The Wanted

The Wanted

Mondays at 9.30pm from October 24

At the start of each shift, the Serious Organised Crime Group police officers consult their list. It contains the names of all the wanted criminals in the area, suspected of a whole variety of offences, from burglary and assault to drug dealing. In this observational documentary series, officers wear special filming equipment to bring viewers closer to the action than ever before.

Dragons’ Den Series 13

Dragons’ Den

Series 13Fridays at 9.15pm from October 28

In Series 13 of Dragons’ Den we are introduced to three new Dragons – Nick Jenkins, Sarah Willingham and Touker Suleyman. They join existing Dragons Peter Jones and Deborah Meaden, as entrepreneurs enter the den to pitch their business ideas in the hope of securing investment and kick-starting their businesses.



Mondays at 9.30pm from October 10

Bold and gripping, Undercover is a new six-part thriller written by the BAFTA-winning Peter Moffat. The drama follows Maya played by Sophie Okonedo, a spirited and passionate barrister who, after years of acting as a defence lawyer, is about to become the first black Director of Public Prosecutions.

The A Word

The A Word

Wednesdays at 8.30pm from October 19

A powerful family drama about autism. This is the story of the Hughes family, who work and love and fight like every other family. Set in the idyllic landscape of the Lake District, Paul and Alison Hughes are building a life for themselves and their two children: teenage daughter Rebecca (from Alison’s first marriage) and five-year-old son Joe.

8 Out of 10 Cats

8 Out Of 10 Cats

Series 18Thursdays at 7.30pm from October 27

Jimmy Carr is back hosting the irreverent comedy panel show, 8 Out of 10 Cats, for its 17th series.

Joining him are captains Jon Richardson and Sean Lock along with celebrity guests Jerry Springer, Phil Spencer, Mel Giedroyc, Johnny Vegas, Kym Marsh and many more.

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BBC World News

Live Coverage 24/7

Reflecting the BBC’s commitment to global broadcasting we’re the leaders in global breaking news. BBC World News delivers impartial, in-depth analysis of international news including sport, weather, business, current affairs and documentaries.

For all the talk of renewables and nuclear, no one is in any doubt that the human race will continue to rely on fossil fuels for the foreseeable future. But how long can Earth's resources sustain life as we know it?