TV-opas (Maksukanavat, Britain)

    • 00:30-01:00

      In-depth interviews with the world's leading politicians, opinion-formers and key figures from culture, business and sport.

    • 01:00-01:30

      The latest news from the BBC.

    • 01:30-02:00

      Examining the business stories and economic trends that are re-shaping our world.

    • 02:00-02:30

      The latest news from the BBC.

    • 02:30-03:00

      Former Paralympian Steve Brown visits Paris ahead of the 2024 Summer Olympics and Paralympics, to find out how the Games are transforming this iconic city.

    • 03:00-03:30

      The latest news from the BBC.

    • 03:30-04:00

      Lara Lewington explores how the most advanced humanoid robots are made and Spencer Kelly meets the scientists who are turning e-waste into gold.

    • 04:00-04:30

      The latest news from the BBC.

    • 04:30-05:00

      Paul Carter goes behind-the-scenes to see how technology underpins the Olympics and Paralympics. Paul finds out about 'digital twins' of key venues and how tech is being used by athletes.

    • 05:00-05:30

      The latest news from the BBC.

    • 05:30-06:00

      Katty Kay visits Boston to meet Aly Raisman, a two-time Olympic gymnast for Team USA. They discuss Raisman's historic career, life after gymnastics and her advocation for survivors of sexual abuse.

    • 06:00-06:30

      The latest news from the BBC.

    • 06:30-07:00

      A global, topical weekly show that lifts the hood on the entertainment and news business. The Media Show explores the companies and personalities who command our attention.

    • 07:00-07:30

      The latest news from the BBC.

    • 07:30-08:00

      Former Paralympian Steve Brown visits Paris ahead of the 2024 Summer Olympics and Paralympics, to find out how the Games are transforming this iconic city.

    • 08:00-08:30

      The latest news from the BBC.

    • 08:30-09:00

      We follow a team of scientists on an expedition into a remote rainforest in Mozambique. They're hoping to prove that Mount Mabu's animals and insects are unique and in need of official protection.

    • 09:00-09:30

      The latest news from the BBC.

    • 09:30-10:00

      Lara Lewington explores how the most advanced humanoid robots are made and Spencer Kelly meets the scientists who are turning e-waste into gold.

    • 10:00-10:30

      The latest news from the BBC.

    • 10:30-11:00

      Paul Carter goes behind-the-scenes to see how technology underpins the Olympics and Paralympics. Paul finds out about 'digital twins' of key venues and how tech is being used by athletes.

    • 11:00-12:00

      The latest news from the BBC.

    • 12:00-12:30

      The latest news from the BBC.

    • 12:30-13:00

      How the shooting of former US president Donald Trump unfolded. Watch first-hand accounts from BBC journalists and eyewitnesses who were at the scene in Pennsylvania.

    • 13:00-13:30

      The latest news from the BBC.

    • 13:30-14:00

      The latest analysis on American politics.

    • 14:00-14:30

      The latest news from the BBC.

    • 14:30-15:00

      We follow a team of scientists on an expedition into a remote rainforest in Mozambique. They're hoping to prove that Mount Mabu's animals and insects are unique and in need of official protection.

    • 15:00-15:30

      The latest news from the BBC.

    • 15:30-16:00

      A BBC investigation exposes a charity's director who uses African children as props to raise thousands of pounds on social media.

    • 16:00-16:30

      The latest news from the BBC including sport.

    • 16:30-17:00

      Former Paralympian Steve Brown visits Paris ahead of the 2024 Summer Olympics and Paralympics, to find out how the Games are transforming this iconic city.

    • 17:00-17:30

      The latest news from the BBC including sport.

    • 17:30-18:00

      A global, topical weekly show that lifts the hood on the entertainment and news business. The Media Show explores the companies and personalities who command our attention.

    • 18:00-18:30

      The latest news from the BBC including sport.

    • 18:30-19:00

      Katty Kay visits Boston to meet Aly Raisman, a two-time Olympic gymnast for Team USA. They discuss Raisman's historic career, life after gymnastics and her advocation for survivors of sexual abuse.

    • 19:00-20:00

      The latest news from the BBC.

    • 20:00-20:30

      The latest news from the BBC.

    • 20:30-21:00

      We follow a team of scientists on an expedition into a remote rainforest in Mozambique. They're hoping to prove that Mount Mabu's animals and insects are unique and in need of official protection.

    • 21:00-21:30

      The latest news from the BBC.

    • 21:30-22:00

      Lara Lewington explores how the most advanced humanoid robots are made and Spencer Kelly meets the scientists who are turning e-waste into gold.

    • 22:00-22:30

      The latest news from the BBC.

    • 22:30-23:00

      Former Paralympian Steve Brown visits Paris ahead of the 2024 Summer Olympics and Paralympics, to find out how the Games are transforming this iconic city.

    • 23:00-00:00

      The latest news from the BBC.

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