BBC iPlayer Highlights 11-17 January 2020
Assistant Publicist, Digital Communications
A quick round up of what's new this week on BBC iPlayer, programmes that are about to become unavailable, plus some hidden gems you might have missed.
Fantasy comedy series starring David Tennant and Michael Sheen. Aziraphale and Crowley, of Heaven and Hell respectively, have grown rather fond of the Earth. So it is terrible news that it is about to end... Episode one available from Wednesday 15 January.
Yung Filly guides three best mates through the ultimate physical and psychological test. The team are given £5000 prize money and all they need to do to keep it is DON’T SCREAM! Available from Thursday 16 January.
Madcap comedy based on the TV series. Eddy is on the hunt for a big new client as her PR firm runs out of money, but a setback sees her and Patsy on the run in the south of France. Available from Saturday 11 January.
Craig David: Radio 2 In Concert
Jo Whiley presents as Craig David performs the latest Radio 2 In Concert live from the BBC Radio Theatre, as he looks forward to a year celebrating 20 years since the release of his debut album. Available from Saturday 11 January.
Panorama: How To Save The High Street
Business journalist Adam Shaw investigates the government's plans to spend millions of pounds reviving run-down town centres. Available from Monday 13 January.
Louis Theroux: Selling Sex
Louis Theroux meets women legally providing sexual services. Available from Sunday 12 January.
Terry Pratchett: Back In Black
Poignant and humorous film telling the story of the hugely popular author Terry Pratchett in his own words. Available from Wednesday 15 January.
Addicted To Painkillers? Britain’s Opioid Crisis
Dr Michael Mosley immerses himself on the frontline of our prescription painkiller habit. Available from Thursday 16 January.
This programme follows Titch Cormack and his team as they take on a range of mechanical challenges to convert broken and battered vehicles into beautiful, bespoke machines. Available from Sunday 12 January.
Bros: After The Screaming Stops
A film charting Matt and Luke Goss's reunion 28 years on from when they were one of the biggest bands in the world. Available on BBC iPlayer until Monday 13 January.
Inside The Factory
Gregg Wallace and Cherry Healey get exclusive access to some of the largest factories in Britain to reveal the secrets behind production on an epic scale. Series 5 available on BBC iPlayer until Thursday 16 January.
Love & Friendship
Film. Lady Susan temporarily moves in with her sister-in-law. Together with her best friend, she contrives sly plans to get her daughter and herself a husband. Available on BBC iPlayer until Thursday 16 January.
Factual drama following the story of Ray, a young boy on the cusp of adolescence who finds himself standing trial for murder. Available until Wednesday 15 January.