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Week 13 highlights
The series that investigates, celebrates, and challenges what's happening to the UK's oceans.
Chris Packham, Liz Bonnin and Steve Backshall kick off an exciting new live series exploring the health of our oceans and the wildlife who live there, broadcasting live from thousands of miles across the planet to find out how marine life is coping in the face of increasing environmental pressure.
The Believers Are But Brothers is an urgent political riff on young men and the internet, adapted for television from an award-winning play.
Beginning in 1975, it would become the UK's biggest ever criminal manhunt: one man murdered 13 women and attacked at least eight others, before he was finally arrested in 1981.
A Newsnight Special. Ten years ago a national newspaper broke the biggest political story of the decade, triggering a chain of events that would rock Westminster to the core.
First in a new observational documentary series following the radical work of Church SPAC Nation, as it tries to save the lives of young Londoners, by helping them to escape gangs.
A special programme focusing on the delicate issue of the #MeToo movement and a chance for Alan to show off his broadcasting chops.
Blanca takes on a new fight when she insists on being served at a popular gay bar where trans people are denied access.
Australia: Earth’s Magical Kingdom concludes with an exploration of how Australia’s wildlife has adapted to live in the human environment.
Cult favourite Matt Berry offers his unique take on Brexit, in this one-off comedy special to mark the passing of the Article 50 deadline.
Recently widowed Frank Hardcastle (Larry Lamb) runs Daffodil Dunes Holiday Park in the picturesque village of Glan Mor, on the North Wales coast. It's the heartbeat of this close-knit community.
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