Doctor Who S11 Available on demand from Mon, 8 Oct
BBC First HD Ch 522
The series returns for an eleventh series with a new team and new Doctor Who, Jodie Whittaker!
Flatpack Empire Premieres 23 Oct, every Tue, 9.55pm
BBC Earth (HD) Ch 407
IKEA is undoubtedly one of the world’s most successful, enigmatic, and recognisable global brands - last year nearly 900 million people in 49 countries visited its stores. In a major three-part series, Flatpack Empire explores the world of IKEA, from the design studios to factories and stores, for the very first time.
The Graham Norton Show S24 Premieres 3 Oct, every Wed, 9.20pm
BBC Lifestyle (HD) Ch 432
Award-winning international success Graham Norton returns to our screens with a new series of The Graham Norton Show, focusing on people, trends, stories and aspects of celebrity culture that interest him the most. Graham’s razor-edged comedy captivates audiences around the globe.
Secrets Of The World's Super Skyscrapers Premieres 9 Oct, every Tue, 8.05pm
BBC Earth (HD) Ch 407
There are now over 100 buildings in the world over 300 metres and that figure is growing rapidly. In this unique series, Rob Bell reveals the inner workings of these extraordinary constructions as they push the limits of engineering, technology and design to become taller, stronger, smarter and more luxurious than ever before.
Ruff Ruff, Tweet and Dave S2
Premieres 26 Oct, every Mon-Fri, 9.35am
CBeebies (HD) Ch 303
Ruff-Ruff is a puppy who’s always running around sniffing out fun things to do. Tweet is a fluffy yellow bird who loves to sing and Dave is a quirky, inventive blue panda. Together, with Hatty the Hamster, who arrives in his Spin-Again spinning craft, they go on fun-filled adventures in fantastical lands, where they play games and make exciting discoveries!
Why Slavery? Premieres 20 Oct, every Sat, 5.10pm
BBC World News (HD) Ch 701
Five documentary films uncover the lives of men, women and children living as modern day slaves in all corners of the world. Whether it is the deeply flawed Kafala System in the Middle East or the prolific number of children bought and sold in India, the Why Slavery? series will shine a light on the millions of lives lived in the shadows of enslavement.
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