2/6; series one. Poison.
Mma Ramotswe gets caught between a dangerous case of ivory smuggling and a feuding family when she is asked to investigate the strange behaviour of a shop owner and the case of a possible poisoner.
Starring Jill Scott and Anika Noni Rose.
First shown on BBC1
One-off drama starring Bill Paterson , Mark Gatiss and Paul Freeman. In the aftermath of the First World War, a doctor struggles to put a stop to a deadly virus that is claiming the lives of millions.
Part of the War beneath the Skin season. Shown last Wednesday
New. Virologist Mike Leahy traces the history of infectious diseases, exploring the story of smallpox, the success of mass vaccinations and humanity's early understanding of Aids and avian flu. Showing in the War beneath the Skin season. See panel.
Repeated on Thursday at 1.30am
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