Thursday 24 Jul 2014
Friday 2 April BBC ONE
Philip Glenister and Keeley Hawes return in the third and final series of the time-travelling police drama, which sees DI Alex Drake waking up in a hospital bed back in 1983, having been shot by her boss, DCI Gene Hunt, three months ago
Monday 29 and Tuesday 30 March BBC TWO
Naomie Harris, Jodhi May, Paterson Joseph, David Oyelowo and Peter Firth star in award-winning writer Guy Hibbert's powerful new drama about two British women and their extraordinary journey deep into the hinterland of the Niger Delta – a beautiful but highly dangerous region of Nigeria
Sunday 28 March on BBC ONE
Jake Humphrey and the F1 team are Down Under for the second race of the season, with live coverage from Melbourne (Qualifying can be seen on Saturday)
Tuesday 30 March on BBC THREE
Twenty years after leaving the Democratic Republic Of Congo, Judith Wanga goes back to the place of her birth, meeting her parents for the first time since she left and visiting an area of the country devastated by conflict, where rape has become a weapon of war
Wednesday 31 March on BBC FOUR
Bernard Hill and Saskia Reeves star as John and Anne Darwin in this true and fascinating story that captivated the public's imagination and dominated the world press in 2007
Good Friday 2 April on BBC ONE
Renowned historian Bettany Hughes embarks on a fascinating journey to uncover the meaning of Jesus's death on the Cross
Scheduling information in Network TV Programme Information is subject to change.
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