The BBC has announced that it has a sustainable plan for the future of the BBC Singers, in association with The VOCES8 Foundation.
The threat to reduce the staff of the three English orchestras by 20% has not been lifted, but it is being reconsidered.
See the BBC press release here.

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SAT 19:00 The Last Journey (b00c7yt6)
B movie drama in which a train driver, due to retire, has a nervous breakdown and plans to commit suicide by crashing his train.

SAT 20:00 Lazybones (b00786gj)
Romantic comedy about a ne'er-do-well baronet who loses his patrimony and marries an American heiress in the hope of recouping his fortune.

SAT 21:05 British B Movies: Truly, Madly, Cheaply (b00c7ytb)
Film historian Matthew Sweet presents a documentary reappraising over half a century of British B movies, from John Mills on the wrong end of a whipping in The Lash through to the giant gorilla Konga running amok in Croydon. Sweet argues that the cheapness of these films, unlike the A film, ensured they often portrayed Britain as it really was, even when (as in the case of 1970s sex movies) that wasn't necessarily a nice place to be. John Mortimer and Michael Winner are among the interviewees.

SAT 22:35 Psychomania (b007bfhr)
Bizarre British horror in which a young biker gang leader makes a pact with the Devil and uses it to win himself eternal life. His gang follow suit and join him on a rampage across the country. Would-be immortals have first to kill themselves, and if their faith wavers at the last moment they do not come back. But not all the biker's friends want to follow him across the threshold.

SAT 00:05 Quincy Jones: The Many Lives of Q (b00c517s)
From the King of Pop to Hip Hop: 1975-2008

Second of a two-part documentary which celebrates the life and career of top American jazz musician, composer, arranger, record producer and entrepreneur, Quincy Jones.

It charts Quincy's recovery from a brain anyeurism and looks at how he went on to produce the biggest selling album of all time, Michael Jackson's Thriller. He also produced and conducted 1985's We Are the World - the American music industry's response to the Ethiopian famine - which is still the biggest selling single of all time. That same year he ventured into new territory, turning Hollywood producer for The Color Purple.

Quincy returned to music with the iconic 1989 album Back on the Block, cross-fertilising the talents of 66 artists including Ray Charles, Ella Fitzgerald, Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, Patti Austin and six young rappers. The programme also looks at the launch of his television company, his conducting of Phil Collins's Big Band, his remixing of the iconic British dance hit Blue Monday, his humanitarian work in Africa and his mentoring younger musicians.

Contributors include Quincy himself, Lionel Richie, Phil Collins, Bob Geldof, Bernard Sumner, Patti Austin, the major players on Thriller - Rod Temperton (British songwriter), Bruce Swedien (recording engineer), Steve Lukather (guitarist) and daughter Kidada. There's also footage of 1980s Michael Jackson, Ella Fitzgerald, Miles Davis and ex-partner actress Nastassja Kinski.

SAT 01:05 British B Movies: Truly, Madly, Cheaply (b00c7ytb)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:05 today]

SAT 02:35 Quincy Jones: The Many Lives of Q (b00c517s)
[Repeat of broadcast at 00:05 today]


SUN 19:00 The Secret Life of the Motorway (b007x58q)
Falling in Love

Documentary series which celebrates the birth of motorways and hails the achievements of those behind the 'road revolution'. The first episode takes us from the excitement of the building of the first motorway in Britain, the M6 Preston By-pass, to the celebration of the most complex, Spaghetti Junction.

With amazing archive and often hilarious public information films, we take a trip back to a time when not only were motorways exciting and new, but there was also no speed limit. Interviews with the engineers who designed them, the navvies who built them and the people who drove on them bring to life and celebrate an achievement that we now take so much for granted.

SUN 20:00 The Black Rider (b00c80dt)
B movie drama in which a journalist investigates the story of a local haunted castle and uncovers a gang of foreign saboteurs.

SUN 21:00 Cover Girl Killer (b00c80dw)
Mystery thriller set in the world of 1950s pin-up girl magazine publishing. Someone is killing the attractive young women who model for the magazines' covers. With the help of a publisher and one of his models, the authorities set a trap for the murderer. But will the killer be lured?

SUN 22:05 British B Movies: Truly, Madly, Cheaply (b00c7ytb)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:05 on Saturday]

SUN 23:35 The Flapping Track (b00c5143)
The story of South Yorkshire's Highgate Greyhound Stadium, which each week attracts a motley crowd of characters to the world of flapping - independent, unregulated greyhound racing.

In the days when the mines dominated South Yorkshire, flapping was a way of life. But as the mines have closed, so have the tracks. In 1948, there were over 130 flapping tracks in the UK. By 1984, the year of the miners' strike, there were less than 60. Today there are just 11. The tracks may be dwindling, but to those involved flapping remains an obsession and Highgate is at the centre of these dogmen's lives.

At Highgate, 'Tricky' Russ is in charge and as proprietor is all powerful in this unregulated world. But financially, the track is in trouble and his son shows no interest in entering the family business. In step the track's landlords who have regretted their decision to lease the track and are now determined to restore it to its former glory.

SUN 00:45 Can Dogs Smell Cancer? (b0074rtr)
Documentary concerning the first in-depth look at dogs' ability to detect cancer in humans. The programme reveals the results of three astonishing scientific trials exploring dogs' sniffing abilities and includes the first-ever footage of a pet dog spontaneously alerting its owner to a potential cancer.

SUN 01:45 The Secret Life of the Motorway (b007x58q)
[Repeat of broadcast at 19:00 today]

SUN 02:45 The Flapping Track (b00c5143)
[Repeat of broadcast at 23:35 today]


MON 19:00 World News Today (b00c814b)
The latest news from around the world.

MON 19:30 Living with Modernism (b0074sm0)
Episode 6

Simon Davies presents a series looking at modernist homes in the UK and the people who live in them. Capel Manor in Kent is a classic steel and glass Miesian pavilion from the late sixties which sits on the foundations of a Victorian mansion. Originally built as a weekend retreat for MP John Howard, it is now shared by TV entrepreneurs Gavin Hay and Remy Blumenfeld.

MON 20:00 Windrush (b0074ksb)

Four-part historical documentary series tracing the changes to British national life brought about by the first major influx of people from the Caribbean on the troopship Empire Windrush. This part follows the initial warm reception, the growing sense of rejection and isolation, and the first flash point of racial intolerance in Britain.

MON 21:00 The Life of Mammals (b00c814d)
Return to the Water

From the roughest seas to the crystal clear waters of the Florida springs, David Attenborough swims with sea otters and dives with manatees, as he follows those mammals who, millions of years ago, left dry land and returned to the water to feed.

Attenborough races across the Pacific Ocean to find the largest mammal that has ever lived on this planet, the blue whale. As David says, 'nothing like that can grow on land because no bone is strong enough to support such bulk. Only in the sea can you get such huge size as this magnificent creature'. He also bounces through the waves off New Zealand to witness an enormous pod of high-speed dolphins pursuing their fish dinner.

Although some marine mammals like seals and sea lions still come ashore to breed, all porpoises, dolphins and whales have evolved to court, mate and give birth in the water. Indeed the sight of humpback whales mating is truly amazing, with the males wielding the longest penis in the animal kingdom - 12 feet long - and so highly mobile that it can seek out the female genital opening as she swims alongside.

MON 22:00 Marilyn (b00c814g)
B movie-style tale of lust, greed and murder involving a handsome drifter, a housewife and an unsuspecting husband.

MON 23:05 British B Movies: Truly, Madly, Cheaply (b00c7ytb)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:05 on Saturday]

MON 00:35 Jews (b00c50tc)
The Prisoner

Documentary series giving an unprecedented insight into Jewish life in Britain today. It begins with the story of ultra-orthodox Hasidic Jew Samuel Leibowitz, who has multiple convictions for international drug-smuggling. Filmmaker Vanessa Engle follows him as he comes out of prison and returns to his community, documenting his re-entry into ultra-orthodox life to discover whether he can overcome his transgressions and live once again as an observant Hasidic Jew.

MON 01:35 Storyville (b00bwsfc)
The Biggest Chinese Restaurant in the World


Four part series looking at China's largest restaurant looks at what it takes to run a successful restaurant business in China. It introduces us to the energetic owner, Qin Linzi, her highly capable general manager and the army of waiters, chefs, managers and staff who keep everything running smoothly. The chefs' skills are put to the test in a competition to prepare snake and cook 'Fried Live Fish' and Qin is seen improving the restaurant's signature tofu dish. Communism and commerce go hand in hand as Qin's party connections are revealed to have been integral to her success.

MON 02:05 Living with Modernism (b0074sm0)
[Repeat of broadcast at 19:30 today]

MON 02:35 British B Movies: Truly, Madly, Cheaply (b00c7ytb)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:05 on Saturday]


TUE 19:00 World News Today (b00c81j1)
The latest news from around the world.

TUE 19:30 Pop Go the Sixties (b008d00q)
Series 1

Tony Bennett

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

TUE 19:35 Batman (b00cb5p8)
Series 2

The Contaminated Cowl

Adventures with the Caped Crusaders. Posing as the Three-Tailed Pasha of Panchagorum, the Mad Hatter heists Hattie Hatfield's valuable ruby. The Hatter's radioactive fumes turn Batman's cowl a contaminated pink and the Dynamic Duo are locked inside an x-ray accelerator tube and fluoroscopic cabinet.

TUE 20:00 Windrush (b0074ktc)

Documentary series tracing the changes brought about since the first major influx of people from the Caribbean to Britain. The 1959 Notting Hill riots saw the murder of Kelso Cochrane, the first acknowledged racial killing in Britain. But the story is not all bleak. Against increasing racial division came the black churches, the growth of communities and the beginning of the fight to be recognised.

TUE 21:00 What Happened Next? (b00c8nl5)
The Rugby Club

Series which finds out what happened to people featured in past BBC documentaries. In 1997 a series charted the highs and lows of Bath Rugby Football Club at it moved from the amateur to the professional era. At the start of their first pro season Bath were at the top of their game, but as the year went on cracks began to appear. Ten years on, there's a look back at the series and we discover the long-term impact of professionalism on the game and on the players who went through the transition.

TUE 22:00 The Armstrong and Miller Show (b0084lz5)
Series 1

Episode 1

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

TUE 22:30 Reichenbach Falls (b0074tgn)
Drama based on a short story by Ian Rankin. DI Jim Buchan is a cop on the edge. When a 100-year-old body is discovered beneath the streets of Edinburgh, his investigation takes him on a parallel journey into the dark Jekyll and Hyde underworld of the Scottish capital's literary past.

TUE 23:50 The Twenties in Colour: The Wonderful World of Albert Kahn (b0087g3j)
The Twenties in Colour

Europe: After the Fire

Series examining Albert Kahn's ambitious 'Archives of the Planet' project, in which he sent photographers, armed with the world's first user-friendly colour photographic system, around the world to document all aspects of human life. When the Armistice was signed in November 1918, Kahn's team photographed the scenes of jubilation in Paris. Their cameras also witnessed the negotiations at the Paris Peace Conference and recorded the horrifying aftermath of four years of war.

TUE 00:50 Storyville (b00byh5y)
The Biggest Chinese Restaurant in the World

A Good Match

Four-part series looking at China's largest restaurant features the wedding between a wealthy property developer and his beautiful bride and examines attitudes towards marriage in contemporary China. For the new moneyed classes, old traditions have come into fashion and the wedding is a colourful carnival of Western traditions and ancient Chinese rituals.

TUE 01:20 Reichenbach Falls (b0074tgn)
[Repeat of broadcast at 22:30 today]

TUE 02:40 What Happened Next? (b00c8nl5)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:00 today]


WED 19:00 World News Today (b00c81yx)
The latest news from around the world.

WED 19:30 Pop Go the Sixties (b008fgsd)
Series 1

The Tremeloes

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

WED 19:35 Batman (b00cb5qp)
Series 2

The Mad Hatter Runs a Foul

Caped Crusading action. The Dynamic Duo have been skeletonised by X-Ray. Is this the end?

WED 20:00 Windrush (b0074kv9)
A New Generation

Documentary series tracing the changes brought about since the first major influx of people from the Caribbean to Britain. Focusing on the education of black children, their search for an identity through their music and lifestyle, and the tragedy of the New Cross house fire in 1981.

WED 21:00 Jews (b00c81yz)
The Next Generation

Documentary series giving an unprecedented insight into Jewish life in Britain today. This edition looks at the psychological inheritance of the Holocaust. It may have taken place over half a century ago, but the children of refugees and survivors still find themselves carrying the inherited trauma from the past in their everyday lives. A reflection on the second generation experience which explores how the past informs the present and how history lives on inside our heads.

WED 22:00 Open Hearts (b00c81z1)
A man is hit by a car on the day after his girlfriend agrees to marry him. While he is left paralysed from the waist down, his girlfriend falls in love with the husband of the woman who was driving the car.

WED 23:45 What Happened Next? (b00c8nl5)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:00 on Tuesday]

WED 00:45 Jews (b00c81yz)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:00 today]

WED 01:45 Storyville (b00c13z5)
The Biggest Chinese Restaurant in the World

Family Duties

Four-part series looking at China's largest restaurant explores the strong sense of duty implicit in family relationships in China. It show how waitress Peng has sacrificed her own education to support her sister's studies. The restaurant is also busy preparing for a 70th birthday banquet for Sun and her family, including special dishes such as steamed longevity buns and stir-fried turtle. Through her story, this episode explores China's painful past and the extreme hardship faced by many families. The owner, Qin Linzi, discusses her own difficult childhood and introduces us to her daughter, who has led a privileged life.

WED 02:15 Storyville (b00c50p9)
The Biggest Chinese Restaurant in the World

Bright Future

Series about China's largest restaurant looks to the future with a banquet for a new baby and the anniversary show organised by the West Lake to celebrate its third year. Managers, chefs and waiting staff take to the stage in an all-singing, all-dancing extravaganza rounded off with a star turn by the owner, Qin Linzi. The restaurant addresses the high rate of staff turnover and gives the waiting staff a pay rise, while Qin discusses how important it is for her to drink with her customers.

WED 02:45 Jews (b00c81yz)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:00 today]


THU 19:00 World News Today (b00c82bn)
The latest news from around the world.

THU 19:30 Terry Jones' Medieval Lives (b0078p7z)
The Damsel

Monty Python star and medieval enthusiast, Terry Jones, takes us on a tour of the Middle Ages, destroying old myths and discovering extraordinary stories of real people. A look at the world of the medieval damsel; not the shy, demure creatures we imagine today but strong independent women who ran businesses, led armies and, when they felt like it, even abducted the lovers of their choice.

THU 20:00 Windrush (b0074kvz)
A British Story

Documentary series tracing the changes brought about since the first major influx of people from the Caribbean to Britain. The 1990s saw the emergence of a new black British identity, with black peers in the House of Lords and black celebrities in sport, entertainment and broadcasting.

THU 21:00 Quincy Jones: The Many Lives of Q (b00c18jl)
From the Jazz Age to Hollywood - 1933-1974

In a career spanning six decades, American jazz musician, composer, arranger, record producer and entrepreneur Quincy Jones has won more Grammy awards than any other artist. His list of other honours includes an Emmy for his work on the seminal American television series Roots and an Oscar for his humanitarian work.

This two-part documentary celebrates the life and career of the man who helped make Michael Jackson the king of pop, arranged Frank Sinatra's Fly Me To The Moon, wrote the score for The Italian Job, produced the world's top selling album and single and helped launch the careers of Oprah Winfrey and Will Smith.

At the heart of both films is a wide-ranging interview with Quincy himself, in which he talks candidly about his work and personal life, covering the highs and lows, the triumphs and the tragedies. Family, friends and stars from the music and film industries provide an insight into the man and his unique genius. Both programmes feature archive illustrating the key stages in Quincy's life, including previously unseen home movies and studio footage from his personal archive.

This first part, From the Jazz Age to Hollywood: 1933-1974, spans Quincy's childhood in Chicago, reveals how he discovered music almost by chance and features his first professional engagement at the age of 18, playing trumpet in the Lionel Hampton band. It also charts his Hollywood career writing music for some of the most iconic films of the 1970s and concludes with his life-threatening brain aneurysm.

Contributors include Quincy himself, brother Richard, Harry Belafonte, Michel Legrand, Herbie Hancock, Michael Caine, jazz photographer Herman Leonard, children Martina and Quincy Jones III and former wife Peggy Lipton, and there is footage of Frank Sinatra, Dinah Washington, Dizzy Gillespie, Count Basie and Ray Charles.

THU 22:00 Quincy Jones: The Many Lives of Q (b00c517s)
[Repeat of broadcast at 00:05 on Saturday]

THU 23:00 BBC Four Sessions (b0074sjm)
Bruce Springsteen with the Seeger Sessions Band

Series of unique concerts by musicians from around the world.

Bruce Springsteen makes a departure from his rock 'n' roll superstar persona, singing the songs made famous by Pete Seeger in the 1950s. Backed by a hootenanny-style 18-piece ensemble including horns, fiddles and accordion, he performs songs from his album We Shall Overcome: The Seeger Sessions.

THU 00:00 TV's Black Pioneers (b0074tln)
Documentary highlighting the experiences, trials and tribulations of the first generation of black African-Caribbean actors that worked in UK theatre, film and television during the 1950s, 60s and 70s. They recount their lives in the acting profession through personal testimony which is illustrated by the use of archive film and photography. Contributors include Cy Grant, Joan Hooley, George Harris, Mona Hammond, Rudolph Walker and Jim Pines.

THU 00:30 The Black 18th Century (b0074snr)
Documentary exploring the experience of the black population in 18th century Britain.

Political upheavals in parts of the British Empire led to the arrival of thousands of black people, many of whom settled in London. Through the works of artists such as Gainsborough, Hogarth and Zoffany, the film reveals how black people inhabited every stratum of British society, from the most privileged to the most severely dispossessed. Featuring interviews with historians Simon Schama and David Dabydeen.

THU 01:00 Quincy Jones: The Many Lives of Q (b00c18jl)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:00 today]

THU 02:00 Quincy Jones: The Many Lives of Q (b00c517s)
[Repeat of broadcast at 00:05 on Saturday]

THU 03:00 BBC Four Sessions (b0074sjm)
[Repeat of broadcast at 23:00 today]


FRI 19:00 World News Today (b00c8330)
The latest news from around the world.

FRI 19:30 A Seaside Parish (b0078pf4)
Series 1

Episode 5

Documentary series following Rev Christine Musser in her new Cornish parish. Christine goes out with the H.M Coastgaurd, but is interrupted with the news that a close friend has breast cancer. The Rame Peninsula Choir performs in one of her churches. Christine seeks out local historian, Arthur Bannister to investigate the case of the mysterious jellies.

FRI 20:00 La Fille du Regiment (b008l4g7)
Dawn French introduces, and plays a cameo role in, Donizetti's comic opera, The Daughter of the Regiment. Staged at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, it stars Natalie Dessay as the orphan Marie adopted by a regiment, Juan Diego Florez as the local boy Tonio who meets and falls in love with her, and Felicity Palmer as the Marquise de Berkenfield. The opera is famous for its virtuoso singing roles and in this production there are lots of laughs as well as high Cs.

FRI 22:20 Tales from the Front Room (b0074tkr)
Documentary in which a host of black British names share memories of their front parlour, a room kept pristine and only for strangers, and one of the colonial teachings which early West Indian immigrants brought back to the mother country.

Forced to live out of one room in their early years in Britain, the front room was an aspiration and, like the Sunday Best they'd arrived in, the room bestowed dignity and respectability. Viewed chronologically from 1948 to 2006 and using a mixture of interviews, archive footage and mood reconstructions, the film explores the experiences of an evolving private space, illuminating much of the British experience of the last half century.

FRI 23:20 Glastonbury (b00c8332)

Jimmy Cliff

Mark Radcliffe introduces the headlining set by Jamaican legend Jimmy Cliff from the Jazz World Stage, featuring his songs from The Harder They Come including Many Rivers To Cross and You Can Get It If You Really Want.

FRI 00:40 The Avengers (b0074s9g)
Series 5

Return of the Cybernauts

Classic 60s crime drama series. The deadly automatons are used to take revenge on Steed and Emma.

FRI 01:30 The Avengers (b0074sb3)
Series 5

Death's Door

Classic 1960s crime drama series. Deadly premonitions threaten an international conference.

FRI 02:20 La Fille du Regiment (b008l4g7)
[Repeat of broadcast at 20:00 today]

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A Seaside Parish 19:30 FRI (b0078pf4)

BBC Four Sessions 23:00 THU (b0074sjm)

BBC Four Sessions 03:00 THU (b0074sjm)

Batman 19:35 TUE (b00cb5p8)

Batman 19:35 WED (b00cb5qp)

British B Movies: Truly, Madly, Cheaply 21:05 SAT (b00c7ytb)

British B Movies: Truly, Madly, Cheaply 01:05 SAT (b00c7ytb)

British B Movies: Truly, Madly, Cheaply 22:05 SUN (b00c7ytb)

British B Movies: Truly, Madly, Cheaply 23:05 MON (b00c7ytb)

British B Movies: Truly, Madly, Cheaply 02:35 MON (b00c7ytb)

Can Dogs Smell Cancer? 00:45 SUN (b0074rtr)

Cover Girl Killer 21:00 SUN (b00c80dw)

Glastonbury 23:20 FRI (b00c8332)

Jews 00:35 MON (b00c50tc)

Jews 21:00 WED (b00c81yz)

Jews 00:45 WED (b00c81yz)

Jews 02:45 WED (b00c81yz)

La Fille du Regiment 20:00 FRI (b008l4g7)

La Fille du Regiment 02:20 FRI (b008l4g7)

Lazybones 20:00 SAT (b00786gj)

Living with Modernism 19:30 MON (b0074sm0)

Living with Modernism 02:05 MON (b0074sm0)

Marilyn 22:00 MON (b00c814g)

Open Hearts 22:00 WED (b00c81z1)

Pop Go the Sixties 19:30 TUE (b008d00q)

Pop Go the Sixties 19:30 WED (b008fgsd)

Psychomania 22:35 SAT (b007bfhr)

Quincy Jones: The Many Lives of Q 00:05 SAT (b00c517s)

Quincy Jones: The Many Lives of Q 02:35 SAT (b00c517s)

Quincy Jones: The Many Lives of Q 21:00 THU (b00c18jl)

Quincy Jones: The Many Lives of Q 22:00 THU (b00c517s)

Quincy Jones: The Many Lives of Q 01:00 THU (b00c18jl)

Quincy Jones: The Many Lives of Q 02:00 THU (b00c517s)

Reichenbach Falls 22:30 TUE (b0074tgn)

Reichenbach Falls 01:20 TUE (b0074tgn)

Storyville 01:35 MON (b00bwsfc)

Storyville 00:50 TUE (b00byh5y)

Storyville 01:45 WED (b00c13z5)

Storyville 02:15 WED (b00c50p9)

TV's Black Pioneers 00:00 THU (b0074tln)

Tales from the Front Room 22:20 FRI (b0074tkr)

Terry Jones' Medieval Lives 19:30 THU (b0078p7z)

The Armstrong and Miller Show 22:00 TUE (b0084lz5)

The Avengers 00:40 FRI (b0074s9g)

The Avengers 01:30 FRI (b0074sb3)

The Black 18th Century 00:30 THU (b0074snr)

The Black Rider 20:00 SUN (b00c80dt)

The Flapping Track 23:35 SUN (b00c5143)

The Flapping Track 02:45 SUN (b00c5143)

The Last Journey 19:00 SAT (b00c7yt6)

The Life of Mammals 21:00 MON (b00c814d)

The Secret Life of the Motorway 19:00 SUN (b007x58q)

The Secret Life of the Motorway 01:45 SUN (b007x58q)

The Twenties in Colour: The Wonderful World of Albert Kahn 23:50 TUE (b0087g3j)

What Happened Next? 21:00 TUE (b00c8nl5)

What Happened Next? 02:40 TUE (b00c8nl5)

What Happened Next? 23:45 WED (b00c8nl5)

Windrush 20:00 MON (b0074ksb)

Windrush 20:00 TUE (b0074ktc)

Windrush 20:00 WED (b0074kv9)

Windrush 20:00 THU (b0074kvz)

World News Today 19:00 MON (b00c814b)

World News Today 19:00 TUE (b00c81j1)

World News Today 19:00 WED (b00c81yx)

World News Today 19:00 THU (b00c82bn)

World News Today 19:00 FRI (b00c8330)