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Week 42 highlights
Live and uninterrupted coverage of the Korean Grand Prix, the 16th of 20 races in the 2012 calendar.
In the final part of his new series, Ian Hislop takes a look at the ups and downs of the Stiff Upper Lip over the last century, and asks whether the regular displays of emotion and tears on today’s TV confirm its departure.
In a celebration of all things science BBC Four presents two weeks of mind-blowing shows challenging perceptions of the world around us.
Armando Iannucci's award-winning, seven part political comedy series The Thick Of It continues. In episode five, with Nicola Murray and Peter Mannion both on the back foot after the unravelling of the key-worker housing sell-off policy, there’s inevitably going to be a scramble for the moral high-ground while the smelly floodwater of scandal is lapping round their toes.
Joining Jools on the fourth show of the series will be national treasures Madness, who’ve spent the summer playing at the Jubilee and Olympics.
Mr Bloom and the Veggies join a group of school children from the Yorkshire village of Clapham for a special Harvest festival episode.
In Hourglass, the third episode of spy thriller, Hunted, the family travels to a country estate, where Jack Turner and other interested parties bid on the dam contract.
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