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Week 46 highlights
In this film for BBC Children in Need, broadcaster Stacey Dooley uncovers stories from the UK’s homeless teenagers. The film sensitively shares the thoughts and concerns of some of society’s most vulnerable young people.
A young man is killed in a devastating crash. At first it looks like yet another tragic accident, but as the police investigation gets underway, a dark mystery emerges: Who was the driver? Who were the victims? Who’s lying?
George Ezra, Jess Glynne, Nile Rodgers & CHIC, Olly Murs, Rita Ora, Sir Rod Stewart - and more names yet to be announced - will take to the stage at The SSE Arena, Wembley, for Children in Need Rocks 2018.
Raza (Nabhaan Rizwan) and Gabe’s (Paddy Considine) relationship is severely tested as the case takes a fatal turn.
The One Show’s Rickshaw Challenge for BBC Children in Need ends in Media City tonight, concluding an eight-day journey which started in Calais.
The Bafta-nominated Live At The Apollo returns to BBC Two for a highly anticipated 14th series, with seven new episodes.
The biggest party on the planet has arrived once again. Viewers are invited to enjoy a night of unmissable entertainment, inspiring stories and fabulous fundraisers as Children in Need returns for an all-singing, all-dancing, all-inspiring evening of fun and fundraising.
Holly (Synnove Karlsen) is back for her second year of university, living with her friend Louise (Sophia Brown) and two new younger students - Rayna (Imogen King) and Fraser (Stuart Campbell).
Episode six: Demons Of The Punjab
BBC Two will air the highly anticipated First World War archive feature film by Peter Jackson They Shall Not Grow Old on Sunday November 11 at 9pm.
Alone, undercover and continuing to pose as Michel’s (Amir Khoury) lover, Charlie (Florence Pugh) drives his red Mercedes loaded with explosives.
Unbearable truths emerge as Hanssen faces Gaskell for one last time...
Presented by Sir David Attenborough, Dynasties follows the true stories of five of the world’s most celebrated, yet endangered, animals.
Struck down by the Spanish Flu in 1918, aged just 28, in his short life Egon Schiele created over 3,000 drawings and paintings, self-portraits and nudes.
The one-hour programme shows Primal Scream's Bobby Gillespie's fascination with music from an early age, listening to the sounds of Elvis and Aretha Franklin before graduating to punk. He talks about his passion for music and how to keep creativity on the right track.
Dan Snow investigates a century of war trauma, from WW1 shell shock to modern PTSD.
Episode One: 1918-36.
It’s the start of the school year and James Pope, Head Teacher of Marlwood School in South Gloucestershire, is facing a perfect storm. The school has been placed in special measures after being deemed inadequate by a damning Ofsted inspection. Eight percent of British schools fall into this category.
Throughout a compelling and turbulent year, BBC Two has gained privileged access to the private and fascinating world of British diplomats in Whitehall and embassies around the globe, from Burma to Ukraine.
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