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Week 15 highlights
Rembrandt's art is much loved and admired, but his remarkable life is less well known. In this anniversary year, marking 350 years since his death, his surprising story is told from an unusual perspective - his own.
Gary Lineker presents live coverage of the first FA Cup semi-final between Manchester City and Brighton & Hove Albion, from Wembley Stadium, where both teams will fight to earn the right to return to the capital for the showpiece final in May.
Clare Balding presents live coverage of one of the oldest and most prestigious sporting events on the British calendar.
Take a peek inside some of the country’s most stunning properties, as three judges travel the length and breadth of the nation in search of Scotland’s Home Of The Year.
Having chosen their sides, our characters ready themselves for the impending war.
Kate Fleming (Vicky McClure) and Steve Arnott (Martin Compston) attempt to track down a lead.
A new comedy set in the seaside town of Bognor Regis, this is the first piece of writing for television from Bafta Award-winner Toby Jones and Obie Award winner Tim Crouch.
Five MUAs remain, and the stakes are higher than ever as they hit London Fashion Week.
Fifteen years after her son’s murder, Anna Dean (Kelly Macdonald) arrives at Edinburgh High Court for the start of a major court case - but who is on trial?
In the second series of this award-nominated BBC history series, broadcaster and historian David Olusoga uncovers the history of another house, this time in Newcastle.
The day of the wedding arrives. Jake wants to know where Claire is, and the Priest upstages the bride.
Most people will have an operation in their lifetime, but very few know what happens once we’ve been put to sleep. This groundbreaking series goes behind the doors of the operating theatres of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, to reveal what goes on during an extraordinary range of procedures - some that will test the limits of what is scientifically possible.
It's day four, and Stephen, Greg, Brendan and Les wake up in a yurt.
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