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Sat 22 Jan

7:00pm
Around the World in 80 Treasures
Mali - Dogon
Dan Cruickshank heads for Mali to visit Dogon country, where he examines masks said to connect the land of the living with that of the dead, and admires ancient paintings
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.9
7:10pm
Britain's Outlaws: Highwaymen, Pirates and Rogues
Rogues' Gallery
Season 1 Episode 3/3

Sam Willis concludes his exploration of the criminal underworld of the 17th and 18th centuries by looking at urban crime, fraud and corruption, uncovering a fascinating rogues' gallery of villains. He examines the case of thief and serial escaper Jack Sheppard, who was so notorious that almost a quarter of a million people turned up to witness his hanging, while fraudster Mary Toft managed to convince George I's surgeon that she had given birth to rabbits
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.3
8:10pm
Around the World in 80 Days
Ancient Mariners
Season 1 Episode 3/7

Blazing a trail right across Arabia in only 40 hours, Michael Palin finally reaches Dubai to hitch a lift to Bombay on a primitive boat. A sea voyage of six days with nothing more than a sack to sleep on promises to be arduous enough, but then the engine dies in the Strait of Hormuz, an area full of mines
(Subtitles)

Rating: 4.2
9:00pm
Hidden Assets
Season 1 Episode 3/6

Rough diamonds are found in Fionn Brannigan's offices and Emer links this evidence to the bombings and warns him his life is in danger, while Christian learns that Hadi has been beaten by a fellow officer. Bibi is feeling the pressure too, especially when her wayward brother reaches out for help
(Subtitles)

Rating: 9.4
9:55pm
Hidden Assets
Season 1 Episode 4/6

Emer heads to Antwerp to help search for Fionn Brannigan and just when she and Christian appear to have hit a dead end when the discovery of a body and a forensics breakthrough changes everything. Crime drama, starring Angeline Ball
(Subtitles)

Rating: 9.4
10:45pm
Parkinson
Michael Crawford, Cilla Black and Liza Tarbuck
Blind Date host Cilla Black joins the chat show maestro to discuss life since the tragic death of her husband. Also appearing are Linda Green actress Liza Tarbuck, and Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em actor-turned-Broadway superstar Michael Crawford
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.8
11:45pm
Africa's Great Civilisations
Empires of Gold
Season 1 Episode 3/6

Henry Louis Gates Jr focuses on an era of great commercial and manufacturing growth throughout several regions on the continent. Beginning with the revolutionary transformation of North and West Africa, he travels to the shores of the Sahara Desert, where farmers, traders, warriors and nomads turned this region into the crossroads of some of history's most advanced, and wealthiest, civilizations
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6
12:35am
Africa's Great Civilisations
Cities
Season 1 Episode 4/6

Henry Louis Gates Jr looks at the powerful, cosmopolitan cities that dotted Africa at the time when Europe was in its Middle Ages. From 1000 to 1600, commerce, wealth and prosperity expanded across Africa, building new cities and founding new powerful states that mark this golden age
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6
1:30am
Around the World in 80 Days
Ancient Mariners
Season 1 Episode 3/7

Blazing a trail right across Arabia in only 40 hours, Michael Palin finally reaches Dubai to hitch a lift to Bombay on a primitive boat. A sea voyage of six days with nothing more than a sack to sleep on promises to be arduous enough, but then the engine dies in the Strait of Hormuz, an area full of mines
(Subtitles)

Rating: 4.2
2:20am
Britain's Outlaws: Highwaymen, Pirates and Rogues
Rogues' Gallery
Season 1 Episode 3/3

Sam Willis concludes his exploration of the criminal underworld of the 17th and 18th centuries by looking at urban crime, fraud and corruption, uncovering a fascinating rogues' gallery of villains. He examines the case of thief and serial escaper Jack Sheppard, who was so notorious that almost a quarter of a million people turned up to witness his hanging, while fraudster Mary Toft managed to convince George I's surgeon that she had given birth to rabbits
(Subtitles) (Sign Language)

Rating: 7.3

Sun 23 Jan

7:00pm
Danceworks
Danceworks: Ballet Black - The Waiting Game
Season 2 Episode 3/4

Documentary that explores the work of Artistic Director Cassa Pancho as she nurtures aspiring young dancers and gains recognition for her company's collaborations with world-class choreographers. It also follows the creative process of South African dancer and choreographer Mthuthuzeli November, as he creates a dynamic new ballet inspired in equal measure by Samuel Beckett's seminal Waiting for Godot and his own African rhythms and language
(Subtitles)

Rating: 4.6
7:30pm
This Cultural Life
Carlos Acosta: This Cultural Life
Season 1 Episode 5/8

Cuban ballet star Carlos Acosta talks to John Wilson about the key moments in his cultural life, from breakdancing in Havana to becoming principal dancer of the Royal Ballet
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.7
8:00pm
Ballrooms and Ballerinas: Dance at the BBC
Archive footage of dance featured on the BBC, including profiles of stars such as Victor Silvester demonstrating how to do the twist or encouraging us to dance like John Travolta
(Subtitles)

9:00pm
The Royal Ballet: The Dante Project
Wayne McGregor's new ballet based on Dante's The Divine Comedy, from the Royal Opera House, featuring Edward Watson as the poet in his final principal role with the company
(Subtitles)

Rating: 10
10:50pm
Betroffenheit from Sadler's Wells
Filmed performance of the award-winning theatrical production from London's Sadler's Wells Theatre. The show was created by choreographer Crystal Pite and writer Jonathan Young, who also performs in the show, and explores themes of trauma, grief and addiction through dance, spoken word, music and puppetry, drawing inspiration from the deaths of members of Young's own family
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.2
12:40am
Dancing Nation
Highlights
Highlights of the series, featuring performances by many of the UK's leading dance companies and exciting new talent. Presented by Brenda Emmanus
(Subtitles)

1:40am
This Cultural Life
Carlos Acosta: This Cultural Life
Season 1 Episode 5/8

Cuban ballet star Carlos Acosta talks to John Wilson about the key moments in his cultural life, from breakdancing in Havana to becoming principal dancer of the Royal Ballet
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.7
2:10am
Ballrooms and Ballerinas: Dance at the BBC
Archive footage of dance featured on the BBC, including profiles of stars such as Victor Silvester demonstrating how to do the twist or encouraging us to dance like John Travolta
(Subtitles)

Mon 24 Jan

7:00pm
Great British Railway Journeys
Bangor to Betws y Coed
Season 12 Episode 13/15

Michael Portillo continues his 1936 Bradshaw's-inspired railway tour of north Wales. He begins in the coastal city of Bangor, where he hears how, when war broke out in September 1939, 2,000 children from the cities of northern England were evacuated by train to north Wales. Heading inland alongside the River Conwy, Michael reaches Tal y Cafn, before investigating the worst dam disaster in Welsh history in Dolgarrog. Finally in Betws y Coed, he attempts to climb one of Snowdonia's lesser peaks
(Subtitles)

Rating: 9.4
7:30pm
Fred Dibnah's Magnificent Monuments
Bridges and Tunnels
Season 1 Episode 5/6

The former steeplejack explores the achievements of Britain's civil engineering pioneers, visiting the Channel Tunnel, Humber Bridge and Pontcysyllte Aqueduct. He also has a go at legging a narrowboat through a canal tunnel in Dudley in the West Midlands
(Subtitles)

Rating: 9.4
8:00pm
The Impressionists - Painting and Revolution
The Great Outdoors
Season 1 Episode 2/4

Waldemar Januszczak visits some of the places made famous by impressionist artists, examining the French riverside locations captured on canvas by Monet and Renoir. He also uses a Swedish snowdrift to demonstrate why the movement's painters tended to depict brightly coloured shadows in their winter scenes, and tells the story of Cezanne, from his dark and challenging early works through to his departure from Paris and separation from the impressionist group
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.2
9:00pm
Art on the BBC
Art on the BBC: Turner - Light & Landscape
Season 2 Episode 4/4

Art historian Leslie Primo examines six decades of archive materials to explore differing explanations of why John MW Turner is such a beloved name in British art - as a reinventer of landscape painting, a forerunner of modernism, or a recorder of the Industrial Revolution. Featuring archive contributions from Fiona Bruce, Simon Schama, Andrew Graham-Dixon and Kenneth Clarke
(New Series) (Subtitles)

Rating: 9.6
10:00pm
Turner: The Man Who Painted Britain
Tim Marlow presents this documentary exploring the achievement of JMW Turner, revealing how the artist's revolutionary works changed the course of painting forever. The programme chronicles the highs and lows of Turner's life, including his tragic childhood, secret affairs and the exhausting extremes to which he pushed himself in order to capture a unique quality in his paintings
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.5
11:00pm
Storyville
The Ice King: John Curry - Storyville
A profile of the groundbreaking figure skater, who won Olympic gold in 1976 and whose introduction of balletic moves and focus on presentation transformed the sport. This documentary features previously unseen footage of some of Curry's remarkable performances, along with archive interviews with the man himself and of those closest to him
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.7
12:25am
Great British Railway Journeys
Bangor to Betws y Coed
Season 12 Episode 13/15

Michael Portillo continues his 1936 Bradshaw's-inspired railway tour of north Wales. He begins in the coastal city of Bangor, where he hears how, when war broke out in September 1939, 2,000 children from the cities of northern England were evacuated by train to north Wales. Heading inland alongside the River Conwy, Michael reaches Tal y Cafn, before investigating the worst dam disaster in Welsh history in Dolgarrog. Finally in Betws y Coed, he attempts to climb one of Snowdonia's lesser peaks
(Subtitles)

Rating: 9.4
12:55am
Fred Dibnah's Magnificent Monuments
Bridges and Tunnels
Season 1 Episode 5/6

The former steeplejack explores the achievements of Britain's civil engineering pioneers, visiting the Channel Tunnel, Humber Bridge and Pontcysyllte Aqueduct. He also has a go at legging a narrowboat through a canal tunnel in Dudley in the West Midlands
(Subtitles)

Rating: 9.4
1:25am
The Impressionists - Painting and Revolution
The Great Outdoors
Season 1 Episode 2/4

Waldemar Januszczak visits some of the places made famous by impressionist artists, examining the French riverside locations captured on canvas by Monet and Renoir. He also uses a Swedish snowdrift to demonstrate why the movement's painters tended to depict brightly coloured shadows in their winter scenes, and tells the story of Cezanne, from his dark and challenging early works through to his departure from Paris and separation from the impressionist group
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.2
2:25am
Art on the BBC
Art on the BBC: Turner - Light & Landscape
Season 2 Episode 4/4

Art historian Leslie Primo examines six decades of archive materials to explore differing explanations of why John MW Turner is such a beloved name in British art - as a reinventer of landscape painting, a forerunner of modernism, or a recorder of the Industrial Revolution. Featuring archive contributions from Fiona Bruce, Simon Schama, Andrew Graham-Dixon and Kenneth Clarke
(Subtitles) (Sign Language)

Rating: 9.6

Tue 25 Jan

7:00pm
Great British Railway Journeys
Blaenau Ffestiniog to Barmouth
Season 12 Episode 14/15

In the Welsh mountains of Snowdonia, Michael Portillo reaches an abandoned mine with an art-related history. He also explores the harbour town of Porthmadog, and the fantasy village Portmeirion, crafted by architect Bertram Clough Williams-Ellis, and made famous by The Prisoner TV series
(Subtitles)

Rating: 9.4
7:30pm
Fred Dibnah's Magnificent Monuments
Pleasure Palaces
Season 1 Episode 6/6

The steeplejack visits Britain's arts, entertainment and leisure landmarks, including the Globe Theatre, Blackpool Tower and the Victoria and Albert Museum
(Subtitles)

Rating: 9.4
8:00pm
Keeping Up Appearances
Driving Mrs Fortescue
Season 2 Episode 2/10

Hyacinth's wealthy acquaintance Mrs Fortescue, whose sister married a baronet, asks her for a lift into town - but things do not go according to plan. Patricia Routledge stars
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8
8:30pm
Yes, Prime Minister
The Ministerial Broadcast
Season 1 Episode 2/8

Jim Hacker prepares to make his first public broadcast as prime minister, but finds it is not so easy to speak to camera as he imagined. John Wells guest stars, alongside Paul Eddington and Nigel Hawthorne
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.1
9:00pm
Maya Angelou on Robert Burns
In a documentary originally broadcast in 1995, African-American writer Maya Angelou goes on a pilgrimage to Burns Country in Scotland. She is welcomed to Ayrshire by a group of Burnsians who hold a party in her honour to celebrate Rabbie Burns's genius. They sing his songs and read his poems, and then Angelou, in return, performs one of her own works
(Subtitles)

9:50pm
Inside the Mind of Robert Burns
Writer Alan Bissett explores the complex views of Robert Burns, whose poetic genius was contrasted by contradictory attitudes to women, politics and slavery. The programme examines modern theories that Burns suffered from bipolar disorder, revealing how his famous poem Tam O'Shanter is being reconsidered as an account of his personal struggles
(Subtitles)

10:50pm
India's Frontier Railways
The Maitree Express
Season 1 Episode 1/3

A collection of films showcasing never-before-filmed international trains crossing various Asian borders. The first episode observes the Maitree Express, the first passenger train to run between India and Bangladesh since the 1971 war of independence with Pakistan. Former freedom fighter Amirul plays announcements and religious tapes while taking the 12-hour, 392km journey. The programme also charts 16-year-old Abdullah who ran away from home, and now sells newspapers on Dhaka's trains and platforms in the hope of a better future, and Aalo who supports his family by selling chocolates to passengers
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.2
11:50pm
India: Nature's Wonderland
Season 1 Episode 1/2

Part one of two. Wildlife expert Liz Bonnin, Slumdog Millionaire actress Freida Pinto and mountaineer Jon Gupta explore the hidden wonders of the natural world in India, a land where tigers dance and lions roam. This edition starts with Liz visiting the Gir Forest, home to the world's last Asiatic lions, where she witness two females hunting, before watching elephants walking through a tea plantation. Freida meets a man who has dedicated his life to the Hoolock gibbon, India's only ape, which starts the morning by singing. Jon climbs into the Himalayas and stops off at Debprayag to bathe in the sacred waters at a holy place where the River Ganges begins
(Subtitles)

Rating: 2.3
12:50am
India: Nature's Wonderland
Season 1 Episode 2/2

Part two of two. Wildlife expert Liz Bonnin, Slumdog Millionaire actress Freida Pinto and mountaineer Jon Gupta explore the natural world in India, including a village of birds, masks that come alive, an impressive mountain range and baby turtles erupting out of the sand
(Subtitles)

Rating: 2.3
1:50am
Great British Railway Journeys
Blaenau Ffestiniog to Barmouth
Season 12 Episode 14/15

In the Welsh mountains of Snowdonia, Michael Portillo reaches an abandoned mine with an art-related history. He also explores the harbour town of Porthmadog, and the fantasy village Portmeirion, crafted by architect Bertram Clough Williams-Ellis, and made famous by The Prisoner TV series
(Subtitles)

Rating: 9.4
2:20am
Fred Dibnah's Magnificent Monuments
Pleasure Palaces
Season 1 Episode 6/6

The steeplejack visits Britain's arts, entertainment and leisure landmarks, including the Globe Theatre, Blackpool Tower and the Victoria and Albert Museum
(Subtitles)

Rating: 9.4
2:50am
Maya Angelou on Robert Burns
In a documentary originally broadcast in 1995, African-American writer Maya Angelou goes on a pilgrimage to Burns Country in Scotland. She is welcomed to Ayrshire by a group of Burnsians who hold a party in her honour to celebrate Rabbie Burns's genius. They sing his songs and read his poems, and then Angelou, in return, performs one of her own works
(Subtitles)

Wed 26 Jan

7:00pm
Great British Railway Journeys
Aberystwyth to Newtown
Season 12 Episode 15/15

In the elegant coastal town of Aberystwyth, Michael Portillo visits the National Library of Wales, set high on a hill with views over Cardigan Bay. His tour of North Wales draws to a close in style at the birthplace of the nation's first classical music festival, Gregynog Hall, near Newtown
(Subtitles)

Rating: 9.4
7:30pm
Fred Dibnah's Building of Britain
Mighty Cathedrals
Season 1 Episode 1/6

Fred uncovers the construction techniques of stonemasons and carpenters through the ages, focusing on Norman cathedrals. The former steeplejack admires Peterborough Cathedral and Rochester Castle, where he demonstrates how tactics used to invade the fortress centuries ago resemble today's demolition methods
(Subtitles)

Rating: 9.6
8:00pm
New Zealand: Earth's Mythical Islands
New Arrivals
Season 1 Episode 3/3

New Zealand is now home to some of the richest agricultural land in the world, boasting magnificent gardens with plants from around the planet and rare magical creatures. A caving expedition reveals relics of the original lost world of its pre-human past; the actual bones of a cow-sized flightless grazing bird, a moa, among the largest birds that has ever lived. However, as narrator Sam Neill reveals, against all the odds, one giant bird from primeval New Zealand has survived to this day
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.2
9:00pm
The Man Who Saw Too Much
At 106, Boris Pahor is the oldest living survivor of a Nazi concentration camp. He discusses life and death at Natzweiler, where almost half the prisoners died. Alan Yentob visits Pahor at his home in Trieste, where he talks about his fight against fascism and the Nazis
(Subtitles)

Rating: 10
10:00pm
Storyville
Final Account: Storyville
Documentary series
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.7
11:30pm
Art on the BBC
Art on the BBC: Turner - Light & Landscape
Season 2 Episode 4/4

Art historian Leslie Primo examines six decades of archive materials to explore differing explanations of why John MW Turner is such a beloved name in British art - as a reinventer of landscape painting, a forerunner of modernism, or a recorder of the Industrial Revolution. Featuring archive contributions from Fiona Bruce, Simon Schama, Andrew Graham-Dixon and Kenneth Clarke
(Subtitles)

Rating: 9.6
12:30am
Great British Railway Journeys
Aberystwyth to Newtown
Season 12 Episode 15/15

In the elegant coastal town of Aberystwyth, Michael Portillo visits the National Library of Wales, set high on a hill with views over Cardigan Bay. His tour of North Wales draws to a close in style at the birthplace of the nation's first classical music festival, Gregynog Hall, near Newtown
(Subtitles)

Rating: 9.4
1:00am
Fred Dibnah's Building of Britain
Mighty Cathedrals
Season 1 Episode 1/6

Fred uncovers the construction techniques of stonemasons and carpenters through the ages, focusing on Norman cathedrals. The former steeplejack admires Peterborough Cathedral and Rochester Castle, where he demonstrates how tactics used to invade the fortress centuries ago resemble today's demolition methods
(Subtitles)

Rating: 9.6
1:30am
New Zealand: Earth's Mythical Islands
New Arrivals
Season 1 Episode 3/3

New Zealand is now home to some of the richest agricultural land in the world, boasting magnificent gardens with plants from around the planet and rare magical creatures. A caving expedition reveals relics of the original lost world of its pre-human past; the actual bones of a cow-sized flightless grazing bird, a moa, among the largest birds that has ever lived. However, as narrator Sam Neill reveals, against all the odds, one giant bird from primeval New Zealand has survived to this day
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.2
2:30am
The Man Who Saw Too Much
At 106, Boris Pahor is the oldest living survivor of a Nazi concentration camp. He discusses life and death at Natzweiler, where almost half the prisoners died. Alan Yentob visits Pahor at his home in Trieste, where he talks about his fight against fascism and the Nazis
(Subtitles) (Sign Language)

Rating: 10

Thu 27 Jan

7:00pm
Railways: The Making of a Nation
The Age of Leisure
Season 1 Episode 3/6

Liz McIvor presents a documentary examining excursion trains, which became popular from the 1840s onwards, with tourists taking day trips and holidays, and seeing parts of the country they had never seen before. Some trains were set up to satisfy the demand to witness public executions, whereas others transported people to horse racing and sporting events. Working-class northerners had access to the Lake District, however Lakeland resident William Wordsworth was initially unhappy about the new visitors
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.1
7:30pm
Fred Dibnah's Building of Britain
The Art of Castle Building
Season 1 Episode 2/6

The ex-steeplejack tours the coast of north Wales, visiting Harlech, Caernarfon and Beaumaris to admire the defensive features of the strongholds that helped Edward I subdue the Welsh. On the orders of the king, French architect Master James of St Georges revolutionised castle design in England
(Subtitles)

Rating: 9.6
8:00pm
Film Rancho Notorious (1952)
A tough cowboy seeks revenge on the gang responsible for murdering his fiancee during a robbery, and trails the culprits to a remote horse ranch and criminal hideout run by a sultry saloon singer. Fritz Lang's Western, starring Arthur Kennedy, Marlene Dietrich, Mel Ferrer and Gloria Henry
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8
9:25pm
Film Young Guns (1988)
Petty crook Billy the Kid is taken in by English farmer John Tunstall and given a job as a ranch hand. However, when Tunstall is murdered by a business rival, Billy and the rest of his 'regulators' set out to avenge his death, leading them into conflict with the law - and marking the start of Billy's notoriety as a gunslinger. Western, with Emilio Estevez, Charlie Sheen, Kiefer Sutherland and Lou Diamond Phillips
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.8
11:10pm
How the Wild West Was Won with Ray Mears
Deserts
Season 1 Episode 3/3

How the landscapes of America's five great deserts challenged the pioneers' westward push. Beginning in Monument Valley on the Arizona-Utah state line, Ray discovers how the US cavalry struggled in the hot arid landscape, explores how the Apache adapted their warfare methods to the hostile conditions and reveals why the forbidding landscape proved the perfect refuge for bandits
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.1
12:10am
Inside Cinema
Meet the Family
Season 1 Episode 1/2

Part one of two. A look at family in cinema in all their maddening, dysfunctional glory, with clans in Aliens, Back to the Future, Home Alone, Tokyo Story, Pan's Labyrinth and Gosford Park among those analysed. Kathy Burke narrates
(Subtitles)

1:10am
Handmade in Africa
Maasai Wedding Necklace
Season 1 Episode 3/3

Following master beadmaker Jane Semanto in her Nairobi studio as she crafts a traditional Maasai wedding necklace, which is of great ceremonial significance
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.7
1:40am
Railways: The Making of a Nation
The Age of Leisure
Season 1 Episode 3/6

Liz McIvor presents a documentary examining excursion trains, which became popular from the 1840s onwards, with tourists taking day trips and holidays, and seeing parts of the country they had never seen before. Some trains were set up to satisfy the demand to witness public executions, whereas others transported people to horse racing and sporting events. Working-class northerners had access to the Lake District, however Lakeland resident William Wordsworth was initially unhappy about the new visitors
(Subtitles)

Rating: 6.1
2:10am
Fred Dibnah's Building of Britain
The Art of Castle Building
Season 1 Episode 2/6

The ex-steeplejack tours the coast of north Wales, visiting Harlech, Caernarfon and Beaumaris to admire the defensive features of the strongholds that helped Edward I subdue the Welsh. On the orders of the king, French architect Master James of St Georges revolutionised castle design in England
(Subtitles)

Rating: 9.6
2:40am
Turner: The Man Who Painted Britain
Tim Marlow presents this documentary exploring the achievement of JMW Turner, revealing how the artist's revolutionary works changed the course of painting forever. The programme chronicles the highs and lows of Turner's life, including his tragic childhood, secret affairs and the exhausting extremes to which he pushed himself in order to capture a unique quality in his paintings
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.5

Fri 28 Jan

7:00pm
Sounds of the Seventies
Sweet, Slade and Mud
The Sweet perform Blockbuster, Slade present Mama Weer All Crazee Now, while Mud sing Tiger Feet
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.3
7:10pm
The Shirley Bassey Show
Season 1 Episode 4/5

The singer performs some of her most famous and beloved hits, joined by guests Clive Westlake and Mel Tormé, and the Shirley Bassey Dancers, choreographed by Nigel Lythgoe. From 1976
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.5
8:00pm
Top of the Pops
TOTP: 1992
Tony Dortie and Claudia Simon present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on March 12 1992. Featuring performances by Gun, the Wedding Present, Toxic Two, Nirvana, Clivillés and Cole, Eric Clapton, Annie Lennox, Mr Big, U2 and Shakespears Sister
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.4
8:30pm
Top of the Pops
TOTP: 1992
Mark Franklin and Claudia Simon present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on March 26 1992. Featuring performances by Erasure, Annie Lennox, Vanessa Williams and Soul II Soul, Right Said Fred, Def Leppard, Shakespears Sister, the Cure, Wet Wet Wet and Manic Street Preachers
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.4
9:00pm
Film Mystify: Michael Hutchence (2019)
Profile of the INXS singer, featuring footage from private home movies and contributions by his friends and family to delve beneath the public persona of the charismatic frontman. The film also examines the traumatic brain injury he suffered in 1992, which caused him to lose his senses of smell and taste, along with the onslaught of tabloid press scrutiny due to his relationship with Paula Yates in the mid-1990s, before his death in November 1997
(Subtitles)

Rating: 10
10:35pm
INXS: Live Baby Live
A remastered version of the group's performance at Wembley Stadium in July 1991, directed by David Mallet. The concert captures the Australian rockers - led by charismatic frontman Michael Hutchence - at the peak of their powers, and features classic anthems including New Sensation, Mystify, Need You Tonight and Never Tear Us Apart
(Subtitles)

11:35pm
Australian Hits at the BBC
A look at a wide-ranging selection of songs and music acts that came from Down Under, with clips of their appearances on some top UK shows. Featured chartbusters include pop pioneers the Easybeats, rock 'n' roll legends AC/DC, and INXS who became one of the nation's most successful acts of all time. Also included are ground-breaking Aborigine band Yothu Yindi, and the more familiar faces of Nick Cave, John Farnham, Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5
12:35am
Top of the Pops: Kylie Minogue
A compilation of classic Kylie performances from the Top of the Pops studio. First shown in 1998
(Subtitles)

1:05am
Top of the Pops
TOTP: 1992
Tony Dortie and Claudia Simon present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on March 12 1992. Featuring performances by Gun, the Wedding Present, Toxic Two, Nirvana, Clivillés and Cole, Eric Clapton, Annie Lennox, Mr Big, U2 and Shakespears Sister
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.4
1:35am
Top of the Pops
TOTP: 1992
Mark Franklin and Claudia Simon present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on March 26 1992. Featuring performances by Erasure, Annie Lennox, Vanessa Williams and Soul II Soul, Right Said Fred, Def Leppard, Shakespears Sister, the Cure, Wet Wet Wet and Manic Street Preachers
(Subtitles)

Rating: 7.4
2:05am
The Shirley Bassey Show
Season 1 Episode 4/5

The singer performs some of her most famous and beloved hits, joined by guests Clive Westlake and Mel Tormé, and the Shirley Bassey Dancers, choreographed by Nigel Lythgoe. From 1976
(Subtitles)

Rating: 8.5
2:55am
Sounds of the Seventies
Sweet, Slade and Mud
The Sweet perform Blockbuster, Slade present Mama Weer All Crazee Now, while Mud sing Tiger Feet
(Subtitles)

Rating: 5.3