Regional Variations (2)
News and topical reports.
News and topical reports.
Gary Lineker presents highlights of eight Premier League games. Manchester United host Middlesbrough, Manchester City visit Chelsea, Birmingham face Wigan and Derby meet Everton. Show more
Andrew Marr, former BBC Political Editor, interviews key newsmakers and shines a light on what's happening in the world this week. Includes a review of the Sunday newspapers. Show more
Nicky Campbell and Sonia Deol host a series of topical moral, ethical and religious debates. This edition comes from Merchant Taylor's Girls' School in Liverpool. Show more
The people and the stories at the heart of the British countryside. John Craven goes on a fungi foray while Charlotte Smith finds out about the history behind the clock change. Show more
Jon Sopel and his political colleagues from around the nations and regions bring you in-depth political reports from Downing Street to your street.
Series looking at the value of household junk. Former nurse Audrey Rook tries to raise money to restore her dilapidated garden to its former glory.
Nicki is mugged when she tries to bail Zoe out of money problems. Eileen tries to persuade Gina and Liz to put Archie behind them whilst Billy tries to embrace a new lease of life.
As Stacey and Bradley's wedding day approaches, Max makes a last ditch attempt to win Stacey's love. The Mitchell women take desperate measures to keep Peggy's creditors at bay. Show more
Terry Wogan presents viewers' opinions on BBC programmes.
Aled Jones introduces the Songs of Praise Big Sing from the Royal Albert Hall. Guests include Connie Fisher, Ray Quinn and soprano Elin Manahan Thomas. Show more
Michael Aspel and the team are at Highcliffe Castle in Dorset. Items include some letters from Noel Coward and a bust of the 18th-century actress Sarah Siddons. Show more
Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly reveal which celebrity will be next to leave the ballroom. Please note that voting options may have changed since this programme was first broadcast. Show more
National and international news.
Drama series set in a chaotic secondary school. Steph's decision to keep a pupil's secret has potentially serious consequences for drama teacher Matt. Show more
Michael Palin explores former Iron Curtain countries. He visits a mime school in the Czech Republic, has a pedalo ride in Prague and ends his trip on the Baltic coast. Show more
The latest news and weather.
How the British and US governments invaded Iraq with no plan for bringing peace and democracy to a country with no history of either. Show more
Supernatural drama. The DuBois family's lives are uprooted as Allison's psychic abilities are revealed to the public, and a serial killer must be caught. Show more
Sensuous drama about an English vicar (Hugh Grant) and his wife who visit an Australian artist and are drawn into the sexually liberated lifestyle of his unconventional household. Show more
Detailed weather forecast.
Topical reports and investigations into consumer issues from Nicky Campbell, Julia Bradbury, Paul Heiney and the team.
Clifford has to choose between the women in his life and a face from the past presents him with a dilemma. Elliot tries to deal with the revelations about his son. Show more
Documentary series about the history of India. Michael Wood examines the British Raj and traces the events that led to the Partition of India in 1947. Show more
Top chefs John Burton Race and Angela Hartnett have scoured the country to find the nation’s worst cooks and now must turn them into Kitchen Heroes. Show more
Joins BBC News 24.
BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.
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