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Strictly is back with more glitter and glamour than ever before. In the first of two live shows this weekend, Strictly Come Dancing returns with legendary host Sir Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly, as the competition begins to win the most coveted prize in showbiz – the Strictly glitterball trophy.
Operation Ouch is a brand new medical series for CBBC fronted by identical twins Dr Chris and Dr Xand van Tulleken. The two doctors explore their way through the fascinating world of medicine and biology, showing and explaining the awesome things our bodies can do.
Get Well Soon is a fun and informative series, which aims to enlighten CBeebies’ young audience about health and medical issues. Presented by real-life paediatrician Dr Ranj Singh, the series will help children to understand their bodies and to recognise that, while being ill can often be unpleasant, a visit to the doctor can help explain your symptoms and is the first step to getting better. The series tackles this through music, laughter, games and five childlike puppet characters.
Episode One: Mort. Sam Hunter, an operative for the elite private intelligence and security firm Byzantium, is finishing a mission in Tangier when an attempt on her life leaves her critically injured. Not knowing who tried to kill her, she disappears to a remote location to recover, regroup and retrain.
The Doctor's heart-breaking farewell to Amy and Rory - a race against time through the streets of Manhattan, as New York's statues come to life around them...
In his new three-part series, Ian Hislop asks when and why we British have bottled up or let out our feelings, and how this has affected our history. Exploring emotion and identity over the last 300 years, Ian gives us his personal take on our evolving national character.
Hazel Irvine introduces highlights of the 39th Ryder Cup as the USA and Europe battle it out over three tense days at the Medinah Country Club in Illinois.
In Age of Empire, the second episode of this landmark series charting the history of human civilization, Andrew Marr tells the story of the first empires, which laid the foundations for the modern world.
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