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Week 31 highlights
Jacqui Oatley in Stockholm introduces live coverage of the Women’s Euro 2013 Final.
February 2013 - Allahabad, India. Over the next 55 days, nearly a hundred million people will come here, to the Great Kumbh Mela. This incredible and awe-inspiring celebration of the world's oldest religion happens every 12 years at the place where Hindu's believe two sacred rivers meet.
In Bought With Love, art historian Helen Rosslyn traces the stories of the men and women whose enthusiasm for art, sense of adventure, and powerful wealth built Britain’s national collection and shaped the history of art of our nation.
26-year-old Jonny Benjamin, who has schizophrenia and depression, investigates why many young people with mental illness are failing to get the right treatment from the NHS.
Tonight is the first episode of Shoplife - a brand new-series following a group of young people who work in the North East's Metrocentre, the UK’s largest shopping centre. From nights out on the town to new relationships and career aspirations, Shoplife reveals what life is like for young people taking their first steps towards independence.
The first episode of this new series is presented by Gabby Logan, who is in Glasgow to mark one year until the Commonwealth Games. She’ll be given a guided tour of the city by Sir Chris Hoy, who’ll also show her around the velodrome named after him.
Mary Beard embarks on an investigative journey to explore the life and times of Gaius Julius Caesar Augustus Germanicus – better known as Caligula.
From London’s Royal Albert Hall, Samira Ahmed introduces the world premiere of John McCabe’s BBC commission Joybox, which opens a concert of music inspired by dance.
Q Pootle 5, the friendly little alien who first appeared in the bestselling books by the hugely popular children’s author and illustrator Nick Butterworth, has made the leap from page to screen. Q Pootle 5 and his friends, Oopsy, Eddi, Stella, Ray, Groobie, Bud-D and Planet Dave, find fun and adventure wherever they go, with stories that will spark children’s imaginations everywhere!
In the final programme of the series, narrated by Ewan McGregor, the focus is the people of the Hebrides, living side-by-side with their wild neighbours.
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