John Sergeant's journey continues. He visits the western Highlands to find out more about a steam ship that has been transporting tourists for over 100 years. Show more
Six players answer general knowledge questions with up to 10,000 pounds to win. Will they stick together and share the prize or break away for themselves? Hosted by Nick Hancock. Show more
Antiques experts travel across the UK searching for treasures. Mark Stacey visits the magnificent Ely Cathedral and his opponent Mark Hales gets excited about a sketchbook. Show more
Valerie's own Who Do You Think You Are? experience does not go according to plan when she doorsteps a distant relative. New nurse Chris arrives at the Mill. Show more
Zoe Ball has all the gossip and exclusive news from Strictly Come Dancing and Ian Waite reveals how the couples are getting on in training.
Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry show how the Bake Off technical challenges should be done, including the queen of puddings, chocolate tea cakes, jam doughnuts and fraisier cake. Show more
Foodies champion British produce. Mary Berry fights to revive real dairy ice cream whilst Raymond Blanc campaigns to get trout back on British plates. Show more
Alice Roberts, George McGavin and a team of experts rebuild our ancient ancestors from the bones up. They reconstruct Lucy from the species Australopithecus afarensis. Show more
Mark Kermode talks to Sam Mendes about his film Skyfall, the 23rd James Bond movie, and reflects on the director's career in both film and theatre. Show more
In an exclusive report from inside Syria, Tim Whewell meets members of the Syrian Free Army. With Jeremy Paxman.
Political comedy. Lord Goolding's inquiry into the key worker housing scandal begins. The truth will finally come out. Unless, of course, anyone has any sudden lapses of memory. Show more
Series exploring the sanitary history of cities. Dan Snow looks at 19th century New York when migrants arrived in a city consumed by squalor, stench and soot. Show more