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News and topical reports.
News and topical reports.
Another chance to see the best action from yesterday's FA Cup fifth-round matches.
Andrew Marr talks to Tony Blair about his record as PM as the 10th anniversary of his entry to Downing Street nears. Plus, Art Garfunkel talks about his own troubled waters. Show more
Gloria Hunniford and guests debate the religious stories and ethical issues of the week. Lesley Garrett joins Gloria and Nihal Arthanayake looks at Muslim music in the mainstream. Show more
Chris Packham and his team explore the sandy coast habitats of Suffolk and Sefton. Chris also reveals the best place in the UK to see dolphins. Show more
Scotland's farming and countryside programme, including the weather for the week ahead.
Following the recent shootings in London and Manchester, Jon Sopel talks with David Cameron about his plans for police reform. Glenn Campbell takes a look at the news in Scotland.
Live coverage from the FA Cup fifth round, as Preston host Manchester City. Preston have reached the Championship play-offs in the last two years. Show more
Bradley's hopes for a romantic Valentine's Day are shattered. Tanya is worried about her marriage. Denise and the family receive troubling news about Kevin. Show more
Menzies Campbell appeals on behalf of the Lymphoma Association, a charity that helps provide information and emotional support to anyone whose life is affected by lymphatic cancer. Show more
Documentary. One of nature's most industrious animals, beavers have all the skills of a lumberjack, a carpenter, an architect and a hydro-engineer. Show more
Jonathan Edwards explores the life and times of England's finest churches. In the village of Wreay in Cumbria he explores the fascinating story of St Mary's, a Victorian gem. Show more
Sitcom concerning a jack-of-all-trades who gets divorced and ends up living with his mother-in-law. To Jimmy's dismay, Siobhan and Diana bond at a pub quiz. Show more
The team set up camp at Southport's Floral Hall where objects include a rare medal awarded to suffragettes and a pair of barber's chairs used by the Beatles. Show more
The latest nation and international news from the BBC, followed by regional news and weather. Show more
Filmed over 6 months, this series gets under the skin of Scotland's only Young Offenders Institute revealing an intimate and often violent portrait of life behind bars.
Fast-paced thriller about a young family whose white-water rafting holiday turns into a nightmare when they are taken hostage by a pair of armed fugitives. Show more
Nadia Sawalha presents a series in which British families are given a look at life in Australia ahead of possible migration. The Whelan family spend a week in Perth. Show more
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