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Week 41 highlights
To celebrate National Poetry Day, and to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the death of Philip Larkin, writer and critic AN Wilson revisits the life and work of one of the greatest English poets of the 20th century - a poet soon to be honoured with a place in Poets Corner at Westminster Abbey.
Ted Hughes is widely recognised as one of the greatest poets of the 20th century. Now, for the first time, his life and the breadth and influence of his poetry will be the focus of a major documentary for BBC Two.
Nick Knowles and the DIY SOS team are back for a two-part special with their most ambitious build ever and this time they are joined by two special royal helpers.
Lucy Worsley delves into the history of romance to reveal how even our most intimate thoughts and feelings have been affected by social, political and cultural ideas. In this second episode, Lucy reaches into the Victorian age to uncover the forces shaping our very British happily-ever-after.
Lights, camera, action! Tonight Hollywood Glamour will take over the Strictly Come Dancing ballroom as the class of 2015 tackle tracks from classic films in our Movie Week special.
The discovery of a new victim carries a haunting message for Claire – her old shoulder number left on the body.
On a remote Army outpost, a fearsome alien warlord - the Fisher King - sets in motion a twisted plan to ensure his own survival. The ripples will be felt around the universe. Is this chain of events inevitable? And can the Doctor do the unthinkable?
In the second episode, Neil and Alice explore the Age of the La Tene Celtic warrior and reveal how their world extended as far as Central Turkey.
Sir Alex Ferguson is one of the most successful leaders this country has ever produced.
John River is a respected police officer, haunted by the murder victims whose secrets he must uncover.
Black Roses: The Killing Of Sophie Lancaster is an elegy marking the anniversary of the death of the young gap year student Sophie Lancaster, who was attacked in Stubbeylee Park, Bacup, Lancashire and later died on August 24 2007.
Presented by Ben Fogle, Earth’s Wildest Waters – The Big Fish will see the anglers face extreme temperatures, violent storms and raging currents, as they battle to impress fishing legend Matt Hayes and an expert from each country, who will decide which angler heads home each week.
Returning for a second series, Harvest 2015 follows the fortunes of Britain’s top farmers as they battle to bring in our harvest this year.
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.
Brett Nielsen is a man for all seasons: sports car enthusiast, record producer, musician, entrepreneur, a loving single father to two kids, with three ex-wives - and in love again. He happens to have no arms because of Thalidomide, taken by his mother in the early Sixties to counteract the effects of morning sickness.
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