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Unplaced programmes from 18 January to 24 January
Following the closure of the former Nonnatus House, the nuns and midwives finally move into their new premises. The building is not the only new sight as Sister Winifred arrives from the Mother House. She is a warm-hearted, slightly innocent young woman.
A tree shrew darts through Borneo’s tangled, steamy rainforest on her daily search for food.
Shane Richie hosts the series in which two families battle each other in a series of superfast physical and mental challenges designed to test human speed and reaction.
The Musketeers is an all new BBC One Drama, introducing exciting heroes, action, adventure and romance inspired by Alexandre Dumas’s legendary characters.
In the second episode, the amateurs are taking on three knocked-through sitting rooms in neighbouring homes in a terrace in Salford.
In episode three the amateurs are taking on very unusual and rather beautiful homes in Beckenham, Kent.
Tom Dyckhoff, architecture and design critic for The Times, presents brand-new 12-part BBC Two series The Great British Interior Designer, which is putting 24 of Britain’s keenest amateur interior designers to the test.
It’s the fourth episode of The Great British Interior Designer, as three new designers battle it out for a place in the quarter final and the chance to win The Great Interior Design Challenge.
In episode five, the amateurs are taking on the toughest of makeovers – the kitchen.
Justin Rowlatt and Anita Rani set off across Russia on two massive road-trips across the world’s biggest, and one it’s most enigmatic, countries.
Russell Kane takes to the stage for the second instalment of BBC Three’s subvertive stable of comedy. Expect quickfire sketches, short films and comedy characters from the likes of Two Episodes of Mash, Totally Tom and Marcel Lucont, and enough laughs to power the national grid.
Saturday 18 January
Alexandra Palace in London plays host to the 40th Masters tournament, the most prestigious invitational event on the snooker calendar.
Emma Willis and Marvin Humes present the next set of Blind Auditions as each of the four coaches, Kylie Minogue, Sir Tom Jones, Ricky Wilson and will.i.am, continue to build their talented team of 12.
As the investigation grows, some new leads are opened and four individuals wearing animal masks carry out a new attack and then post a video online where they again claim responsibility.
Martin (Kim Bodnia) is at the hospital watching over his son, Nikolaj (Elliot Metzdorff), who has suddenly fallen ill. Saga (Sofia Helin) visits the hospital to update him on the case and notices something isn’t quite right.
Sunday 19 January
The Swiss resort of Wengen, home of the legendary Lauberhorn, plays host to the next instalment of Ski Sunday.
Monday 20 January
Rishi Persad presents coverage of the 2014 WBT World Indoor Bowls Championships from Potter’s Leisure Resort, Hopton-on-Sea, Norfolk.
Uncle follows the darkly comedic misadventures of Andy, an irresponsible man-child forced to watch his neurotic 12-year-old nephew, Errol. With laughs, heart and some original songs, Uncle explores what it means to be family - when you’re still learning how to be a good human being.
Old Jack (Bernard Cribbins) is back in a brand new series as he continues his amazing adventures on the high seas with his faithful dog, Salty, and the friends he meets along the way.
Tuesday 21 January
The sun-drenched drama continues as another mysterious murder washes up on the sandy shores of Saint Marie.
Wednesday 22 January
In the second episode of this series exploring the history of some of Britain’s longest-running family businesses, we learn about Toye and Co, who make items of regalia such as medals, uniforms and ceremonial clothing.
Friday 24 January
The final part of Born to be Wild explores the 1980s and the eventual demise of the golden era of American rock.
Stadium gods Bon Jovi rock London's tiny BBC Radio Theatre, filmed for Radio 2 In Concert exactly a year ago in front of an intimate audience of fans.