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Week 44 highlights
Recorded at the BBC Radio Theatre in London, as part of BBC Radio 2’s In Concert series, the iconic British artist, Paul Weller, accompanied by an orchestra, performs songs from his new album True Meanings, as well as classic tracks.
It’s the spookiest event in the Strictly Come Dancing calendar as Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman host this year’s Halloween Special.
Matt Baker, Steve Brown, John Craven, Ellie Harrison, Adam Henson and Anita Rani head out on the fourth Countryfile Ramble for BBC Children in Need.
Tensions are running high as the situation in Moscow escalates, and Eve (Sandra Oh) starts to question who she can trust.
Becoming Cary Grant. Cary Grant was one of Hollywood’s greatest leading men - suave, sophisticated and as comfortable in romantic comedies as he was in iconic Hitchcock thrillers.
BBC Music presents Ariana Grande At The BBC: a world-exclusive entertainment show on BBC One hosted by Davina McCall.
Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith’s award-winning anthology returns in a special live edition for Halloween.
The second and concluding episode of this two documentary-drama series on the final days of World War One begins with the victory by the Allies at Amiens.
Episode three: Charlie Don’t Surf. Raza uncovers a promising new lead, while Gabe runs into a contact from his former life.
International Rugby League returns to the BBC as England begin a mouth-watering three-match series against New Zealand.
Germany, 1979. When a bomb goes off in the diplomatic quarter of Bonn, senior Israeli intelligence agent Martin Kurtz (Michael Shannon) flies in to investigate.
As the final episode begins, Howard and junior attorney Jonathan are at loggerheads over this ever-mounting work schedule.
This 60-minute documentary is the dramatic, haunting story of five fires that foretold the Grenfell disaster, told through the eyes of those directly involved.
Artificial Intelligence is starting to transform healthcare beyond recognition. The vision for tech companies is to get AI computers to diagnose diseases as well as a human doctor, which could ultimately result in accessible, more affordable, better healthcare for almost everyone.
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