Regional Variations (2)
News and topical reports.
News and topical reports.
Series following the work of charity Missing People and the police as they search for some of the 200,000 people who go missing yearly. Presented by Louise Minchin and Rav Wilding. Show more
Property series. Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a dilapidated cottage in Berkshire, a semi in Derby, and a little house in Basingstoke which visitors can get lost in. Show more
Series giving people the chance to test-drive a property before they buy. Ed Hall and Kristian Digby are on the Devonshire coast helping a couple find a retirement retreat. Show more
Doreen Lambert calls in the Cash in the Attic team to help her auction her many heirlooms in order to raise the money for a special family get-together.
Tim Wonnacott presents as two teams go bargain hunting at at an antiques centre in Cumbria. Experts David Harper and Anita Manning are on hand to advise before the auction.
The latest national and international news stories, followed by Weather.
Regional news magazine.
Eva clashes with a charismatic preacher who believes that prayer patrols are the answer to safer streets. Vivien chooses her driving teacher. Show more
Drama set in the Australian beach resort of Manly. Lucia's stolen car is slammed into Bacino in a sickening hit and run. Will it cause another death? Peta outsmarts Deborah. Show more
Nick Knowles follows the dramatic day-to-day work of the emergency services. Real Rescues is at the heart of the action, out on call with the country's dedicated emergency crews. Show more
Fun with Stephanie, an optimistic eight-year-old, and superhero Sportacus. Robbie Rotten challenges Sportacus in the amazing super-race at LazyTown Sports Day. Show more
Comedy. Taylor Fry feels like a misfit, but deals with the world around her with a little imagination. Taylor's mother creates a nude model of herself. Show more
3D animation about a pink owl. The frog excels in all sports, and demonstrates to the owl the art of the trampoline. Show more
Children's animation about the friendship between Lottie, a misfit, and Nine, a cat. The visit of a photographer from Mad Scientist's Quarterly causes excitement. Show more
Children's hidden camera game show that finds out how well kids know their mates. The Prince of Askabar visits Edinburgh, but will Nick realise that he is a Stake Out actor? Show more
JK and Joel present the children's entertainment series. With the help of mum, three sneaky kids will attempt to secretly hide a mystery celebrity in their house from dad. Show more
Topical news magazine for children.
Anne Robinson presents the quick-fire general knowledge quiz in which contestants eliminate the weakest team member at the end of each round. Show more
The latest national and international news stories from the BBC, followed by Weather.
The latest news, sport and weather for London.
Author Terry Pratchett talks about his battle with Alzheimer's. Plus, why quality memoirs may be a thing of the past, and a look at the power of the potato. Show more
Roxy battles with her demons and a difficult decision. Shabnam makes a terrible discovery and takes action. Whitney goes on a dog-hunt but gets more than she bargained for.
National and regional news bulletin from the BBC.
Police drama series. Christian has a tough first day as Acting Inspector. Miranda finds out about her job and Kate betrays John's confidence to Mandy. Show more
Maurice is rattled when Barbara befriends a local aristocrat. When her bracelet is stolen, Maurice is convinced he knows the culprit and will stop at nothing to prove he's right. Show more
The latest national and international news, followed by Weather.
The latest news, sport and weather from London.
The latest weather forecast.
On the panel is Alan Johnson MP, Alan Duncan MP, journalist and broadcaster Lauren Booth, the founder of Yo Sushi! Simon Woodroffe, and Plaid Cymru's Helen Mary Jones. Show more
A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil and his resident helpers Michael Portillo and Diane Abbott, with guests Bruce Forsyth, Lord Levy and Les Dennis.
Detailed weather forecast.
Current affairs. Are schoolchildren in England given too many exams? Vivian White reports. Show more
Adventure with Johnny Kingdom, wildlife cameraman, as he builds his own nature reserve. Johnny is determined to film wild boar living on his land. Show more
Final episode. Bill Oddie, cameraman John Aitchison and sound recordist Chris Watson discovers the hidden lives of Britain's animals. Chris eavesdrops on puffins. Show more
Neighbour of the year, Silla 'Supergran' Carron, attempts to clean up Plymouth's notoriously troublesome Wolseley Road estate. Silla works on the estate's community spirit. Show more
Ben Fogle chose a team of adventurers for his trip to Uganda in a previous episode, and they're trekking to the Mountains of the Moon. Show more
The RSPCA tackle a flea problem that has got out of control. Gareth the Gannet is returned to the wild. Tom Heap helps a horse with toothache. Show more
Joins BBC News.
BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.
This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More