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Week 15 highlights
Later… with Jools Holland returns for the springtime and series 42, for an eight-week run starting with the live show on Tuesday 9 April, and the full-length edition on Friday 12. It will mark the start of a new era for the show, having now left the legendary BBC TVC building for a new life in Maidstone.
Recluse. Obsessive. Heretic. Isaac Newton is now considered to be the greatest genius of all-time, a great rationalist who laid the foundations for many of the scientific and mathematical breakthroughs that shape the modern world.
Follow all the action from the first practice session of the Chinese Grand Prix from the Shanghai International Circuit as the 22 drivers get their first glimpse of the 16-corner circuit.
Relive all the thrills and spills of the 76th Masters from Augusta National, Georgia. A thrilling four days of golf that had just about everything, including a dramatic play-off to decide the eventual winner of the green jacket.
The Middleton farm has fallen on very hard times and John is drinking heavily as his desperation grows. The crop fails, baby Mary is born and there is a revelation about John’s past mistakes.
Clara wants to see something awesome, so the Doctor whisks her off to the inhabited rings of the planet Akhaten, where the Festival of Offerings is in full swing.
Jack Vettriano is arguably one of Britain’s most popular artists. His 1992 painting The Singing Butler is the country’s bestselling image and his prints outsell Dali, Monet and Van Gogh.
In this final episode, Ifor ap Glyn sets out to discover why subterranean sites have some of the richest religious histories in Britain. Why do people seem to feel closer to the divine by going underground?
Lucy Worsley, Chief Curator at Historic Royal Palaces, explores how the physical and mental health of our past monarchs has shaped the history of the nation. From Henry VIII to Edward VIII’s abdication in 1936, this three-part series will to re-introduce our past royals not just as powerful potentates, but as human beings, each with their own very personal problems of biology and psychology.
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