BBC Entertainment

  • Doctor Who: The Time of the Doctor

    Premieres Friday 18 April at 8.30pm (JKT/BKK); 7.30pm (SIN/HK); 9.30pm (KOR).

    The Time Lord is back!

    The massed forces of the universe's deadliest alien species have gathered on a quiet backwater planet, drawn to a mysterious message that echoes out to the stars. Among them is the Doctor, who has rescued Clara from a family Christmas dinner to help him discover what this signal means for his own fate and for that of the universe.

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    Spectacular sci-fi

  • The Graham Norton Show (S15)

    Premieres 19 April. Saturdays at 9.00pm (JKT/BKK); 10.00pm (SIN/HK); 11.00pm (KOR).

    British comedian Graham Norton presents a brand new season of his BAFTA award-winning chat show that focuses on the people, trends and stories that dominate the world of celebrity culture and entertainment.

    Featuring trademark Norton comedy monologues and sparkling chat with big-name stars, get ready for big laughs and juicy gossip.

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    Star talk…

  • Scott & Bailey (S2)

    Fridays at 8.00pm (JKT/BKK); 9.00pm (SIN/HK); 10.00pm (KOR).

    The crime-cracking duo return.

    In this series, Janet and Rachel deal with the brutal murders of two men. At the same time, Janet splits with her husband and struggles to run her family without his support, while Rachel is invited to work on a high profile case with her boss DCI Gill Murray. And Rachel's wayward brother turns up on her doorstep. Can she trust him?

    Honest, powerful and true to life, Scott & Bailey is a refreshing take on crime drama.

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    Crime time…

BBC Knowledge

  • David Attenborough’s Natural Curiosity

    Premieres 17 April. Sundays at 8.30pm (JKT/BKK); 9.30pm (SIN/HK); 10.30pm (KOR).

    David Attenborough has spent a lifetime documenting the natural world.

    Filmed on location in the UK, each episode of this fascinating series explores the stories behind two natural curiosities, linked together by a common theme.

    David’s gift for storytelling, combined with wonderful images of the animal subjects, creates a television series unlike any other he has made before.

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    Wildlife wonders…

  • Factomania (S1)

    Premieres 20 April. Sundays at 7.10pm (JKT/BKK); 8.10pm (SIN/HK); 9.10pm (KOR).

    Want to know why there are dinosaurs in your garden, how Vikings were the world’s first metrosexuals, why two thousand strains of bacteria live in your belly button, how beer is the bedrock of civilisation and how to build a hoverboard?

    Hosts Dominic Byrne (Mr Curious), Fran Scott (Bold Experimentalist) and Greg Foot (Daredevil Scientist) reveal the world’s most incredible facts through explosive experiments, amazing animated tales and strange stunts.

    Factomania really will help you get your facts straight!

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    Factual revelations…

  • Africa: The Future

    Premieres Sunday 20 April at 8.00pm (JKT/BKK); 9.00pm (SIN/HK); 10.00pm (KOR).

    Over 80 years of wildlife filmmaking, the BBC Natural History Unit has chronicled the greatest changes in a continent that the world has ever seen.

    With more than a billion people, Africa might now be at its tipping point, but it is also the one continent that has not lost its biggest animals – despite the fact that mankind has lived here longer than anywhere else on the planet!

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    Portrait of a compelling continent…

  • Road to Rio

    Premieres 23 April. Wednesdays at 9.45pm (JKT/BKK); 10.45pm (SIN/HK); 11.45pm (KOR).

    Road to Rio follows comedians Mark Watson and Henning Wehn as they drive through South America ahead of the biggest event in the world’s footballing calendar, the FIFA World Cup, culminating in a final episode in Rio.

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    Football voyage…

  • Bill Bailey's Jungle Hero

    Premieres 24 April. Thursdays at 8.55pm (JKT/BKK); 9.55pm (SIN/HK); 10.55pm (KOR).

    Join comedian Bill Bailey on an exotic and thrilling adventure to retrace the steps of the greatest unsung hero of natural history and exploration.

    Bringing together history, nature and science, Bill tells the extraordinary story of Alfred Wallace, the most incredible naturalist who changed the way we see life on Earth but has since been written out of history.

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    The life and times of a naturalist guru…

  • Bang Goes the Theory (S7)

    Double bills, Tuesdays at 8.00pm (JKT/BKK); 9.00pm (SIN/HK); 10.00pm (KOR).

    Content-rich and authoritative yet full of high energy, irreverence and humour, this is the show that explains the world we live in, and what's going to change it.

    A blend of family-relevant stories, spectacular stunts and competitive team challenges, Bang Goes the Theory is hosted by a gang of presenters who are passionate about science and happy to share their knowledge, banter and experiments.

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    Science matters…

  • Polar Bear Family & Me

    Thursdays at 8.55pm (JKT/BKK); 9.55pm (SIN/HK); 10.55pm (KOR).

    Polar bears are one of the most iconic animals on earth, and yet we know so little about them.

    Wildlife cameraman Gordon Buchanan embarks on an ambitious and dangerous mission – to gain the trust of a family of polar bears and observe the life of these enigmatic and deadly animals as never before, over the course of a whole year.

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    Beastly kinship…

  • Museum Secrets (S3)

    Fridays at 8.00pm (JKT/BKK); 9.00pm (SIN/HK); 10.00pm (KOR).

    In each episode, Museum Secrets travels to one extraordinary museum, revealing the stories of irreplaceable treasures, probing familiar legends and using cutting-edge research and technology to investigate the unknown.

    Combining revelations about things we all recognise with surprises about things we’ve never seen before, highlights of this series include the search for King Herod’s tomb and discovering the connection between an ancient amulet and Star Trek’s Mr. Spock.

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    Historic unknowns…

BBC Lifestyle

  • Rachel Khoo's Kitchen Notebook: Cosmopolitan Cook

    Tuesdays at 7.00pm (JKT/BKK); 8.00pm (SIN/HK)

    Rachel Khoo travels to some of the most beautiful foodie destinations in Europe.

    Along the way, the acclaimed cook and food journalist demonstrates how simple it is to capture the flavour of some of Europe’s most exciting culinary hotspots in our own kitchens.

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    Culinary tour…

  • The Great British Bake Off Special: Easter 2013

    Premieres Friday 18 April at 7.25pm (JKT/BKK); 8.25pm (SIN/HK).

    The Great British Bake Off judges, Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood, showcase some of their favourite Easter recipes.

    In a step-by-step guide, they demonstrate how to make the ultimate hot cross buns, a classic simnel cake, delicious chocolate custard tarts and a lemon meringue nest.

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    Sweet bites…

  • The Great British Bake Off (S3): Revisited

    Premieres Wednesday 23 April at 7.25pm (JKT/BKK); 8.25pm (SIN/HK).

    In 2012, a group of baking enthusiasts from all over Britain came together for over six challenging weeks to battle it out for the coveted title of The Great British Bake Off champion.

    Judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood share their own personal accounts and memories from the series, as well as catching up with the bakers to hear the highs and lows of their journey, where are they now and how The Great British Bake Off changed their lives.

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    Back to baking…

  • MasterChef – The Professional (S5)

    Tuesdays at 9.05pm (JKT/BKK); 10.05pm (SIN/HK).

    The hunt is back on for a young chef who has what it takes to make it to the top of the culinary world.

    Legendary double-Michelin starred chef Michel Roux Jr is joined by his trusted sous chef Monica Galetti and MasterChef judge and ingredients expert Gregg Wallace in this exciting, nerve-wracking search to find the professional kitchen stars of the future.

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    Looking for cooking greats…

  • The Great British Bake Off (S3): Masterclass

    Wednesdays at 7.25pm (JKT/BKK); 8.25pm (SIN/HK).

    Join the ultimate baking masterclass with The Great British Bake Off judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood.

    Talking viewers through every step of the technical recipes of the series, they show exactly how to avoid the mistakes some of the bakers made. They also reveal, for the first time ever, which signature bakes they would have chosen if they had been in the bakers' shoes.

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    Baking know-how…

CBeebies

  • The Numtums (S1)

    Weekdays at 10.45am (JKT/BKK); 11.45am (SIN/HK).

    Meet the Numtums – they're furry and they're fun!

    Join our spirited gang as they take us on lively, animated adventures set in the small but perfectly formed world of Gumnut Gorge. At the heart of every story is a problem or a puzzle that our close-knit community resolve with their help from their favourite comic hero, Super Numtum!

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    Number fun for little ones…

BBC World News

  • Newsday

    Weekdays at 6am, 7am & 8am.

    Newsday is co-presented live from Singapore and London. Babita Sharma and Rico Hizon deliver an overview of the day’s big news stories, as well as the latest business and sports updates, each weekday.

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    Top news stories live from Singapore and London...

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    Factomania

    From Sunday 20 April at 8.10pm (SIN/HK) on BBC Knowledge.

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    Tuesdays at 8.00pm (SIN/HK) on BBC Lifestyle.

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