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Andrew Lamberty helps a women's boxing charity and a disabled riding school.
Flat-Pack: Business competition. The candidates must come up with a unique piece of flat-pack furniture, before producing prototypes and pitching their products to retailers.
Documentary series telling the inside story of the banking industry. Charting the thirty-year effort to manage financial risk through mathematical modelling.
Caroline visits the Snowdonia National Park in Wales, takes part in a training exercise for the Mountain Rescue Dogs Association, and starts the annual Race the Train contest.
District nurse Frankie is anything but a saint, except when it comes to her patients, who she'll do anything for. Heartwarming new drama, starring Eve Myles and Jemma Redgrave.
A day in the life of the NHS. Featuring a tetraplegic coming to terms with the changed relationship with his daughter and a burns victim undergoing reconstructive surgery.
Graham is joined by Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe, The Great Gatsby actress Isla Fisher and its director Baz Luhrmann, and comedian Ed Byrne. Plus music from Wretch 32.
5/8. Jools is joined by Queens of the Stone Age, Texas, Lulu James, Patty Griffin, Peace and Katmen. Deep Purple's Ian Gillan and Ian Paice talk about their 19th studio album.
10/13. Yellowstone: In Yellowstone National Park, where wolves, bears, coyotes, bison and elk roam vast grasslands, wetlands and forests, Steve Backshall looks for the answer to a puzzle.
Jasmine helps 79-year-old engineer Jeff reclaim his home from the chaos of his hoard.
4/6. Sketch show starring Lorna Watson and Ingrid Oliver. They relive the agony of a teenage date and discover a great new way to stay fit and lose weight - terror.
Crime drama. With the killer's body count rising, can forensics help Dr Lennox Collins and his assistant Molly Cooper ensure that the right suspect is brought to justice?
The Name of the Doctor: Sci-fi drama. The Doctor has a secret he will take to his grave. And it is discovered...
Graham Norton presents irreverent live coverage of the national musical event, this year coming from Sweden's Malmo Arena. Bonnie Tyler, with the song Believe In Me, is the UK entry.
To coincide with the release of the new film of The Great Gatsby, novelist Jay McInerney examines the life of Gatsby's creator F Scott Fitzgerald through his letters to friends and family.
Brand new: With unique access, this film explores how the young 12th Earl of Shaftesbury is trying to rescue his family's name from bankruptcy and ruin, while coping with family tragedy.
Inhumane Society: New. Crime drama series following the Major Case Squad. Nichols and Stevens investigate a murder case involving the partner of a disgraced boxer.
Stylish drama about an affable male escort in Washington DC who becomes embroiled in a murder plot that threatens to derail both his life and his career. Woody Harrelson stars.
Started Early, Took My Dog: Jackson helps a young woman find her parents, unearthing a shocking discovery.
Simon Reeve begins an extraordinary adventure across the great continent of Australia.
Drama about a man who finds a rare pink gem and teams up with a mercenary smuggler and a US journalist in the hope of using the jewel to save his family.
A Panorama investigation reveals how police, politicians, lawyers and judges all played a part in burying the truth about Britain's worst football disaster.
Britain's most famous flower show is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, and Alan Titchmarsh and Joe Swift present highlights of some of the weirdest and most wonderful displays.
It might be the 21st century, but, as Kevani Kanda finds out in this fascinating new programme, children are still accused by their relatives of practicing witchcraft, with grim consequences.
In this new series, the adventurer Nicholas Crane stays closer to home as he visits four towns around Britain, seeing what life in them is like and why people have chosen to stay there.
In the last episode of the series, Mary Portas heads to Liskeard to see what effect a new supermarket has had on the town, and tries to emphasise the importance of local food and crafts.
Action comedy with Bruce Willis and Billy Bob Thornton. Robbers Joe and Terry find their lives of easy crime complicated when they take the neurotic Kate hostage, leading to crazy adventures.
Last of the series about the financial sector looks at the fraudulent selling of payment protection insurance (PPI) and the repercussions that it's had for the whole banking industry.
18/24. The Possum: Comedy series set in the parks department of a fictional Indiana town. When a possum bites the mayor's dog on a golf course, Leslie forms a task force to catch it.
Rachel is caught in the act with colleague Kev. With their friendship hanging by a thread, Janet and Rachel investigate when a man is found dead on a busy high street. [AD,HD,S]
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