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Week 25 highlights

  • The Met: Policing London

    The Met: Policing London

    Filmed over the course of a year, The Met: Policing London follows officers of Britain’s biggest and busiest police service as they deal with life, death, crime and its victims, all across the capital.

  • Brexit Means Brexit

    Brexit Means Brexit

    Double Bafta-winner Patrick Forbes follows up the candid, revelatory Brexit: A Very British Coup? with Brexit Means Brexit.

  • Tracey Breaks The News

    Tracey Breaks The News

    Tracey Ullman is back on BBC One with Tracey Breaks The News, a political and topical offering from the award-winning actress, impressionist and comedian. The half-hour special will be filmed close to transmission and broadcast in the aftermath of the general election.

  • Glastonbury 2017

    Glastonbury 2017

    Live TV coverage begins from the renowned music festival direct from Worthy Farm in Somerset. Twenty years on from their now legendary set on the Pyramid stage and the release of OK Computer, tonight’s show will feature the whole of Radiohead’s set.

  • Doctor Who

    Doctor Who

    The Eaters Of Light. Written by Rona Munro and directed by Charles Palmer.

  • Count Arthur Strong - The Soupover

    Count Arthur Strong - The Soupover

    Count Arthur Strong [Steve Delaney] returns for a third series.

  • Curious Creatures

    Curious Creatures

    Kate Humble hosts Curious Creatures, a new ten-part panel show for BBC Daytime.

  • CBeebies Bedtime Stories

    CBeebies Bedtime Stories

    Actor Chris Evans returns to CBeebies on Father’s Day to read a brand new Bedtime Story - Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site.

  • Sunday Morning Live

    Sunday Morning Live

    Sunday Morning Live returns to BBC One this weekend with new presenters, Sean Fletcher and Emma Barnett (pictured), fronting the BBC series which delivers live thought-provoking discussion on the big moral and ethics stories of the week.

  • Murdered For Being Different

    Murdered For Being Different

    The Bafta and RTS award-winning team behind BBC Three’s Murdered By My Boyfriend, Don’t Take My Baby and Murdered By My Father return with a new film about a brutal hate crime that shocked the country in 2007.

  • Supersize Cabbies

    Supersize Cabbies

    A firm of overweight cabbies from Plymouth have pledged to turn their lives around. They embarked on a six-week community weight loss programme to try and reverse the damage done by years of poor diet and little exercise. But for two of the cabbies that brief fitness burst kick-started a drive for a new life.

  • Ripper Street

    Ripper Street

    It is just day after the cruel murder of Bennet Drake and his once friends Edmund Reid, Homer Jackson and Long Susan are drawn together to bring his killer - a new serial killer stalking Whitechapel’s streets ‐ to justice.

  • Broken

    Broken

    With time running out on her deception, Roz (Paula Malcomson) phones Father Michael (Sean Bean) from work, ahead of a devastating and public confrontation with her boss. Given a grace period of 24 hours before she must face the police, Roz uses the time to make vital preparations for her family.

  • Glastonbury 2017

    Glastonbury 2017

    The first evening of BBC Four’s extensive weekend coverage from the world’s most celebrated music festival, live and direct from Worthy Farm in Somerset.

  • Theresa Vs. Boris: How May Became PM

    Theresa Vs. Boris: How May Became PM

    This new drama documentary tells the story of the Conservative Party’s 2016 leadership campaign, from the day David Cameron resigned to the day Theresa May became Prime Minister.

  • Hospital

    Hospital

    With exceptional access to one of the UK’s biggest and busiest NHS trusts, BBC Two’s critically acclaimed Hospital returns for four new episodes.

  • Who Should We Let In? Ian Hislop On The First Great Immigration Row

    Who Should We Let In? Ian Hislop On The First Great Immigration Row

    How should we respond to the vast numbers of newcomers arriving on our shores: a force for good to be welcomed in the tradition of tolerance, or a cause for anxiety about jobs, public services and the changing face of Britain’s towns and cities?

  • All TV programmes for week 25

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