An elderly patient of Kevin's is given a second chance at love, but will she take it? Emma and Chris try to cheer Sam up, while Rob is interrogated by Mrs Tembe. Show more
Buyers are helped to find their dream homes. Nicki Chapman is in North Yorkshire on a house hunt for a pair of keen walkers with a budget of £400,000. Show more
Rav Wilding follows the Yorkshire Air Ambulance. A mother and son are knocked down on the journey to school and a holidaymaker is rescued after a dip in the pool ends in agony.
Jeremy Vine 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
Michael Portillo takes to sea with the heroes of the RNLI, visits a stormy coastal railway and has a close personal encounter with his boyhood hero. 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
The nation's chefs compete to cook at a special banquet to celebrate 25 years of Comic Relief's Red Nose Day. Arabella Weir joins for the final round. Show more
John Humphrys hosts Britain's toughest quiz. The subjects are: Red Dwarf, Marie Curie, the novels of Jasper Fforde and the life and career of Field Marshal Haig. Show more
Series following a year in Carol Klein's garden in Devon. It is spring and Carol must clear away the last of the winter debris and prepare for the garden's renewal. Show more
Monty Don visits France's most interesting gardens. He reveals how the country's historic gardens were used as a public expression of power. Show more
Quiz show. Stephen Fry investigates the letter J with Victoria Coren, Bill Bailey, Jimmy Carr and Alan Davies.
Should international aid still be a priority, where does the cyber warfare power lie, and is a dry January healthy? The stories behind the day's headlines, with Eddie Mair. Show more
Kirsty Wark and guests give their verdict on Stephen Poliakoff's latest television drama Dancing on the Edge and Denzel Washington's latest film, Flight.
Jonathan Meades provides a tour of Essex, a county he sees as the home of picturesque villages, pre-war modernism and 19th-century social experiments. Show more