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Week 14 highlights
After a five-game winning streak Jack’s West Ham United Women’s team are on the up, as they bag themselves a place in their first ever quarter finals of the League Cup.
In 1888 the most infamous serial killer of all time, Jack The Ripper, began his reign of terror in the East End of London. Between August and November five horrifically violent murders took place in Whitechapel. There was a huge manhunt, but the Ripper was never caught.
On 22 November 2017, the Bosnian Serb General Ratko Mladic was found guilty of genocide and crimes against humanity at the International Criminal Tribunal for The Former Yugoslavia (the ICTY) in The Hague, and sentenced to life in prison.
The countdown to the FIFA Women's World Cup continues, with live coverage of England v Canada from the Academy Stadium in Manchester.
Faced with some of the toughest challenges that live TV can throw at a man - rancour behind the scenes, a viewer in danger, a segment on ladies fashion - Alan calls on ‘Sidekick’ Simon Denton to step up to the plate.
In the final programme of this week-long ocean health check, we look to the future to find out what it could hold for the next generation of marine life and how we can help.
Claire has a crisis and turns to Fleabag for help, whilst a familiar face makes a re-appearance at the cafe.
Jed Mercurio’s smash hit drama returns to BBC One.
The Brexit Storm: Laura Kuenssberg’s Inside Story offers an unprecedented insight into one of the most extraordinary political stories of our time, following the BBC’s political editor, Laura Kuenssberg, as she reports on the twists and turns of Parliament as the United Kingdom negotiates to leave the EU.
Mimi On A Mission: Sex Ed presented by YouTube star, Mimi Missfit, will get us all thinking and chatting about the weird and wonderful, sometimes mysterious and often cringey world of sex, love and relationships.
Radges get running, the Scot Squad have set their sights on arrest attention with the fifth series of the criminally funny Bafta Scotland award-winning spoof comedy.
Hit sketch show Famalam is back for a second series.
Eight well known personalities, all with differing beliefs and faiths, put on backpacks and walking boots, and set out to cover the Italian section of the ancient 2,000km Via Francigena, which starts in Canterbury and finishes in Rome.
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