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Saturday 1 September
Jake Humphrey presents live coverage of qualifying for the Belgian Grand Prix.
Coverage of the sixth leg of the Triathlon World Series, which takes place in Stockholm. Competitors from around the globe will be looking to book a place at the end of season Grand Final.
Confirmed for Saturday 1 September on BBC One at 7.20pm - 8.10pm
Kidnapped by his oldest foe, the Doctor is forced on an impossible mission - to a place even the Daleks are too terrified to enter... the Asylum.
Confirmed for Saturday 1 September on BBC One at 9.00pm - 9.50pm
Sam and Tom clash when a female cage fighter and friend of Sam's insists on going against Tom's advice, and Linda deals with a devastated bride-to-be whose wedding is threatened.
Confirmed for Saturday 1 September on BBC Two at 7.30pm - 9.30pm
Ever a Proms favourite, John Wilson returns to the season with his hand-picked, high-octane orchestra and a line-up of starry soloists, in celebration of the Broadway Sound.
The slapstick fun continues with Justin, Robert the Robot and Little Monster, in more new episodes of Justin’s House.
In tribute to Sir Alastair Burnet, who died this July at the age of 84, BBC Parliament gives viewers another chance to see the veteran journalist and broadcaster anchor the BBC’s February 1974 General Election results coverage, which saw Harold Wilson return to power on the slimmest of majorities.
Sunday 2 September
Jake Humphrey introduces live coverage of the Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps.
It’s 1968 and the social landscape of the western world is being shaken to its core. In Paris, riots rage as workers and students take to the streets. In the US thousands rally against the Vietnam War, and in England antipathy for the upper class’s outmoded social mores and abuse of privilege is growing by the day.
Rishi Persad introduces coverage of the Burghley Horse Trials, featuring highlights of the cross country and live action from today’s showjumping.
Emergency nurse Maria Connolly swaps her hospital in Preston for the General Hospital in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, in the third film of this three-part series in which British workers test their skills in some of the most challenging environments on earth.
Monday 3 September
Kat struggles with her growing feelings for her lover, but before she can decide what to do Alfie announces that The Vic has an infestation. Forced to spend time away from Alfie, Kat tries to resist her lover’s charms - but can she do it?
The UCOS team reinvestigate the disappearance of PE teacher Jason Bowe after the remains of a body are discovered on the perimeter of the elite public boarding school where he taught.
Mrs Khan’s mother is staying with the family. But Mr Khan’s big opportunity to hobnob with the bigwigs of the Sparkhill Business Association is threatened when he has to take his mother- in- law on a shopping trip - one that she will never forget.
Using soldier shot footage Our War follows a small platoon of Welsh Guards posted deep behind enemy lines in the remote fort of Haji Alem. Their charismatic commander Lieutenant Mark Evison kept a detailed diary covering the last three weeks of his life.
Confirmed for Monday 3 September on BBC Four at 9.00pm - 10.00pm
The Romans have a reputation for being brilliant engineers and soldiers, but what isn't as well known is that they also gave us wonderful artistic treasures. In this new three-part series, Alastair Sooke argues that the old fashioned view that the Romans didn’t do art is nonsense.
The move from primary to secondary school can be an exciting but daunting one, and Stepping Up focuses on children who are experiencing this transition. The five stand-alone dramas are themed around the new challenges children face when moving into this new and sometimes overwhelming environment.
David Tennant and Sophie Aldred are back to breathe life into heroic and fun-loving characters Tom and Twigs, in brand new episodes of the fantasy action adventure series Tree Fu Tom.
Tuesday 4 September
Shirley's downward spiral continues, but despite Phil’s determination to get her back she is convinced that he is only concerned with protecting his secret. But when she finds herself in a dangerous situation, will anyone be there to help her?
Mo is feeling isolated from Jonny after he lied to her about seeing Jac. When a complicated medical dilemma arrives in the shape of a Jehovah’s Witness who wants a bloodless operation, Mo and Jac are divided over how best to proceed. Is there more to this than Mo is letting on, and will Jonny come to his friend’s rescue?
Tina Dakin (Anna Maxwell Martin) stands silence and tense in the dock. She has told the truth and now all she can do is await to hear the verdict.
Wednesday 5 September
In the final episode The Flowerpot Gang travel to a housing estate in east London to transform a plot of land into an extraordinary, life-changing space.
Jack and Georgina investigate a violent robbery at a family-run jeweller and get a glimpse into a world of diamonds and romance. While Georgina isn’t impressed by the stones she does find a romance of her own, as she enters the complicated world of internet dating. Jack’s relationship problems are with his brother, who has unexpectedly asked him to be his best man.
Thursday 6 September
A drunken Shirley is shocked when a familiar face arrives in Walford - but will she get the help she so desperately needs?
It’s the day of Tariq’s kayaking time trial, and a steely focus hides his true intent. Michael is publicly confronted by his past and Connor and Christine’s unhappy home life spills into school.
Sav is under serious threat from Callum Rose, Finch’s mate. He claims he was waiting for Finch in a car outside the house on the night that Sav returned. Sav thinks back to that night: did Callum see him leaving the house?
Confirmed for Thursday 6 September on BBC Two at 8.00pm - 9.00pm
In a new eight-part series, historian Ruth Goodman and archaeologists Alex Langlands and Peter Ginn take on their biggest challenge yet - to turn back the clock and run Manor Farm exactly as it would have been during the Second World War. They will face one of the biggest challenges ever seen in the history of the British countryside - what Churchill called ‘the frontline of freedom’.
Tonight a large musical ensemble from across Wales come to the Royal Albert Hall to give the first complete Proms performance of Leonard Bernstein's Mass - a work that combines religious observance and musical theatre.
Friday 7 September
Shirley battles with her demons as a face from the past forces her to rethink whether she can forgive and forget whilst she is still living in Walford.
Confirmed for Friday 7 September on BBC Two at 9.30pm - 10.30pm
Vicious rumours about Christopher abound, leading to tragedy at his family estate, Groby. Sylvia finds a new admirer who proves a distraction as the war continues and Valentine moves to London. Meanwhile Edith and MacMaster plan a new life together.
One of the great orchestras in the world returns to the Proms, conducted by the legendary Bernard Haitink.
The move up from primary school to secondary school is a big step for a lot of children and it can often be intimidating - but what’s it like if you are different in any way?