Imogen risks breaking the terms of her community payback to help a fellow offender. Attending a meeting of the British Pride Party empowers Trevor. Show more
Antiques series. Paul Martin and experts Mark Stacey and Catherine Southon value collectibles in Dover, where Mark is impressed by a charity shop find. Show more
Period drama series. Connie becomes concerned that a young evacuee is in danger. Joyce is still in shock, and Lady Ellen decides to show Jack her warm side. Show more
Wildlife series. Steve goes nose-to-nose with a living dinosaur and meets an arachnid with legs four times longer than its body in the Philippines. Show more
Michael Portillo visits the Royal Observatory at Greenwich to see how the railways standardised time and explores the historic dockyards at Chatham. Show more
Series combining stunning wildlife with high-octane adventure. The team pushes further into the jungle wilderness, while base camp is invaded by scorpions and poisonous centipedes. Show more
Concluding the series, Rageh Omaar analyses key events of the later part of Muhammad's life, including the introduction of the Sharia moral code and the concept of jihad. Show more
Jazz celebrates her birthday with her father but Bev is horrified at Jazz's choice of present. Jazz and Bev go on holiday to Marrakech for some mother-daughter bonding. Show more
Jools Holland introduces archive footage from three of the stars of 2008 as Mika, Kate Nash and Adele perform in the Later studio.
Jools Holland introduces songs from Paul Simon and Yusuf Islam, the artist previously known as Cat Stevens.
Science fiction drama. As the Torchwood team is reunited, Jack realises he is the most vulnerable man on Earth - and a flight to the USA turns into a desperate battle for survival.
Oz Clarke and Hugh Dennis scour the British Isles for the best independent drinks. In England's south they find offal- and jellyfish-flavoured beer and lauded sparkling wines. Show more