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Week 39 highlights
It's Abbey Grove sports day. Fraser (Mathew Horne) has hired the most inappropriate new sports teacher to oversee events - Preet (Harry Peacock).
A new comedy about two friends Andy (Mackenzie Crook) and Lance (Toby Jones) who go in search of their hearts' desire with a couple of metal detectors.
Dr Jago Cooper explores the history of Costa Rica’s ancient people, who built a series of spectacular settlements among the rivers and volcanoes of Central America.
Frankie Boyle will take centre stage this September in a one-off comedy event, Frankie Boyle’s Referendum Autopsy.
The growing friendship between Molly (Lacey Turner) and a little Afghan girl, Bashira, threatens to compromise Molly’s ability to do her job with impartiality.
The terrifying Skovox Blitzer is ready to destroy all humanity - but worse, and any second now, Danny Pink and the Doctor are going to meet.
Birmingham crime boss Thomas Shelby (Cillian Murphy, Inception) heads into perilous territory in the second series of Steven Knight’s acclaimed gangster epic.
Puck has managed to get a job working for the eccentric Nobel Literature Prize laureate Andreas Hallman - a charming and genial man who is also a neurotic tyrant.
Millie Inbetween is a new comedy about families - in this instance complicated ones! Millie’s parents have just split up and she and her big sister Lauren are alternating between Mum’s house and Dad’s flat. Millie soon spots the upside to this family set-up - two chances to celebrate Christmas, two birthdays and two bedrooms. But the downsides are harder to come to terms with - like the fact that both her parents find new partners - and they have children too...
The Furchester Hotel opens its doors to some unique new guests, in the new series from CBeebies and Sesame Workshop.
Death Of Angkor Wat’s Megacity tells the story of the great builder king, and follows the ongoing detective work, as modern-day experts attempt to discover why such a great city so suddenly collapsed.
Get ready for the glorious sound of Gospel from The Hackney Empire in London.
Celia Sawyer oversees proceedings as two more homeowners hand over their keys to four ambitious amateur designers for a five-day home makeover.
Super-scientist Nina and her young experimenters travel the UK in search of digital wonders. With help from Nina’s five animated sense Neurons, they learn how amazing technology all around us helping make our everyday lives faster and easier.
When a Turkish girl working illegally in Dalston is arrested, UCOS want to talk to her about the unsolved murder of pub landlord Richard Gibson, who died in a fire at his pub The Gladstone in 2009.
In this second live show of the weekend, the remaining nine celebrity dancers and their professional partners take to the sparkliest floor in show-business.
Today, Rwanda is one of the fastest-growing economies in Africa, a model state loved by western leaders. Rwanda’s economic miracle and apparent ethnic harmony has led to the country being one of the biggest recipients of aid from the UK. But Rwanda is a country still dominated by its dark history, and the senseless barbarity of the Rwandan genocide still shocks the world.
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