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SATURDAY 02 FEBRUARY 2008

SAT 19:00 Brecon Jazz Festival (b008vsm6)
2007

Humphrey Lyttelton: Who Else but Humph?

As part of the 2007 Brecon Jazz Festival, an exploration of the career of well-loved British jazz trumpeter Humphrey Lyttelton, also famous for presenting the radio show I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue.


SAT 19:30 Screen Two (b008y47m)
Series 11

Persuasion

Adaptation of Jane Austen's classic novel. England, 1814. Several years earlier, Anne Elliot was persuaded by her friend to reject the proposal of a naval officer who is now a prosperous captain. He returns to find Anne's family on the brink of financial ruin and his own family tenants in her home. Amid the stiffening etiquette of social arrangements, their reunion gradually gives voice to some long-buried emotions.


SAT 21:10 BBC Four World Cinema Awards (b008wyxr)
2008

A starry jury including Catherine Deneuve, Christopher Eccleston, Nick Broomfield and Archie Panjabi argue the merits of five international hits such as The Lives of Others and Pan's Labyrinth, before Jonathan Ross announces the winner of Britain's premier foreign language movie award.


SAT 22:10 Look at Me (b008wyxs)
A young woman aspires to be a singer, but her weight and fragile self-confidence hold her back. Living in the shadow of her successful novelist father, she suspects that those who befriend her are really only interested in him.


SAT 23:55 Summits (b008vs4w)
Munich 1938

David Reynolds, Professor of International History at Cambridge University, uncovers the fascinating behind-the-scenes story of three ground-breaking summit meetings that have shaped the modern world. Here, he examines Neville Chamberlain's hubristic misreading of Hitler at Munich in 1938. Chamberlain has gone down in history as a naive old buffer with his policy of 'appeasement', but Reynolds retraces the testy battle of wills in which it was the dictator who lost his nerve at the last moment.


SAT 01:25 10 Things You Didn't Know About... (b008vrwk)
Avalanches

Iain Stewart travels across mountain ranges and glaciers to reveal ten remarkable stories about avalanches.

Over a million avalanches happen throughout the world each year, and yet we know more about the surface of the moon than we do about the chaotic turbulence inside an avalanche. Scientists have had to put themselves right inside a raging avalanche to find out more.

Stewart shows how the deadliest avalanche in history killed 18,000 people in three minutes; how Hannibal's army was devastated by avalanches as he crossed the Alps to fight Rome; why an avalanche was key to one of the greatest aviation mysteries of all time; and how global warming may increase the rate of ice avalanches in the future.


SAT 02:25 Citizen Smith (b008vs26)
Members

Writer Michael Smith takes on the guise of a contemporary Citizen Smith, scouring England in search of a modern day definition of nationality. He investigates what it takes to become a member of the nation's rich assortment of private clubs and ends up banging his head on the glass ceiling, voicing the frustrations most have felt when stuck outside somewhere nice. The Colony Rooms, The Athenaeum, the Dangerous Sports Club and the arrival hall at Heathrow all feature.


SAT 02:55 BBC Four World Cinema Awards (b008wyxr)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:10 today]



SUNDAY 03 FEBRUARY 2008

SUN 19:00 Pop Go the Sixties (b0088nyx)
Series 1

The Kinks

Another mind-bendingly colourful nugget of pop mined from the BBC's archive.


SUN 19:05 Doctors to Be: 20 Years On (b0088zht)
The GP's Tale

Update on the 1980s series about a group of doctors just starting out on their careers. Will Liddell and Ese Stacey found that the life of a GP would change beyond recognition in 20 years. They thought they'd be family doctors, but instead GP practices now run as extremely successful businesses. Ese now works outside the NHS, providing private sports medicine and consultancy. Will runs one of the biggest practices in the UK, trying to prevent his role as a true family doctor from being eroded.


SUN 19:35 Dear Television (b008y4c4)
Episode 1

Letters cataloguing the preoccupations and passions of television viewers over the last five decades.


SUN 19:45 All Creatures Great and Small (b01sc2fg)
Series 2

A Dog's Life

Popular drama series about a Yorkshire veterinary practice in the 30s. James has to keep his nerve during a difficult calving.


SUN 20:35 The Cult of... (b008x368)
Sunday Night

All Creatures Great and Small

The Cult of..., a series that unearths the history and anecdotes behind our cult Sunday night dramas, looks at All Creatures Great and Small. With its mix of stunning countryside, eccentric characters and romance, the show formed a template for Sunday night television. Interviewees including Christopher Timothy, Peter Davison, Robert Hardy, Carol Drinkwater, Lynda Bellingham, John McGlynn, producer Bill Sellars and writer Johnny Byrne reveal the struggles behind the success.


SUN 21:05 The Great British Sunday (b008x370)
Comedian Sean Lock looks at what Sundays always meant to him - from hangovers to Jack Hargreaves, from Sunday school and stately homes to utter boredom.


SUN 22:05 25 Years of the Antiques Roadshow (b0074nzs)
A celebration of the silver jubilee of the popular collectors' series, featuring highlights, favourite moments and a behind-the-scenes look at a recording of the show.


SUN 23:05 The Late Edition (b008vs4x)
Series 4

Episode 12

Satirical comedy show, with host Marcus Brigstocke and guests.


SUN 23:35 The Cult of... (b008x368)
[Repeat of broadcast at 20:35 today]


SUN 00:05 The Great British Sunday (b008x370)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:05 today]


SUN 01:05 The Sun (b0074s96)
A revealing portrait of our closest star - the sun. Responsible for all life on Earth, the sun has always been worshipped. In the Stone Age, monuments were built to its constancy and predictability. New ways of observing the sun are revealing another side to it - a dark and violent side of turbulent storms and huge explosions. As scientists learn to understand the forces that drive it, they are also trying to control its power. If we could harness the sun's power output for a single second it would supply the world's demands for the next million years.


SUN 02:05 Doctors to Be: 20 Years On (b0088zht)
[Repeat of broadcast at 19:05 today]


SUN 02:35 The Cult of... (b008x368)
[Repeat of broadcast at 20:35 today]


SUN 03:05 The Great British Sunday (b008x370)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:05 today]



MONDAY 04 FEBRUARY 2008

MON 19:00 World News Today (b008y27y)
The latest news from around the world.


MON 19:30 The Sky at Night (b008x3qm)
Messenger to Mercury

Star-gazing documentary series. Mercury is a world of extremes and enigmas - the closest one to the Sun. The spacecraft Messenger, which has just reached it after a four year journey, now offers enthralling pictures of its hidden side, which has never been seen before. Sir Patrick Moore looks at the latest images from this exciting mission, while Dr Chris Lintott looks forward to the lunar eclipse this month.


MON 20:00 The Cult of... (b008x368)
[Repeat of broadcast at 20:35 on Sunday]


MON 20:30 Ready to Wear (b0077rkg)
Suit You, Sir: Behind the Seams

Series exploring British history through changes and developments in fashion. This part examines the suit and how it relates to masculinity.


MON 21:00 Savile Row (b008x3qn)
Love Thy Neighbour

Three-part documentary series about Savile Row, the London street famous for its bespoke tailoring establishments. The tailors fear for their future and identity when giant jeanswear company Abercrombie and Fitch arrives on the street, but in the past this resilient bunch have seen off the Kaiser, the Luftwaffe and Giorgio Armani. They fight back with an ancient-yet-modern business plan, the model of eco-friendliness, hitting the road to take the service overseas and winning new clients.


MON 22:00 Nation on Film (b008x3qp)
Munich Remembered

Archive footage and personal testimony tell the story of the Munich air disaster 50 years on. The film explores the excitement surrounding the Busby Babes, a young, talented Manchester United, the best team in Britain who were on the verge of European success. It then follows the tragic events of 1958, when 23 people, including stars like Duncan Edwards, died. Contributors include crash survivors and former players Bobby Charlton and Harry Gregg.


MON 22:30 Nation on Film (b008x9lv)
Sir Bobby Remembers Munich

Sir Bobby Charlton tells the story of the Munich air disaster fifty years on. Watching archive footage, some for the first time, he charts the emotional journey - from the glory days of the Busby Babes to the tragic events of February 6th 1958. One of the survivors, Sir Bobby gives his own personal account of what happened, talking about team mates who died and the impact the disaster had on his own career, the city of Manchester and the world of football.


MON 23:00 Timeshift (b008h4zm)
Series 7

A Game of Two Eras: 1957 v 2007

John Inverdale hosts a unique experiment, using the latest football technology, to find out how English football has really changed in the past fifty years. Through computerised analysis it compares every aspect of the FA Cup finals of 2007 and 1957 - the year of the dramatic encounter between Manchester United and Aston Villa. The results uncover a lost era of English football via interviews with the surviving members of the 1957 final and contributors including Tom Finney and Graham Taylor.


MON 00:00 Savile Row (b008x3qn)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:00 today]


MON 01:00 The Sky at Night (b008x3qm)
[Repeat of broadcast at 19:30 today]


MON 01:30 The Cult of... (b008x368)
[Repeat of broadcast at 20:35 on Sunday]


MON 02:00 Nation on Film (b008x3qp)
[Repeat of broadcast at 22:00 today]


MON 02:30 Nation on Film (b008x9lv)
[Repeat of broadcast at 22:30 today]


MON 03:00 Savile Row (b008x3qn)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:00 today]



TUESDAY 05 FEBRUARY 2008

TUE 19:00 World News Today (b008y28h)
The latest news from around the world.


TUE 19:30 Pop Go the Sixties (b008791b)
Series 1

Marmalade

A colourful nugget of pop by Marmalade, mined from the BBC's archive.


TUE 19:35 Batman (b008y3cn)
Series 1

Death in Slow Motion

The Riddler turns moviemaker, capturing his criminal escapades on film. Robin is strapped on a conveyor belt in a lumberyard, about to be sawed in two as Riddler records the event. Batman comes to the rescue, but liberates a dressed dummy. Meanwhile, the Riddler is about to drop Robin from the ledge of a high building, similar to a well-known Harold Lloyd stunt.


TUE 20:00 Around the World in 80 Treasures (b0078vlr)
Series 1

Mexico to America

In episode two of Dan Cruickshank's global journey to find the top 80 man-made treasures in history, we travel from the mysteries of ancient Mayan tombs to that great symbol of the modern age - the Statue of Liberty, while taking in the drama of the giant warriors at Tula and the refinement of Thomas Jefferson's elegant home in Virginia. Dan also reveals his first dark treasures of this monumental journey - the ruthlessly efficient killer, the 1851 Navy Colt – the handgun that 'won' the west for the white man – and comes face to face with the 'Controller of the Universe' in Mexico City.

Elsewhere in Mexico, deep inside the pyramids of Palenque, Dan finds the great tomb of King Pacal. Even more surprising is the early civilisation of North America at Mesa Verde, where the clifftop people created a brilliant landscape that looks like something from outer space. From there it's an extraordinary leap to the high rise drama of Manhattan and the skyscraper that changed the world.


TUE 21:00 Goodness Gracious Me (b008x3yw)
Series 1

Episode 5

British-Asian comedy sketch show based on the award-winning Radio 4 series and starring Sanjeev Bhaskar, Meera Syal, Kulvinder Ghir and Nina Wadia.


TUE 21:30 The Armstrong and Miller Show (b0087fjz)
Series 1

Episode 3

Beneath the veneer of po-faced respectability lies a wealth of great characters in Alexander Armstrong and Ben Miller's sketch show.


TUE 22:00 Citizen Smith (b008x3yx)
Religion

Writer Michael Smith takes on the guise of a contemporary Citizen Smith, scouring England in search of a modern day definition of nationality. He weighs up the relative appeal of traditional religions versus a nation in thrall to the gods of Ikea and mass consumerism. Gospel churches, mass evangelical gatherings and even the witches and warlocks of middle England come under his scrutiny, as he witnesses a hilltop stand off between pagans and morris dancers at a sunrise celebration.


TUE 22:30 Storyville (b008x3yy)
The Polish Ambulance Murders

Documentary which tells the story of how a cabal of undertakers in the sleepy Polish city of Lodz conspired to bribe paramedics and doctors into murdering their patients, just to provide them with extra business. However, when bitter infighting and an assassination attempt divided the gang, prosecutors began to get suspicious. Featuring access to the key players and bizarre courtroom footage.


TUE 00:00 10 Things You Didn't Know About... (b008vrwk)
[Repeat of broadcast at 01:25 on Saturday]


TUE 01:00 Citizen Smith (b008x3yx)
[Repeat of broadcast at 22:00 today]


TUE 01:30 BBC Proms (b007t3rx)
2007

Rameau and Campra - Prom 3

Charles Hazlewood introduces a night of French Baroque music performed by the English Baroque Soloists and the Monteverdi Choir. Sir John Eliot Gardiner conducts a sequence of dances from Rameau's stage works, which also features performers from the Buskaid Soweto String Project and the dancers of Compagnie Roussat-Lubek. The programme also includes a rare performance of Campra's neglected Requiem Mass.



WEDNESDAY 06 FEBRUARY 2008

WED 19:00 World News Today (b008y28x)
The latest news from around the world.


WED 19:30 Pop Go the Sixties (b008d011)
Series 1

The Scaffold

A colourful nugget of pop mined from the BBC's archive.


WED 19:35 Batman (b008y3cy)
Series 1

The Riddler's False Notion

Superhero action. Batman rushes to rescue Robin from the Riddler and a lumber yard demise.


WED 20:00 The Queen's Castle (b00792r7)
Four Seasons

Three-part documentary series which goes behind the scenes at the Queen's favourite home, Windsor Castle, highlighting not only the ceremonies and occasions that take place annually, but following a wide variety of the key staff as they go about their business. This part covers Easter and the Royal Family's stay at Windsor. It also takes a look at the Queen's horses, both those she rides and those used for ceremonial purposes.


WED 21:00 Summits (b008x43d)
Vienna 1961

David Reynolds, Professor of International History at Cambridge University, uncovers the story of three groundbreaking summit meetings that have shaped the modern world. When John F Kennedy met Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev in Vienna in 1961, the result was a massive clash of personalities, generations and ideology. Reynolds unravels the poisonous duel between these two huge egos, one which revealed their human frailties and which pushed the world to the brink of nuclear destruction over Cuba.


WED 22:00 Nation on Film (b008x3qp)
[Repeat of broadcast at 22:00 on Monday]


WED 22:30 The Late Edition (b008x43f)
Series 4

Episode 13

Satirical comedy show, with host Marcus Brigstocke and guests.


WED 23:00 Art of Spain (b008vsgz)
The Moorish South

Critic and art historian Andrew Graham-Dixon travels from southern to northern Spain to tell the story of some of Europe's most exciting and vital art. For 700 years, most of Spain was an Islamic state, and the south was its beating heart. Under the Moors, Spain became the most advanced, wealthy and populous country in Europe. Andrew travels to Cordoba, Seville and Granada, visiting beautiful Moorish palaces and mosques, telling the story of one of the most colourful and sophisticated cultures to ever appear in Europe.


WED 00:00 Summits (b008x43d)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:00 today]


WED 01:00 Nation on Film (b008x3qp)
[Repeat of broadcast at 22:00 on Monday]


WED 01:30 Art of Spain (b008vsgz)
[Repeat of broadcast at 23:00 today]


WED 02:30 The Late Edition (b008x43f)
[Repeat of broadcast at 22:30 today]


WED 03:00 Summits (b008x43d)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:00 today]



THURSDAY 07 FEBRUARY 2008

THU 19:00 World News Today (b008y2kj)
The latest news from around the world.


THU 19:30 Masterpieces of the East (b007r8bx)
The Great Stupa Sculptures

Series revealing the stories behind iconic artefacts from the Indian subcontinent. This edition examines a collection of stone carvings which originally adorned a vast Buddhist monument in ancient India. Now housed in the British Museum, these intricately-carved stones narrowly avoided being used as building materials until a Scottish surveyor intervened.


THU 20:00 Michael Wood: The Story of India (b007y1kx)
The Power of Ideas

Michael Wood's epic series moves on to the revolutionary years after 500BC - the Age of the Buddha. Travelling by rail to the ancient cities of the Ganges plain, by army convoy through northern Iraq and on down the Khyber Pass, he shows how Alexander the Great's invasion of India inspired her first empire. Michael visits India's earliest capital, Patna, and using archaeology, legend and 'India's Rosetta stone', he shows how the ideas of the Buddha - 'India's first and greatest protester' - were turned into political reality by an Indian emperor who sowed the seeds of 'the most dangerous idea in history'.


THU 21:00 Art of Spain (b008x4bp)
The Dark Heart

Critic and art historian Andrew Graham-Dixon travels from southern to northern Spain to tell the story of some of Europe's most exciting and vital art. He journeys to the country’s scorched centre to explore Spanish art of the 16th and 17th centuries. From the mystical world of El Greco to the tender genius of Velazquez, this was a moment so extraordinary it became known as the Golden Age. But beneath the glittering surface was a dark and savage heart. Travelling from the architectural jewel of Toledo to majestic Madrid, Andrew Graham-Dixon traces the rise and fall of the Spanish Empire, the brutal conquest of the New World, and the religious madness of the Inquisition, to discover how a history so violent could produce some of the most beautiful art ever seen.


THU 22:00 Life on Mars (b0074tnw)
Series 2

Episode 8

Drama series about Sam Tyler, a detective who suffers a near-fatal car crash and wakes up in what seems to be 1973. When CID hear of a dead miner, all roads lead to the notorious cop killer Leslie Johns. Although they now have the know-how to get undercover, A-division are as hurried and unprofessional as ever, and begin to screw up.

As Sam questions the dubious ethics behind their methods and motives, he meets Morgan one-on-one - and Morgan has something to tell him. But events unfold disastrously as CID begin to learn the truth about Sam just as the heist is in progress.


THU 23:00 BBC Four World Cinema Awards (b008wyxr)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:10 on Saturday]


THU 00:00 Art of Spain (b008x4bp)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:00 today]


THU 01:00 The Great British Sunday (b008x370)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:05 on Sunday]


THU 02:00 Art of Spain (b008x4bp)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:00 today]


THU 03:00 Arena (b0074t5z)
Saints

Documentary looking at the phenomenon of sanctity. The Catholic Church is the only Christian persuasion with an official saint-making process, overseen by the Vatican's Congregation for the Causes of Saints. Hinduism and Buddhism have something akin in the idea of the holy man and the guru and the Islamic Sufi tradition not only recognises Christian saints but actively celebrates them.



FRIDAY 08 FEBRUARY 2008

FRI 19:00 World News Today (b008y390)
The latest news from around the world.


FRI 19:30 Legends (b0087g6k)
The Dankworths

Profile of the husband and wife jazz duo Cleo Laine and the late John Dankworth. John was one of Britain's best-known jazz musicians, composers and commentators, and Cleo is a singer and actress who has done just about everything - together they performed everywhere from jazz clubs to the world's major concert halls and theatres.

For years they toured the world and became established as one of the most popular double acts in music. Over the years they developed the Stables Arts Centre in the grounds of their home in Wavendon, Buckinghamshire. The venue has been host to many world famous artistes, from Vladimir Ashkenazy to George Shearing, and some of today's top professional musicians and singers have benefited from its education projects in the early stages of their careers.

Both John and Cleo have been awarded numerous honorary doctorates and are great believers in musical education. To this end, the Wavendon Foundation was formed with the objective of raising funds to benefit both individual young artistes in need of financial aid and organisations seeking support for music education projects.

This documentary follows their progession from dance halls and jazz clubs to the world stage. Their ongoing story is documented with rich archive, rare stills, footage and recordings from their private collection (seen for the first time), interviews with family and friends, and unique musical performances throughout.


FRI 20:30 Brecon Jazz Festival (b008x4hy)
2007

Joe Lovano: A Life in Jazz

Profile of the American saxophonist Joe Lovano, artist-in-residence at the 2007 Brecon Jazz Festival.


FRI 21:00 Scott Walker: 30 Century Man (b008x4hz)
Profile of the influential and enigmatic Scott Walker, which explores his music and career from the early days as a jobbing bass player on the Sunset Strip, to stardom in Britain's 1960s pop scene as lead singer of The Walker Brothers, to his evolution into one of the most radical soundmakers of the last few decades. Features exclusive footage of the making of his latest album, plus interviews with Scott and friends, collaborators and fans such as David Bowie, Radiohead and Jarvis Cocker.


FRI 22:35 BBC Four World Cinema Awards (b008wyxr)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:10 on Saturday]


FRI 23:35 Batman (b008y3cn)
[Repeat of broadcast at 19:35 on Tuesday]


FRI 00:00 Batman (b008y3cy)
[Repeat of broadcast at 19:35 on Wednesday]


FRI 00:25 Brecon Jazz Festival (b008x4hy)
[Repeat of broadcast at 20:30 today]


FRI 00:55 Scott Walker: 30 Century Man (b008x4hz)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:00 today]


FRI 02:30 Legends (b0087g6k)
[Repeat of broadcast at 19:30 today]


FRI 03:30 Brecon Jazz Festival (b008x4hy)
[Repeat of broadcast at 20:30 today]




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

10 Things You Didn't Know About... 01:25 SAT (b008vrwk)

10 Things You Didn't Know About... 00:00 TUE (b008vrwk)

25 Years of the Antiques Roadshow 22:05 SUN (b0074nzs)

All Creatures Great and Small 19:45 SUN (b01sc2fg)

Arena 03:00 THU (b0074t5z)

Around the World in 80 Treasures 20:00 TUE (b0078vlr)

Art of Spain 23:00 WED (b008vsgz)

Art of Spain 01:30 WED (b008vsgz)

Art of Spain 21:00 THU (b008x4bp)

Art of Spain 00:00 THU (b008x4bp)

Art of Spain 02:00 THU (b008x4bp)

BBC Four World Cinema Awards 21:10 SAT (b008wyxr)

BBC Four World Cinema Awards 02:55 SAT (b008wyxr)

BBC Four World Cinema Awards 23:00 THU (b008wyxr)

BBC Four World Cinema Awards 22:35 FRI (b008wyxr)

BBC Proms 01:30 TUE (b007t3rx)

Batman 19:35 TUE (b008y3cn)

Batman 19:35 WED (b008y3cy)

Batman 23:35 FRI (b008y3cn)

Batman 00:00 FRI (b008y3cy)

Brecon Jazz Festival 19:00 SAT (b008vsm6)

Brecon Jazz Festival 20:30 FRI (b008x4hy)

Brecon Jazz Festival 00:25 FRI (b008x4hy)

Brecon Jazz Festival 03:30 FRI (b008x4hy)

Citizen Smith 02:25 SAT (b008vs26)

Citizen Smith 22:00 TUE (b008x3yx)

Citizen Smith 01:00 TUE (b008x3yx)

Dear Television 19:35 SUN (b008y4c4)

Doctors to Be: 20 Years On 19:05 SUN (b0088zht)

Doctors to Be: 20 Years On 02:05 SUN (b0088zht)

Goodness Gracious Me 21:00 TUE (b008x3yw)

Legends 19:30 FRI (b0087g6k)

Legends 02:30 FRI (b0087g6k)

Life on Mars 22:00 THU (b0074tnw)

Look at Me 22:10 SAT (b008wyxs)

Masterpieces of the East 19:30 THU (b007r8bx)

Michael Wood: The Story of India 20:00 THU (b007y1kx)

Nation on Film 22:00 MON (b008x3qp)

Nation on Film 22:30 MON (b008x9lv)

Nation on Film 02:00 MON (b008x3qp)

Nation on Film 02:30 MON (b008x9lv)

Nation on Film 22:00 WED (b008x3qp)

Nation on Film 01:00 WED (b008x3qp)

Pop Go the Sixties 19:00 SUN (b0088nyx)

Pop Go the Sixties 19:30 TUE (b008791b)

Pop Go the Sixties 19:30 WED (b008d011)

Ready to Wear 20:30 MON (b0077rkg)

Savile Row 21:00 MON (b008x3qn)

Savile Row 00:00 MON (b008x3qn)

Savile Row 03:00 MON (b008x3qn)

Scott Walker: 30 Century Man 21:00 FRI (b008x4hz)

Scott Walker: 30 Century Man 00:55 FRI (b008x4hz)

Screen Two 19:30 SAT (b008y47m)

Storyville 22:30 TUE (b008x3yy)

Summits 23:55 SAT (b008vs4w)

Summits 21:00 WED (b008x43d)

Summits 00:00 WED (b008x43d)

Summits 03:00 WED (b008x43d)

The Armstrong and Miller Show 21:30 TUE (b0087fjz)

The Cult of... 20:35 SUN (b008x368)

The Cult of... 23:35 SUN (b008x368)

The Cult of... 02:35 SUN (b008x368)

The Cult of... 20:00 MON (b008x368)

The Cult of... 01:30 MON (b008x368)

The Great British Sunday 21:05 SUN (b008x370)

The Great British Sunday 00:05 SUN (b008x370)

The Great British Sunday 03:05 SUN (b008x370)

The Great British Sunday 01:00 THU (b008x370)

The Late Edition 23:05 SUN (b008vs4x)

The Late Edition 22:30 WED (b008x43f)

The Late Edition 02:30 WED (b008x43f)

The Queen's Castle 20:00 WED (b00792r7)

The Sky at Night 19:30 MON (b008x3qm)

The Sky at Night 01:00 MON (b008x3qm)

The Sun 01:05 SUN (b0074s96)

Timeshift 23:00 MON (b008h4zm)

World News Today 19:00 MON (b008y27y)

World News Today 19:00 TUE (b008y28h)

World News Today 19:00 WED (b008y28x)

World News Today 19:00 THU (b008y2kj)

World News Today 19:00 FRI (b008y390)