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BBC Brit

00:45

8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown

Episode 2

01:45

Pride At The Apollo

Episode 1

02:25

Michael McIntyres store show

Series 4, Episode 7

04:15

8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown

Episode 2

05:05

Michael McIntyres store show

Series 4, Episode 7

06:00

Top Gear: The Races

Series 1, Episode 5

08:25

Pointless

sesong 22, episode 8

09:10

Michael McIntyres store show

Series 4, Episode 7

10:10

Michael McIntyres store show

Serien 3, avsnitt 4

13:30

Pointless

sesong 22, episode 8

14:30

Pointless

sesong 22, episode 9

16:30

Michael McIntyres store show

Series 4, Episode 7

19:00

Pointless

Series 10, Episode 8

20:00

Pointless

sesong 22, episode 8

22:00

Michael McIntyres store show

Series 4, Episode 8

23:05

Pride At The Apollo

Episode 1

23:45

8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown

Episode 2

BBC Earth

00:40

The World's Deadliest Weather

Episode 2

Hurricane Florence brings biblical flooding to North Carolina, a magnitude 7 earthquake rocks Alaska, and a surfer crashes in Nazare's colossal waves. 2/13

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01:25

Secrets of the Superfactories

Episode 1

From the humble soy bean to carbon fibre, this episode explores how McLaren supercars are made, as well as Faber-Castell pencils, STIHL chainsaws and Shoda Shoyu soy sauce. 1/8

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02:10

The Truth About Slim People

An experiment following 37-year-old Yemi and 41-year-old Anne Marie, who appear to eat what they like and have no set exercise routines, yet never put on weight.

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03:00

Attenborough and the Giant Dinosaur

Following the discovery of possibly the largest creature to have ever walked the Earth, found deep in a South American desert, sparking the greatest prehistoric detective story of our time.

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03:55

Secrets of the Dinosaur Crater

Episode 1

Sixty-six million years ago, an asteroid the size of London smashed into Earth. This was the day the dinosaurs died. How did a single impact wipe out three-quarters of all animal species? And how did the rest manage to survive? 1/1

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04:45

Coast

Bounty from the Sea

Nick is on an island odyssey in the Faroes on a mission to forage for a feast. Mark Horton heads to Denmark on a Stone Age quest, and at Orford Ness, artist Fran Crowe explains how she makes her art. 2/6

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05:35

Deadly Dinosaurs

Deadlier than the Dinosaurs

In this episode, Steve goes on a mission to uncover what was deadlier than the dinosaurs - from massive monsoons and supersized sandstorms to ballistic bacteria and gory gas. 9/10

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06:00

Deadly Dinosaurs

Backshall's Ultimate Dinosaur

In this special episode of Deadly Dinosaurs Steve Backshall looks back at the most awesome experiments over the series and chooses his highlights. 10/10

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06:25

Frozen Planet: The Making Of

Wolves in Winter

Veteran Canadian cameraman Jeff Turner has already tried to film bison wolves 15 years ago but couldn't keep up with the wolves on the ground. This time he's back with an aerial team - cameraman Mike Kelem and director Chadden Hunter. 5/6

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09:45

The World's Deadliest Weather

Episode 2

Hurricane Florence brings biblical flooding to North Carolina, a magnitude 7 earthquake rocks Alaska, and a surfer crashes in Nazare's colossal waves. 2/13

Close
10:35

Secrets of the Superfactories

Episode 1

From the humble soy bean to carbon fibre, this episode explores how McLaren supercars are made, as well as Faber-Castell pencils, STIHL chainsaws and Shoda Shoyu soy sauce. 1/8

Close
11:20

The Truth About Slim People

An experiment following 37-year-old Yemi and 41-year-old Anne Marie, who appear to eat what they like and have no set exercise routines, yet never put on weight.

Close
12:10

Attenborough and the Giant Dinosaur

Following the discovery of possibly the largest creature to have ever walked the Earth, found deep in a South American desert, sparking the greatest prehistoric detective story of our time.

Close
13:05

Secrets of the Dinosaur Crater

Episode 1

Sixty-six million years ago, an asteroid the size of London smashed into Earth. This was the day the dinosaurs died. How did a single impact wipe out three-quarters of all animal species? And how did the rest manage to survive? 1/1

Close
13:55

Coast

Bounty from the Sea

Nick is on an island odyssey in the Faroes on a mission to forage for a feast. Mark Horton heads to Denmark on a Stone Age quest, and at Orford Ness, artist Fran Crowe explains how she makes her art. 2/6

Close
14:45

The World's Deadliest Weather

Episode 2

Hurricane Florence brings biblical flooding to North Carolina, a magnitude 7 earthquake rocks Alaska, and a surfer crashes in Nazare's colossal waves. 2/13

Close
15:35

Secrets of the Superfactories

Episode 1

From the humble soy bean to carbon fibre, this episode explores how McLaren supercars are made, as well as Faber-Castell pencils, STIHL chainsaws and Shoda Shoyu soy sauce. 1/8

Close
16:20

The Truth About Slim People

An experiment following 37-year-old Yemi and 41-year-old Anne Marie, who appear to eat what they like and have no set exercise routines, yet never put on weight.

Close
17:05

Attenborough and the Giant Dinosaur

Following the discovery of possibly the largest creature to have ever walked the Earth, found deep in a South American desert, sparking the greatest prehistoric detective story of our time.

Close
18:00

Deadly Dinosaurs

Deadlier than the Dinosaurs

In this episode, Steve goes on a mission to uncover what was deadlier than the dinosaurs - from massive monsoons and supersized sandstorms to ballistic bacteria and gory gas. 9/10

Close
18:25

Secrets of the Superfactories

Episode 1

From the humble soy bean to carbon fibre, this episode explores how McLaren supercars are made, as well as Faber-Castell pencils, STIHL chainsaws and Shoda Shoyu soy sauce. 1/8

Close
19:10

Coast

Bounty from the Sea

Nick is on an island odyssey in the Faroes on a mission to forage for a feast. Mark Horton heads to Denmark on a Stone Age quest, and at Orford Ness, artist Fran Crowe explains how she makes her art. 2/6

Close
20:00

Coast

Ingenious Isles

Brendan goes on top of and even inside the mighty Cleddau Bridge in Pembrokeshire, and Nick is following the Welsh Coastal Path around Anglesey. Meanwhile, Tessa crosses the channel to visit Normandy. 3/6

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20:55

Secrets of the Dinosaur Crater

Episode 1

Sixty-six million years ago, an asteroid the size of London smashed into Earth. This was the day the dinosaurs died. How did a single impact wipe out three-quarters of all animal species? And how did the rest manage to survive? 1/1

Close
21:45

The World's Deadliest Weather

Episode 2

Hurricane Florence brings biblical flooding to North Carolina, a magnitude 7 earthquake rocks Alaska, and a surfer crashes in Nazare's colossal waves. 2/13

Close
22:35

Secrets of the Superfactories

Episode 1

From the humble soy bean to carbon fibre, this episode explores how McLaren supercars are made, as well as Faber-Castell pencils, STIHL chainsaws and Shoda Shoyu soy sauce. 1/8

Close
23:20

The Truth About Slim People

An experiment following 37-year-old Yemi and 41-year-old Anne Marie, who appear to eat what they like and have no set exercise routines, yet never put on weight.

Close

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