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Week 16 highlights

  • Our Food: Kent

    Our Food: Kent

    Giles Coren and the Our Food team explore Kent. This is the garden of England, rich with orchards and fruitful harvests, but it’s also on the doorstep of continental Europe - a source of new tastes and ideas.

  • Meet The Romans With Mary Beard

    Meet The Romans With Mary Beard

    In the first episode in a new series exploring Rome from the bottom up, Professor Mary Beard asks not what the Romans did for us, but what the Empire did for Rome.

  • Louis Theroux - Extreme Love: Autism

    Louis Theroux - Extreme Love: Autism

    In America nearly one child in a hundred is diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder - a brain disorder characterised by an inability to socialise and communicate.

  • Silent Witness: Paradise Lost

    Silent Witness: Paradise Lost

    A two-part drama written by Stephen Davis.

  • Formula 1:  Chinese Grand Prix - Qualifying

    Formula 1: Chinese Grand Prix - Qualifying

    Jake Humphrey presents live coverage from the Shanghai International Circuit, as the drivers contest grid positions for the Chinese Grand Prix.

  • The 70s: 1970-1972

    The 70s: 1970-1972

    Historian and self-confessed 70s enthusiast Dominic Sandbrook takes a radical look at a decade which he claims shaped the Britain of today.

  • Divine Women

    Divine Women

    Award-winning historian Bettany Hughes sets out on an epic journey across continents and back in time to trace the hidden and often controversial history of women in religion.

  • Great British Menu: The Olympic Feast

    Great British Menu: The Olympic Feast

    Great British Menu is back and for 2012 the nation’s greatest chefs are battling it out for the chance to cook a glittering Olympic Banquet. The chefs’ task is to create a menu that captures the Olympic spirit - food that is both breathtaking and awe-inspiring.

  • Lip Service

    Lip Service

    Sexy, provocative and seductive, BBC Three drama Lip Service returns to the bars and clubs of Glasgow’s Merchant City to follow the lives of a group of 20-something lesbians.

  • All TV programmes for week 16

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