Live second round action continues in Sheffield as the Crucible plays host to its 35th World Championship. Matches are played over three sessions and are the best-of-25 frames.
Second round action continues in Sheffield, where a total prize fund of 1.1 million pounds is up for grabs. Matches are played over three sessions and are the best-of-25 frames. Show more
Antiques series. Catherine Southon and Jonty Hearnden face their greatest challenge yet as their last remaining items go under the hammer at the Showdown Auction. Show more
Dermot Murnaghan hosts the show in which teams from all over the UK take on probably the greatest quiz team in Britain, made up of some of the country's top quiz champions. Show more
Series following Venice's emergency and public services. Venetians and visitors turn out in their thousands to celebrate the ancient tradition of rowing. Show more
Julia Bradbury follows in fell walker and author Alfred Wainwright's footsteps and climbs to the summit of High Street, the most well-trodden high ground in the Lakes. Show more
Chefs battle for the chance to cook an Olympic banquet. Here, two North East chefs cook their entire menus for judges Prue Leith, Matthew Fort and Oliver Peyton. Show more
John Humphrys puts the questions to five more contenders in the last semi-final. Subjects include Harold Macmillan, Sir Isaac Newton, the Cayman Islands and Band of Brothers. Show more
Rachel de Thame joins Monty at Longmeadow to give a helping hand, Carol visits a collection of euphorbias in South Yorkshire, and Joe talks to Charles Rutherfoord. 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
In a special edition of the quiz for the Cultural Olympiad, Stephen Fry investigates the Immortal Bard with Sue Perkins, Bill Bailey, David Mitchell and Alan Davies.
Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer host the comedy quiz. Captains Ulrika Jonsson and Jack Dee welcome guests James Martin, Brigitte Nielsen, Graeme Hawley and Ross Noble. Show more
A performance by Jimmy Cliff and Jools Holland of Many Rivers to Cross, from May 2008.
Performing in the studio are Jack White, Norah Jones, Alabama Shakes, The Chieftains, Secret Sisters, Carolina Chocolate Drops, and Canadian artist and musician Grimes. Show more
The thriller reaches an explosive conclusion as Amelia takes matters into her own hands. She makes contact with Jim, who races to collect her, placing his life in the balance. Show more