Programme Index

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Crimewatch Live

Series 3

Episode 13

Duration: 45 minutes

on BBC One HD

Crimewatch Roadshow is on the hunt for information to solve the types of crime that affect all of us, with former detective Rav Wilding and roving reporter Miriam O'Reilly. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Rav Wilding
Presenter:
Miriam O'Reilly
Executive Producer:
Christina Macaulay
Series Producer:
Simon Barnes

Homes Under the Hammer

Series 14

Episode 28

Duration: 58 minutes

on BBC One HD

Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a three-bedroom property in Mid Glamorgan, a house in London and an old telephone exchange in Devon. Show more

Wimbledon

2011

BBC One: Day 3 Afternoon - Part 2

Duration: 4 hours, 15 minutes

on BBC One HD

Sue Barker presents live coverage of the afternoon's action from Wimbledon's show courts, with commentary from Boris Becker, Pat Cash and John McEnroe. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Sue Barker
Executive Producer:
Paul Davies
Commentator:
Boris Becker
Commentator:
Pat Cash
Commentator:
John McEnroe

Waterloo Road

Series 7

Episode 8

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC One HD

Available for years

School drama. Chris confiscates drugs from scruffy pupil Scout Allen and is shocked to discover she is a drugs courier. A mock student election brings Vicki and Jess together. Show more

Contributors

Christopher Mead:
William Ash
Karen Fisher:
Amanda Burton
Jess Fisher:
Linzey Cocker
Harry Fisher:
Ceallach Spellman
Tom Clarkson:
Jason Done
Grantly Budgen:
Philip Martin Brown
Daniel Chalk:
Mark Benton
Eleanor Chaudry:
Poppy Jhakra
Vicki MacDonald:
Rebecca Ryan
Finn Sharkey:
Jack McMullen
Shona Mansfield:
Hope Katana
Rhona Mansfield:
Millie Katana
Ronan Burley:
Ben-Ryan Davies
Lauren Andrews:
Darcy Isa
Aiden Scotcher:
Oliver Lee
Rob Scotcher:
Robson Green
Denzil Kelly:
Reece Douglas
Emily James:
Shannon Flynn
Amy Porter:
Nisa Cole
Janeece Bryant:
Chelsee Healey
Mrs Allen:
Lisa Riley
Kyle Stack:
George Sampson
Josh Stevenson:
William Rush
Producer:
Lucy Martin
Director:
Joss Agnew
Richard Whitman:
Nicholas Gleaves
Policeman:
Chris Jack

Genres

In With the Flynns

Series 1

Episode 3: The Hardest Cut

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One HD

Comedy. Following a pregnancy scare, Liam resolves to have the snip, but wimps out at the last minute. However, he finds it hard to keep the truth from Caroline. Show more

The Apprentice

Series 7

Episode 8: Paris

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC One HD

Business-based reality show. The teams are summoned to St Pancras International, where they are informed their next task is to introduce British products to the French market. Show more

Contributors

Participant:
Lord Sugar
Participant:
Lord Sugar
Participant:
Lord Sugar
Participant:
Nick Hewer
Participant:
Nick Hewer
Participant:
Nick Hewer
Participant:
Karren Brady
Participant:
Karren Brady
Participant:
Karren Brady
Executive Producer:
Michele Kurland
Executive Producer:
Michele Kurland
Executive Producer:
Michele Kurland
Series Editor:
Mark Saben

Duration: 59 minutes

on BBC One HD

Mark Beaumont goes on a journey through Exmoor, starting in Dulverton, where he finds out how Exmoor's iconic ponies are being saved from the verge of extinction. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Mark Beaumont
Presenter:
Mark Beaumont
Series Producer:
Richard Sharman
Executive Producer:
Sarah Moors
Executive Producer:
Sarah Moors

Saints and Scroungers

Series 2 - 30 Minute Versions

Episode 4: Badrul Islam/Blesma

Duration: 27 minutes

on BBC One HD

Series looking at benefit fraud. A Senior Benefit Officer becomes the centre of a two hundred thousand pound fraud investigation when investigators discover an inside job. Show more

Great British Railway Journeys

Series 2

Episode 24: Roybridge to Glenfinnan

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One HD

Michael investigates the mysterious parallel roads of Glenroy and finds out how the Victorians put a weather observatory on the top of Ben Nevis. Show more

BBC One HD

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