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Week 18 highlights
Chris Lilley’s brand-new series Jonah From Tonga takes us on an adventurous journey into the life of 14-year-old rebellious schoolboy Jonah Takalua, his family, friends and the crew of teachers and counsellors who are exhaustively trying to help him channel his seemingly limitless energy into bigger and brighter things.
James Corden and Gary Barlow head out on a road trip for this BBC One documentary, as James gets up close and personal with the man behind the music of his youth and discusses Gary’s meteoric pop comeback.
Scott Mills and Laura Whitmore are your guides to the first semi-final of the 59th Eurovision Song Contest, live from Copenhagen, Denmark.
Miller’s Mountain is a new studio sitcom set around the antics of Jimmy Miller and his ragtag family of Mountain Rescue volunteers.
An exclusive look behind the scenes at York Minster is the focus of this new three-part documentary series.
With the numbers of so-called ‘property millionaires’ (owners of homes over £1 million) soaring, estate agents in the top end of the market are adjusting their patter.
We’re reunited with Kieren Walker in the now seemingly PDS-friendly world of Roarton. Our hero is keeping his head down, working soul-destroying shifts in the Legion pub and squirrelling money into his ‘escape fund.’ Only problem is, he can’t escape himself.
Scott Mills and Laura Whitmore return as your guides to the second semi-final of the 59th Eurovision Song Contest, live from Copenhagen, Denmark.
Last year, Ronnie O’Sullivan captured his fifth World Championship title with victory over Barry Hawkins.
From online abuse hurled at women in the public eye, bomb threats sent to campaigners agitating for more female heroes on bank notes, the sexually explicit portrayal of women in pop videos, to rape jokes - is there a new culture in society today in which men seem to think they have the freedom, and the right, to speak about, write about and portray women in a derogatory or even abusive way?
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