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Sun 30 Apr

7:00pm
The Birth of British Music
Purcell: The Londoner
Season 1 Episode 1/4

Conductor Charles Hazlewood explores the origins of British music through the lives of four of its most notable composers. He begins by explaining how Henry Purcell captured the essence of 17th-century London in his compositions, from tavern songs and sacred music to pioneering stage works such as Dido and Aeneas. Featuring performances by the Army of Generals, John Tomlinson and the Choir of Westminster Abbey
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 7.6
8:00pm
The Secret Life of the Motorway
Falling in Love
Season 1 Episode 1/3

Examining Britain's motorways through the eyes of the people who built them, those who use the roads and protesters who tried to block their construction. The first programme considers the history of the UK's first stretch of motorway, the M6 Preston Bypass
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 7.5
9:00pm
Horizon
Horizon: Dancing in the Dark - The End of Physics?
Season 51 Episode 10/19

Scientists don't know what most of the universe is made of, with atoms accounting for only four per cent of it and the hypothetical dark matter and energy making up the rest. In the wake of an upgrade to the capabilities of Cern's Large Hadron Collider, scientists hoped to identify the nature of dark matter and reveal its secrets. The stakes are high because if the mystery is not solved, it might mean that physics itself needs a rethink
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7.7
10:00pm
Panorama
Trump's First 100 Days
Jeremy Paxman reports on Donald Trump's presidency so far, travelling across America as he attempts to make sense of his agenda - asking if it even makes sense to the man himself. The broadcaster digs into the stories behind the most controversial policies, visiting the home of North America's largest mosque to hear Arab-American experiences of the travel ban, and considers Trump's claims to be restoring America's economic fortunes amid the derelict factories of Detroit
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 6.2
11:00pm
Storyville
Being Evel Knievel: Storyville
Documentary about the superstar motorcycle stuntman, from his early career to his attempt to be fired across Snake River Canyon, revealing the man behind the charismatic performer
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 7.9
12:30am
The BBC at War
The War of Words
Season 1 Episode 1/2

Part one of two. Jonathan Dimbleby presents a documentary examining the role of the BBC during the Second World War, examining the fledgling corporation's vital role in boosting morale at home and struggles to avoid a complete government takeover. The events of the war years would come to define the BBC as an international broadcaster, transmitting in 47 languages
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7.5
1:30am
Metamorphosis - The Science of Change
David Malone explores the processes involved in metamorphosis, the means through which one being transforms into another, and investigates why this distinctive change seems to have such a powerful grasp on the human imagination. Along the way, he highlights examples throughout the scope of historical fiction, from the epics of Ovid to the surreal short stories of Franz Kafka and the fantasy heroics of Marvel's X-Men
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 8.3
2:30am
Horizon
Horizon: Dancing in the Dark - The End of Physics?
Season 51 Episode 10/19

Scientists don't know what most of the universe is made of, with atoms accounting for only four per cent of it and the hypothetical dark matter and energy making up the rest. In the wake of an upgrade to the capabilities of Cern's Large Hadron Collider, scientists hoped to identify the nature of dark matter and reveal its secrets. The stakes are high because if the mystery is not solved, it might mean that physics itself needs a rethink
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7.7

Mon 1 May

7:00pm
100 Days
100 Days+: 01/05/2017
BBC News teams in Washington DC and London report on the events that are shaping the world
(Subtitles)

Rating: 4.9
7:00pm
Weather
(Subtitles) (Follow On)

Rating: 9
7:30pm
Orangutan Diary
Season 1 Episode 3/5

Michaela Strachan deals with a crisis at the rescue centre as a newly arrived baby fights for its life, but there is good news as her favourite orphan Lomon starts to make progress. Steve Leonard lends a hand at the forest school, where young apes learn skills to equip them for life in the wild, but gets a surprise when an orang-utan starts to give birth at the back of the centre
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 8
8:00pm
Timeshift
Timeshift: Penny Blacks & Twopenny Blues - How Britain Got Stuck on Stamps
Season 16 Episode 3/5

Andrew Martin charts the evolution of British postage stamps and looks at how they became a national obsession, examining iconic examples and famous collectors, as well as meeting modern-day philatelists at a club
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 7.1
9:00pm
An Art Lovers' Guide
Amsterdam: An Art Lovers' Guide
Season 1 Episode 1/3

New series. Historian Janina Ramirez and art critic Alastair Sooke embark on cultural city breaks, offering insights into the most famous locations and uncovering hidden gems and untold stories to reveal how religion, revolution and trailblazing individuals can shape the art - and soul - of a metropolis. They begin by examining the art and design of the Dutch capital Amsterdam, along the way discovering how its culture reflects the liberal attitudes, appetite for global trade and love of home comforts that helped shape the character of this city
(New Series) (Subtitles) (Audio Described)

10:00pm
Film Girl with a Pearl Earring (2003)
A girl takes up the job of maid in the household of the artist Vermeer - but her presence provokes friction in the family and the jealousy of his wife when the servant catches the painter's eye. Peter Webber's 17th-century period drama adapted from the best-selling novel by Tracy Chevalier, starring Scarlett Johansson, Colin Firth, Tom Wilkinson, Judy Parfitt and Cillian Murphy
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 5.1
11:30pm
Harlots, Housewives & Heroines: A 17th Century History for Girls
Act One: At Court
Season 1 Episode 1/3

Lucy Worsley examines the lives of women in Restoration England, discovering how some were able to thrive as British society started to move into the modern age - even if the attitudes that prevailed remained largely medieval and misogynistic. She begins by profiling Charles II's mistresses, including actress Nell Gwynn, royalist Barbara Villiers and French spy Louise de Keroualle, and explores the extent to which they were in control of their own destinies
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 5.4
12:30am
Botany: A Blooming History
A Confusion of Names
Season 1 Episode 1/3

Timothy Walker explores how mankind developed its understanding of plants, and demonstrates what the study of botany has revealed about life on Earth. He begins by tracing how the study of variation in plants became regarded as a scientific rather than religious discipline, and examines the creation of the first artificial hybrid flower, which forced botanists to reassess their theories about how plants are related
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 8.3
1:30am
The Secret Life of the Motorway
Falling in Love
Season 1 Episode 1/3

Examining Britain's motorways through the eyes of the people who built them, those who use the roads and protesters who tried to block their construction. The first programme considers the history of the UK's first stretch of motorway, the M6 Preston Bypass
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 7.5
2:30am
An Art Lovers' Guide
Amsterdam: An Art Lovers' Guide
Season 1 Episode 1/3

New series. Historian Janina Ramirez and art critic Alastair Sooke embark on cultural city breaks, offering insights into the most famous locations and uncovering hidden gems and untold stories to reveal how religion, revolution and trailblazing individuals can shape the art - and soul - of a metropolis. They begin by examining the art and design of the Dutch capital Amsterdam, along the way discovering how its culture reflects the liberal attitudes, appetite for global trade and love of home comforts that helped shape the character of this city
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language) (Audio Described)

Tue 2 May

7:00pm
100 Days
100 Days+: 02/05/2017
BBC News teams in Washington DC and London report on the events that are shaping the world
(Subtitles)

Rating: 4.9
7:00pm
Weather
(Subtitles) (Follow On)

Rating: 9
7:30pm
Orangutan Diary
Season 1 Episode 4/5

Orphans Grendon and Ellie continue to make progress, and even troubled Lomon makes great strides in the `Forest School' classes. However, the day is blighted when Steve Leonard travels to a village where a baby orang-utan is being held illegally - and an emotionally charged rescue takes place
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 8
8:00pm
Wild Ireland: The Edge of the World
Season 1 Episode 2/2

Part two of two. Colin Stafford-Johnson heads north from Clew Bay for Donegal - golden eagle country - before reaching the island's northern tip and turning east along the coast of Northern Ireland. Along the way he observes the whooper swans that fly in every autumn to escape the Arctic winter and the elusive pine marten, an animal resident in the area since the last Ice Age. Basking sharks, bats and salmon are among the other creatures Colin comes across as he seeks out the remotest corners of Ireland's wild west
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8
9:00pm
Shock and Awe: The Story of Electricity
The Age of Invention
Season 1 Episode 2/3

Jim Al-Khalili charts how scientists discovered the connection between electricity and magnetism, and explains why this breakthrough gave mankind far greater control over electrical forces. He also reveals that their findings were crucial to the development of electricity as a mass-produced source of power, leading to innovations in communications, manufacturing, transport and technology
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 5.4
10:00pm
Genius of the Modern World
Nietzsche: Genius of the Modern World
Season 1 Episode 2/3

Historian Bettany Hughes travels across Europe in the footsteps of the German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche. His uncompromising and often brutal ideas smashed the comfortable assumptions of religion, morality and science, yet appropriated by the Nazis, his work is among the most devastatingly manipulated and misinterpreted in history. His philosophical quest led him to isolation and ultimately madness, but his ideas helped shape the intellectual landscape of the modern world
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6.3
11:00pm
Timeshift
Timeshift: Of Ice and Men
Season 11 Episode 7/11

Mankind's fascination with the frozen continent of Antarctica, from the early 20th-century race to be the first to reach the South Pole to modern scientific research into the region's geological properties. The programme reveals the story behind the photographs taken by Herbert Ponting on Captain Robert Falcon Scott's ill-fated 1912 polar expedition, explores the South Pole's role in famous literature by HP Lovecraft and Samuel Taylor Coleridge, and examines the continent's complicated political history. With contributions by Ranulph Fiennes, Sara Wheeler and Francis Spufford
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 7.1
12:00am
Natural World
A Wolf Called Storm: Natural World Special
Season 31 Episode 4/10

Jeff Turner spends a year in northern Canada filming the life of a wolf pack that featured in the David Attenborough series Frozen Planet. The cameraman learns how the animals survive in the harsh wilderness and discovers whether the pack leader can pass its hunting skills on to a new generation of cubs
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 9
1:00am
Amazon Abyss
Season 1 Episode 7/7

Part two of two. The team faces its greatest challenge yet - exploring the 90m-deep trench of the legendary Rio Negro. Using an underwater robot to examine the depths proves trickier than anticipated when a storm brews, and as the machine struggles, Mike deGruy heads for the jungle in search of the three-toed sloth. He eventually ventures into the water - only to come face to face with a predatory fish determined to make him its next meal. Kate Humble co-presents. First shown in 2005
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 4.8
2:00am
The Story of Scottish Art
Season 1 Episode 2/4

Artist Lachlan Goudie explores Scottish artistry in the 18th century, examining how the Enlightenment and the classical influence of the continent inspired a new artistic landscape. Powerful and influential British figures clamoured to have their portraits painted by the likes of Allan Ramsay and Henry Raeburn, and admired Horatio McCulloch's Highland landscapes and David Wilkie's genre paintings
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 4.1
3:00am
Shock and Awe: The Story of Electricity
The Age of Invention
Season 1 Episode 2/3

Jim Al-Khalili charts how scientists discovered the connection between electricity and magnetism, and explains why this breakthrough gave mankind far greater control over electrical forces. He also reveals that their findings were crucial to the development of electricity as a mass-produced source of power, leading to innovations in communications, manufacturing, transport and technology
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language)

Rating: 5.4

Wed 3 May

7:00pm
100 Days
100 Days+: 03/05/2017
BBC News teams in Washington DC and London report on the events that are shaping the world
(Subtitles)

Rating: 4.9
7:00pm
Weather
(Subtitles) (Follow On)

Rating: 9
7:30pm
Orangutan Diary
Season 1 Episode 5/5

Steve Leonard rescues a large female that has dislocated its ankle while fleeing from its captors. Michaela Strachan's favourite orphan, Lomon, finally learns to climb a tree. Plus, the story of Zorro - a huge male orang-utan who spent 13 years in a tiny cage before being released onto a forested island
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 8
8:00pm
The Celts: Blood, Iron, and Sacrifice with Alice Roberts and Neil Oliver
Season 1 Episode 3/3

Anthropologist Alice Roberts and archaeologist Neil Oliver conclude their exploration the origins and beliefs of the ancient group of peoples and their influence on vast areas of the ancient world. They examine how the Romans turned their attention to Britain, an island of rich resources, powerful tribes and advanced military equipment, and also look at the Celts' last stand against the Roman army, a revolt led by warrior queen Boudicca - who became the first great heroine of the emerging nation. Last in the series
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8.8
9:00pm
Britain's Nuclear Bomb: The Inside Story
In 1957, Britain exploded its first megaton hydrogen bomb, code-named Operation Grapple X. This documentary looks at the inside story of how Britain became a nuclear superpower, featuring newly released footage of atomic bomb tests, and interviews with veterans and scientists who took part in the extraordinary atomic bomb programme
(Subtitles)

10:00pm
Britain's Nuclear Secrets: Inside Sellafield
Physicist Jim Al-Khalili explores the history of the nuclear facility near the village of Seascale in Cumbria, investigating Britain's attempts - past, present and future - to harness the power of the atom. He examines the ways waste and spent fuel rods have been stored there over the past 70 years and looks at the latest attempts to try to clean some of it up, from storage in vast open-air ponds to encasing pieces of old reactors in concrete blocks
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 5.5
11:00pm
Storyville
Atomic: Living in Dread and Promise: Storyville
Documentary examining how nuclear power has changed the world in the 70 years since the bombing of Hiroshima. The film is comprised entirely of archive footage, and explores the positive and negative aspects of the atomic age, contrasting protest marches, the Cold War and the Chernobyl and Fukishima disasters with advances in medical science, such as X rays and MRI scanners. With music by Mogwai
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 7.9
12:10am
Metalworks!
Metalworks! - The Knight's Tale
Season 1 Episode 2/3

Tobias Capwell explores how Henry VIII combined German technology with Renaissance artistry in his quest to conform to the image of the perfect knight. He also reveals how the monarch's daughter, Elizabeth I, exploited the image further by making her courtiers parade before her in the most innovative and richly decorated suits of armour ever commissioned in steel
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

1:10am
Britain on Film
Britain on Film: The World of Work
Season 2 Episode 4/10

Documentary examining how British working lives were transformed during the 1960s, using footage the Rank Organisation captured of new technologies that were changing the face of industry - particularly in factories. The clips also demonstrate how competition from overseas forced employers to make far-reaching changes to production processes and shift patterns
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 10
1:40am
The Brits Who Built the Modern World
The Politics of Power
Season 1 Episode 3/3

Documenting how from the late 1990s to the present day, British architects were at the peak of their success as they continued to design iconic structures. However, they also faced some of the biggest controversies of their careers as Richard Rogers reveals the problems he faced with the Millennium Dome, and Norman Foster recalls the troubles that could have jeopardised the creation of London's Millennium Bridge. Michael Hopkins also explains how parliamentary building Portcullis House became the most expensive office in the UK. Last in the series
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 6.7
2:40am
Britain's Nuclear Bomb: The Inside Story
In 1957, Britain exploded its first megaton hydrogen bomb, code-named Operation Grapple X. This documentary looks at the inside story of how Britain became a nuclear superpower, featuring newly released footage of atomic bomb tests, and interviews with veterans and scientists who took part in the extraordinary atomic bomb programme
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Sign Language)

Thu 4 May

7:00pm
100 Days
100 Days+: 04/05/2017
BBC News teams in Washington DC and London report on the events that are shaping the world
(Subtitles)

Rating: 4.9
7:00pm
Weather
(Subtitles) (Follow On)

Rating: 9
7:30pm
Top of the Pops: 1983
Andy Peebles and Janice Long with music from October 20, featuring David Grant, Rock Steady Crew, Howard Jones, Freeez, Elton John, Depeche Mode, Men Without Hats and Culture Club
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 7.2
8:00pm
Timeshift
Timeshift: Sailors, Ships and Stevedores: The Story of British Docks
Season 16 Episode 2/5

The transformation of British docks, many of which have changed from commercial portals to the world into clean, contemporary hubs for leisure and the arts. Narrated by Sue Johnston
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7.1
9:00pm
Arena
Arena: Ken Dodd: Arena: Ken Dodd - Happiness
Documentary tribute to the veteran comedian, originally shown in 2007 to mark his 80th birthday. Cameras spent several months following the funnyman - tickling stick and all - as he went about his everyday business. The film looks back on a career that had then spanned six decades, and features archive footage of performances from the 1960s and 1970s as well as extracts of routines from his Happiness tour
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 7.7
10:00pm
Bucket
Season 1 Episode 4/4

Fran calls an end to the trip after her mother lets slip a big secret. Mim decides to be completely honest with her daughter - but time may be running out. Comedy, starring Miriam Margolyes and Frog Stone. Last in the series
(Subtitles) (Audio Described)

Rating: 5.4
10:25pm
The Undiscovered Peter Cook
Documentary about the life and work of the satirist Peter Cook, with unprecedented access to some of Peter's private recordings, diaries, letters and photographs
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 10
11:25pm
Wild Ireland: The Edge of the World
Season 1 Episode 2/2

Part two of two. Colin Stafford-Johnson heads north from Clew Bay for Donegal - golden eagle country - before reaching the island's northern tip and turning east along the coast of Northern Ireland. Along the way he observes the whooper swans that fly in every autumn to escape the Arctic winter and the elusive pine marten, an animal resident in the area since the last Ice Age. Basking sharks, bats and salmon are among the other creatures Colin comes across as he seeks out the remotest corners of Ireland's wild west
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 8
12:25am
Top of the Pops: 1983
Music from October 20, featuring David Grant, Rock Steady Crew, Howard Jones, Billy Joel, Gary Numan, Freeez, Elton John, Depeche Mode, Men Without Hats and Culture Club
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 7.2
1:05am
Sinatra: All or Nothing at All
Season 1

Part two of two. Up-close and personal examination of the life, music and career of legendary entertainer Frank Sinatra, told in his own words from hours of archived interviews, along with commentary from those closest to him. Featuring previously unseen footage from home movies and concert performances, including his legendary 1971 `retirement concert' in Los Angeles, this latter part of the tribute to the showman follows Sinatra's growth from roadhouse performer to global singing sensation
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 2.1
3:05am
Bucket
Season 1 Episode 4/4

Fran calls an end to the trip after her mother lets slip a big secret. Mim decides to be completely honest with her daughter - but time may be running out. Comedy, starring Miriam Margolyes and Frog Stone. Last in the series
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 5.4

Fri 5 May

7:00pm
World News Today
05/05/2017
The day's leading stories
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.2
7:00pm
Weather
(Subtitles) (Follow On)

Rating: 9
7:30pm
Top of the Pops: 1983
03/11/1983
Peter Powell and Mike Read present a programme from November 1983. Featuring ABC, Donna Summer, Elton John, Status Quo, Madness, Shakin' Stevens and Billy Joel. First aired November 3 1983
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.2
8:00pm
The Good Old Days
Leonard Sachs chairs the old-time music hall programme, inviting Roy Castle, Dolores Gray, Robert White, Eira Heath, Russ Stevens, Michel Arene, Lido Can-Can Girls and Perkano & Christina to entertain an audience at the Leeds City Varieties. First shown on December 31, 1978
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 7.9
8:55pm
Sounds of the Seventies
Faces
A 1972 performance of Stay With Me by the Rod Stewart-fronted Faces
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 4.1
9:00pm
Singer-Songwriters at the BBC
Season 2 Episode 3/4

Archive performances from the 1960s and 70s, featuring Lee Hazlewood, Jimmy Webb, Buffy Sainte-Marie, John Martyn, Rod Stewart, Donovan and a duet between Carole King and James Taylor
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 3.8
10:00pm
Classic Albums
Classic Albums: Carly Simon No Secrets
The singer-songwriter discusses her life and career, reflecting on her time with ex-husband James Taylor, a heroin addict when they first met. She also recounts her number of highly public affairs in the early 1970s and how her experience fed into the 1972 album's most famous song, You're So Vain, performing the missing fourth verse on the piano - the first time she has ever sung it along with the melody. Plus, footage of Simon and Taylor Swift performing You're So Vain together, and extracts from an interview where Swift talks about her love for the song
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.6
11:00pm
Sings James Bond
A selection of performances of the Bond theme tunes across the years, including Adele's Skyfall and archive clips of Shirley Bassey's Diamonds Are Forever, Tina Turner's GoldenEye, Tom Jones's Thunderball and Matt Monro's From Russia with Love
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 7.3
12:00am
Top of the Pops: 1983
03/11/1983
Peter Powell and Mike Read present a programme from November 1983. Featuring ABC, Donna Summer, Elton John, Status Quo, Madness, Shakin' Stevens and Billy Joel. First aired November 3 1983
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 7.2
12:35am
Singer-Songwriters at the BBC
Season 2 Episode 3/4

Archive performances from the 1960s and 70s, featuring Lee Hazlewood, Jimmy Webb, Buffy Sainte-Marie, John Martyn, Rod Stewart, Donovan and a duet between Carole King and James Taylor
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 3.8
1:35am
Classic Albums
Classic Albums: Carly Simon No Secrets
The singer-songwriter discusses her life and career, reflecting on her time with ex-husband James Taylor, a heroin addict when they first met. She also recounts her number of highly public affairs in the early 1970s and how her experience fed into the 1972 album's most famous song, You're So Vain, performing the missing fourth verse on the piano - the first time she has ever sung it along with the melody. Plus, footage of Simon and Taylor Swift performing You're So Vain together, and extracts from an interview where Swift talks about her love for the song
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 5.6
2:35am
Sings James Bond
A selection of performances of the Bond theme tunes across the years, including Adele's Skyfall and archive clips of Shirley Bassey's Diamonds Are Forever, Tina Turner's GoldenEye, Tom Jones's Thunderball and Matt Monro's From Russia with Love
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 7.3

Sat 6 May

7:00pm
Dan Cruickshank: At Home with the British
The Flat
Season 1 Episode 3/3

Dan Cruickshank charts the rise and fall of high-rise flats by following the history of one estate - the 19-storey Lincoln in Bow, east London, designed in 1960. Last in the series
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 2
8:00pm
The BBC at War
Into Battle
Season 1 Episode 2/2

The conclusion of the two-part documentary examines the impact the BBC's broadcasts had on the war zone. Jonathan Dimbleby looks at how it provided a counterpoint to Nazi propaganda and a source of coded information for resistance groups. He also discusses how BBC correspondents were embedded with military units during D-Day, and recalls his own father's reporting on the liberation of Belsen and the fall of Berlin
(Subtitles) (Repeat) (Audio Described)

Rating: 7.5
9:00pm
Hinterland
Season 3 Episode 1/4

New series. Return of the crime drama, starring Richard Harrington. The killing of a local minister leads DCI Tom Mathias and DI Mared Rhys to a remote community in the mountains, where they are confronted by a family in grief and a community in shock. The pair must tread carefully as they investigate the life and violent death of the troubled victim. In English and Welsh
(New Series) (Subtitles)

Rating: 7.2
10:30pm
Top of the Pops: 1983
An edition of the long-running music show, featuring studio performances and videos from acts in the Top 40 singles chart
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 7.2
11:10pm
Top of the Pops: 1983
An edition of the long-running music show, featuring studio performances and videos from acts in the Top 40 singles chart
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 7.2
11:45pm
Genesis: Together & Apart
Many schoolboys get together to form a band, but few of them go on to become multi-million-selling recording artists - but that's what happened to Genesis. Its core members - Peter Gabriel, Mike Rutherford and Tony Banks - met at Charterhouse, a public school in Surrey, and began playing together with two other students in 1967. A few years and personnel changes later (including the addition of drummer Phil Collins) and the classic line-up was in place. But relationships within the band were fraught; Gabriel left for a solo career in 1975, and Rutherford, Collins, Banks and Steve Hackett carried on without him. Here, they're back together again to discuss their careers. Rare archive footage helps tell the story
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 7.3
1:20am
TOTP2
TOTP2: Genesis
A celebration of the rock group that delves into the archives for performances by the band and its members past and present, including clips of solo material by Peter Gabriel and Phil Collins as well as Mike Rutherford's side project Mike & the Mechanics. Featuring I Can't Dance, I Know What I Like, No Self Control, In the Air Tonight, Many Too Many and The Living Years
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 4.5
2:05am
Prog at the BBC
Footage from the BBC studios of some of Britain's most popular progressive rock bands dating back to the early 1970s. Including performances by Emerson, Lake and Palmer, Yes, Genesis, Caravan, Gentle Giant, Family and Atomic Rooster
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 5.3
3:05am
Sounds of the Eighties
Season 1 Episode 8/8

Showcasing a selection of musical performances from the BBC archives, featuring UB40, Aswad, the Beat, Run-DMC, Public Enemy and Neneh Cherry
(Subtitles) (Repeat)

Rating: 1.9