Regional Variations (2)
News and topical reports.
News and topical reports.
Series following the police and charity Missing People as they search for some of the 200,000 people who go missing each year. Presented by Louise Minchin and Rav Wilding. Show more
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander cast their expert eyes over properties before they go to auction. They visit a log cabin in Cornwall and a basement studio flat in Kent. Show more
Series that gives buyers the chance to test-drive a property before they buy it. Kristian Digby and Dominic Littlewood compete to find a home for a mum and her two daughters. Show more
Series looking at the value of household junk. Celine Roberts hopes to make a mint at auction so she can splash out on her granddaughter. Show more
Tim Wonnacott presents the antiques challenge from Ardingly Fair in Sussex. Experts Philip Serrell and David Barby are on hand to advise the teams on the best buys. Show more
The latest national and international news stories, followed by Weather.
An overbearing woman drags her impotent husband into the surgery, but that's not all he needs help with. Nick advises.
Drama set in the beautiful Australian beach resort of Manly. Investigations into the murder commence with the entire gang being brought into question. 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
Space-based adventures. The crew are in a spinning mood and ready for some hula-hooping. This is good for the Pirate Posse, who want music to spin around to. Show more
Children's entertainment. Paul and Barry see into the future with tomorrow's newspaper. They try to help their local residents avoid accidents but create chaos. Show more
Children's animation featuring a little kid with a big imagination. Max the bully picks on a new kid in class. Eliot transforms himself into a masked avenger. Show more
Animation featuring rival thumb wrestling teams. It's a dance-off between the samba-prone N Fuego and the Dexteras' own robot, Unit 19G. Show more
Children's hidden camera game show that finds out how well kids know their mates. Nobody is safe in Liverpool as Connor, a Liverpool FC fan, is taken to Everton's ground. Show more
Saira Khan presents as a team of children battle three top business people. The teams sink their teeth into another challenge - to cook up the ultimate birthday cake. Show more
Topical news magazine for children.
Anne Robinson presents the quick-fire general knowledge quiz in which contestants must decide at the end of each round which of their number should be eliminated.
The latest national and international news stories from the BBC, followed by Weather.
Forty years since their arrest, we take a look at the reign of The Krays. Plus Steven Berkoff discusses his new take on a Marlon Brando classic. Show more
Roxy turns to Christian for support, while Bianca strikes up a feud with the Masoods. Gus bids farewell to the Square but not before gaining revenge on Sean.
National and regional news bulletin from the BBC.
Whilst the girls go off on a girls' night, John and Luke investigate a series of smash-and-grabs which lead to the solving of an old case. Show more
Comedy drama series about the best robbers in town. After fifteen years of living it up in the Costa del Sol, Maurice Riley and Syd Woolsey are back in Blighty. Show more
The latest national and international news, followed by Weather.
The latest weather forecast.
David Dimbleby chairs the weekly political debate from London. On the panel are Des Browne, William Hague, Lord Ashdown, Polly Toynbee and Richard Littlejohn. Show more
David Dimbleby leads the team for the 2008 local elections, Gordon Brown's first major electoral test as Prime Minister. Show more
BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.
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