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2012/2013 - 20/05/2013Sport - 1h - Broadcast on 20-05-13 at 12:50Manish Bhasin presents the best of the action from the Football League play-offs. After the disappointment of missing out on automatic promotion on the last day of the season, Brentford have a second chance as the Bees meet Yeovil in the League One final at Wembley. And there are extended highlights from the League Two play-off final as League Cup finalists Bradford meet Northampton Town.
Series 17 - Episode 23Documentary - 1h - Broadcast on 20-05-13 at 10:00Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a mid-terrace in Birmingham, a property in London and a house in Cumbria.All of these properties have been sold at auction; Martin and Lucy find out who bought them, and what they paid when they went under the hammer.
Series 6 - Episode 21Documentary - 45min - Broadcast on 20-05-13 at 09:15Documentary series. A train driver collapses at the controls, and a group of passengers fight to save his life. High in the Dales, a little girl is badly hurt in a farm accident.
2013 - 6. Le MansSport - 1h45min - Broadcast on 20-05-13 at 00:30Matt Roberts presents live coverage of round four of the MotoGP World Championship from Le Mans in France. Last time out in Jerez it was an all-Spanish affair with Dani Pedrosa taking the top step of the podium. Meanwhile the battle for second ended controversially with Marc Marquez and Jorge Lorenzo making contact at the final corner.
19/05/2013Sport - 45min - Broadcast on 19-05-13 at 22:25BBC Scotland's weekly round-up of all the action from the weekend's Clydesdale Bank Premier League games, presented by Rob Maclean.
Series 2 - 1. Started Early, Took My DogDrama / Soap - 1h30min - Broadcast on 19-05-13 at 20:30Jackson helps a young woman find her parents, and in doing so unearths a shocking discovery, one that takes him into the heart of a 35-year-old crime. Meanwhile, a retired policewoman needs Jackson's help with a little girl.
Series 35 - 23. Stowe House 2Documentary - 1h - Broadcast on 19-05-13 at 19:30A second visit for Fiona Bruce and the experts at Stowe School in Buckinghamshire brings thousands of visitors eager to discover more about their heirlooms. Featured on the programme are an MBE awarded to the surgeon who operated on George VI at Buckingham Palace and bestowed by the king in his dressing gown; a single plate from 'the finest porcelain dinner service ever made', worth five figures, which must represent one of the best-ever returns on investment; plus racing driver Jackie Stewart brings in two silver cups awarded for his prowess at a very different sport. Perhaps most memorable though must be the show closer, which features a remarkable series of stories of animal service in wartime, complete with a knockout valuation.
Henley-on-ThamesDocumentary - 1h - Broadcast on 19-05-13 at 18:30Matt Baker and Julia Bradbury head to the Thames Valley, on the doorstep of London but far away from the madding crowd. This picturesque countryside has at its heart the river that bears its name. Matt takes to the water with an Olympian to find out what makes Henley-on-Thames such a breeding ground for gold medal winning rowers. Meanwhile, Julia is at Burnham Beeches on the hunt for giant wood ants with an unusual defence mechanism which led to the discovery of formic acid. John Craven visits the Household Cavalry as they take part in an equine health survey launched by the charity Blue Cross. Elsewhere, Tom Heap is on the south west coast to find out why our seabirds are in decline; and down on the farm, Adam's Highland bull Eric is causing a bit of a stir.
Pentecost PraiseLifestyle - 35min - Broadcast on 19-05-13 at 16:25David Grant is in Brighton for Pentecost Sunday, the birthday of the church, to meet worship leader Stuart Townend, who performs his thought-provoking song Vagabonds, and to introduce contemporary praise from Lou Fellingham and Phatfish.
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What launched as the world’s first, regular, high- image- resolution broadcast service, BBC One continues its tradition of providing uninterrupted television programming. Today, BBC One offers shows ranging in genre-- from comedy, drama and documentaries to film, news and sports. Popular shows include EastEnders, Match of the Day, Doctor Who and Sunday Politics. Through its broadcast of Britain’s most rated, recommended and loved shows, BBC One strives to maintain its place as the BBC’s main source of television programming..