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Unplaced programmes from 8 September to 14 September
Fantasy action drama Wolfblood tells the story of two seemingly ordinary teenagers, who are secretly part of a mysterious race who have lived among humans for centuries by disguising their abilities and blending in.
The most brilliant mind of the last 500 years is back on CBBC as action-packed drama Leonardo returns for a second series.
Saturday 8 September
Jake Humphrey presents highlights of qualifying for the Italian Grand Prix, the 13th instalment of a rollercoaster 20-race season in which the first seven all produced different winners.
Time confirmed for 7.35pm to 8.20pm
An unmanned spaceship hurtles towards certain destruction - unless the Doctor can save it, and its impossible cargo... of dinosaurs!
Government embarrassment, ministerial cock-up, Coalition rows, backroom deals, policy U-turns, spin-doctoring, political back-stabbing, wild media speculation, and more time spent with one's family - it can only be the eagerly anticipated return of Armando Iannucci's award-winning political comedy series.
The slapstick fun continues with Justin, Robert the Robot and Little Monster.
Sunday 9 September
Jake Humphrey presents highlights of the Italian Grand Prix, with each race of the 2012 season taking on more importance as it draws towards its climax in Brazil in November.
The adopted child of a middle-class couple is kidnapped. Suspicion initially falls upon the natural mother - did she ‘steal’ her own baby back?
Confirmed for Sunday 9 September on BBC Two at 8pm - 9pm
Anita Rani and Justin Rowlatt embark on two epic car journeys through China, navigating congested cities and winding mountain roads to explore whether the country’s economic growth, exemplified by its booming car industry, can be sustained. If so, what impact would that have on the world and on the day-to-day lives of the Chinese people?
Monday 10 September
With the promise of a fresh start ahead, Janine is in a positive frame of mind and planning for the future - but will she return to her scheming self when she realises that Michael isn’t being honest with her?
UCOS reinvestigate the suspected suicide of young Foreign Office diplomat Annabel Tilson, who had suffered both a miscarriage the week before her body was found in a frozen London lake and a professional fall from grace, when a government laptop was stolen from her home.
Mrs Khan is very keen to go on holiday. But holidays cost money, plus there's Shazia’s honeymoon to pay for. Mr Khan is reluctant to spend the 'rainy day' money. Why go to the Maldives when there’s a perfectly nice guest house in Bradford? However an eventful Annual General Meeting at the local mosque provides a surprising solution…
Alastair Sooke follows in the footsteps of Rome’s mad, bad and dangerous emperors in the second part of his celebration of Roman art. He dons a wetsuit to explore the underwater remains of the Emperor Claudius’s pleasure palace, ventures into the kinky cave where Tiberius held wild parties and finds that their taste in art chimes perfectly with their obsession with sex and violence.
The adventures continue as Baby Jake’s magical imagination is brought to life through a mixture of live action and 2D photographic animation, in this second series.
Tuesday 11 September
It's a close call for Kat, as overnight antics and a delivery of flowers almost expose her secret, but how long before Alfie discovers the truth about his deceitful wife?
When drugs go missing on the ward Max is quick to cover and absolve Eddi, but Sacha is not convinced and has serious concerns about Eddi’s mindset. When a Sickle Cell patient arrives in need of a heavy dose of pain killers, does Max have her best interests at heart - and is Eddi putting her faith in the right friend?
Drugs, anti-social behaviour, family break-ups and joblessness: all part of life on Britain’s poorest housing estates. Filming with families, kids and police, as well as undercover with drug dealers, Panorama spent months on one estate in Blackburn finding out what it’s like to live and grow up there.
Historian Neil Oliver heads for Scandinavia to reveal the truth behind the legend of the marauding Norsemen - the Vikings - from their point of view.
New York Mafia member Frank Tagliano agrees to testify against his new boss who he thinks has overlooked him for promotion - on condition that he is relocated with a new identity in the FBI's witness protection programme. He asks to be sent to Lillehammer in Norway, of which he has fond memories of the winter Olympics of 1994.
Wednesday 12 September
Confirmed for Wednesday 12 September on BBC One at 11.15pm to 11.45pm
Religion and science are frequently set up as polar opposites and incompatible ways of thinking. The Chief Rabbi Lord Sacks believes that this is nonsense and that science and religion can, and should, work together.
Confirmed for Wednesday 12 September on BBC Two at 9pm - 10pm
A brand new series takes a revealing look at the changing face of the modern-day funeral and the work of undertakers: how they deal with the living and the dead, from the mortuary to the grave.
Thursday 13 September
Michael is unsettled by Janine's sudden desire to give him everything he wants. But is he willing to play along with her games?
Imogen has a secret to share with Connor, Christine and Connor’s relationship goes from bad to worse, rival headmaster Gerard makes false claims against Michael and Sian reaches out to Michael’s estranged father, Billy.
After a team briefing from Costello, Sav recognises one of Andy’s attackers, Jonjo Heinz, as he is being escorted into the station. Sav looks in his cell and is met by DC Liam Frainey who tells Sav that Jonjo handed himself in, spooked by recent events.
Hazel Irvine presents coverage of the first round of the 2012 Women’s British Open from Royal Liverpool at Hoylake, which will attract the vast majority of the world’s best women golfers to the last major of the year.
Friday 14 September
Alfie is shocked when he learns the truth about Kat’s affair. Is there any hope left at all for their marriage?
Hazel Irvine presents coverage of the second round of the 2012 Women’s British Open, the last Major of the year, from Royal Liverpool at Hoylake.
At Rouen, an exhausted Christopher prepares soldiers for the draft. Back in London Sylvia decides to visit her husband in France, oblivious to the consequences her trip will have for him.