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It is the time of final reckoning. James Delaney (Tom Hardy) confronts Sir Stuart Strange (Jonathan Pryce, pictured) of the East India Company, with the cold hard truth.
Japan is seen to have a serious problem with the sexualisation of children. From bars where men pay to meet schoolgirls to suggestive pictures of very young children and comic books featuring child rape, the country has faced global criticism for its attitudes. It was only three years ago that possessing genuine child pornography was finally made illegal.
Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith lead us into another No.9 as their twisted anthology comedy series continues.
Counter Terrorism Police believe that the current greatest threat to our security comes from Marauding Terrorist Firearms Attack (MTFA), which can result in dozens of fatalities even if armed police respond within minutes. There are more than a thousand high-priority terrorism suspects in the UK, but there are only enough surveillance officers to monitor a fraction of these at any time.
This episode of My Life, CBBC’s award-winning documentary strand, follows sister and brother Shanti (9) and Kalvin (17) as they try to complete a very special wish list, left by their mother before she passed away from cancer in 2015.
After seven sensational weeks of singing, dancing and show-stopping performances, the wait is finally over, Tonight the three remaining bands will take to the stage for the last time to compete in the Let It Shine final.
In a TV first, Meet The Lords takes viewers behind the scenes at the House of Lords, with exclusive access and unique insights into was a turbulent year for the peers, as they battled it out with the Government over dramatic changes to the political landscape.
2017 is the 20th anniversary of the death of Diana, Princess of Wales. As one of the most famous women on the planet, Diana had an acute sense of the importance of fashion, controlling her own image and understanding that clothing could be an art form with extraordinary potential to convey message and meaning.
Imagine presents Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise, the first documentary portrait of the trail-blazing activist, poet and writer Maya Angelou. Born in 1928, she enthused generations with her bold and inspirational championing of the African-American experience, pushed boundaries and redefined the way we think about race and culture.
Mockumentary. A search for the next megastar vlogger finds an unlikely victor in struggling comedian Liam, who must undertake a series of challenges in order to win a £10,000 prize. Starring Liam Williams, Tim Key, Emma Sidi and Jon Pointing.
A warning that the Resistance is planning to kidnap Dougie sends Archer racing to his son's school choir practice - but with Huth trailing his every move, Archer finds himself compromised and the children in danger.
Kevin Kline, Maggie Smith and Kristin Scott Thomas star in BBC Films’ My Old Lady - the directorial debut of internationally celebrated playwright-screenwriter, Israel Horovitz.
In this new three-part series, Dan Snow explores the political intrigues and family betrayals between Vikings, Anglo-Saxons and Normans that led to one of the key events in British history - the Battle of Hastings.
The Secrets Of Your Food is the delicious science story of the food on your plate. Michael Mosley and James Wong present a celebration of the physics, chemistry and biology that lie hidden inside every bite. Together they travel the world and take over the UK’s leading food lab in order to deconstruct our favourite meals, taking us inside the food, right down to the molecular level.
Episode 4: King Of The Nerds
Ellen (Morven Christie) gets pregnant after landing a big contract for her firm of architects. She hires Paula (Vicky McClure) as cover - but soon fears that she’s made a terrible mistake.
Evolutionary biologist, Professor Armand Leroi, believes data science can transform the pop world. Gathering together a team of scientists and researchers to analyse over 50 years of UK chart music, Armand asks the question: can algorithms find the secret to pop success?
The world is full of threats to our survival - some we’re aware of and some we can’t see - and our bodies are constantly adapting to these dangers. In this episode, we’ll meet some extraordinary individuals who push this ability to the absolute limit.
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