Radio-Lists Home Now on BBC 4

RADIO-LISTS: BBC FOUR
Unofficial Weekly Listings for BBC 4 — supported by bbc.co.uk/programmes/



SATURDAY 05 JULY 2008

SAT 19:00 We Dive at Dawn (b007896l)
World War II drama about a mission to hunt and destroy a dangerous German battleship in the Baltic, which goes wrong when the British submarine Sea Tiger runs short on fuel. A crew member with a flair for the German language is forced to disembark on an enemy-occupied Danish island.


SAT 20:30 War Stories (b0074sgs)
Uncovering forgotten gems like Frieda and revisiting classics like Ice Cold in Alex, an exploration into how war films have changed with the times. They were a tool of government propaganda during WW2, and while the blockbusters of the 1950s were part of national nostalgia, today they have been rediscovered and become celebrated icons of British culture.


SAT 22:35 The First of the Few (b00cgtr4)
Biopic that chronicles the true story of how two of the most remarkable men in aviation history - visionary Spitfire designer RJ Mitchell and his test pilot Geoffrey Crisp - designed a streamlined monoplane that led to the development of the Spitfire.


SAT 00:30 BBC Four Sessions (b00byjjd)
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds

Series of unique concerts featuring musicians from around the world at St Luke's in London. Nick Cave and his band perform a set drawn from their latest album Dig!!! Lazarus Dig!!! and a 20-year repertoire including The Mercy Seat, Red Righ Hand and Deanna.

By turns menacing and hilarious, Cave comes on stage like a Southern preacher in the festooned, converted church and soon has the appreciative crowd hanging off his every word, while the Bad Seeds are at the top of their game behind him.


SAT 01:30 War Stories (b0074sgs)
[Repeat of broadcast at 20:30 today]



SUNDAY 06 JULY 2008

SUN 19:00 The Secret Life of the Motorway (b007xmdn)
The End of the Affair

When the first motorways opened they did so to national celebration. But after the first 1,000 miles had been built, their impact on both town and country was becoming apparent and people started to protest.

Middle England rose up and disrupted public inquiries to voice their frustration at motorway building, but it continued and over time the frustration gave way to concerns about saving the planet. In the early 1990s that meant young people willing to risk everything to stop the motorways being built. The programme shows how people began to question the promises made by the motorway, and along the way found their voice of protest.


SUN 20:00 Sunday Schools: Reading, Writing and Redemption (b00ccffw)
Documentary investigating the radical impact Sunday schools have had on British society. Their early pioneers upset local bigwigs and the state by teaching the lower orders to read. By Victorian times, huge numbers attended the schools and they even gave birth to major football clubs. In the twentieth century they still had a rich influence on the personal lives of people like Patricia Routledge, Roy Hattersley and Anne Widdecombe. Huw Edwards discovers their forgotten history.


SUN 21:00 Ill Met by Moonlight (b0077h1j)
World War II adventure about British officers who plan with Cretan freedom fighters to kidnap a treacherous Nazi general and take him to Cairo. Their journey through dangerous mountain terrain is made more perilous by the presence of 20,000 German troops sent to track down the kidnappers.


SUN 22:40 War Stories (b0074sgs)
[Repeat of broadcast at 20:30 on Saturday]


SUN 00:40 Sunday Schools: Reading, Writing and Redemption (b00ccffw)
[Repeat of broadcast at 20:00 today]


SUN 01:40 The Secret Life of the Motorway (b007xmdn)
[Repeat of broadcast at 19:00 today]


SUN 02:40 War Stories (b0074sgs)
[Repeat of broadcast at 20:30 on Saturday]



MONDAY 07 JULY 2008

MON 19:00 World News Today (b00cgvqr)
The latest news from around the world.


MON 19:30 The Sky at Night (b00ch4p6)
Rise of the Phoenix

The NASA mission Phoenix has been on Mars a month and already there are images of the frozen ice caps, never before seen from a spacecraft on the Martian surface.

Dr Chris Lintott travels to Tucson, Arizona, from where the NASA Phoenix team are operating the lander. He finds out how the spacecraft is doing and reports on the latest discoveries from the red planet.


MON 20:00 The Life of Mammals (b007c1rd)
Social Climbers

In the penultimate episode, David Attenborough looks at monkeys. This group started its life in the tree-tops and this is where we join the capuchin, whose acute vision and lively intelligence helps them find clams in the mangrove swamps of Costa Rica and crack them open on tree-anvils. The swamps are also full of biting insects, but the monkeys rub themselves with a special plant that repels them.

In the forests of South America, we see how different species of monkey can live alongside one another by having slightly different diets. The saki is a living nut-cracker, the spider monkey uses its tail to reach the ripest fruit and the pygmy marmoset is so small that even the outermost twigs of the canopy can support its weight as it stalks insects. David even meets an owl monkey, a shy and mysterious creature with huge eyes that feeds at night to avoid competition with the others.

Hanging from a rope high in the forest canopy of Venezuela, David watches the stunning red howler monkey as it uses excellent colour vision to pick the best leaves. Although colour vision evolved to detect leaves and ripe fruit, it allowed the monkeys to become the most colourful of all mammals. The scarlet face of a uakari is dazzling, the long moustache of the emperor tamarin is striking even from a distance, but the most beautiful colours are found on the guenons of west Africa that use intricate patterns on their faces to send social messages.

These guenons are under constant threat from eagles, leopards and chimps, but different types of guenon join forces with other monkeys. They travel together in an extraordinary anti-predator alliance based on shared vigilance and a remarkable degree of vocal communication.

But the most complex relationships to be found in the monkeys are between animals living in the same group. And the larger the group, the more individuals with good social skills will thrive. In Sri Lanka, we watch male toque macaques battle for mates and see how brain can triumph over brawn.

Ten million years ago, a change in climate allowed one group of African monkeys to move down from the trees and on to the grasslands. But living on the ground brought an increased risk from predators, forcing baboons to live in even larger groups - and this put an even greater emphasis on social skills. Life on the ground also opened up new hunting opportunities - the hapless flamingos of Kenya are now on the menu.

Several miles above the savannah, in the highlands of Ethiopia, we meet the monkeys that live in the largest groups of all - geladas. Groups of 800 drift across the high plains like herds of wildebeest. It is hard for so many animals to stay in contact by grooming, so these monkeys have another way of communicating - they chatter to each other using the most complex sounds made by any mammal yet studied, except for ourselves. So while monkeys in the treetops have rich and varied social lives, it is those that came down to the ground that developed the most complex and communicative societies of all - a fact not without significance for our own ancestry.


MON 21:00 Storyville (b00cjn33)
The Biggest Chinese Restaurant in the World

Compilation

Documentary which looks at what it takes to run a successful restaurant business in China. Owner Qin Linzi and her staff keep everything running smoothly, while the chefs' skills are put to the test in a competition. The restaurant prepares for a 70th birthday banquet. Qin Linzi discusses her difficult childhood and introduces her daughter, who has led a more privileged life. There's a banquet for a newborn baby and an anniversary show organised by the restaurant to celebrate its third year.


MON 22:00 Overlord (b00cjznj)
British wartime drama sprinkled with newsreel footage. Typical 18-year-old Tom (Brian Stirner) enters into military service early in 1944 and goes through the rigours of training and the tragic shock of his first battle on D-Day.


MON 23:20 Modern Times (b0077f6h)
Jewish Wedding

Series documenting aspects of the contemporary world. Michaela and Steve are planning a big Jewish wedding. However, for Steve to conform he must convert to the faith. This means big changes in his life, including learning Hebrew and a very delicate surgical procedure.


MON 00:10 Jews (b00ccf3c)
Keeping the Faith

Documentary series giving an unprecedented insight into Jewish life in Britain today tells the story of 52-year-old millionaire philanthropist Jonathan Faith. Former owner of high street chain Faith shoes, he retired from the business to devote himself to trying to reverse the decline in the observant Jewish population, which is currently a mere 270,000 people. He spends his fortune not on yachts, but on a mission to prevent religious Jews in Britain from becoming extinct.


MON 01:10 The Sky at Night (b00ch4p6)
[Repeat of broadcast at 19:30 today]


MON 01:40 Storyville (b00cjn33)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:00 today]


MON 02:40 Jews (b00ccf3c)
[Repeat of broadcast at 00:10 today]



TUESDAY 08 JULY 2008

TUE 19:00 World News Today (b00cgw80)
The latest news from around the world.


TUE 19:30 Pop Go the Sixties (b008791y)
Series 1

The Shadows

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


TUE 19:35 Batman (b00cjzj7)
Series 2

That Darn Catwoman

Adventures with the caped crusader. Robin is turned into an obnoxious teenager - could this be the end? Catwoman's aide, Pussycat, attacks him with cataphrenic, turning him to the Feline Fury's side of the law in a plot to buy plans for the Gotham City Mint. Batman tracks Catwoman to her hideout but is bound to a mousetrap with Robin cutting the rope.


TUE 20:00 Tiger - Spy in the Jungle (b009r259)
Episode 1

Elephants carrying Trunkcam, Tuskcam and other spy cameras tell the story of four cubs growing up in the Indian jungle.

From the day their eyes open and they tumble out of the den, Tiger - Spy in the Jungle captures the lives of four tiger cubs as they grow up alongside their devoted mother. The elephants continue to film the young stars as they grow into adult hunters. Over two years, the elephants help capture the most intimate portrayal of tigers ever filmed. They also reveal the secret life of the other extraordinary creatures of the Indian jungle.

In the first programme, the elephants come upon the four 10-day-old tiger cubs. This is their mother's first litter and she has her paws full as they tumble from the den, only to be carried back to safety in her massive jaws.

As they grow they move from her milk onto meat. Fortunately the tigress is a skilled hunter. Charger, their imposing father, keeps his distance but helps to protect his vulnerable offspring from rogue male tigers and leopards. As they grow, they face encounters with sloth bears, pythons and pangolins. Their mother keeps them safe, until one day the cubs are left home alone and their arch rival, an Indian leopard, is about.


TUE 21:00 What Happened Next? (b00cgw82)
They Steal Children Don't They

Series which finds out what happened to people featured in past BBC documentaries. In 1980 the BBC made a film about gypsies in East Anglia in an attempt to find out the reality behind the stereotypes. While some gypsies were prospering, relations with the wider public remained uncomfortable and ongoing problems with sites were threatening the entire gypsy way of life. A generation later, cameras return to the main family featured in the film to find out if they've become closer to mainstream Britain, and whether they're still fighting for their future.


TUE 22:00 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 22:30 Wide Sargasso Sea (b0074sy4)
Dramatisation of Jean Rhys's novel set in 19th-century Jamaica. The tragic story of the first Mrs Rochester from Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre centres on an arranged marriage between a white Creole heiress and a brooding Englishman, who fall in love only to be torn apart by rumours, paranoia and a cultural divide.


TUE 23:55 The Twenties in Colour: The Wonderful World of Albert Kahn (b008bycb)
The Twenties in Colour

Far East: Expeditions to Empires

Series examining Albert Kahn's Archives of the Planet project, in which he sent photographers around the world to document major events.

Between 1914 and 1928, Kahn sent some of his most talented photographers to the Far East. In Cambodia, Vietnam and Japan, they produced a compelling photographic record of economic and cultural life, subsistence industries, and ceremonial practices, and produced a fascinating portrait of the life of a wealthy Maharajah in India during the British Raj.


TUE 00:55 What Happened Next? (b00cgw82)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:00 today]


TUE 01:55 Wide Sargasso Sea (b0074sy4)
[Repeat of broadcast at 22:30 today]


TUE 03:20 What Happened Next? (b00cgw82)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:00 today]



WEDNESDAY 09 JULY 2008

WED 19:00 World News Today (b00cgxb9)
The latest news from around the world.


WED 19:30 Pop Go the Sixties (b008790l)
Series 1

The Moody Blues

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


WED 19:35 Batman (b00cjzvj)
Series 2

Scat, Darn Catwoman

Adventures with the caped crusaders. Catwoman has got her claws into Batman and seems to have turned the champion of justice into a vile villain.


WED 20:00 Tiger - Spy in the Jungle (b009v6nv)
Episode 2

Wildlife documentary. David Attenborough narrates the lives of four growing tiger cubs using footage collected by hidden-camera-carrying elephants.

The half-grown cubs are learning the hunting and fighting skills they will need as adults. Play-fighting erupts between them - it looks nasty, but their claws are never drawn. These bouts of boxing, caught on ele-cams, create an extraordinary spectacle.

Other jungle characters are filmed with logcams. Leopards are a real threat to the growing cubs while the deer make good hunting practice. The young tigers have huge appetites and their mother must hunt every day if she is to keep them fit.

When they are not eating, playing or fighting, the cubs sleep - and tigers love water, so a water hole is the perfect spot to cool off on a steaming day. The spy-cams also show that the jungle pools are a magnet for a whole array of forest animals, including wild boars and sloth bears.

The cubs are starting to behave as individuals and take personal hunting tuition from their mother. Then disaster strikes when both their parents are injured and a rogue male tiger puts in an appearance. They still have a lot to learn.


WED 21:00 Black Power Salute (b00cgxbc)
Film about one of the most iconic images of the 20th century, when the radical spirit of the Sixties upstaged the greatest sporting event in the world. Two men made a courageous gesture that reverberated around the world and changed their lives forever. There were a number of unforgettable performances at Mexico City Olympic Games and many world records were broken, but the enduring image from the 1968 Games was when African-American athletes Tommie Smith and John Carlos raised their gloved clenched fists in support of the Black Panther movement during the Star Spangled Banner, after receiving gold and bronze medals for the 200m sprint. They were subsequently banned from the Games for life. This documentary asks what inspired them to make their protest, why it carried such a powerful message and what happened to the unlikely revolutionaries following the Games.


WED 22:00 3 Iron (b00cgxbf)
Korean film drama. Tae-Suk is a drifter who breaks into empty houses, not to loot them but just to spend the night and do a bit of laundry. The game is up when he creeps into the house where Sun-Hwa cowers in fear of her violent husband. When the bully returns home and beats his wife, Tae-Suk takes revenge with the titular 3-Iron golf club and flees with Sun-Hwa.


WED 23:25 Not Cricket (b0074qcq)
The Basil D'Oliveira Conspiracy

With explosive new evidence this film tells the full story of the D'Oliveira scandal, explaining the critical political role that cricket played in bringing about the fall of apartheid in South Africa.

In 1968, Basil D'Oliveira, a brilliant 'coloured' cricketer from South Africa who had made his home in the UK, found himself at the centre of a row that rocked the English political and sporting establishment. Excluded from the England team to tour South Africa - apparently because of his race - the 'D'Oliveira Affair' led directly to the sporting isolation of South Africa, which became crucial in bringing about the fall of the apartheid system of white rule in South Africa.

Set against the backdrop of the tumultuous events of 1968, this documentary tells the story of Basil D'Oliveira and his betrayal by the English establishment, as D'Oliveira himself speaks out for the first time.


WED 00:45 Black Power Salute (b00cgxbc)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:00 today]


WED 01:45 What Happened Next? (b00cgw82)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:00 on Tuesday]


WED 02:45 Black Power Salute (b00cgxbc)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:00 today]



THURSDAY 10 JULY 2008

THU 19:00 World News Today (b00cgxk6)
The latest news from around the world.


THU 19:30 Born to Be Wild (b00cgxk8)
Bugs

Britain's green army of wildlife watchers are on the lookout for bugs. Believe it or not, there are many amateur naturalists who just love the little things in life. The great thing about studying creepy crawlies is that they are found everywhere, from back gardens to country lanes. One bug lover finds great delight in 2mm-long snails. Another has turned his whole garden into insect heaven. Yet another risks life and limb by going into a floating bog to find dragonflies. And one stalwart bug man is striving to bring back the bugs that keep our rivers alive.

Inspirational and heart-warming, this programme shows that even the least glamorous animals are essential to a healthy environment. And just taking the time to take a closer look reveals a hidden world of fascination and discovery.


THU 20:00 Tiger - Spy in the Jungle (b009x107)
Episode 3

The cubs are now a year and a half old and learning to be kings and queens of the jungle. Play is becoming increasingly aggressive as they edge towards independence. But the biggest challenge is learning to hunt for themselves - and their mother soon loses patience with her overgrown family and their hapless attempts at hunting.

One cub turns underwater cameraman when he discovers log-cam on the edge of a lake. Another tries tightrope walking across a flimsy branch. They're even starting to consider the elephants as possible playmates - especially as an elephant's tail to a tiger is like a piece of string to a kitten. There's a new arrival among the camera elephants and many new animal stars make their appearance - including an irresistible jackal family that has to cope when the tiger family invades their backyard, and a flock of peacocks that tease the tigers by playing a game of dare.

As the family of four mature into independent hunters their hidden power is revealed. Discovered by the elephant crew when they were just 10 days old, these cubs are now reaching the end of an incredible journey.

As David Attenborough says, this is "the most extraordinary portrait of tigers yet seen".


THU 21:00 Not Cricket (b00byf78)
The Captain and the Bookmaker

Documentary which lifts the lid on the new South Africa through the prism of sport, the international boycott of which had helped bring down the racist regime. It tells the story of Hansie Cronje, the iconic hero of South African cricket who, by taking bribes to fix international matches, betrayed the game supposed to embody the spirit of fair play.

Featuring interviews with Marlon Aronstam, one of the bookmakers who corrupted him, and with Cronje's boss and controversial coach, the late Bob Woolmer, filmed just weeks before his death, amid false rumours he was murdered by match fixers. Plus frank confessions from fellow test team-members, friends and mentors and most of the key opinion formers in South African cricket.


THU 22:00 Samuel Johnson Prize (b00cccyc)
2008

The Contenders

A look at the candidates for the prestigious non-fiction literary prize.


THU 23:00 BBC Four Sessions (b0074rp4)
Loudon Wainwright III

Series of unique concerts featuring musicians from around the world. Loudon Wainwright III plays tracks from his latest album Here Come The Choppers alongside such classics as One Man Guy and Hard Day on the Planet to an enthusiastic audience.

Footage shot during his recent British tour is at once hilarious and moving, revealing a complex and talented character who has spent decades turning everyday personal matters into public art.


THU 00:00 Born to Be Wild (b00cgxk8)
[Repeat of broadcast at 19:30 today]


THU 00:30 Not Cricket (b00byf78)
[Repeat of broadcast at 21:00 today]


THU 01:30 Samuel Johnson Prize (b00cccyc)
[Repeat of broadcast at 22:00 today]


THU 02:30 Born to Be Wild (b00cgxk8)
[Repeat of broadcast at 19:30 today]


THU 03:00 Samuel Johnson Prize (b00cccyc)
[Repeat of broadcast at 22:00 today]



FRIDAY 11 JULY 2008

FRI 19:00 World News Today (b00cgxtn)
The latest news from around the world.


FRI 19:30 A Seaside Parish (b0078pn5)
Series 1

Episode 7

Documentary series following Rev Christine Musser in her new Cornish parish. Husband Brett has an unusual Christmas present in store for Christine. She continues to surprise by performing a double baptism on a father and son, and the town prepares for a musical extravaganza.


FRI 20:00 We Want the Light: The Jews and German Music (b0074r0r)
Christopher Nupen's award-winning film investigates the fruitful but complex relationship between the Jews and German music, from Mendelssohn to Wagner. The heroine of the film is pianist Alice Sommer Herz, who played more than 100 concerts in the Theresienstadt camp and is convinced that it was music that kept her, and many others, alive in those unimaginable circumstances.


FRI 21:00 Only Yesterday: The Carpenters Story (b007cllb)
The Carpenters were one of the biggest selling pop artists of the 1970s, but what seemed on the surface as the perfect, wholesome brother and sister duo hid a destructive complex truth that was unknown to the world.

Featuring behind the scenes footage, interviews with brother Richard, family and friends, this documentary traces the story that ended in tragedy with sister Karen's untimely death aged just 32.


FRI 22:00 The Carpenters (b00cjn99)
1971 concert featuring the Carpenters performing Close to You, Help, Love is Surrender, Superstar, And When He Smiles, Rainy Days and Mondays, Sacre Bleu, A Bacharach and David Medley, For All We Know, Sometimes and We've Only Just Begun.


FRI 22:40 The Carpenters: A World of Music (b00cjn9c)
Karen and Richard Carpenter concluded their 1976 British tour with this specially-recorded programme. Songs include There's A Kind of Hush, I Need to be in Love, Close to You, Strike up the Band, Top of the World, Only Yesterday, I Won't Last a Day Without You, Hurting Each Other, Superstar, Goodbye to Love, We've Only Just Begun and Yesterday Once More.


FRI 23:25 The Avengers (b0074sck)
Series 5

Dead Man's Treasure

1960s crime drama series. While Steed rallies around, Mrs Peel drives for her life, racing to retrieve hidden information.


FRI 00:15 The Avengers (b007sng2)
Series 5

You Have Just Been Murdered

60s cult action series. A mock murder leads Steed and Emma to a gang of master blackmailers.


FRI 01:05 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.


FRI 02:05 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.


FRI 03:05 Jews (b00ccf3c)
[Repeat of broadcast at 00:10 on Monday]




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

3 Iron 22:00 WED (b00cgxbf)

A Seaside Parish 19:30 FRI (b0078pn5)

BBC Four Sessions 00:30 SAT (b00byjjd)

BBC Four Sessions 23:00 THU (b0074rp4)

Batman 19:35 TUE (b00cjzj7)

Batman 19:35 WED (b00cjzvj)

Black Power Salute 21:00 WED (b00cgxbc)

Black Power Salute 00:45 WED (b00cgxbc)

Black Power Salute 02:45 WED (b00cgxbc)

Born to Be Wild 19:30 THU (b00cgxk8)

Born to Be Wild 00:00 THU (b00cgxk8)

Born to Be Wild 02:30 THU (b00cgxk8)

Ill Met by Moonlight 21:00 SUN (b0077h1j)

Jews 00:10 MON (b00ccf3c)

Jews 02:40 MON (b00ccf3c)

Jews 01:05 FRI (b00c50tc)

Jews 02:05 FRI (b00c81yz)

Jews 03:05 FRI (b00ccf3c)

Modern Times 23:20 MON (b0077f6h)

Not Cricket 23:25 WED (b0074qcq)

Not Cricket 21:00 THU (b00byf78)

Not Cricket 00:30 THU (b00byf78)

Only Yesterday: The Carpenters Story 21:00 FRI (b007cllb)

Overlord 22:00 MON (b00cjznj)

Pop Go the Sixties 19:30 TUE (b008791y)

Pop Go the Sixties 19:30 WED (b008790l)

Samuel Johnson Prize 22:00 THU (b00cccyc)

Samuel Johnson Prize 01:30 THU (b00cccyc)

Samuel Johnson Prize 03:00 THU (b00cccyc)

Storyville 21:00 MON (b00cjn33)

Storyville 01:40 MON (b00cjn33)

Sunday Schools: Reading, Writing and Redemption 20:00 SUN (b00ccffw)

Sunday Schools: Reading, Writing and Redemption 00:40 SUN (b00ccffw)

The Armstrong and Miller Show 22:00 TUE (b0087fjz)

The Avengers 23:25 FRI (b0074sck)

The Avengers 00:15 FRI (b007sng2)

The Carpenters: A World of Music 22:40 FRI (b00cjn9c)

The Carpenters 22:00 FRI (b00cjn99)

The First of the Few 22:35 SAT (b00cgtr4)

The Life of Mammals 20:00 MON (b007c1rd)

The Secret Life of the Motorway 19:00 SUN (b007xmdn)

The Secret Life of the Motorway 01:40 SUN (b007xmdn)

The Sky at Night 19:30 MON (b00ch4p6)

The Sky at Night 01:10 MON (b00ch4p6)

The Twenties in Colour: The Wonderful World of Albert Kahn 23:55 TUE (b008bycb)

Tiger - Spy in the Jungle 20:00 TUE (b009r259)

Tiger - Spy in the Jungle 20:00 WED (b009v6nv)

Tiger - Spy in the Jungle 20:00 THU (b009x107)

War Stories 20:30 SAT (b0074sgs)

War Stories 01:30 SAT (b0074sgs)

War Stories 22:40 SUN (b0074sgs)

War Stories 02:40 SUN (b0074sgs)

We Dive at Dawn 19:00 SAT (b007896l)

We Want the Light: The Jews and German Music 20:00 FRI (b0074r0r)

What Happened Next? 21:00 TUE (b00cgw82)

What Happened Next? 00:55 TUE (b00cgw82)

What Happened Next? 03:20 TUE (b00cgw82)

What Happened Next? 01:45 WED (b00cgw82)

Wide Sargasso Sea 22:30 TUE (b0074sy4)

Wide Sargasso Sea 01:55 TUE (b0074sy4)

World News Today 19:00 MON (b00cgvqr)

World News Today 19:00 TUE (b00cgw80)

World News Today 19:00 WED (b00cgxb9)

World News Today 19:00 THU (b00cgxk6)

World News Today 19:00 FRI (b00cgxtn)