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Extraordinary Portraits
Art, Artist Amar Stewart explores his own heritage as he paints a portrait of powerlifter Karenjeet who summons the power of her ancestors to gain strength before she competes smashing through gender stereotypes in the Asian community and celebrating her Sikh faith.
00:50
 
Weather for the Week Ahead
Weather, Detailed weather forecast.
00:55
 
Joins BBC News
Special, BBC One joins the BBC s rolling news channel for a night of news.
01:00
 
Newsday
News Info, The latest international news from London and Singapore.
01:30
 
Newscast
News Info, Weekly political chat with Laura Kuenssberg Adam Fleming Katya Adler and Chris Mason.
02:00
 
BBC News
News Info, Twenty-four hours a day the latest national and international stories as they break.
02:30
 
The Interview
Aktuelles Thema, Henry Kissinger. For six decades Henry Kissinger has been a diplomat an adviser to American presidents and an ever-present influence in international affairs. James Naughtie talks to this powerful and often controversial man about a life that took him from a childhood in Nazi Germany through the doors of the Oval Office. They discuss the events Kissinger has witnessed the times he has lived through the development of his own thinking and the state of our disordered world today.
03:00
 
BBC News
News Info, Twenty-four hours a day the latest national and international stories as they break.
03:30
 
Our World
News Info, An exploration of news current affairs issues and events around the world and its impact on a global scale.
04:00
 
BBC News
News Info, Twenty-four hours a day the latest national and international stories as they break.
04:30
 
HARDtalk
News Info, Hard-hitting interviews with international political leaders corporate decision makers and entertainers.
05:00
 
BBC World News
News Info, A closer look at international news reported from London and BBC correspondents from around the world.
05:30
 
World Business Report
Bus. financial, The latest news from the business world with analysis and speculation straight from the world s leading financial centres.
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00:15
 
Aids: The Unheard Tapes
Health, The Aids Generation. London 1986. Four years after Aids first appeared in Britain and the death of Terry Higgins more gay men than ever are believed to be infected with HIV and the numbers receiving Aids diagnoses is rising. Amid increased calls from the gay community for a national public health strategy government action is still yet to be fully realised. Those arriving at hospitals with Aids receive variable care or even open hostility.
01:15
 
Lucy Worsley Investigates
History, Madness of King George. Lucy Worsley investigates how George s mental illness changed Britain. She uncovers Royal papers and explores how the attempt on his life by a mentally ill subject changed psychiatry forever.
02:15
 
Between the Covers
Books literature, Sara is joined by comedians Jo Brand and Darren Harriott and actors Nina Wadia and Neil Morrissey. They share their favourite books and review this week s two book club choices: the new book pick Lessons in Love Marriage by Monica Ali and the fourth in a selection from the BBC s Big Jubilee Read celebrating authors from across the Commonwealth: The Handmaid s Tale by Canadian author Margaret Atwood.
02:45
 
My Unique B B
Home improvement, David Sue and Katie s Treehouse. Simon and his team head to Taunton in Somerset on an enchanted journey to meet David Sue and daughter Katie a family obsessed with fairies and all things magical.
03:15
 
This Is BBC TWO
Special, A preview of upcoming programmes from BBC Two.
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00:50
 
Big Proud Party Agency
Reality, Best friends Libby and Jess from Southampton want to arrange an unforgettable 18th birthday party for identical twins Holly and Charlotte who are Libby s younger sisters. Despite having already turned 18 the pandemic meant the twins never got to celebrate in the proper style so the girls are hoping the Big proud Party Agency can put things right.
01:20
 
Big Proud Party Agency
Reality, Best friends Levi and Beth from Cardiff want to organise a class prom for their musical theatre year group who graduated without the normal celebrations due to Covid restrictions. They want the event to centre around leading light Geraint aka Queen G who has become noticeably introverted after a homophobic attack left him fearing for his life.
01:50
 
Queen of Trucks
Special, Trucking is big business. Cashing in on the boom is HGV driving school owner Shannan Paterson. She is on a mission to shake up the haulage scene and get more young drivers on the road. With an intense crash course learners can bag their licence within five days and earn good money. Fun-loving Shannan is in the fast lane for success and has huge plans to supersize the business to keep up with demand.
02:20
 
Scam City: Money Mayhem and Maseratis
Documentary, Free Cash. Journalist Mobeen Azhar investigates the story of Gurvin Singh a 20-year-old medical student who one evening near Christmas decided to hand out free cash to unsuspecting strangers in Plymouth town centre. He told the local paper that he was giving back to the community having made thousands of pounds through forex trading. But weeks later rumours were rife that Gurvin s trading claims were a scam.
03:00
 
Scam City: Money Mayhem and Maseratis
Documentary, Blocked. Having tried to make contact with Mr Gurvz as he s known online Mobeen is blocked from his social media accounts and forced to turn to more traditional methods in hunting him down. On the other side of the city a tip-off leads him to a South London community group who were also involved in a forex investment.
03:30
 
People Just Do Nothing
Comedyshow, New Friends. Beats new friend Darren causes friction at the station. Miche surprises Roche with an impromptu baby shower but when conversation turns to the wedding a few home truths begin to reveal themselves. Chabuddy decides to turn his bar into a restaurant and employs a very cheap new member of staff.
04:00
 
This is BBC Three
Special, This is BBC Three. Programmes start at 7.00pm.
05:30
 
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Special, This is BBC Three. Programmes start at 7.00pm.
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00:30
 
Life Cinematic
Entertainment, Sam Taylor Johnson. British director Sam Taylor-Johnson reveals the films that have influenced her life and career. Her choices range from classics One Flew Over The Cuckoo s Nest to modern blockbusters including The Talented Mr. Ripley Brokebqck Mountain and Claire Denis French masterpiece Beau Travail . Sam also provides insight into the making of her most recent movie A Million Little Pieces and reflects on her early introduction to cinema.
01:30
 
Age of the Image
Art, Seductive Dreams. James Fox tells the story of how in the second half of the twentieth century artists advertisers and filmmakers used the power of images to sell us dreams. From the influence of Kodak on our family photos to psychologists persuading us what to buy he explores how images seduced us with fantasies of a better life.
02:30
 
Royal History s Biggest Fibs with Lucy Worsley
Documentary, George VI. The Regency is thought of as genteel and well-ordered: beautiful buildings Jane Austen s romances and red-coated officers defeating Napoleon at Waterloo. Lucy Worsley digs behind the facade of Georgian elegance to reveal the fibs that helped conceal a darker side to the Regency and suppress rebellion in an age of revolution.
03:30
 
This Is BBC Four
Special, BBC FOUR is the BBC channel for people who want more. More depth more range more to stimulate the mind.
05:30
 
This Is BBC Four
Special, BBC FOUR is the BBC channel for people who want more. More depth more range more to stimulate the mind.
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06:00
 
Breakfast
News Info, The BBC s Breakfast programme features the latest news sport business weather and other items on a daily basis.
09:15
 
Morning Live
News Info, Sara Cox and Gethin Jones present a mix of topical chat and expert advice.
10:00
 
Frontline Fightback
Documentary, An ex-boyfriend throws acid into a young woman s face then uses a series of disguises in an attempt to throw police off the scent. But number plate recognition cameras help prove he was in the area and responsible for the horrifying attack. Meanwhile a new online system is set up in Cumbria enabling witnesses and victims of crime to upload video evidence and send it direct to the police.
10:45
 
Expert Witness
Crime, Pollen in a Field and Fibres in a Car Crash. When smouldering human remains are found in a field in Hertfordshire a policeman s hunch and a diligent expert witness help catch the killers. Not every expert witness starts their career expecting to use their specialist knowledge to crack serious crime. The expert witness in this case began her working life recording pollen samples on archeological digs. But she then found herself central to an investigation into a brutal murder committed by a gang of criminals. With constant advances in science the evidence expert witnesses provide is increasingly important in the pursuit of justice. But finding such evidence is never easy. It takes time patience and a calm head. Some of the toughest cases for an expert witness involve proving responsibility in major traffic collisions. The chaos created during a high speed crash can make finding reliable DNA fingerprints or fibres impossible.
11:15
 
Homes Under the Hammer
House garden, Martin is in Needham Market just outside Ipswich to see a characterful 16th-century cottage. He also visits Newport in Wales to see the end result of a large development. Meanwhile Dion is in Stoke to see a two-bedroom mid terrace.
06:15
 
Frontline Fightback
Documentary, A massive gas explosion rips through a small town causing widespread damage. Eighty people are injured in the blast and nearly 100 are evacuated from their homes. Investigators use the latest forensic and digital search techniques to uncover the truth that the explosion was part of an attempted £50 000 insurance scam. Also a mum turns to social media to appeal for help after her son s motorbike is stolen from a car park in broad daylight.
07:00
 
Homes Under the Hammer
House garden, Terraces in Plaistow in London and Porth in Wales along with a three bedroom detached house in Crystal Palace in London are bought at online auctions by developers who have ambitious plans to add value to their investments.
08:00
 
The Airport: Back in the Skies
Travel, It s early November and Heathrow s most lucrative US routes are opening up to double-vaccinated passengers. Out on the apron excitement is in the air as two aircraft prepare for a historic dual take-off. After an 18-month wait the airport is bustling as anxious families wait to board flights. Jeremy joins Virgin flight manager Emma as she prepares a busy flight and finds it s not just the passengers who are feeling emotional.
08:30
 
Extraordinary Portraits
Art, Charlotte Banfield has cerebral palsy and autism. Bullied at school and once afraid to leave the house she is now an adaptive surfer. Her match is Bella Kotak a fine-art fashion and portrait photographer who is inspired by fairy tales and nature. Can Bella transform this shy surf champion who was once afraid of water into the main character of her own fairy tale
09:00
 
BBC News
News Info, Twenty-four hours a day the latest national and international stories as they break.
10:00
 
BBC News
News Info, Twenty-four hours a day the latest national and international stories as they break.
11:45
 
Politics UK
News Info, Highlights of the week s proceedings at Westminster and the regional governments.
09:30
 
This is BBC Three 2
Special, This is BBC Three. Programmes start at 7.00pm.
06:30
 
This Is BBC Four
Special, BBC FOUR is the BBC channel for people who want more. More depth more range more to stimulate the mind.
10:30
 
This Is BBC Four
Special, BBC FOUR is the BBC channel for people who want more. More depth more range more to stimulate the mind.
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12:15
 
Bargain Hunt
Unterhaltungsshow, Hele 13. Natasha Raskin Sharp experts Danny Sebastian and John Cameron and the teams go antique-hunting in Hele before heading to Honiton for today s auction. Natasha asks the public of Exeter about a unique mystery item.
13:00
 
BBC News at One
News Info, The latest national and international news followed by weather.
13:30
 
BBC London
News Info, News sport and weather from London.
13:45
 
Live: Wimbledon Tennis
Tennis, Semi-Finals. Sue Barker and an array of tennis experts introduce the eagerly awaited thrills and spills of the men s semi-finals with the last four determined to claim a place in Sunday s final.
12:30
 
Live: Wimbledon Tennis
Tennis, Men s Semi-Finals. The four contenders left in the men s competition gear up for the semi-finals with a place in Sunday s final the prize. Introduced by Sue Barker and Isa Guha.
13:30
 
This is BBC Three
Special, This is BBC Three. Programmes start at 7.00pm.
14:30
 
This Is BBC Four
Special, BBC FOUR is the BBC channel for people who want more. More depth more range more to stimulate the mind.
19:00
 
BBC News at Six
News Info, The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team followed by weather.
19:20
 
BBC London
News Info, News sport and weather from London.
19:45
 
Live: UEFA European Women s Championship
Soccer, Group B: Germany v Denmark. Alex Scott presents live Euro 2022 coverage from the Brentford Community Stadium as Germany who ve won the tournament eight times previously face Denmark in their opening Group B match. Former England forward Kelly Smith and former French defender Laura Georges are the guest pundits and commentary comes from Vicki Sparks and Scott Booth.
16:45
 
Live: UEFA European Women s Championship
Soccer, Group B: Spain v Finland. Eilidh Barbour presents live Euro 2022 coverage from Stadium MK in Milton Keynes as Spain take on Finland in their opening Group B match. Anita Asante and Spanish midfielder Vicky Losada are the guest pundits and commentary comes from Mark Scott and Lucy Ward.
19:00
 
Live: Wimbledon Tennis
Tennis, Men s Semi-Finals. Further coverage of the men s semi-finals.
18:58
 
This is BBC Three
Special, This is BBC Three. Programmes start at 7.00pm.
19:00
 
Top Gear
Auto, Chris Harris and a Bugatti Chiron attempt to cross the Arabian Peninsula faster than Matt LeBlanc and a roster of money-no-object transport solutions. Back in Britain Rory Reid constructs a life-size arcade game to test the Renault Twingo GT.
19:58
 
The Catch-Up
News Info, A round-up of the day s news.
18:30
 
This Is BBC Four
Special, BBC FOUR is the BBC channel for people who want more. More depth more range more to stimulate the mind.
18:58
 
This Is BBC Four
Special, BBC FOUR is the BBC channel for people who want more. More depth more range more to stimulate the mind.
19:00
 
... Sings Bacharach and David
Special, The BBC have raided their remarkable archive once more to reveal evocative performances from Burt Bacharach and Hal David s astonishing songbook. Love songs from the famous songwriting duo were a familiar feature of 1960s and 70s BBC entertainment programmes such as Dusty Cilla and The Cliff Richard Show but there are some surprises unearthed here too.
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22:00
 
BBC News at Ten
News Info, The latest national and international news with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide.
22:30
 
BBC London
News Info, News sport and weather from London.
22:40
 
Avoidance
Impro-Comedy, Jonathan worries he has no friends so makes the terrible decision to go for a night out with his boss Keith. Meanwhile Dan starts to reconsider having children.
23:10
 
Bump
Comedyshow, Just Kids. While Reema and Vince and the rest of the gang enjoy a big night out Oly and Santi are stuck at home in a most unglamorous situation.
23:40
 
Bump
Comedyshow, AITA. Oly needs to get to the bottom of an issue with Santi and is given advice prompted by Angie s guilt.
20:00
 
Today at Wimbledon
Tennis, Day 12. The highlights and talking points from the men s semi-finals analysed by Clare Balding and her expert panel plus a preview of Saturday afternoon s women s singles final.
21:00
 
A Life in Ten Pictures
Documentary, Elizabeth Taylor. Elizabeth Taylor s image is known around the world she was one of the most famous women in Hollywood. Just a handful of photos uncover new truths about the star.
22:00
 
Live at the Apollo
Standup, Liverpudlian comedian Chris McCausland welcomes comedians Sophie Duker and Emmanuel Sonubi to the stage.
22:30
 
Newsnight
News Info, The day s important national and international news stories. With Christian Fraser.
23:00
 
BBC Weather
Weather, The latest weather forecast.
23:05
 
Miriam Margolyes: Almost Australian
Documentary, The Australian Dream. As a child the Australia that won Miriam s heart was a sunny optimistic place where there was opportunity for everyone to work hard succeed and live. But now Miriam wants to know if there really is such a thing as the Australian Dream today.
20:00
 
Eating with My Ex
Documentary, Celebrity Specials. Break ups are hard but they re even harder when you re a celebrity. Drag Race star Tia Kofi goes on a soul search with her university ex Hugh to explore why they didn t work out. Hollyoaks actor Malique Thompson-Dwyer does his best to reconcile with his ex Chloe.
20:30
 
Queen of Trucks
Special, Trucking is big business. Cashing in on the boom is HGV driving school owner Shannan Paterson. She is on a mission to shake up the haulage scene and get more young drivers on the road. With an intense crash course learners can bag their licence within five days and earn good money. Fun-loving Shannan is in the fast lane for success and has huge plans to supersize the business to keep up with demand.
21:00
 
Tartan Around with Lawrence Chaney
Documentary, Lawrence and their crew of celebrity friends drag queens and other Angelenos take a deep dive asking the question What makes Los Angeles so special and Where can I find a good taco
21:20
 
Tartan Around with Lawrence Chaney
Documentary, Lawrence and Heidi N Closet set out to find the car of their dreams at a luxury car showroom. Versa Manos takes Lawrence and Heidi through her collection of fabulous vehicles.
21:40
 
Tartan Around with Lawrence Chaney
Documentary, Lawrence explores a new career with social media star Brittany Broski. Brittany hires Lawrence as her assistant to see if she can keep up with the Los Angeles lifestyle.
22:00
 
Tartan Around with Lawrence Chaney
Documentary, Lawrence goes house hunting with real estate expert Tracy Tutor. The two explore a beautiful mansion in the Hancock Park neighbourhood of Los Angeles.
22:15
 
Tartan Around with Lawrence Chaney
Documentary, Lawrence hits the beach with Eureka O Hara. After doing some calming centring yoga on the beach the two discuss the perks and challenges of being a plus-sized queen.
22:35
 
Tartan Around with Lawrence Chaney
Documentary, Lawrence and Rock M Sakura get in touch with their spiritual sides at a metaphysical supply store where they learn about crystals.
22:50
 
Tartan Around with Lawrence Chaney
Documentary, Lawrence and Rock M Sakura explore LA s self care industry with cryotherapy and Lawrence stops by a plastic surgeon s office to ask some questions.
23:05
 
Tartan Around with Lawrence Chaney
Documentary, Lawrence pays a surprise visit to music producer Leland who wrote the smash hit UK Hun for RuPaul s Drag Race UK . Leland teaches Lawrence how to play UK Hun on the piano.
23:25
 
Sliding Doors
Comedyshow, A love story exploring the nature of fate destiny and self-determination in which a young woman s future is affected by a two-second delay. When an ad agency worker loses her job and returns home early to find her boyfriend in bed with his ex she leaves him and embarks on a new life. In an alternative reality she misses her train arriving a few minutes too late and remaining with him oblivious to his infidelity.
20:00
 
Top of the Pops
Music, 11 March 1993. Tony Dortie presents the pop chart programme first broadcast on 11 March 1993 and featuring Sister Sledge Iron Maiden Shaggy Shabba Ranks Bryan Ferry Jamiroquai P.M. Dawn Cliff Richard and 2 Unlimited.
20:30
 
Top of the Pops
Music, 18 March 1993. Mark Franklin presents the pop chart programme first broadcast on 18 March 1993 and featuring Hue and Cry Snow Right Said Fred Therapy Big Country The Grid Monie Love and Shaggy.
21:00
 
Depeche Mode at the BBC
Special, A look at the journey of one of the UK s longest-lasting and most successful bands who emerged from the UK s post-punk scene featuring clips from various BBC programmes archive testimony and recent interviews with core band members.
22:00
 
6 Music Festival
Music, 2017: Depeche Mode. With the release of their new album Spirit Depeche Mode return to the stage for BBC Radio 6 Music Festival before they embark on a world tour. Depeche Mode who formed in 1980 in Basildon Essex have not played at the 2 000-capacity Barrowland Ballroom in Glasgow for more than 30 years when they performed as part of their Some Great Reward tour. Now back at the historic Barrowland their amazing return as part of 6 Music Festival is captured.
23:00
 
Synth Britannia
Special, Documentary about a generation of post-punk musicians who took the synthesiser from the experimental fringes to the centre of the pop stage. Following Human League Daniel Miller and Cabaret Volatire the crossover moment came in 1979 when Gary Numan s appearance on TOTP heralded the arrival of synthpop. Depeche Mode Ultravox Soft Cell OMD and Yazoo took the synth into the mainstream.
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