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Week 44 highlights
With Sam in hospital, the Websters begin to fracture as he continues to push away his wife and son. Gemma is forced to face up to the devastating truth of the destruction wrought on her family as she makes a statement to the press.
London is infiltrated by an eerie alien with the ability to morph into the shape of lost loved ones.
In an ambitious first, Antiques Roadshow boards Britain's most famous steam locomotive for a special edition that celebrates the golden age of travel.
The school’s sports stars are busy trying to secure athletic scholarships to college, but for football player Kordel his dreams of leaving Orangeburg - and experiencing a more ethnically diverse America - seem tantalisingly beyond his grasp.
Sister Rita Lee is back with a vengeance as she hatches more ambitious plans than ever to improve the lives of the people of Collyhurst - and beyond.
Bafta-award winning medical show, Operation Ouch!, returns for a new ten-part series presented by identical twins Dr Chris and Dr Xand van Tulleken.
Unarmed Black Male follows the murder trial of a white police officer in Portsmouth, Virginia, accused of shooting an unarmed black teenager. On 22 April 2015, Officer Stephen Rankin responded to a report of shoplifting at a Walmart store. Minutes after arriving in the parking lot he shot and killed William Chapman.
The landscapes and cities that have inspired some of Britain’s most loved authors are celebrated in this new series of documentaries, produced by BBC English Regions in partnership with BBC Learning as part of the #LoveToRead season.
Brand new five-part costume drama adaptation, starring John Thomson (Cold Feet, The Fast Show) and Sarah Hadland (Miranda, The Job Lot).
The nation's favourite loud-mouthed, tight-fisted, but big-hearted self-appointed community leader Mr Khan (Adil Ray) and his long-suffering family return to face more trials and tribulations, in the prime time, award-winning series.
In an epic adventure, historian Dan Snow follows in the footsteps of the 19th century’s last great gold rush.
Watchdog is back on air this week for an eight week run, with a new look and new regular items.
Donald Trump has divided and astonished America with his own brand of politics. Once seen as the outside contender, he is one step away from the Whitehouse as the Presidential Republican nominee.
Arctic Live is a brand new three-part series exploring the planet’s last undiscovered wilderness.
Luke finds out that Scream Street doesn’t celebrate Halloween, and decides to introduce his friends to it. Unfortunately what start as innocent Halloween decorations end up as an army of man-eating pumpkins!
Romesh’s mum Shanthi has arranged for him to be reunited with his cousin Krishna at a cowboy ranch in Colorado, where she wants Romesh to use the experience to teach Krishna how to become a man.
In a unique experiment, Dallas Campbell (Bang Goes The Theory), Professor Danielle George (The Christmas Lectures) and Dr. Hugh Hunt (Dambusters: Building The Bouncing Bomb) join forces in an attempt to re-stage the very first official broadcast on British Television, exactly 80 years after it made history.
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall sets out to address the problem of the UK’s role in the ivory trade, as he uncovered in the last episode, and embarks on a trip to Asia and Africa to uncover the truth behind this deadly market and what’s being done to stop it.
Andrew Marr investigates the allure of the classic espionage story, arguing that the British spy novel is much more than a cloak and dagger affair, and allow readers to engage with some big questions about the human condition: who are you? What - or whom - would you be willing to betray? And for what cause would you lay your life on the line?
The 1960s - an era full of change, excitement and hope for the future, where free love and alternative culture flourished. Yet surprisingly much of the female population found that their lives were left unchanged; restricted and repressed, their voices were not yet being heard. But by the 1970s, change was brewing…
In this new one-hour BBC Four documentary, narrator KT Tunstall explores how Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris’s careers took off in the 1970s.
Michael Bublé talks exclusively to Claudia Winkleman for this BBC Music special on BBC One, a world exclusive 60-minute entertainment spectacular.
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