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Week 41 highlights
Britain's infrastructure is a hot topic. Nearly everybody agrees we need more of it for both our economy and our future, while the roads, railways, water and power networks we rely on are creaking. Once we were famous around the world for our epic feats of civil engineering - now do we need to rediscover that spirit?
Jake Humphrey presents highlights of the Japanese Grand Prix from Suzuka, where the Formula 1 title has been decided 11 times in the last 23 races. Last year, Jenson Button may have taken the chequered flag but it was pole-sitter Sebastian Vettel who was left with the widest grin as he became the youngest double world champion in the sport’s history.
Clare Balding introduces highlights of the 16th Grand Final, with studio guest Brian Noble on hand to offer expert analysis.
This new comedy series follows the increasingly complex life of Gemma Jones (Sarah Alexander) as she balances love, affection, sex and motherhood between an ex-husband Jason (Neil Morrissey) and his Swedish girlfriend Inca (Vera Filatova) one grown up son Alfie (Jonathan Bailey), two young daughters and two male admirers with a 20 year age gap (Nathaniel Parker and Robert Sheehan).
In the second part of his new series, Ian Hislop argues that we have the Victorians to thank for making the Stiff Upper Lip a truly national characteristic.
Brought into the household by Turner’s son Stephen to tutor his son Edward, Sam and the team continue surveillance of Jack Turner’s secret activities.
In The Word And The Sword, the third episode of this landmark series charting the story of human civilization, Andrew Marr plunges into the spiritual revolutions that shook the world between 300 BC and 700 AD.
Stuart Maconie presents this special documentary which celebrates the 50th anniversary of the release of the Beatles’ first hit single Love Me Do.
Arena presents the greatest Beatles story never told, a blockbuster double bill: a documentary full of fabulous Beatles archive material never shown before anywhere in the world. And the first screening for over 30 years of a lost and forgotten treasure, the only film conceived and directed by The Beatles themselves - Magical Mystery Tour.
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