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Week 2 highlights
This week’s timely Storyville, made by a young South African filmmaker before Mandela’s death, raises important questions about the iconic leader’s legacy.
Saga (Sofia Helin) and Martin (Kim Bodnia) investigate the killing of the eco-terrorists and Saga rules out suicide. They learn there must be a leader still alive, who’s been pulling the strings all along.
The Voice is back for a third series and the famous red chairs are to be filled with a new line-up of megastars as pop icon Kylie Minogue and Kaiser Chiefs frontman Ricky Wilson join Sir Tom Jones and will.i.am in the search for the UK’s next vocal sensation.
Uncle stars stand-up comedian and singer/songwriter Nick Helm as Andy, a dissolute out-of work musician who forges an unlikely alliance with his 12-year-old nephew Errol after being morally blackmailed into looking after him by his chaotic sister Sam – all on the day Andy was planning to kill himself.
Iconic comics Vic Reeves & Bob Mortimer are back on BBC Two, fronting a stellar cast in the warm and wonderfully original sitcom House of Fools.
Petroc Trelawny presents highlights from the BBC Proms 2013 chamber music concerts at Cadogan Hall, Chelsea.
The Bake Off is back, and this time 16 celebrity Sport Relief supporters will whisk their way through the Bake Off tent in an effort to cook up some serious cash for charity in The Great Sport Relief Bake Off.
Jonathan Edwards presents live coverage of the Great Edinburgh Cross Country from the scenic surroundings of Holyrood Park, Edinburgh.
Introduced by Petroc Trelawny, a compilation of BBC archive footage of Paul Tortelier, from 1955 to 1984.
Reflex, fronted by Shane Richie, is a gameshow based on human reaction times, and shows contestants responding to, and competing in, a series of dynamic and extraordinary tests.
In epsidode one, A Dangerous World, three charismatic animal families - capuchin monkeys, giant otters and coatis – strive to raise their families against a backdrop of extraordinary landscapes and huge extremes of weather – a beautiful yet dangerous world full of jaguars and caiman.
Bringing some much-needed sunshine to UK screens in January, BBC One returns to the idyllic Caribbean island of Saint Marie, for the third series of Death In Paradise.
John Sweeney investigates the secretive world of the family courts and asks whether some parents may have unfairly lost their children forever.
Dan Snow and team continue down the Grand Canyon in antique wooden boats as they rediscover one of the Wild West’s great adventures of discovery.
What a tiny grasshopper mouse lacks in stature, it makes up for in attitude.
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