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BBC Brit

01:05

8 Out of 10 Cats

Series 18, Episode 3

Jimmy Carr presides over team captains Jon Richardson and Sean Lock along with guests Craig Revel Horwood, Roisin Conaty, Rob Delaney and Tom Rosenthal in the popular quiz show. 3/12

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01:40

Rude(ish) Tube

Series 1, Episode 9

Comedy clips showcasing amusing internet videos, including an astonishing car tyre change, Darth Vader writing a song, and a brother and sister's visit to the dentist. 9/60

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02:05

Pointless

Series 5, Episode 27

14/50

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02:50

Pointless

Series 5, Episode 28

14/50

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04:20

Top Gear: The Races

Series 1, Episode 3

A compilation of the most exciting races that have taken place on the motoring show. 3/7

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06:00

Rude(ish) Tube

Series 1, Episode 37

Comedy clip show highlighting amusing internet videos. 37/60

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06:25

Pointless

Series 5, Episode 50

14/50

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07:10

Pointless

Series 5, Episode 51

14/50

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07:50

Pointless

Series 5, Episode 52

14/50

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10:10

Come Dine With Me

Series 8, Episode 87

87/50

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10:35

Rude(ish) Tube

Series 1, Episode 37

Comedy clip show highlighting amusing internet videos. 37/60

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11:00

Pointless

Series 5, Episode 28

14/50

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12:30

Top Gear: The Races

Series 1, Episode 4

A compilation of the most exciting races that have taken place on the motoring show. 4/7

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13:15

Richard Hammond's Crash Course

Demolition

Richard learns how to skilfully demolish buildings using a track hoe and the mighty wrecking ball. 5/6

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14:05

Richard Hammond's Crash Course

Salvage Yard

Richard joins a group of salvagers who work off the Gulf Coast and learns to operate the crane, the claw and the electro-magnet. 6/6

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14:50

James May: The Reassembler

Electric Guitar

James concludes his quest with an electric guitar. James hopes he put all the bits together correctly as he gets ready to perform one of most unexpected guitar solos of all time. 3/3

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16:20

World's Deadliest Drivers

Series 1, Episode 3

This episode includes motorbike fails, icy encounters and animal antics - as well as some breathtaking personal accounts of the incidents. 3/13

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16:45

Top Gear: The Races

Series 1, Episode 4

A compilation of the most exciting races that have taken place on the motoring show. 4/7

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17:35

Car Crash TV

Series 1, Episode 3

Featuring footage from dash cams around the world that have captured just about every bizarre and downright dangerous automotive mishap imaginable. 3/10

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17:55

Pointless

Series 5, Episode 28

14/50

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18:40

Top Gear: The Races

Series 1, Episode 5

A compilation of the most exciting races that have taken place on the motoring show. 5/7

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21:15

Pointless

Series 5, Episode 29

14/50

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22:00

New: Tribal Bootcamp

Tagbanua, Philippines

Joel travels to the most remote islands of the Philippines, home to the hunter-gatherer Tagbanua tribe, where he learns how to free-dive and scale precarious cliffs. 2/6

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23:40

Life Inside Jail: Hell on Earth

Part 1

Correctional Officers at Albany jail are challenged by the arrival of seven senior gangsters transferred from New York's most notorious prison, Rikers Island. Part 1/2. 1/2

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BBC Earth

00:35

Blue Planet II

Big Blue

The big blue is the world's greatest wilderness, far from shore and many kilometres deep. It's a vast marine desert where there is little to eat and nowhere to hide. Yet it's home to some of the biggest and most spectacular creatures on earth. 4/7

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01:35

The End of the Solar System

This documentary meets the astronomers searching the skies for spectacular cosmic events and recreates the hellish conditions our world may face in its last moments.

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02:30

Should We Go to Mars? - The Big Think

Dr Kevin Fong, who has a diverse background in astrophysics, aeronautics and medicine, offers a guide through the challenges faced when attempting to send astronauts to Mars. Is the possible benefit worth the risk? And is it really achievable?

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03:25

Mars: A Traveller's Guide

The dream of sending humans to Mars is closer than ever before. But with towering volcanoes, deep valleys and hidden underground caverns to explore, where should the first explorers go and what would they need to survive?

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04:15

Clean Eating: The Dirty Truth

Imagine if the food you eat could 'clean' your body and make you feel well. Dr Giles Yeo investigates the diet craze and social media sensation known as 'clean eating'.

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05:10

Africa: The Future

The important and ultimately hopeful story of the future of the greatest wildlife continent on earth.

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06:00

Life

Plants

Using the latest time-lapse technology, witness the wonders of the Venus flytrap, Boston ivy, and the bizarre dragon's blood tree. 9/10

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06:50

Mars: A Traveller's Guide

The dream of sending humans to Mars is closer than ever before. But with towering volcanoes, deep valleys and hidden underground caverns to explore, where should the first explorers go and what would they need to survive?

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09:20

Africa: The Future

The important and ultimately hopeful story of the future of the greatest wildlife continent on earth.

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10:10

Rise of the Continents

The Americas

Iain uncovers clues hidden within the New York skyline, the anatomy of American alligators and inside Bolivian silver mines, to reconstruct how North and South America were created. 3/4

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11:00

Things You Need to Know

Series 1, Episode 1

James May goes on an intriguing journey to answer the big questions in life as he investigates the universe, the human body and the weather. 1/30

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11:10

Mars: A Traveller's Guide

The dream of sending humans to Mars is closer than ever before. But with towering volcanoes, deep valleys and hidden underground caverns to explore, where should the first explorers go and what would they need to survive?

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12:50

Life

Plants

Using the latest time-lapse technology, witness the wonders of the Venus flytrap, Boston ivy, and the bizarre dragon's blood tree. 9/10

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14:30

Rise of the Continents

The Americas

Iain uncovers clues hidden within the New York skyline, the anatomy of American alligators and inside Bolivian silver mines, to reconstruct how North and South America were created. 3/4

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16:10

Africa: The Future

The important and ultimately hopeful story of the future of the greatest wildlife continent on earth.

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17:05

Clean Eating: The Dirty Truth

Imagine if the food you eat could 'clean' your body and make you feel well. Dr Giles Yeo investigates the diet craze and social media sensation known as 'clean eating'.

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18:00

Bang Goes the Theory

Food

With the recent horsemeat scandal fresh in our minds, the team ask how much we really know about what's on our dinner plate. 5/8

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18:30

Life

Primates

Follow the antics of the chest-beating gorillas in the Congo and the shark egg hunting chacma baboons of South Africa in this episode about primates. 10/10

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19:20

Things You Need to Know

Series 1, Episode 1

James May goes on an intriguing journey to answer the big questions in life as he investigates the universe, the human body and the weather. 1/30

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21:05

Clean Eating: The Dirty Truth

Imagine if the food you eat could 'clean' your body and make you feel well. Dr Giles Yeo investigates the diet craze and social media sensation known as 'clean eating'.

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22:00

World's Busiest Cities

Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a vast city that's driven by trade and commerce and facing an uncertain future. While Ade discovers residents living in tiny cupboard-sized spaces, Anita learns about the city's traditions - from bamboo scaffolding to banishing bad spirits. 1/4

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22:50

Mars: A Traveller's Guide

The dream of sending humans to Mars is closer than ever before. But with towering volcanoes, deep valleys and hidden underground caverns to explore, where should the first explorers go and what would they need to survive?

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23:40

Life

Primates

Follow the antics of the chest-beating gorillas in the Congo and the shark egg hunting chacma baboons of South Africa in this episode about primates. 10/10

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