The infamous battle of Fallujah is told by eye witness accounts form journalists, soldiers and civilians.
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The barristers examine a case from 1891 where a turbulent relationship resulted in a husband being convicted and executed for murdering his wife.
Documentary series looking at a family of meerkats living on the edge of the Kalahari Desert. In this episode, Flower gives birth to her latest litter, but when the group head out for the day's foraging, two inexperienced males are left in charge.
Michael Portillo's 2500-mile railway tour of South East Asia reaches its southern most point in Indonesia. His journey begins on the island of Java at the heart of this archipelago nation, the world's fourth most populous. In the heaving megacity of Jakarta, the capital, Michael uncovers Indonesia's colonial past as part of a Dutch empire and its rich history as a port and centre of the spice trade. He negotiates the city's infamous traffic, takes a ride on the newly launched MRT metro and dines like a local, on Jakarta's famous street food. On a trip out of the city, he finds out how Bogor's Botanical Gardens, now a centre of research and conservation, were developed by Englishman, Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles, once Governor of Java.
The Budget, Huawei, Black Lives Matter and domestic abuse have occupied much of Parliament's time when it hasn't been dealing with the coronavirus pandemic. Alicia McCarthy looks back at how Westminster has tackled these and other big stories, including Britain's relations with Russia and China.
Patrick Stewart narrates a landmark three-part series on the world's last mountain gorillas. This edition follows the plight of some of the youngest and most vulnerable of the mountain gorilla population. Includes the two young orphans whose mothers were callously murdered in execution-style killings, the young female battling with new emotions, and the new gorilla king struggling to keep hold of the group he fought so hard to win. Discover how they cope in this exploration of what the future holds for the remaining last few hundred mountain gorillas.
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Jeremy Vine hosts the show where every day a new team of challengers take on probably the greatest quiz team in Britain. Can today's challengers triumph or will the cash prize roll over to the next show?
Documentary series looking at a family of meerkats living on the edge of the Kalahari Desert. Flower's new litter ventures outside for the first time to learn about the world they inhabit in the Kalahari.
Mark Gatiss, Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith present a look at Victoria's take on TV.
UNIVERSITY CHALLENGE Students representing the University of Reading compete with Birkbeck College, London in another first round match. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions.
America would eventually leave Iraq, but when ISIS emerge to take over huge swathes of the country, the US are forced back to confront the brutal legacy of the 2003 invasion.
Dara O Briain and Hugh Dennis check out another week's events with the help of guests Tom Allen, Ed Gamble, Milton Jones, Zoe Lyons and Geoff Norcott.
The chef visits Berlin, a place full of innovative chefs, where he soaks up the city's long and turbulent history, and explores some of the cutting-edge cuisine on offer, before cooking up a classic German apple cake.
The day's important national and international news stories. With Kirsty Wark.
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Matt Baker and Margherita Taylor visit Wisley and Ockham Common in Surrey.
Nick Knowles challenges more talented artists to make something amazing for the homes of people they've never met. Today's artists travel to Birmingham. It's a galactic brief from the buyer, who, born on the weekend of the moon landings, wants to mark her 50th birthday year with something out of this world. Will one of the arty trio be able to create what she's looking for?
With eight cooks remaining, it's time for the first semi-final.
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