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Week 45 highlights
Alan Yentob meets The Divine Miss M, Bette Midler, in New York City, nearly 50 years after she began her meteoric rise from a nightclub act to Hollywood legend.
With Cybermen on the streets of London, old friends unite against old enemies and the Doctor takes to the air in a startling new role.
Fifty years on, BBC Parliament offers a chance to relive the historic 1964 General Election. Harold Wilson (pictured) led Labour to a win on a slim majority, ending 13 years in power for the Conservative party led by Sir Alec Douglas-Home. He had succeeded Harold Macmillan as party leader and prime minister only 12 months earlier.
Acclaimed poet Simon Armitage has written seven new poems about World War One, which form the centre of his latest television documentary.
Sue Perkins embarks on a life-changing journey up the Mekong - South East Asia's greatest river - in this entertaining and illuminating series.
In this moving tribute to the teenage heroes of the Great War, Fergal Keane unearths the most powerful stories of Britain’s Boy Soldiers.
Sir Terry Wogan and Tess Daly kick off this year’s Children in Need night of fun and fundraising with entertainment treats from Strictly Come Dancing, the cast of EastEnders as you’ve never seen them before, and West End hit Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
It has been ten days since Paul Spector told DSI Stella Gibson that she would never catch him.
2006. The investigation into Oliver’s disappearance continues, while Tony’s past comes back to haunt him.
Lenny (pictured) crumbles under the pressure of looming exams. Allie is devastated to find out Vaughan’s secret and Sue tries in vain to keep her distance from Hector.
Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge believes that we all deserve a proper lunch - and he’s not talking about soggy sandwiches and a packet of crisps.
Part of Country Nights on BBC Four and BBC Radio 2, a season of programmes delving into the rich history of country music and exploring its current revival.
Country superstar Brad Paisley performs stripped-back acoustic versions of his hits, with the songwriters who worked on them with him. A unique performance recorded in front of a live audience at the BBC’s Radio Theatre in central London.
This year Pudsey has enlisted choirmaster Gareth Malone to bring together an array of untrained voices from the world of television, sport and theatre to form Gareth Malone’s All-Star Choir, to release the official 2014 BBC Children in Need single.
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