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New series. 1/4. An overview of Heathrow Airport and the scale of operations faced by air traffic control.
New series. Rick Stein savours the British-influenced dishes in Kolkata and Chennai.
Two stories of adoption stretching back over four decades. Sue Udy is searching for her daughter and Alan Ross Harper wants to understand why his birth mother gave him up.
New series. 1/10. Drama series set during the Wars of the Roses. After meeting beautiful widow Elizabeth Woodville, young King Edward IV must choose between love and loyalty.
2/2. Liz Bonnin and the team return to the Russian Far East to track endangered Siberian tigers. They realise breeding females are in particularly short supply.
A mysterious mute warrior is held prisoner. With the help of a boy, he manages to kill his captors and escape on a Viking ship, but he then finds himself in an unknown land.
14/17. Topical science series. Iain Stewart investigates a controversial energy rush for the natural gas found deep underground, sometimes right under the places people live in.
8/8. Last in the current series of Watchdog, with topical reports and investigations into the big company names and smaller rogues letting viewers down.
Comedy drama series. Kevin's financial woes lead him to commit a desperate act. Ken feigns illness to get Pauline's attention. An awful discovery makes Pauline rethink her choices.
6/6. Frankie is finally confronted by her stalker. Can Frankie save them both?
This brand new series is presented by vet Steve Leonard. Steve meets some Dalmatian puppies, a family of orangutans, and a group of abandoned seal pups on Norfolk's north coast.
...Roads. New series. 1/6. Series revealing how London's roads keep moving. TFL staff deal with pregnant motorists, road accidents, abuse from the public and a helicopter crash.
In the last part of the live series about daily life at Heathrow airport, Dan Snow sees if he could be an air traffic controller, and Dallas Campbell tries his hand at a flight simulator.
Puppies: Documentary series exposing rogue traders. In West Sussex, Dom and Melinda are on the trail of a puppy trader who has been selling sick puppies to unsuspecting pet-lovers.
Brand new series - What's in the Box?: In the last episode of season four, on the day of Peter's gubernatorial election, Zach grows suspicious that vote tampering may be taking place.
Interactive documentary series following the thrills and fears of modern dating, as couples meet for their first date. Viewers can apply to appear on the next show with unsuccessful daters.
Documentary about the family life of 10-year-old Ellie Sharp, whose father Philip is a Messianic Jew and heads Britain's only openly polygamous family.
(2009) Quentin Tarantino's history-tweaking homage to the war movie sees Brad Pitt's squad of Jewish American soldiers go Nazi-hunting in Occupied France. Strong language/bloody violence.
Second series of the comedy set in a mobile phone store. Feeling the pinch in hard times, Ashley and Jerwayne try to make some extra money. Shelley goes on the warpath.
12/13. Graham's guests include The Office star Steve Carell, actor Chris O'Dowd and Josh Groban.
New hidden camera series showing how funny life can be when people think no one's watching, including cowboy builders stuck in cement and a man wanting the whole bible tattooed on his body.
Gabby Logan introduces live coverage of the European Team Championships from Gateshead where Mo Farah is looking for a hat-trick of victories in the 5,000m at this event.
The Live Final: Total power lies with the viewers as the four finalists face a public vote in a bid to be crowned winner of The Voice UK and win a lucrative recording contract.
In Control: Cold War drama series. When President Reagan is shot, Elizabeth and Phillip are up against the clock - and the FBI - in trying to find out who is responsible.
John Inverdale presents live coverage from finals day at the second World Cup regatta of 2013, held at Eton Dorney. With commentary from James Cracknell and Garry Herbert.
Clacton: Paul Martin and experts Will Axon and Elizabeth Talbot pitch up at the Prince's Theatre in Clacton on Sea. Paul heads to the tallest Tudor gatehouse in England.
Greenshaw's Folly: Miss Marple helps a family friend seek refuge at Greenshaw's Folly. But a sinister shadow soon begins to fall over the strange old building's various inhabitants.
Sue Barker introduces live coverage from the opening day of the 2013 Wimbledon Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis Club.
Investigating the standard of residential care for vulnerable children. In situations where care is not up to scratch, some young people run away into risky situations.
(1987) John Boorman's autobiographical drama evokes the solidarity and humour that kept the home fires burning during the Blitz, as seen through nine-year-old Sebastian Rice-Edwards' eyes.
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