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Monday in Parliament
Highlights of Monday 1 July in Parliament.
Ill Gotten GainsSeries 3 Episode 6
Merseyside police are on the hunt for a missing two hundred thousand pounds: they have a suspect but need to find evidence. Plus, an inclusive football club gets money from the proceeds of crime.
The Super League Show
The top two in Super League go head to head as the leaders St Helens travel to face second placed Warrington. The teams have been leading the way since the opening rounds so a big contest is expected with some of Super League?s biggest stars on show.
Eat Well for Less?Series 6 Episode 3
Gregg and Chris are with the Carters in Belfast, an extraordinary family with a moving story, who need help with four permanently hungry children who are eating their dad out of house and home.
BBC News at Nine
The BBC News at Nine with in-depth discussion and analysis as well as breaking news.
Victoria Derbyshire presents the BBC's daily news and current affairs programme.
Wimbledon Tennis LIVEDay 2
Sue Barker introduces live coverage of the second day of play at the 2019 Wimbledon Championships at the All England Club. As usual, the defending women?s champion - Angelique Kerber - plays the first centre court match on day two. The German upset seven-time winner Serena Williams in the final last year, defeating the American star 6-3 6-3.
Today at WimbledonDay 2
Clare Balding reviews the best of the action from the second day of the 2019 Wimbledon Championships at the All England Club.
Inside the Bank of EnglandSeries 1 Episode 1
The Bank is responsible for ensuring money holds its value and it works tirelessly to protect the economy from the threat of high inflation. This is a look at how the Bank influences inflation by setting the UK?s interest rate. Filmed during May 2018, the process is shown step-by-step as Bank staff analyse the state of the UK?s finances, leading to Governor Mark Carney and other senior figures making their decision.
The day's important national and international news stories with Emily Maitlis.
The latest weather forecast.
The Flu that Killed 50 Million
It's 1918 and the end of WWI. Millions have died and the world is exhausted by war. But soon a new horror is sweeping the world. A terrifying virus that will kill more than fifty million people: The Spanish Flu.
Who Should Get to Stay in the UK?Series 1 Episode 2
Shankea is an illegal immigrant. She came to the UK 17 years ago to live with her Jamaican father but an initial visa application made by her father on Shankea?s behalf, was refused. Nancy has lived in Britain since she was six years old and has brought up her children here, but her only proof of British citizenship was a stamp in her Gambian passport, which was stolen from her car along with her handbag.
The Customer is Always RightSeries 1 Episode 4
The customers unbox, test and score a portable mug tray, a DIY beauty kit and a back massager.
This Is BBC TWO
Preview of upcoming programmes from BBC Two.