Tomorrow’s Food is a cutting-edge series revealing the awe-inspiring future of tomorrow’s food.
We’re living in a world where computers can give us brand-new taste sensations; where our burger is more likely to be come from a petri dish or an insect farm than a field and where 3D printing could transform the way we cook.
Royal Navy Sailor School
Mondays at 9.30pm from August 29
Royal Navy Sailor School charts a diverse group of young men and women with their sights set on a career that will push them to the limit and take them around the globe: the Royal Navy.
With unprecedented, behind-the-scenes access to HMS Raleigh in Cornwall, Royal Navy Sailor School takes a candid look at the incredible journey that transforms them into sailors.
24 Hours in A&E
Tuesdays at 8.30pm from August 30
24 hours in A&E follows the tremendous stories of patients and medical staff in St. George’s trauma team.
8 Out of 10 Cats
Series 17Thursdays at 7.30pm from August 25
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.
Mrs Brown’s Boys
Series 2Thursdays at 8.30pm from August 11
This BAFTA-winning comedy series starring the multi-award winning Brendan O'Carroll as loud-mouthed Irish matriarch Agnes Brown, returns for its second series on UKTV.
Death In Paradise
Series 4Wednesdays at 8.30pm from August 24
Return to the idyllic Caribbean island of Saint Marie for the fourth series of sun-soaked drama, Death In Paradise starring Kris Marshall and Sara Martins.
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?