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Pop's Greatest Dance Crazes

Shorts

Episode 6: Cheryl Cole and Cheryl Baker

Duration: 15 minutes

on BBC Three

Robert Webb is joined by Rufus Hound, who demos the 'Cheryl Chop' from Fight for This Love. Cheryl Baker looks back on losing her skirt for Bucks Fizz's Making Your Mind Up. Show more

Doctor Who

Series 6

Episode 2: Day of the Moon

Duration: 45 minutes

on BBC Three

Available for years

In 1960s America, the Doctor fights an alien force dating back to the beginnings of human civilisation: the Silence!

Contributors

The Doctor:
Matt Smith
Amy Pond:
Karen Gillan
River Song:
Alex Kingston
Canton Delaware:
Mark Sheppard
President Richard Nixon:
Stuart Milligan
Doctor Renfrew:
Kerry Shale
Little Girl:
Sydney Wade
Gardner:
Glenn Wrage
Doctor Shepherd:
Peter Banks
Eye Patch Lady:
Frances Barber
Producer:
Marcus Wilson
Director:
Toby Haynes
Grant:
Jeff Mash

Stacey Dooley Investigates

New Drug Frontiers

Episode 1: Cocaine Capital of the World

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Three

Stacey Dooley investigates why Peru has become the world's cocaine capital, meeting smugglers, producers and government forces. Show more

Orphan Black

Series 1

Episode 7: Parts Developed in an Unusual Manner

Duration: 45 minutes

on BBC Three

Sci-fi drama series. Paul goes missing, which compels Sarah to tackle the conspiracy herself. Cosima is drawn closer to Delphine and Dr Leekie. Show more

Orphan Black

Series 1

Episode 8: Entangled Bank

Duration: 45 minutes

on BBC Three

Sci-fi drama series. The Orphans are pitted against each other as Sarah plans what to do next. Paul does his best to conceal Sarah's existence. Show more

EastEnders

25/10/2013

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Three

As Michael puts the finishing touches on his carefully laid plan, Alice begins to have second thoughts; will she go through with it? Kirsty comes under attack from Cora. Show more

Contributors

Michael Moon:
Steve John Shepherd
Alice Branning:
Jasmyn Banks
Janine Butcher:
Charlie Brooks
Lauren Branning:
Jacqueline Jossa
Peter Beale:
Ben Hardy
Ian Beale:
Adam Woodyatt
Denise Fox:
Diane Parish
Cora Cross:
Ann Mitchell
Kirsty Branning:
Kierston Wareing
Abi Branning:
Lorna Fitzgerald
Sharon Rickman:
Letitia Dean
Carol Jackson:
Lindsey Coulson
David Wicks:
Michael French
Whitney Dean:
Shona McGarty
Joey Branning:
David Witts
Patrick Trueman:
Rudolph Walker
Billy Mitchell:
Perry Fenwick
Cindy Williams:
Mimi Keene
Dennis Rickman:
Harry Hickles
Tiffany Butcher:
Maisie Smith
Morgan Butcher:
Devon Higgs
Executive Producer:
Lorraine Newman

Comedy Feeds

Series 2

Episode 5: The Cariad Show

Duration: 20 minutes

on BBC Three

Comedy pilot featuring Cariad Lloyd playing a wide range of characters, including the unforgettable Jooooooey, Pam St Clement as you have never seen her before and Cockney Sam. Show more

Sweat the Small Stuff

Series 2

Episode 2

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Three

Nick Grimshaw hosts a panel show all about life's little annoyances, with captains Rochelle Humes from the Saturdays and Melvin Odoom, plus comedians Joe Lycett and Carl Donnelly. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Nick Grimshaw
Panellist:
Rochelle Humes
Panellist:
Melvin Odoom
Executive Producer:
Leon Wilson
Producer:
Ed Sleeman
Panellist:
Joe Lycett
Panellist:
Carl Donnelly

Genres

Greg James and Russell Kane invite celebrity guests over to their flat for chat and entertainment. With Little Mix, Wretch 32 and Rylan. James Arthur performs his new single. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Greg James
Presenter:
Russell Kane
Executive Producer:
Neil McCallum
Series Producer:
Sarah Lazenby
Participant:
Little Mix
Participant:
Rylan
Participant:
James Arthur

Unsafe Sex in the City

Series 2

Episode 4

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Three

Series following events at sexual health clinics in Leeds and Exeter. In Leeds, Sasha is concerned that her sexual health may stand in the way of her gender reassignment surgery. Show more

BBC Three

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