Julia tries to help an eccentric homeless man with no shoes in the depths of winter. The gang throw Ruth a surprise party at The Icon to celebrate her last day. Show more
Paul Martin is joined by experts Mark Stacey and Adam Partridge in the university city of Bangor, north Wales. Mark finds a silver purse and Adam values a French violin. Show more
It's the grand final of the contest to find Britain's best family of cooks, with three families battling for the title. Plus actor Neil Morrissey plates up his Moroccan mangler. Show more
Dermot Murnaghan hosts a celebrity special of the quiz show. Can a team of house and garden experts triumph over the general knowledge Goliaths? Show more
When word goes around town that Old Heptonstall is looking for volunteers, Hobbo and his army of volunteers, namely Alvin and Entwistle, go and visit him. Show more
Documentary featuring the fascinating lives of Britain's beautiful butterflies filmed in exquisite detail, and also a celebration of their enduring appeal to the British people. Show more
Nigel Slater creates simple meals from ingredients that are often overlooked. In this episode, Nigel proves that adventurous does not have to mean complicated. Show more
Composer Howard Goodall uncovers the surprising and often secret history of the Christmas carol including how, over the centuries, carols have been banned by both church and state. Show more
Stephen Fry asks unanswerable questions about Holidays, with Bill Bailey, Rich Hall, Rob Brydon and Alan Davies.
Stand-up comedy from the world-famous Hammersmith Apollo. Scottish comic Kevin Bridges introduces sets from Shappi Khorsandi and Jack Whitehall.
Drama starring David Walliams as the comedian Frankie Howerd, looking at the relationship with his long-term, long-suffering manager and partner, Dennis Heymer. Show more
On the second leg of his illuminating journey across Africa, Jonathan Dimbleby travels 2000 miles through East Africa's Rift Valley, starting in Ethiopia. Show more