so fed up of Nick going on about Mary that she decides to take action, but the result is not quite what she planned.
Fast-paced comedy drama series Hank Zipzer continues on CBBC and, in today’s episode, Hank is pleased when his mum says he can work in the deli in order to earn a new pair of the latest cool trainers. That’s until he’s given his latest school assignment: to look after a pretend baby for the weekend.
Wednesday 26 March
Ian’s mission to take the sting out of what is now being referred to as 'Wingategate' continues as he journeys north to Salford for his first big interview in the job with Jenni Murray on Woman’s Hour, where he faces tough questions around the BBC’s apparent ageism and sexism regarding the appointment of female presenters.
Friday 28 March
Live coverage of the first practice session ahead of the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Continued coverage from Sepang as the 11 constructors and their drivers continue to get to grips with their new surroundings ahead of Sunday’s Grand Prix.
Against the backdrop of protestant England cutting ties with Catholic Europe, this second episode explores the developing artistic ideas of Elizabethan England in an age obsessed with codes and secrets.