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New BBC One Northern Ireland series The Search explores the impact on families when a loved one goes missing
A new series for BBC One Northern Ireland explores the impact on families when a loved one goes missing, and meets the Community Rescue Service volunteers who drop everything to find them.
BBC Four has announced a season of new programmes that celebrate British diversity and explores the secret tribes and communities that have helped shape modern British history.
Laurence Henry, 26, has become MasterChef: The Professionals Champion 2018, it was announced today.
Seven new Junior Doctors are scrubbing up for a fifth series of the award-winning BBC Three show, with filming starting at Salford Royal Hospital today.
At the start of 2019, a year of potentially momentous change for the United Kingdom, Neil MacGregor explores how five major countries see Britain through the prism of historical events, cultural influences and objects.
Winterwatch will return to BBC Two next year, broadcasting live from a new location in the wildest landscape of the UK - the Cairngorms National Park - which is to be the new, year-round home for The Watches.
Rachel Johnson and her father Stanley, singer-turned-farmer JB Gill, broadcaster Stuart Maconie and actress Shobna Gulati are among the famous faces lacing up their walking boots to explore England’s most scenic riverbanks.
Adventurer Leon McCarron dreamed about going to the Arctic since he was a child. Now he has the chance to retrace the epic 1856 voyage of one of his great heroes, and international celebrity, Lord Dufferin.
This December, BBC One will be taking viewers inside The Recording Studio (w/t), for a new two-part series that captures the laughter, tears and nervous anticipation as ordinary people step into a world-class studio and record a song with great meaning for them.
Peter Jackson’s highly anticipated First World War archive feature film They Shall Not Grow Old (pictured) and classic BBC comedy series Blackadder Goes Forth lead a range of remembrance programming that will be available to watch on BBC iPlayer this Sunday, to mark the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day.
An interview with Rupert Barrington, Series Producer
An interview with Michael Gunton, Executive Producer
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