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Week 13 highlights
Adventurer and presenter Simon Reeve is on a journey around Turkey, a land of beauty and extremes in a unique position at the crossroads between Europe and Asia. In this two-part series for BBC Two Simon discovers a country undergoing dramatic and fundamental changes.
A unique insight into the life and work of celebrated painter Paula Rego, directed by her son, Nick Willing.
In this BBC Four 90-minute special, physics professor Jim Al-Khalili investigates the amazing science of gravity.
Holly is finally getting comfortable. Her relationship with Rory has stepped up and her friendship with the girls feels ever more real. But when an awful truth surfaces, all that is shattered.
Brexit will be the topic of a special live edition of the nation’s most popular political debate programme, Question Time on BBC One.
Betrayed by Guthred and condemned to a life of slavery, Uhtred and Halig, along with fellow slave Finan, are forced to row endlessly on a trader ship.
Following the sudden death of Brian Pern, BBC Four pays tribute to the man who invented world music, pioneered pop/prog rock and plasticine in videos in this special one off documentary presented by the award winning film maker Rhys Thomas OBE.
In the vastness of the Pacific lies the Galapagos, one of the greatest treasures of the natural world and a biological wonderland.
Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond The Lobby sees Giles Coren and Monica Galetti roll up their sleeves to work alongside staff in some of the most extraordinary hotels across the globe.
Maureen Lipman travels back to her home town of Hull to meet inspirational characters who have found different ways to stay happy through the ups and downs of life. Maureen faced her own challenges after losing her husband of over 30 years, playwright Jack Rosenthal. Maureen looks at how people can stay social and avoid loneliness as we grow older.
Tom Hardy returns to CBeebies on Mother’s Day to read a brand new bedtime tale, There’s A Bear On My Chair.
Highlights from the BBC Radio 6 Music Festival which, this year, came live from Glasgow from Friday 24-Sunday 26 March.
Rio Ferdinand embarks on an intensely personal journey, exploring the ways bereaved parents come to terms with loss and shape new lives for themselves and their children, in this poignant documentary for BBC One.
Chris Harris and the £2m Bugatti Chiron attempt to cross the Arabian peninsula faster than Matt LeBlanc - and a roster of money-no-object transport solutions.
It’s a snowy day in Greendale, and Ted Glen has invited the kids to his workshop to meet his friend, space expert Professor Farrow. Julian’s excited, but so is Pat, who has always yearned to be an astronaut. He’s even more thrilled when he finds that his special delivery is a space suit - an extra surprise for the kids.
The hit police corruption drama returns for a fourth series. When DCI Roz Huntley (Thandie Newton) captures a serial killer, Forensic Coordinator Tim Ifield (Jason Watkins) alerts AC-12 to a possible miscarriage of justice.
Stargazing Live is back for its seventh year with a completely new view of the night sky - live, from the other side of the world!
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