A celebration of children's performing talents across the UK. A group of children in Wales rock 'n' roll on a farm.
Diddy Dick and Dom live in a pink cupboard. Nobody knows they live there, which is probably just as well!
An extended cut of the satirical current affairs quiz, featuring team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton.
Topical news quiz with guest presenter Michael Aspel. Team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton are joined by Sara Cox and Reginald D Hunter.
Cosmetic enhancement may be chiefly associated with the last 30 years, but surgeons have long been fascinated with the idea of re-sculpting the human form, blurring the line between medicine and art. Here, Michael Mosely traces the often bizarre history of the controversial practice, from ancient reconstruction attempts to 21st-century Botox.
First shown on BBC4
Repeated on Wednesday at 11.20pm on BBC4
Series about the history of surgery continues with a look at the development of plastic surgery, which started over 400 years ago with a spate of botched nose jobs. Show more
Mathew is in a mood; but fortunately for him, James has a very special surprise in store. Meanwhile, a bank job is interrupted by a mobile-phone problem and the Burger Boys visit the dentist.
Featuring a guest appearance by Paul Whitehouse.
First shown on BBC3
Sketch show with Mathew Horne and James Corden. A bank job is interrupted when someone needs a phone charger, while the Burger Boys visit the dentist with disastrous results. Show more
Tim Marlow presents from the Manchester International Festival, examining the collaboration between indie band Elbow and the Halle Orchestra.
Shown last Wednesday
Tim Marlow presents from Albert Square in the final week, and looks at the collaboration between Elbow and the Halle. Tom Dyckhoff reviews Zaha Hadid's new chamber music hall. Show more
Bittersweet comedy drama. As a vain middle-aged woman prepares to undergo plastic surgery, her two grown-up daughters seem to have inherited her self-absorbed attitude.
Review page 34. (2001, 15)
Family-oriented drama about a mother (Brenda Blethyn), her two grown-up daughters (Catherine Keener and Emily Mortimer), and a third adopted child who is just eight years old. Show more
Unsettling Norwegian black comedy drama starring Trond Fausa Aurvag. Amnesiac Andreas settles slowly into a new, ordered life, but comes to realise the more sinister aspects of what everyone else deems a utopia.
In Norwegian with English subtitles.
Review page 34. (2006, 15)
Black comedy in which a middle-aged man arrives in a mysterious and idyllic city, but begins to realise there's something decidedly sinister about his new surroundings. Show more
Featuring highlights of recent races and profiles of the drivers.