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Week 33 highlights
Gary Lineker is joined in the studio by Alan Shearer and Ian Wright to introduce highlights of today’s six Premier League games, along with Friday night’s curtain-raiser between Manchester United and Leicester, as the 2018-19 season begins in earnest.
In this third series of Britain’s Lost Masterpieces, Dr Bendor Grosvenor and social historian Emma Dabiri delve into Britain’s local museums and country houses to look for lost and hidden public treasures.
Anita Rani begins her Bollywood journey in Mumbai, where she discovers the secrets behind the world-famous singing and dancing spectaculars.
Sylvia Plath’s iconic novel The Bell Jar exploded the myth that women were content and life was sweet. It shone a light on 1950s gender politics, sexual identity and mental health at a time when women struggled to find a voice.
Manic Weekdays: Nadiya Hussain shares tasty and nourishing recipes that will bring a smile to everyone’s face. Episode four caters for ‘manic weekdays’ with quick yet delicious recipes.
The Big Asian Stand Up showcases a new wave of Asian comedic talent from the UK and beyond.
Great British Menu is back, and this time the nation’s top professional chefs are competing for a chance to cook A Feast To Say Thank You at a glorious banquet celebrating 70 years of the NHS, one of Britain’s most prized institutions.
More than 11,000 people who were born in Sri Lanka have been adopted overseas, many growing up with little knowledge of the people or culture they left behind. In this film, two women - both adopted as babies - as they return to Sri Lanka to try to find their birth families.
Can the team prove that a beautiful still life of a glass jug and pears is the work of celebrated British artist William Nicholson?
John Minton was for a time one of the most popular 20th century British artists, more famous even than his contemporaries Francis Bacon and Lucian Freud. But his seemingly charmed life was cut tragically short and his work is now largely forgotten.
Over the last few years the story we have been hearing about British Asian men has been overwhelmingly negative. But for some British Asian communities there are real problems.
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