This tense psychological drama follows a young woman learning to live again after 13 years in captivity. 26-year-old Ivy Moxam stumbles out into the street, away from the cellar that’s been her prison for the last 13 years. But escape is not the end of Ivy’s story. It’s just the beginning.
In the Club
Series 2Fridays at 8.30pm from July 29
The return of Kay Mellor’s warm ensemble series follows the relationship dramas of a group of very different new parents who first bonded in a parent craft class. The story picks up ten months on, with all the babies born – and in some cases second ones on the way.
The Living And The Dead
Wednesdays at 8.30pm from August 3
A spine-tingling mystery series from Ashley Pharoah, starring Colin Morgan, a pioneering Victorian psychologist who is hell-bent on bringing modern ideas to an ancient rural community.
But old ways die hard – and change is not always welcome. Nathan Appleby is a pioneering psychologist who leaves behind a glittering career in London to return, with his new wife Charlotte, to his ancestral home in rural Somerset.
Martin Clunes: A Man and His Dogs
Thursdays at 9.30pm from August 4
Martin Clunes takes a wry and witty look at why we are prepared to take the risk of sharing our homes with dogs who are genetically still 99.8 per cent like wolves. This epic, dramatic and sometimes surreal journey takes Martin to Africa, Australia and America to find the surviving wild ancestors of pampered pets like his own beloved dogs, Mary, Tina and Arthur.
Steve Backshall’s Extreme Mountain Challenge
Tuesdays at 8.30pm from August 23
Adventurer and wildlife expert Steve Backshall leads a group of top climbers and cavers into the heart of Venezuela’s remote Canaima National Park. Steve and the team attempt to explore the region’s iconic tepuis – vast flat-topped, sheer-sided mountains that rise directly out of the jungle.
Weekdays at 7.35am
Inspired by the original children’s classic books and the legendary British children's animation of the early 70s - new episodes of the BAFTA-winning, animated BBC children’s series Clangers comes to CBeebies. The Clangers are pink, long-nosed, inventive and lovable mouse-shaped creatures who live on a little blue planet, out in the starry stretches of space, not far from Earth. In each charming episode, members of the Clanger family solve a problem, make a discovery, invent something or greet a new visitor.
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