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University Challenge

Christmas 2017

Episode 6: Queen Mary College, London v Cardiff University

Duration: 29 minutes

on BBC Four HD

Quiz featuring university alumni. The Queen Mary College team includes Bruce Dickinson, and the Cardiff team features Nicole Cooke. Show more


Jeremy Paxman
Series Producer:
Irene Daniels
Executive Producer:
Peter Gwyn
Tracey Rooney
Production Company:
ITV Studios

Duration: 59 minutes

on BBC Four HD

Historian Ruth Goodman and archaeologists Tom Pinfold and Peter Ginn recreate how the farms of Tudor England celebrated the 12 days of Christmas with banquets and carol singing. Show more


Ruth Goodman
Peter Ginn
Tom Pinfold
Executive Producer:
David Upshal

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Four HD

Available for 5 months

Comedy-drama following the story of how The Golden Triangle was formed and celebrating the man behind Morecambe and Wise's greatest successes. Show more


Dan Zeff
Executive Producer:
Toby Stevens
Executive Producer:
Ben Farrell
Executive Producer:
Gregor Sharp
Eddie Braben:
Stephen Tompkinson
Eric Morecambe:
Mark Bonnar
Ernie Wise:
Neil Maskell
John Ammonds:
Rufus Jones
Deidree Braben:
Liz White
Bill Cotton:
Alex Macqueen
Ernest Maxin:
Adam James
Joan Morecambe:
Katherine Kingsley
Doreen Wise:
Natasha Joseph
Verity Lewis:
Isobel Middleton
Glenda Jackson:
Lisa Jackson
Andre Previn:
Darren Bransford
Barry Cryer:
Jon Culshaw
Vanessa Redgrave:
Rosalind Halstead
Production Company:
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An Art Lovers' Guide

Series 2


Duration: 60 minutes

on BBC Four HD

Available for 10 months

Janina Ramirez and Alastair Sooke reveal Lisbon's fascinating history through its cobbled streets, steep hills, picturesque shoreline and cultural riches. Show more


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