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BBC iPlayer Highlights 26 May - 1 June

Richard Bell

Publicist, Digital Communications

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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.  

BBC iPlayer

The Biggest Weekend – from Fri 25 May

BBC One

Ed Sheeran at The Biggest Weekend – from Sat 26 May
Countryfile Spring Diaries – from Mon 28 May
Tracey Breaks The News – from Fri 1 Jun

BBC Two

Richard Osman's House of Games – from Mon 28 May
Grammar School: Who Will Get In? – from Tue 29 May
Front Row Late at the Hay Festival – from Fri 1 Jun

BBC Three

600 Bottles Of Wine (Box Set) – from Sun 27 May
Killed By My Debt – from Tue 29 May

BBC Four

Franz Ferdinand and Wolf Alice at The Biggest Weekend – from Sat 26 May
Jonathan Meades on Jargon – from Sun 27 May
Africa's Great Civilisations – from Tue 29 May

The City & The City (Box Set) – until Sun 27 May
The Silent Child (Short Film) – until Tue 29 May
Cunk on Britain (Box Set) – until Thu 31 May

Hawking
Drama-doc relating the remarkable story of Stephen Hawking's early years at Cambridge.

You’ve Been Shamed
Imagine the worst photos you’ve ever put on social plastered all over a real-life gallery.

The Mystery of Murder: A Horizon Guide
Michael Mosley uses BBC archives to chart scientists as they probe the mind of a murderer.

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