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Love Monster follows the colourful and funny adventures of lovable hairy hero Love Monster as he searches for the right thing to do in a world in which he is one of a kind. Showcasing the importance of kindness, empathy, connection and instinct, Love Monster is full of heart and ‘big life’ learnings for little ones.
Paddy, Freddie and Chris head on a British summer holiday in super-cheap second-hand convertibles.
To conclude this three-part series, Stewart Copeland explores the transcendental powers of music.
In episode three we follow Aziraphale and Crowley’s friendship across the ages.
In this first episode of new series Life Cinematic, Oscar-nominated British director Sir Sam Mendes OBE talks to Edith Bowman about the films that have influenced his life and career.
Secret audio tapes reveal the true story behind the 1963 Profumo Affair in this exclusive documentary. The tapes, which have been uncovered after more than 35 years, will air for the first time in BBC Two’s Keeler, Profumo, Ward And Me.
Christine is on tenterhooks as Stephen’s (James Norton) life hangs in the balance while his sentence is decided.
Teenagers messing around in a stolen car collide with a concrete pillar in a multi-story car park. The joyriders escape, but within the smashed concrete, the unmistakable form of a skull is revealed.
Journalist Sunny Hundal (pictured) explores the legacy of his late brother Jagraj Singh, the most popular Sikh leader of modern Britain, who sparked an unprecedented revival of young people returning to the faith.
Win The Wilderness follows six British couples as they compete for the ownership of an extraordinary home in the Alaskan wilderness.
August, 1945. A coachload of children arrive at the Calgarth Estate by Lake Windermere, England. They are child survivors of the Nazi Holocaust that has devastated Europe’s Jewish population.
The award-winning BBC Three comedy returns for a third series.
Chris Daw QC, one of the country’s most eminent criminal barristers, and Ayesha Nayyar, the Law Society’s Sole Practitioner of the Year, look at how Britain’s courts are handling what many believe is a law and order crisis.
In the second episode, Ed Balls heads to Poland and Germany, exploring the anti-elite sentiment which has swept Europe. He joins workers in a Polish coal mine, visits a so called ‘Nazi Village’ and travels to an anti-jihadi training camp.
Aidy Bryant (Saturday Night Live) returns as Annie, who’s feeling pretty good after having faced her demons - her mom (Julia Sweeney), her boss (John Cameron Mitchell) and her troll. With boyfriend Ryan (Luka Jones) and best friend Fran (Lolly Adefope) by her side, she’s ready to take on the world.
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