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06:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [178075]
06:30 
Our world [Repris]
The Yazidi's Secret Children. Nafiseh Kohnavard has travelled to Iraq and Syria to hear from Yazidi women forced into sexual slavery by the so-called Islamic State, and who had children with their IS captors. (12+). [528336]
07:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [178895]
07:30 
Newsnight [Repris]
A look back at the best of the week's films and discussions from Newsnight. [928372]
08:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [578831]
08:30 
Click [Repris]
Click looks at whether the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been successful in helping to protect our personal data and information. [416380]
09:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [907458]
09:15 
The gaming show
The Sega Comeback?. 30 years since the mighty Mega Drive, Sega are back - but are they hooked on 90s nostalgia rather than moving forward into the 21st century?. [1363516]
09:30 
Hardtalk [Repris]
Stephen Sackur talks to newsmakers and personalities from across the globe. [427496]
10:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [910922]
10:10 
Reporters
A look back at what's been happening around the world this week. Reporters hears from the BBC's network of international correspondents. [9150274]
10:30 
The great bee adventure [Repris]
Episode Two. A fascinating two-part series which follows British broadcaster and bee enthusiast Martha Kearney's bee-keeping year. [403816]
11:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [374106]
11:15 
Africa eye
Night Runners. Night runners have been terrorising rural communities across Kenya for generations. Africa Eye investigates one of Kenya's most enduring mysteries. [2041816]
12:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [722729]
12:15 
The gaming show [Repris]
The Sega Comeback?. 30 years since the mighty Mega Drive, Sega are back - but are they hooked on 90s nostalgia rather than moving forward into the 21st century?. [8048729]
12:30 
Newsnight [Repris]
A look back at the best of the week's films and discussions from Newsnight. [354941]
13:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [281477]
13:15 
Sport today
All the latest sports news and results from around the globe. [9118090]
13:30 
Our world [Repris]
The Yazidi's Secret Children. Nafiseh Kohnavard has travelled to Iraq and Syria to hear from Yazidi women forced into sexual slavery by the so-called Islamic State, and who had children with their IS captors. (12+). [332729]
14:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [333458]
14:30 
Talking movies
Cannes Film Festival 2019. Talking Movies reports from Cannes, home to the world's most prestigious film festival. [341477]
15:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [941212]
15:15 
Sport today
All the latest sports news and results from around the globe. [8998583]
15:30 
The travel show [Repris]
Cat Moh visits Morocco where a women-only tour of the Atlas Mountains is helping reveal hidden cultures. [345293]
16:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [346922]
16:30 
Dateline London
Foreign correspondents posted to London look at events in the UK through outsiders' eyes. [712941]
17:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [760309]
17:10 
Mars uncovered: Ancient god of wine [Repris]
Bettany Hughes investigates the enduring relationship between warfare and worship, by following the trail of Mars, from Rome and Carthage to the present day. [998011]
18:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [791458]
18:30 
In business Africa [Repris]
A weekly in- depth look at the economic trends that are shaping Africa's future. Presented by Nancy Kacungira and Lerato Mbele-Roberts. [709477]
19:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [155632]
19:30 
Witness history
This month Witness History has five stories from LGBT history to mark the 50 years that have passed since the Stonewall Riots of 1969. [154903]
20:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [961816]
20:15 
Sport today
All the latest sports news and results from around the globe. [1314090]
20:30 
The travel show [Repris]
Cat Moh visits Morocco where a women-only tour of the Atlas Mountains is helping reveal hidden cultures. [150187]
21:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [955800]
21:10 
Reporters [Repris]
A look back at what's been happening around the world this week. Reporters hears from the BBC's network of international correspondents. [9234651]
21:30 
Click [Repris]
Click looks at whether the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been successful in helping to protect our personal data and information. [174767]
22:00 
World news today
The news programme for audiences who want more depth to their daily coverage. With a focus on Europe, Middle East and Africa. [164380]
22:30 
Dateline London [Repris]
Foreign correspondents posted to London look at events in the UK through outsiders' eyes. [163651]
23:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [858903]
23:15 
Africa eye [Repris]
Night Runners. Night runners have been terrorising rural communities across Kenya for generations. Africa Eye investigates one of Kenya's most enduring mysteries. [896748]
00:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [742510]
00:15 
The gaming show [Repris]
The Sega Comeback?. 30 years since the mighty Mega Drive, Sega are back - but are they hooked on 90s nostalgia rather than moving forward into the 21st century?. [1490404]
00:30 
Witness history [Repris]
This month Witness History has five stories from LGBT history to mark the 50 years that have passed since the Stonewall Riots of 1969. [3431591]
01:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [3432220]
01:30 
Our world [Repris]
The Yazidi's Secret Children. Nafiseh Kohnavard has travelled to Iraq and Syria to hear from Yazidi women forced into sexual slavery by the so-called Islamic State, and who had children with their IS captors. (12+). [3442607]
02:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [3443336]
02:30 
Talking movies [Repris]
Cannes Film Festival 2019. Talking Movies reports from Cannes, home to the world's most prestigious film festival. [3451355]
03:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [4688862]
03:15 
The gaming show [Repris]
The Sega Comeback?. 30 years since the mighty Mega Drive, Sega are back - but are they hooked on 90s nostalgia rather than moving forward into the 21st century?. [1321864]
03:30 
Dateline London [Repris]
Foreign correspondents posted to London look at events in the UK through outsiders' eyes. [3455171]
04:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [1500355]
04:15 
Africa eye [Repris]
Night Runners. Night runners have been terrorising rural communities across Kenya for generations. Africa Eye investigates one of Kenya's most enduring mysteries. [7978626]
05:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [8287423]
05:30 (06:00)
Click [Repris]
Click looks at whether the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been successful in helping to protect our personal data and information. [8280510]

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