Rob discovers the shocking reason why an elderly man is refusing to let the council clear his house of rubbish, and Elaine is named as Harrison's scarlet woman. Show more
Antiques challenge. Paul Martin is joined by experts David Barby and Phillip Serrell at the Council House in Bristol. They find a gold watch with a mysterious history. Show more
David Barby and David Harper grapple with euros as they travel from Athlone to Kells in Ireland.
Series following some of the UK's 20,000 self-builders. A lorry driver and his wife face a difficult road self-building a new home made from polystyrene blocks in North Yorkshire. Show more
Simon King and Dave Myers delve into the world of celebration cakes and face the challenge of making a five-tier wedding cake for Helen and Johnny in Manchester. Show more
Tim Samuels visits the Scottish village of Comrie and asks the locals for their verdict on this year's Booker Prize shortlist, accompanied by several of the shortlisted authors. Show more
To mark the 70th anniversary of 1940, presenter and archaeologist Jules Hudson goes on a journey of discovery into Britain's darkest and, in the words of Winston Churchill, 'finest hour'. Show more
A look at how the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards, now a modern tank force, is still shaped and inspired by the daring charges of its cavalry past. Show more
A look at how the Coldstream Guards, who now serve as a bodyguard to the Queen, are still motivated by a history which stretches back to the English Civil War. Show more
Documentary series. Katya Adler reveals the impact of Spain's stolen baby scandal, meeting those who were separated at birth and who are now desperate to find their relatives. Show more
Joining Jools are Canadian singer-songwriter Feist, Wisconsin's Bon Iver, metal band Mastodon, Frenchman Ben L'Oncle Soul, lounge lizard Buddy Greco, and Londoner Lianne La Havas. Show more
Sitcom about a man who sees his neighbour's dog as a man in a canine costume. Enigmatic encounters with Bruce, who has history with Wilfred, serve to further confuse Ryan.
Comedy sketches with David Mitchell and Robert Webb. Features some unusual telephone services, including Wagner's operas by text. Plus, a non-relaxing massage and a short farewell. Show more
Huw Wheldon Lecture 2011 with Bettany Hughes: TV - Modern Father of History
40 minutes on BBC HD
Bettany Hughes uses the 2011 Huw Wheldon Memorial Lecture to argue that history on television is thriving and enjoying a new golden age. Show more
Acclaimed American legal drama. Patty continues to explore the secrets of the Tobins. Meanwhile, Ellen proves to be of use to Tom.
Series exploring how the human body tells the story of our evolution. Dr Alice Roberts looks at how our skeleton reveals how our ancestors stood, walked and ran for survival. Show more