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SATURDAY 11 APRIL 2009

SAT 19:00 Jackie Stewart: The Flying Scot (b00jw9gn)
Sir Jackie Stewart is one of Britain's all time great sporting personalities - winner of three Formula 1 world championships and 27 grand prix, and ranked as one of the ten greatest racing drivers of all time.

With his black cap and sideburns, he became an unmistakable icon in the glorious era of style, glamour and speed of the 1960s and 70s.

Venturing beyond the world of motor sport, this documentary is an insight into the triumphs and tragedies of Stewart's eventful life, and includes contributions from friends and colleagues such as Niki Lauda, Emerson Fittipaldi, Sean Connery, Murray Walker and Edsel Ford, as well as the last ever interview with the late Ken Tyrrell, without whom Stewart's career might have taken a very different turn.

Produced by Stewart's youngest son Mark, the film is enriched with family photographs, home movies and scrapbooks kept by Lady Helen Stewart that document her husband's career.


SAT 20:30 Jazz Goes to College (b00jw7yz)
Stan Getz Quartet

Series of jazz concerts performed at British colleges and universities. This concert featuring the Stan Getz Quartet was recorded at the London School of Economics and includes A Singing Song, The Sunset Dell, A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square, O Morro, Jive Hoot, When the World Was Young, Scrapple from the Apple and Desafinado.


SAT 21:20 1959: The Year that Changed Jazz (b00jf64y)
1959 was the seismic year jazz broke away from complex bebop music to new forms, allowing soloists unprecedented freedom to explore and express. It was also a pivotal year for America: the nation was finding its groove, enjoying undreamt-of freedom and wealth; social, racial and upheavals were just around the corner; and jazz was ahead of the curve.

Four major jazz albums were made, each a high watermark for the artists and a powerful reflection of the times. Each opened up dramatic new possibilities for jazz which continue to be felt: Miles Davis, Kind of Blue; Dave Brubeck, Time Out; Charles Mingus, Mingus Ah Um; and Ornette Coleman, The Shape of Jazz to Come.

Rarely seen archive performances help vibrantly bring the era to life and explore what made these albums vital both in 1959 and the 50 years since. The programme contains interviews with Lou Reed, Dave Brubeck, Ornette Coleman, Charlie Haden, Herbie Hancock, Joe Morello (Brubeck's drummer) and Jimmy Cobb (the only surviving member of Miles' band), along with a host of jazz movers and shakers from the 50s and beyond.


SAT 22:20 West End Jungle (b00jw9cy)
Banned when made in 1961, this documentary offers a comprehensive insight into the history and seedy reality of the sex industry in London's Soho.

Examining the consequences of the introduction of the Street Offences Act in 1959, which until then had seen as many as 10,000 prostitutes line the streets and alleys of Soho with nothing more than a deterrent of a small fine, the film explains what happened after those streets were cleaned up and looks at the many different guises as one of Britain's oldest professions continued to operate and thrive.


SAT 23:15 Smokey Dives (b0074msy)
Documentary showing how drab post-war Britain was enlivened by the trad-jazz scene, which ballooned into our first mass youth culture, with thousands of young people dancing the night away in dimly light underground clubs, from Soho's infamous Cy Laurie Club to The Cavern Club in Liverpool.

George Melly relives his Rabelaisian youth on the road whilst revisiting some the pubs, clubs and concert halls he once played in. His hilarious stories of singing, drinking and sleeping his way around the country, staying in rotten B n B's and playing to University students are confirmed and embellished by interviews with fellow band members.

We learn how 50s Britain saw the emergence of two rival jazz groups - the modernist scene centred around professional bebop musicians Ronnie Scott and friends, and the more amateur raucous style of the trads. Trads wore oversized ex-army gear and duffel coats, drank beer and occasionally took speed to keep awake during their all night parties, whereas the modernists wore sharp suits and black dresses and some musicians dabbled with hard drugs.

The bouncer from Cy Laurie's club, Bill Palmer, and regular club goers describe how hundreds of strangely clad trad fans crammed into the club every weekend. Musician Laurie Morgan explains how Archer Street in Soho was the centre of activity for the emergent modernist scene.


SAT 00:15 1959: The Year that Changed Jazz (b00jf64y)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:20 today]


SAT 01:15 Jackie Stewart: The Flying Scot (b00jw9gn)
[Repeat of broadcast at 19:00 today]


SAT 02:45 Smokey Dives (b0074msy)
[Repeat of broadcast at 23:15 today]



SUNDAY 12 APRIL 2009

SUN 19:00 Cranford (b008cxm8)
Series 1

June 1842

Funny and touching drama that brings together the idiosyncrasies and misfortunes of the lives of the people of Cranford. With the arrival of new residents the women of the town are sparkling with anticipation. Centring on Matty Jenkyns and her older, stricter sister Debora, we share in their excitement as a new house guest and neighbours arrive. When Jem, the local carpenter, falls from a tree, all eyes are upon on the new doctor and his untested modern methods.


SUN 20:00 Sacred Music (b009lt2b)
Series 1

An Easter Celebration

Simon Russell Beale presents a special concert for Easter from LSO St Luke's in London, performed by the award-winning choir The Sixteen, conducted by founder Harry Christophers. The music takes us on a journey of over a thousand years, from haunting plainchant through to the celebrated music of JS Bach. Highlights include Palestrina's motet Assumpta Est Maria, and Allegri's Miserere.


SUN 21:30 Wainwright Walks: Coast to Coast (b00jqp0m)
Gateway to the Lakes

Julia Bradbury follows in the footsteps of legendary guidebook writer Alfred Wainwright by walking across the whole of northern England from the west to the east coast.

This was Wainwright's last great venture and has become his greatest legacy - a beautifully simple proposition, linking three national parks that lie between the Irish and the North Sea.

36 years after its creation, Julia is off, through sunshine, wind and rain to cross the changing landscape, understand the history and meet the people that make up almost 200 miles of northern England.

Enthusiasm and expectation are high as Julia begins her grand adventure at the western extremity of northern England, St Bees Head. The coast of west Cumbria is an oft-forgotten industrial strip lying just outside the Lake District, but as Julia reaches the doorway to Wainwright's favourite playground, the weather deteriorates quickly, leaving her no choice but to tackle her first Lakeland valley in appalling conditions.


SUN 22:00 Performance: Suddenly Last Summer (b00jt57y)
1990s remake of Tennessee Williams's 1959 play about a Southern matriarch who wants a neuro-surgeon to perform a lobotomy on her supposedly-mad niece, featuring the late Natasha Richardson and a stellar cast.


SUN 23:25 Newswipe (b00jqm9x)
Series 1

Episode 3

Charlie Brooker sets his satirical sights on news and current affairs, looking at how news anchors and their styles have changed over the years and reflecting on how they do it over in America.

Plus, a short film by Power of Nightmares creator Adam Curtis, a look at what's happening with the war against terror and a poem by Tim Key.


SUN 23:55 The Car Show (b00j4d3d)
Documentary which explores the ways that cars have been presented on television in the motoring programmes that have tapped into our collective subconscious.

It looks at the classic motoring magazine shows of the 1960s and 70s like Wheelbase, which showcased some of the world's latest innovations and spawned the next generation of programming such as the original Top Gear with Angela Rippon and Noel Edmonds.

The film investigates how more recent motoring programmes changed to accommodate society's view of the car. The new Top Gear and shows such as Panic Mechanics and Stars in Fast Cars reflect a shift away from the traditional car review show towards a more topical, aspirational and spectacular viewing experience.


SUN 00:55 Cranford (b008cxm8)
[Repeat of broadcast at 19:00 today]


SUN 01:55 Sacred Music (b009lt2b)
[Repeat of broadcast at 20:00 today]


SUN 03:25 Newswipe (b00jqm9x)
[Repeat of broadcast at 23:25 today]



MONDAY 13 APRIL 2009

MON 19:00 Timeshift (b00jqp0p)
Series 8

The North-South Divide

Journalist John Harris travels around England to find out why the north-south divide is still an economic reality and if anything can be done to close it.

Oasis v Blur, Manchester United v Chelsea, Old Labour v New Labour and pies v polenta - Harris wonders whether it is a light-hearted rivalry about accents, music, sport, food and politics or something deeper. Our high streets look the same, we drive the same cars, we eat at the same chains, but beneath the surface lies a more troubling story of economic inequalities that define a divide that won't go away.

The decline of industry and manufacturing still blights the north, while a house costs on average a third more in the south and southerners live longer and healthier lives. But can the north-south divide really be as stark as the gap between East and West Germany during the dark days of the Berlin Wall, as one contributor claims?


MON 20:00 The Jet Stream and Us (b00909b0)
Documentary tracing how human understanding of the jet stream - a ribbon of fast moving air high in the atmosphere - has grown.

It has been responsible for bewildering effect on bomber pilots during the Second World War, turbocharging modern transatlantic flyers, the infamous 1987 hurricane and devastating floods. Scientists believe this powerful weather phenomenon is now changing its pattern of behaviour and could have an even bigger impact on our climate and the way we live our lives.

Interviewees include Sir Brian Hoskins, University of Reading and Kirsty McCabe from the BBC Weather Centre.


MON 21:00 The Weather (b00jz8gj)
Rain

Documentary series about the weather. The rain is an essential part of being British, giving us the English lawn, the sliding tackle and endless grounds for complaint, but what do we really know about it?

The programme uncovers the true shape of a raindrop, shows how and why rain falls, and tells remarkable stories of how we have adapted or succumbed to this elemental force of nature, such as James Glaisher's seven-mile hot-air balloon ascent in 1862, and how Charles Macintosh invented the waterproof coat.

The Victorians believed that they could master the rain and push it aside, but today climate change threatens us with rain that is wilder and more unpredictable than ever.


MON 22:00 Spiral (b0074snb)
Series 1

Episode 5

The inquiry into Elina Andrescu's murder takes yet another disturbing turn when the body of her missing sister Sophia is found in a freezer. Prosecutor Pierre Clement must recognise that the involvement of his friend Benoit Faye goes deeper than he'd been prepared to believe. A distraught and vulnerable Ghisele Anloux is brought to trial in connection with the murder of her baby - though judge Roban soon comes to regret his meddling in the affair.


MON 22:50 Spiral (b0074tp2)
Series 1

Episode 6

Pierre Clemente initiates divorce proceedings when estranged wife Marianne and her family business become implicated in a drug trafficking scandal. Lawyer Josephine Karlsson is called in to defend a man who is charged with brutal acts of torture. Gilou loses control of his drug addiction, testing the loyalty of boss Captain Laure Berthaud.


MON 23:40 13 Tzameti (b008563q)
Thriller set in France. Georgian immigrant Sebastian has decided to follow instructions intended for someone else, without knowing where they will take him. Something else he does not know is that Gerard Dorez, a cop on a knife-edge, is tailing him. When he reaches his destination, Sebastian falls into a degenerate, clandestine world of mental chaos behind closed doors in which men gamble on the lives of others.


MON 01:05 The Jet Stream and Us (b00909b0)
[Repeat of broadcast at 20:00 today]


MON 02:05 The Weather (b00jz8gj)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:00 today]


MON 03:05 Timeshift (b00jqp0p)
[Repeat of broadcast at 19:00 today]



TUESDAY 14 APRIL 2009

TUE 19:00 World News Today (b00jwbtk)
The latest national and international news, exploring the day's events from a global perspective.


TUE 19:30 Coal House (b00f7zds)
Coal House at War

Episode 11

Three Welsh families give up their 21st-century creature comforts and travel back in time to 1944 to face the hardships of life in World War II. It is time for the men to hang up their lamps, the women to take off their uniforms, and the evacuees to return to their parents in the city - but not before everyone gets in the swing at the community dance for a final send-off.


TUE 20:00 All Our Working Lives (b00jwbtm)
Series 1

Working the Land

Documentary which looks at farming in England in the 20th Century, featuring an interview with a Suffolk farmworker who talks about the harsh times in the 1930s.


TUE 21:00 Early Doors (b0078sly)
Series 2

Episode 6

Comedy series set in a small Manchester public house.

Mel's 21st has arrived and the regulars look forward to a free buffet. Joe discovers the perks of being a DJ as Nicola uses her assets to attract his attention, and Phil and Nige take the opportunity to try out their new business venture.

Jean wonders if she will ever get the chance of a nice semi detached with conservatory and Ken makes the decision they've all been waiting for.


TUE 21:30 I've Never Seen Star Wars (b00jqp0r)
Series 1

Hugh Dennis

Marcus Brigstocke hosts a chat show in which he invites someone to step out of their comfort zone and try five new cultural experiences. Comedian Hugh Dennis's tasks include eating road kill and visiting a mine.


TUE 22:00 Mad Men (b00jwbtp)
Series 2

The Inheritance

Drama series which takes an unflinching look at the world of advertising in 1960s New York.

Betty takes Don to visit her father, who has had a stroke. Paul and Pete look set to go to LA for a rocket fair, but Paul's girlfriend Sheila wants him to go on a civil rights march. Betty finds a surprise in the Wendy House. Pete decides he doesn't like his mother.


TUE 22:45 Law and Order (b00jwbtr)
A Prisoner's Tale

Drama series about the British judicial system, seen from the viewpoints of those who keep it, those who break it and those who live off it.


TUE 00:10 West End Jungle (b00jw9cy)
[Repeat of broadcast at 22:20 on Saturday]


TUE 01:05 Panorama (b00jf64w)
1959: A Panorama Guide

Documentary looking back at 1959 through the eyes of the long-running BBC current affairs programme Panorama, recalling a time when Britain finally realised that the old world was fast disappearing.

The game was up with the Empire and attitudes to class, race and gender were beginning to shift, while television was entering a golden age, with Panorama playing a key role in documenting the birth of modern Britain.


TUE 02:05 I've Never Seen Star Wars (b00jqp0r)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:30 today]


TUE 02:35 All Our Working Lives (b00jwbtm)
[Repeat of broadcast at 20:00 today]


TUE 03:35 I've Never Seen Star Wars (b00jqp0r)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:30 today]



WEDNESDAY 15 APRIL 2009

WED 19:00 World News Today (b00jwc9z)
The latest national and international news, exploring the day's events from a global perspective.


WED 19:30 Wainwright Walks: Coast to Coast (b00jqp0m)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:30 on Sunday]


WED 20:00 Victorian Farm (b00gn2bl)
Episode 1

Historical observational documentary series following a team who live the life of Victorian farmers for a year. Wearing period clothes and using only the materials that would have been available in 1885, historian Ruth Goodman and archaeologists Alex Langlands and Peter Ginn are going back in time to relive the day-to-day life of the Victorian farmer.

The project is based on the Acton Scott estate in Shropshire - a world frozen in time, lost in Victorian rural England. Its buildings and grounds are cluttered with antique tools and machinery collected by the Acton family, who have lived on the estate since the 12th century.

Working for a full calendar year, Ruth, Alex and Peter are rediscovering a lost world of skills, crafts and knowledge, assisted by an ever-dwindling band of experts who keep Victorian rural practices alive.

The team move into a Victorian smallholding on the Acton Scott estate that has not been used in nearly half a century. Their first task is the restoration of the cottage. As incoming tenants, they help thresh the previous summer's wheat crop, their first experience of steam-powered machinery. Alex attempts to sow a wheat crop using horse-power. Ruth and Peter install a range in the cottage and take a trip to the canals to load up on coal. It's time for the apple harvest, so Alex and Peter turn their hand to making cider. Ruth explores the challenges of Victorian cooking by making preserves ready for winter and cooks her first meal on the range. And the team must learn shepherding skills the hard way as the first livestock arrive on the farm - a flock of Shropshire ewes.


WED 21:00 Mud, Sweat and Tractors: The Story of Agriculture (b00jwcb1)
Milk

Documentary series looking at the history of 20th-century farming in Britain opens by focusing on milk.

In the early years of the century, 150,000 dairy farmers milked by hand and sold milk door to door. By the end of the century, the 15,000 that were left were breeding cows that increased yields by 400 per cent and milk was sold through supermarkets.

This episode features the home movies and stories of two dairy farmers who survived to tell the story of how and why the revolution happened.


WED 22:00 Wainwright Walks: Coast to Coast (b00jqp0m)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:30 on Sunday]


WED 22:30 Newswipe (b00jwcb3)
Series 1

Episode 4

Charlie Brooker sets his satirical sights on news and current affairs, taking a look at how graphics have morphed over the years from modest explaining devices to shouty, scary, video game-style extravaganzas.

Brooker also charts the way the media handled both the politics and the protests of the G20 summit in London, while Ben Goldacre, author of Bad Science, vents his anger over its coverage of science stories.


WED 23:00 I've Never Seen Star Wars (b00jqp0r)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:30 on Tuesday]


WED 23:30 Pop Britannia (b008nkvq)
A Well Respected Man

Three-part documentary series telling the story of British popular music and its place in British culture since the 1950s. In the 60s Britain went pop mad. The architects were a group of artists and entrepreneurs who would prise pop out of the grasp of showbiz interests to create a truly authentic British sound of the Beatles, Stones and Who and at the same time prepared the way for a new, more corporate pop business. With Pete Townsend, Sir George Martin, Bryan Ferry, Sandie Shaw and Lulu.


WED 00:30 Pop on Trial (b008prdf)
1960s

Stuart Maconie puts pop in the dock to decide which has been the most influential musical decade. Neil Innes and Tony Blackburn help make the case for the 1960s, from the very British pop of the The Beatles and The Rolling Stones to the California sound of The Beach Boys.


WED 01:30 Batman (b00801j9)
Series 1

Fine Feathered Finks

Sixties fantasy series.

As the Penguin awaits his release from prison, he has already begun to plan his next caper. The devious villain uses exploding umbrellas as part of a plot designed to trick Batman into committing crimes for him.


WED 01:55 Batman (b007zlfy)
Series 1

The Penguin's a Jinx

Sixties fantasy series.

Batman and Robin calculate that the Penguin's next crime will be the kidnapping of beautiful actress Dawn Robbins. The situation becomes more complicated when Dawn falls in love with Batman.


WED 02:20 Mad Men (b009pg6v)
Series 1

Five G

Drama series which takes an unflinching look at the world of advertising in 1960s New York. Don's past catches up to him when he wins an award and gets his picture on a prominent industry periodical. Ken makes his colleagues envious when he gets a short story published in a national monthly magazine.


WED 03:10 Mad Men (b009s6q7)
Series 1

Babylon

Drama series which takes an unflinching look at the world of advertising in 1960s New York. Adultery is the new fashion at the agency - the ladies try on lipstick while their husbands dally. Peggy's ideas get noticed during a pitch meeting and her future begins to look more promising. Don asks Rachel's advice about an ad campaign.



THURSDAY 16 APRIL 2009

THU 19:00 World News Today (b00jwck0)
The latest national and international news, exploring the day's events from a global perspective.


THU 19:40 The New Avengers (b00jyzkn)
Series 2

Obsession

A missile goes missing from an air display, a spy satellite is taking photographs of Buckinghamshire and one of Purdey's old flames reappears. Are these events connected and is it anything to do with a visiting Arab?


THU 20:30 Wainwright Walks: Coast to Coast (b00jwck2)
The Heart of the Lakes

Julia Bradbury follows in the footsteps of legendary guidebook writer Alfred Wainwright by walking across the whole of northern England from the west to the east coast.

This was Wainwright's last great venture and has become his greatest legacy - a beautifully simple proposition, linking three national parks that lie between the Irish and the North Sea.

36 years after its creation, Julia is off through sunshine, wind and rain, to cross the changing landscape, understand the history and meet the people that make up almost 200 miles of northern England.

Over three mountain ranges and across three valleys, the second stage of Julia's journey is a grand traverse of Wainwright's much-loved Lake District. Having shrugged off the rain, Julia ends with the epic 17-mile final day in the Lakes, including the length of Haweswater and the highest peak on the entire walk.


THU 21:00 Dorset Days: A Year in the Life of Longhorn Jim (b00jyzkq)
Documentary about Falklands War veteran and ex-firefighter Jim Armstrong, who is now a farmer in Dorset.

The film follows Jim through 2007 as he helps to raise a herd of traditional Longhorn cattle and his own flock of sheep. Sad echoes of his war experiences 25 years earlier resurface at times, but they never dent his optimistic spirit or his delight in selling meat locally and spending his days in the great Dorset outdoors.


THU 22:00 Crooked House (b00gf5l2)
Something Old

When schoolteacher Ben unearths an old door knocker in the garden of his new home, the curator suggests it may come from the now-demolished house, reputed to be haunted. Ben prompts the curator to tell him stories about the house's past.

In the 1920s, Lady Constance de Momery presides over a costume ball for her grandson, but all is not as it seems and when young heir to the estate Felix de Momery announces his engagement to sweetheart Ruth, his friends Billy and Katherine seem far from pleased.

Is the happy couple's destiny inextricably linked with another tragic wedding day many years ago and does the sight of a ghostly bride in a grave-stained wedding dress explain why there has not been a wedding at Geap Manor since then?


THU 22:30 I've Never Seen Star Wars (b00jwck4)
Series 1

Nigel Havers

Marcus Brigstocke hosts a chat show in which he invites his guest Nigel Havers to step out of his comfort zone and try some new experiences for the first time.


THU 23:00 Newswipe (b00jwcb3)
[Repeat of broadcast at 22:30 on Wednesday]


THU 23:30 Dorset Days: A Year in the Life of Longhorn Jim (b00jyzkq)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:00 today]


THU 00:30 I've Never Seen Star Wars (b00jwck4)
[Repeat of broadcast at 22:30 today]


THU 01:00 Newswipe (b00jwcb3)
[Repeat of broadcast at 22:30 on Wednesday]


THU 01:30 Crooked House (b00gf5l2)
[Repeat of broadcast at 22:00 today]


THU 02:00 Wainwright Walks: Coast to Coast (b00jwck2)
[Repeat of broadcast at 20:30 today]


THU 02:30 The New Avengers (b00fl64x)
Series 1

House of Cards

Classic 1970s secret agent fantasy adventure series. Steed, Purdey and Gambit find themselves fighting people they thought were their friends after a network of sleeper agents, called the House of Cards, is activated.


THU 03:25 Crooked House (b00gf5l2)
[Repeat of broadcast at 22:00 today]



FRIDAY 17 APRIL 2009

FRI 19:00 World News Today (b00jwcr0)
The latest national and international news, exploring the day's events from a global perspective.


FRI 19:30 Jazz 625 (b00jwcr2)
The Thelonious Monk Quartet

1960s concert featuring jazz pianist Thelonious Monk and his quartet of Ben Riley, Larry Gayles and Charlie Rouse.


FRI 20:05 4 Better 4 Worse: The Anatomy of a String Quartet (b0074tl9)
Documentary about what makes string quartets tick, focusing on the British Lindsay Quartet as they attend the annual Kuhmo Chamber Music Festival near the Arctic Circle in Finland.


FRI 21:00 Storyville (b00jwcr6)
The Jazz Baroness

Documentary, made by her great niece, about the British Jewish baroness who fell in love with the jazz genius Thelonious Monk.

Pannonica Rothschild was born with everything, got married and had five children, but one track by a man she had never met inspired her to leave and start a new life in America.

Helen Mirren is the voice of 'Nica', while Sonny Rollins, TS Monk Jr, the Duchess of Devonshire, Quincy Jones, Lord Rothschild, Roy Haynes, Chico Hamilton and others appear as themselves.


FRI 22:25 Jazz 625 (b00jw7z3)
Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers

1965 concert featuring Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers, one of America's most dynamic jazz groups.


FRI 23:05 Jazz 625 (b00jwcr2)
[Repeat of broadcast at 19:30 today]


FRI 23:40 Mad Men (b00jwbtp)
[Repeat of broadcast at 22:00 on Tuesday]


FRI 00:25 The New Avengers (b00jyzkn)
[Repeat of broadcast at 19:40 on Thursday]


FRI 01:20 Storyville (b00jwcr6)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:00 today]


FRI 02:40 4 Better 4 Worse: The Anatomy of a String Quartet (b0074tl9)
[Repeat of broadcast at 20:05 today]




LIST OF THIS WEEK'S PROGRAMMES
(Note: the times link back to the details; the pids link to the BBC page, including iPlayer)

13 Tzameti 23:40 MON (b008563q)

1959: The Year that Changed Jazz 21:20 SAT (b00jf64y)

1959: The Year that Changed Jazz 00:15 SAT (b00jf64y)

4 Better 4 Worse: The Anatomy of a String Quartet 20:05 FRI (b0074tl9)

4 Better 4 Worse: The Anatomy of a String Quartet 02:40 FRI (b0074tl9)

All Our Working Lives 20:00 TUE (b00jwbtm)

All Our Working Lives 02:35 TUE (b00jwbtm)

Batman 01:30 WED (b00801j9)

Batman 01:55 WED (b007zlfy)

Coal House 19:30 TUE (b00f7zds)

Cranford 19:00 SUN (b008cxm8)

Cranford 00:55 SUN (b008cxm8)

Crooked House 22:00 THU (b00gf5l2)

Crooked House 01:30 THU (b00gf5l2)

Crooked House 03:25 THU (b00gf5l2)

Dorset Days: A Year in the Life of Longhorn Jim 21:00 THU (b00jyzkq)

Dorset Days: A Year in the Life of Longhorn Jim 23:30 THU (b00jyzkq)

Early Doors 21:00 TUE (b0078sly)

I've Never Seen Star Wars 21:30 TUE (b00jqp0r)

I've Never Seen Star Wars 02:05 TUE (b00jqp0r)

I've Never Seen Star Wars 03:35 TUE (b00jqp0r)

I've Never Seen Star Wars 23:00 WED (b00jqp0r)

I've Never Seen Star Wars 22:30 THU (b00jwck4)

I've Never Seen Star Wars 00:30 THU (b00jwck4)

Jackie Stewart: The Flying Scot 19:00 SAT (b00jw9gn)

Jackie Stewart: The Flying Scot 01:15 SAT (b00jw9gn)

Jazz 625 19:30 FRI (b00jwcr2)

Jazz 625 22:25 FRI (b00jw7z3)

Jazz 625 23:05 FRI (b00jwcr2)

Jazz Goes to College 20:30 SAT (b00jw7yz)

Law and Order 22:45 TUE (b00jwbtr)

Mad Men 22:00 TUE (b00jwbtp)

Mad Men 02:20 WED (b009pg6v)

Mad Men 03:10 WED (b009s6q7)

Mad Men 23:40 FRI (b00jwbtp)

Mud, Sweat and Tractors: The Story of Agriculture 21:00 WED (b00jwcb1)

Newswipe 23:25 SUN (b00jqm9x)

Newswipe 03:25 SUN (b00jqm9x)

Newswipe 22:30 WED (b00jwcb3)

Newswipe 23:00 THU (b00jwcb3)

Newswipe 01:00 THU (b00jwcb3)

Panorama 01:05 TUE (b00jf64w)

Performance: Suddenly Last Summer 22:00 SUN (b00jt57y)

Pop Britannia 23:30 WED (b008nkvq)

Pop on Trial 00:30 WED (b008prdf)

Sacred Music 20:00 SUN (b009lt2b)

Sacred Music 01:55 SUN (b009lt2b)

Smokey Dives 23:15 SAT (b0074msy)

Smokey Dives 02:45 SAT (b0074msy)

Spiral 22:00 MON (b0074snb)

Spiral 22:50 MON (b0074tp2)

Storyville 21:00 FRI (b00jwcr6)

Storyville 01:20 FRI (b00jwcr6)

The Car Show 23:55 SUN (b00j4d3d)

The Jet Stream and Us 20:00 MON (b00909b0)

The Jet Stream and Us 01:05 MON (b00909b0)

The New Avengers 19:40 THU (b00jyzkn)

The New Avengers 02:30 THU (b00fl64x)

The New Avengers 00:25 FRI (b00jyzkn)

The Weather 21:00 MON (b00jz8gj)

The Weather 02:05 MON (b00jz8gj)

Timeshift 19:00 MON (b00jqp0p)

Timeshift 03:05 MON (b00jqp0p)

Victorian Farm 20:00 WED (b00gn2bl)

Wainwright Walks: Coast to Coast 21:30 SUN (b00jqp0m)

Wainwright Walks: Coast to Coast 19:30 WED (b00jqp0m)

Wainwright Walks: Coast to Coast 22:00 WED (b00jqp0m)

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