Stella and the residents of Pontyberry are back for another series of fun, drama and laughter! With all her children and grandchildren back living with her, the family home is bursting at the seams – just as she likes it!
Series FinaleTuesday at 8.30pm on November 24
Set in Aidensfield, Sgt Miller finds himself making difficult choices when the murder of an insurance salesman produces some remarkable suspects. An unusual robbery puts the locals in peril and Peggy’s new enterprise continues to prove problematic for Ventress.
In the series finale the arrival of a mysterious stranger sets off a treacherous chain of events in Aidensfield. Could this be the end for a much loved favourite?
Series 2Mondays at 9.30pm from December 14
Stephen Tompkinson returns as the tenacious and stubborn Chief Inspector Alan Banks in series two of DCI Banks, bringing more chilling crime stories.
24 Hours in A&E
Series 4Tuesdays at 8.30pm from November 3
At a time when the future of the health service is headline news, the Royal Television Society Award-winning 24 Hours in A&E returns to reveal the reality on the frontline of the NHS.
Hunters of the South Seas
New Zealand PremiereSaturdays at 8.30pm from November 21
Hunters of the South Seas follows writer and explorer Will Millard as he lives for a month at a time with three remote communities in the Coral Triangle, who have adapted to ocean life like nowhere else on the planet.
Who Do You Think You Are USA
Series 4Fridays at 8.30pm from November 20
The American version of this inspiring and informative series, based on the award-winning hit British show, takes viewers on a personal journey into the pasts of well-known US celebrities, sharing their emotion and surprise as they uncover the stories that lie at the heart of their family history.
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?