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Colin Murray introduces live action from Lakeside Country Club as the BDO World Professional Darts Championships get underway.
Archeologist and historian Neil Oliver continues his search of the Sacred Wonders Of Britain in the second of this three-part series.
Thirteen months after the events of the first season, a coastal tanker leaves the Öresund waterway and heads straight for the Øresund Bridge.
To become a Salvation Army officer, cadets must shed the skin of their old lives, promise to reject treasures on Earth in favour of true spiritual gifts and commit to “care for the poor, feed the hungry, clothe the naked, love the unlovable, and befriend those who have no friends.”
Time For School is an exciting fly-on-the-wall series following the ups and downs of real reception children as they start school. The series will capture every aspect of this unfamiliar but fun journey, in an entertaining and heart-warming observational documentary style.
In the most ambitious series to date, Brian Cox and Dara O Briain are back at Jodrell Bank Observatory, with the first of three live shows bringing you the latest news and the best views of the night sky.
Nikki’s professionalism is brought into question during the case of convicted killer David Bennetto, who was jailed for the murder of two gay teenagers. Meanwhile, in the midst of a media storm, Thomas battles to save The Lyell Centre’s reputation.
Carl Matthews is stuck. At 45, his life has become routine. Each morning he sees the same faces, the same sights on the same journey on the 7.39 train from his suburban town to London Waterloo. Of course, in many ways he’s lucky. He has a good, if slightly precarious job as a Commercial Property Sales Executive. He’s happily married to his best friend from college, Maggie and has two healthy, if sullen, teenage kids Charlotte and Adam.
Live at the Electric, BBC Three’s freshest and finest theatre of comedy is back for a brand-new series. Hosted by award-winning comic, TV presenter and bard of blank verse Russell Kane, this is the place to see the very finest emerging talent from the live comedy scene.
Father Brown (Mark Williams) is sceptical when a parishioner believes she’s being haunted by her sister who went missing years ago. However, when she herself vanishes, he must investigate both disappearances.
In episode two of this new series, Sherlock faces his biggest challenge of all - delivering a Best Man's speech on John's wedding day!
People have been moving to Britain in unprecedented numbers. In the decade to 2012, net immigration was equivalent to 10 cities the size of Southampton. And with the lifting of work restrictions, further waves of migrants may arrive from Romania and Bulgaria.
Born To Be Wild is a three-part series telling the story of the rise and fall of the golden age of American rock from the late 60s to the early 90s.
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