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Aisling and Lorcan are warned to be on their best behaviour when entertaining one of the company's biggest clients from America. Aisling is determined to comply - until alcohol gets the better of her and she blurts out an unintentional insult to the client.
In the final episode, Janina Ramirez and Alastair Sooke explore St Petersburg through its dazzling art and architecture.
Kathleen (Jessie Wallace), Alfie (Shane Ritchie) and Tommy (Henry Proctor) arrive in Redwater, where celebrations are in full flow for a lively annual fundraiser, that pitches them into the heart of the community.
A Time To Live, from award winning film-maker Sue Bourne, is a film about living, not dying. We hear from a variety of people who have managed to find positives in their terminal prognosis and have made the most of the time they have left.
Oxygen. Written by Jamie Mathieson and directed by Charles Palmer.
The continued insomnia of Louis XIV (George Blagden) makes him increasingly volatile, meaning Marchal’s (Tygh Runyan) loyalty counts for nothing as he failed to prove the worst poisonings were solely the work of his now-dead suspect.
In the third and final episode of the series, the team is based at Bristol University’s Langford Vet Hospital.
Having himself felt the pressure to ‘masc-up’, Riyadh explores the fundamentals of masculinity in a bid to understand why gay men are suffering from increased levels of body dysmorphic disorder, eating disorders and self-harm.
The true story of three girls drawn into the frightening world of sexual exploitation.
Hosted by Graham Norton and broadcast live on BBC One, the qualifying acts from the semi-finals plus performers from Ukraine, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom, perform in the grand final of the 62nd Eurovision Song Contest from Kyiv. Ken Bruce broadcasts live for BBC Radio 2.
A two-part documentary series, Yorkshire Wolds Way, will explore one of the UK’s least-known National Trails, stretching from the iconic Humber Bridge in East Yorkshire to the North Yorkshire seaside resort of Filey.
Episode two: Forests Of The Maya. Journey through the seasons in the forests of the Maya, where ancient temples still tower over the forests of the Yucatan, and where jaguars, monkeys and vibrant tropical birds now make their home.
In the second and final episode of this Arabian adventure, explorer Alice Morrison is in the vast Sahara, three and a half million square miles of desert, on an epic camel trek over the dunes on her journey to Timbuktu.
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