• Whodunit? Weekend

    Easter long weekend April 18 - 21

    Featuring iconic detectives, intriguing storylines and dramatic twists and turns, each day is dedicated to one of the all-time great British detective series – Inspector Morse, Touch of Frost, New Tricks and Midsomer Murders.


    Prepare for four days of suspense, murder and mystery with UKTV’s annual Whodunit? Weekend

  • Would I Lie To You

    Mondays at 9.30pm from March 17

    Find out if Bob Mortimer keeps a Didgeridoo in the tree outside his bedroom window and if young Jack Whitehall has hidden a girl under his bed.


    Join Rob Brydon and his horde of guests as they bluff about their deepest secrets.

  • Moone Boy - Series 1

    Mondays at 10.05pm from March 17

    This semi-autobiographical series is written by and stars Chris O’Dowd as the imaginary friend of 11 year old Martin, the youngest child in the large, loud Moone family. Headed by Martin’s sign writer father, who longs to be an artist, and his frazzled mother, this is a family with a lot of love where everyone tends to pull in different directions! Martin has a unique view of life, dealing with enterprising school bullies with the help of his imaginary friend, who also narrates his adventures. But while most boys would dream up a superhero sidekick, Martin’s pal is a man in his mid-30s with the most common name in Ireland!


    A warm family comedy about a young boy growing up in a chaotic household in late 1980s Ireland.

  • Episodes series 2

    Tuesdays at 9:30pm

    Sean and Beverly’s marriage has been blown apart by Beverly’s fling with Matt, and Matt’s friendship with Sean appears to be beyond salvage. But as their sitcom “Pucks!” is about to premiere, all three are forced to find a way to continue working together. As the series progresses, we are plunged deeper into the twisted world of making television. It’s a portrait gallery of megalomaniac network executives, surgically-enhanced actresses and naked stalkers who appear unexpectedly in your kitchen.


    The second series picks up four months after the end of the first

BBC Knowledge

  • Louis Theroux

    Thursdays at 9:30pm from April 3

    With its healthy blend of sympathy and tongue-incheek irreverence, Weird Weekends is a fascinating journey into some of the more bizarre aspects of human behaviour.


    Louis’ understanding and non-confrontational reporting style brings out the best and the worst in subjects

  • Who Do You Think You Are? Australia - Series 5

    Mondays at 8:30PM from April 7

    Taking us to all corners of Australia and the globe are eight stories of individuals seeking to find the definitive answer to where they came from. Along the way secrets are uncovered and histories revealed – we meet a fifteenth century Maltese medieval magnate and a seventeenth century British Royal Musician. We learn about harrowing tales of Australian nineteenth century mental asylums and child mortality, through to twentieth century Hungarian cold war politics and families separated by war and racism. We meet bushrangers, artists and soldiers. People who left their mark on Australia and their descendants


    Join Rove McManus, Asher Keddie and more Australian stars as they go in search of their family history

  • Toughest Places to Be...

    Tuesdays at 8:30pm from April 15

    Blending current affairs with human interest, Toughest Place to Be… is a popular documentary with serious points to make. The programme mixes factual entertainment, observational documentary and current affairs to create exciting, informative and emotional films.

    The series takes three ordinary British workers and asks them to clock on with local hosts in places wildly different to those they are used to – giving a dramatic insight into a completely alien culture and way of life.


    The hugely successful job swap format returns for a third run

  • Richard Hammond’s Miracles of Nature

    Mondays at 9:30PM from April 14

    Unfortunately for Hammond, that journey will involve diving to the bottom of the Pacific Ocean, driving a car pursued by geese, and leaping 500 metres off a South African cliff!


    In this groundbreaking new series, Richard Hammond reveals secret animal abilities from the natural world

  • Top Gear: Race The Stig

    Are you a contender? #contender #racethestig

    Dodge traffic, jump caravans and speed through famous Top Gear locations in an epic race that will push you to your limits as you go head-to-head with The Stig.

    The white coated Top Gear producers have challenged you to drive against Top Gear's very own tame racing driver.

    • Race in iconic vehicles from the TV show
    • Customize yourself with a wide selection of helmets
    • Soar over the traffic in the Rocket Robin or become invincible with the Indestructible Pickup
    • Show off your high scores and challenge your friends via Facebook and Twitter

    Think you've got what it takes to Race The Stig and win?


  • Nina and the Neurons

    Mondays at 5.45pm from April 7

    With the help of Nina’s five animated sense Neurons, they explain why the world around us looks like it does. How are mountains formed? Why do astronauts float in space? Why do we have night and day? These are just some of the questions Nina and her Neurons answer as they find out about planet Earth and the spectacular Solar System.


    Earth Explorers is the latest series and sees super scientist Nina and young Explorers travel the world

  • Andy's Dinosaur Adventures

    Mondays at 4:00pm from April 7

    Andy is back for a brand new series of fun-filled, jawdropping and eye-popping adventures – only this time he’s going back in time to search for the dinosaurs that once roamed our planet.

    Each adventure begins with Andy at work in a local museum with his new sidekick dinosaur expert Hatty. Together, they bring the museum to life with their comedy antics and with Andy’s time-travelling clock he finds any excuse to go on a pre-historic adventure with dinosaurs, returning with whatever’s needed for his day job just in time!

    Combining stunning footage from the BBC’s Walking With Dinosaurs with some high tech CGI wizardry, Andy meets baby diplodocus, takes to the skies on the back of a pterosaur and comes jaw-to-jaw with a T-rex!


    Andy returns for a new series of fun-filled adventures, travelling back in time to search for dinosaurs

  • The Numtums

    Weekdays at 8.20am from March 17

    Set in outback Australia, The Numtums is an adventure comedy in which number-bellied Numbats use basic numeracy skills to solve a whole host of humorous conundrums – all fuelled by one too many Termite Treats! The Numtums are based on the Australian Numbats – a rare marsupial native to Western Australia. Each animated creature is a different colour, shape and size but they all have stripy long tails, sticky up ears and numbers on their tummies.

    The new series targets upper pre-schoolers by introducing story driven episodes, fast paced comedy and visual humour, and distinct personalities for the Numtum characters. Each episode sees the number-obsessed heroes use their maths and number skills to resolve problems in their quirky hometown of Gumnut Gorge.


    Set in outback Australia the number-bellied Numbats use basic numeracy skills to solve problems.

BBC World News

  • Talking Business

    Saturdays at 11.30am

    This half hour programme delves into the vast changes in the world around us through lively discussions, original films, and interviews with newsmakers at work and at play.


    with Linda Yueh


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