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Wave Bond Voyage to Daniel Craig on The Graham Norton Show this week as they talk about 'No Time To Die', PLUS there's plenty of BBC iPlayer content to get stuck into! Want more BBC? Scroll for more of what to watch...

The Graham Norton Show 

Friday 24th September, BBC One, 10.35pm 

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Graham Norton is sitting down this week for a brand new series to talk to none other than Daniel Craig in anticipation of his final appearance as 007 in No Time To Die, and will be joined by Lea Seydoux, Lashana Lynch and Rami Malek, who also star. We’ll also get a bonus performance from Ed Sheeran for his new single Shivers.  


Vigil (Last episode)

Sunday 26th September, BBC One, 9pm 

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As the last episode of Vigil approaches, (spoilers ahead), Amy is trapped and running out of time. On land, Kristen attempts to find the traitor’s accomplice while the crew on board will need to fight for their lives. Want more from Suranne Jones? Find out where you’ve seen her before and discover more shows like Vigil! 


Ru Paul’s Drag Race UK (Season 3) 

Monday 27th September, BBC One, 10:35pm 

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All new series of Ru Paul’s Drag Race begins this week on BBC One, and introduces Matt Lucas as a guest judge in the first round, where he’ll get to decide which of the twelve contestants will be the first to go home. The task? Serve two different looks on the runway, and hope to avoid being asked to lip-sync for their lives!  


7 Up: The New Generation 

Wednesday 29th September, BBC One, 9pm  

If you remember the documentary that follows the lives of a select group of people from different backgrounds every seven years, it’s back! Seven years on, Sanchez from Leeds has been forced to give up his football career after suffering a serious injury, Gemma from Bolton, who was severely paralysed by a virus at the age of two, is searching for work in an increasingly competitive industry, and Eton-educated Oliver has spent some time in the U.S to refocus. 


Strictly Come Dancing 

Saturdays at 7pm on BBC One 

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If you missed it last week, Strictly Come Dancing is back for a new series, with Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman back to host as fifteen new celebrities take to the dance floor in an effort to take home the glitter ball prize. Shirley Ballas, Craig Revel Horwood, and Motsi Mabuse all return to judge, with Anton Du Beke (AKA ‘King of the ballroom’) joining as a permanent panellist. Who are you voting for this week? 


Ambulance 

Thursday 30th September, BBC One, 9pm  

All new series of Ambulance kicks off on Thursday as Cameras follow the staff of Northwest Ambulance Service to show us what really goes on. From stabbing hoaxes to serious road traffic accidents, there’s never an uneventful day for these Ambulance crews.  


The Cleaner 

Watch now on BBC iPlayer 

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Brand new comedy drama The Cleaner is coming to BBC One and BBC iPlayer thereafter on 10th September, and stars Greg Davies, who wrote the show, alongside Helena Bonham Carter in the first episode. Paul Chowdhry and Shobu Kapoor are also set to appear. The show follows a crime scene cleaner named Wicky (Davies) who, in the first episode, heads to the suburbs to clean up a very disturbing murder scene, though he soon finds himself getting interrupted by a mysterious, heavily armed woman and other unexpected guests...  


Fever Pitch: The Rise of the Premier League 

Watch now on BBC iPlayer

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Fever Pitch: The Rise of the Premier League is a sport documentary about the formation and success of the football league after it broke away from the rest of the English football leagues in 1992 and sold the rights to Sky for live television broadcasting.  


A House Through Time 

Watch now on BBC iPlayer 

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A House Through Time takes a look at the extraordinary story of a Victorian house’s first ever resident, a lawyer named William Bruce, who tried and failed to save the life of a man convicted of murder. David Olusoga tells us more stories like this to open our eyes to these fascinating historical lives.  


Animals with Cameras 

Watch now on BBC iPlayer  

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Animals with Cameras is back for a second season, with Wildlife cameraman Gordon Buchanan who leads a team using specially designed cameras to film ground-breaking scenes in some of the animals who depend on our oceans to live. In Cape Verde we see a one of the world’s largest populations of nesting loggerhead turtles, before travelling to the Bahamas to visit Caribbean reef sharks. 


When Ruby Wax Met 

Sundays on BBC Two, 9pm 

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Comedian Ruby Wax takes us through her archived interviews that she conducted for her various BBC shows in the 90s, with a deeper look at fame and infamy, including interviews with Donald Trump, OJ Simpson, Carrie Fisher, Goldie Hawn and Tom Hanks.  


Ladhood 

Mondays on BBC One, 10:35pm 

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Ladhood is back for a second season on BBC One and BBC iPlayer this week, and straddles the two timelines of Liam’s life. In the present he prepares for a first date, but when they ask about the last time he felt completely happy, he is thrust back into his teenage years.  


 

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