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Week 39 highlights
Comedian Romesh Ranganathan considers himself British through and through. He grew up in Horsham, doesn't speak a word of Tamil, doesn't know any of his relatives, has no idea about his cultural heritage and has almost zero desire to go to Sri Lanka.
Duty has called, and the world’s greatest secret agent, Danger Mouse (Alexander Armstrong) is set to blast back onto our screens.
Penfold has had enough of being tied up, blown up and walloped and needs a holiday.
With race relations stretched to breaking point in some American cities, the notorious supremacist group the Ku Klux Klan says it’s seeing a surge in membership. They claim that white Americans - angry at what they perceive as attacks on their heritage - are joining the infamous group in large numbers, convinced they must prepare for a coming race war.
Zoe Ball presides over an hour-long live episode of dancefloor news, gossip, interviews and more on Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two.
Brenda (Katherine Parkinson) is determined to be the first person on Jessop Square to throw a dinner party.
In this last episode we journey through the final months in the womb - a time when we grow strong and develop the vital survival tools that we need to take our first breath. Presented by Michael Mosley.
Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman return to host the second part of this weekend’s live Strictly Come Dancing spectacular.
In the limelight this week is Irish band Villagers, a band Guy loves and who he believes haven't yet been given the exposure they are worthy of. Join Guy in Elbow’s studio to hear his thoughts on the band: their sound, song-writing and musical influences.
A vivid memoir of Laurie Lee’s childhood, Cider With Rosie is an evocative coming-of-age story set in an idyllic Cotswold village during and immediately after the Great War.
Comrades and lovers Amer, 45, and Raghda, 40 (pictured), met in a Syrian prison cell 15 years ago, when they were placed in neighbouring cells. Throughout months of captivity they communicated through a tiny hole they’d secretly made in the wall. They fell in love, and when they were released got married and started a family together.
Gemma throws herself into her new start with Simon, but pressure mounts as someone is out to get her on a professional level.
In London Fashion Week: Abbey Clancy’s Top Picks, model Abbey Clancy takes viewers into the glamorous world of high-end fashion.
Tonight BBC Four will be broadcasting the BBC Music John Peel Lecture 2015, which was delivered by legendary musician and producer, Brian Eno.
Simon Schama explores the history of British portraiture, revealing the stories behind some of the most compelling images in British art. The series examines the ways this unique art form has been used as a statement of power, a declaration of love, to promote fame, to offer insight into the artists themselves and to capture the faces of the British people.
As winter approaches, the estate is being transformed. In the house, renovations commence on the grand staircase. It’s taken a year of planning…but no one’s thought to consult Lord Bath.
Trapped and alone in a terrifying Dalek city, the Doctor is at the heart of an evil Empire: no sonic, no TARDIS, nobody to help. With his greatest temptation before him, can the Doctor resist? And will there be mercy?
In this 90-minute film for BBC Four, entomologist George McGavin studies one of the great icons of the British countryside - the oak tree.
East London Mosque is one of the largest in Europe and the central hub of East London’s Muslim community, but for many it’s a place of mystery and the unknown.
BBC Four tells the definitive story of indie music with a series about the wide-ranging genre loved by young and old, across the decades. The hour-long programmes will air on Fridays from early October.
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