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    Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Series Premiere

    Brooklyn 99 stars comedy whiz kid Andy Samberg as man-child Jake Peralta of the 99th Precinct of the NYC Police Department, a talented, but carefree detective, and his eclectic group of colleagues, who are used to a lax work environment. However, things change when tightly-wound Captain Ray Holt takes over.

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    Documentary

    Michael Mosley's Infested: Parasites

    In this program, Michael Mosley infects himself with some of the most powerful and surprising parasites, from the tapeworm to head lice and leeches. He is carefully monitored over a period of weeks, revealing how an infestation takes hold and the effect it has on the human body.

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    Beautiful Lies

    Emilie (Audrey Tautou) receives a beautiful, but anonymous love letter. She initially throws it into the trash can, before realising that it could be the way to rescue her mother, who has become isolated and alone since the departure of her husband. She decides to send the letter on to her.

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    Documentary

    Alexander's Lost World

    In the time of the ancient Greeks, the land of Bactria was one of the richest kingdoms in the Persian empire. For Alexander the Great, taking control of the mighty Bactrian capital was of major strategic importance in the fight against his Persian enemy. 

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    Neil Armstrong: The Enigma Explained

    On the 21st July 1969 Neil Armstrong became the first person to set foot on another world. His historic first step onto the Moon not only signaled a change in human history, but in his own life as well. This is the story of Neil Armstrong, by those who loved, lived and worked with 'the first man on the Moon'.

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