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Week 27 highlights
Gary Lineker hosts live coverage of the final of Euro 2012, which is taking place in the Olympic Stadium, Kiev.
Jonathan Edwards presents live coverage of the final day of the European Athletics Championships from Helsinki, as well as highlights from the first four days.
Three families are put through the mill when they experience family life during the interwar years, from the highs of the roaring '20s to the lows of the Great Depression and its catastrophic effect on British economy.
New comedy murder mystery starring Sharon Horgan, with guest appearances in today’s episode from Caroline Quentin, Carl Barat and Tony Blackburn.
The Hollow Crown brings together four filmed adaptations of Shakespeare's History Plays: Richard II, Henry IV parts 1 & 2 and Henry V.
Kicking off a weekend of extensive coverage of T In The Park on BBC Three, presenters Greg James and Edith Bowman are live in Balado, Perthshire, taking listeners to the heart and soul of Scotland’s premier music festival.
Get ready for some seriously athletic activity on Mossybottom Farm, as Shaun the Sheep and friends stage their very own sports day - as only they can.
The day after London won the Olympic bid terrorists attacked the public transport network, killing 52 people and injuring more than 700. Seven years later the eyes of the world are once again focused on the capital.
Christopher Eccleston plays Daniel Demoys, a stranger in his own life. He has gone from being an idealistic young man to a disillusioned and corrupt council official. New drama on BBC One.
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