Historical sketch show. HHTV's war reporter Mike Peabody regrets his decision to cover the Norman Siege of Palermo, and the Pilgrim Fathers rap about Jamestown in America. Show more
Mark Chapman presents results from the day's football fixtures, along with reaction from the major games.
Hazel Irvine introduces live coverage of the second round of the 2012 Women's British Open from the Royal Liverpool at Hoylake.
The first-ever live series of the dog trials show kicks off in Gower, Wales, starting with the 'young handlers' round followed by the challenging 'brace' round. Show more
Miranda Krestovnikoff goes to Wexford in search of the rare white-fronted geese, and Dick Strawbridge takes a ride on 'Brunel's Folly'. Show more
History programme recreating British farming as it was during World War II. The team tackle the conditions faced in 1940, in the face of rationing and the Blitz. Show more
Paul Murton follows in the footsteps of Scotland's first tourists. He boards a traditional gypsy caravan to travel through the Borders and up to Glasgow. Show more
Neil Oliver heads for Scandinavia to reveal the truth behind the legend of the Vikings, exploring the mysterious world of the Vikings' prehistoric ancestors. Show more
Quiz show. Stephen Fry investigates the letter J with Victoria Coren Mitchell, Bill Bailey, Jimmy Carr and Alan Davies.
Political satire. Nicola Murray struggles to break in her new policy advisor, though of course she is already stressed by seeing Dan Miller get friendly with Malcolm Tucker. Show more
In Rouen, an exhausted Christopher prepares soldiers for the draft. Back in London, Sylvia decides to visit her husband in France, oblivious to the consequences for him. Show more
Drama examining the relationship between Tony Blair and Bill Clinton as they deal with the Monica Lewinsky scandal and the war in Kosovo. Starring Michael Sheen and Dennis Quaid. Show more