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06:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [224136]
06:30 
Our world [Repris]
Australia and New Zealand; Troubled Neighbours. For decades Australians and New Zealanders have had the right to live and work in each other's country - but those rights have now been curtailed by Australia. (12+). [209827]
07:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [200556]
07:30 
Newsnight [Repris]
A look back at the best of the week's films and discussions from Newsnight. [203643]
08:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [204372]
08:30 
Click [Repris]
Click travels to Los Angeles to report on the latest developments from Adobe Max where the company will showcase their latest products and demos. [672759]
09:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [506643]
09:10 
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. [5634952]
09:30 
Hardtalk [Repris]
Stephen Sackur talks to newsmakers and personalities from across the globe. [676575]
10:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [527136]
10:10 
Simone Biles: My return to gymnastics
BBC Sports News correspondent Natalie Pirks speaks to four-time Olympic gymnastics champion Simone Biles ahead of her much-anticipated return to the world stage. [3709440]
10:30 
Connected commerce [Repris]
Part One. In the first of two special programmes, we meet the people behind a range of companies that have gone global. What are the secrets of their success?. [685223]
11:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [982049]
11:10 
Why slavery?
Maid In Hell. 2.8 million migrant women work as maids in the Middle East. They are bound to their employers under a system known as Kafala. Often trapped and abused - this is their story. [5398420]
12:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [349310]
12:10 
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. [8514778]
12:30 
Newsnight [Repris]
A look back at the best of the week's films and discussions from Newsnight. [247952]
13:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [347407]
13:15 
Sport today
All the latest sports news and results from around the globe. [5971556]
13:30 
Our world [Repris]
Australia and New Zealand; Troubled Neighbours. For decades Australians and New Zealanders have had the right to live and work in each other's country - but those rights have now been curtailed by Australia. (12+). [218440]
14:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [226469]
14:30 
Talking movies
Women and Cinema Special: Part One - Historical Pioneers. In a time of tumultuous change for women in the film industry Talking Movies, in two special edition, will report on female cinema pioneers, both past and present. [234488]
15:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [721310]
15:15 
Sport today
All the latest sports news and results from around the globe. [1493594]
15:30 
The travel show [Repris]
Join the team on their journey as they explore new destinations and uncover hidden sides to some of the world's favourite holiday hotspots. [238204]
16:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [239933]
16:30 
Dateline London
Foreign correspondents posted to London look at events in the UK through outsiders' eyes. [607310]
17:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [520643]
17:10 
Africa and Britain: A forgotten history [Repris]
Moral Mission. In part three of this groundbreaking series, historian David Olusoga explores the Victorian moral crusade against slavery. [862136]
18:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [686827]
18:30 
Our world [Repris]
Australia and New Zealand; Troubled Neighbours. For decades Australians and New Zealanders have had the right to live and work in each other's country - but those rights have now been curtailed by Australia. (12+). [694846]
19:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [544989]
19:30 
Panorama
Syria's Chemical War. Panorama investigates the use of chemical weapons in the civil war that's torn Syria apart in the last seven years. (12+). [499830]
20:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [127310]
20:15 
Sport today
All the latest sports news and results from around the globe. [8166169]
20:30 
The travel show [Repris]
Join the team on their journey as they explore new destinations and uncover hidden sides to some of the world's favourite holiday hotspots. [278374]
21:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [557662]
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. [9195466]
21:30 
Click [Repris]
Click travels to Los Angeles to report on the latest developments from Adobe Max where the company will showcase their latest products and demos. [254834]
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. [249597]
22:30 
Dateline London [Repris]
Foreign correspondents posted to London look at events in the UK through outsiders' eyes. [699038]
23:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [364914]
23:10 
Why slavery? [Repris]
Maid In Hell. 2.8 million migrant women work as maids in the Middle East. They are bound to their employers under a system known as Kafala. Often trapped and abused - this is their story. [6922778]
00:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [438860]
00:10 
Simone Biles: My return to gymnastics [Repris]
BBC Sports News correspondent Natalie Pirks speaks to four-time Olympic gymnastics champion Simone Biles ahead of her much-anticipated return to the world stage. [753686]
00:30 
Panorama [Repris]
Syria's Chemical War. Panorama investigates the use of chemical weapons in the civil war that's torn Syria apart in the last seven years. (12+). [2491860]
01:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [2409889]
01:30 
Our world [Repris]
Australia and New Zealand; Troubled Neighbours. For decades Australians and New Zealanders have had the right to live and work in each other's country - but those rights have now been curtailed by Australia. (12+). [2402976]
02:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [2403605]
02:30 
Talking movies [Repris]
Women and Cinema Special: Part One - Historical Pioneers. In a time of tumultuous change for women in the film industry Talking Movies, in two special edition, will report on female cinema pioneers, both past and present. [2411624]
03:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [2412353]
03:30 
Dateline London [Repris]
Foreign correspondents posted to London look at events in the UK through outsiders' eyes. [2482112]
04:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [9665624]
04:10 
Why slavery? [Repris]
Maid In Hell. 2.8 million migrant women work as maids in the Middle East. They are bound to their employers under a system known as Kafala. Often trapped and abused - this is their story. [3718711]
05:00 
BBC World news
The latest international news from the BBC. [3202976]
05:30 (06:00)
Click [Repris]
Click travels to Los Angeles to report on the latest developments from Adobe Max where the company will showcase their latest products and demos. [3205063]

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