Regional Variations (2)
News and topical reports.
News and topical reports.
Gary Lineker presents a bumper edition of the football show, with highlights from the day's Premier League fixtures as well as the main stories from the FA Cup second round. 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
Lesley Garrett hosts a live show with features from the heart and soul of Christmas. Paul Potts and the One Voice Community Gospel Choir plovide music. Plus, a look at Hanukkah. Show more
John Craven visits the Royal Welsh Winter Fair. Ben Fogle continues his expedition to Scotland's Knoydart Peninsula. Adam Henson revives the centuries-old tradition of droving. 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.
Drama series set in a close-knit Glasgow community. Fate delivers Liz and Gina one final blow. Amber Murdoch helps Nikki find somewhere to be alone with Jamie. Show more
Kevin makes a big decision for his family. Ronnie and Roxy prepare for the opening night of the club, but Ronnie seems to be hiding something. Pressure mounts for Billy. Show more
The past returns to haunt the present; a visitor brings joy and hope to Jessie Brown; and Mr Carter oversees preparations for Lady Ludlow's garden party. Show more
BBC programmes come under viewer scrutiny with Terry Wogan.
Aled Jones marks the beginning of the Advent countdown to Christmas with a visit to Hexham Abbey. Traditional Advent hymns include 'O Come, O Come Emmanuel' and 'Rejoice'. Show more
Antiques series. The Roadshow spreads out its picnic rug in the beautiful gardens of Powis castle in Wales. Finds include an original Doctor Who script. Show more
The public have chosen their favourites, but the final decision lies with the judges. Please note that voting options may have changed since this programme was first broadcast. Show more
National and international news.
A police investigation kicks off when Janeece makes a shock discovery during an archaeological dig. Rachel forces Eddie to confront issues from his past. Show more
Drama series. A theft from the doctor's house and an attack on Mr Johnson cause panic. Miss Pole resorts to desperate measures to safeguard her treasures. Show more
The latest news and weather.
Scratch beneath the surface of po-faced British respectability and you'll find a wealth of great characters, as evidenced in Alexander Armstrong and Ben Miller's sketch show.
Tony Blair talks openly about his years as Prime Minister, discussing the decisions he took which polarised public opinion and how his faith affected his government. Show more
Biopic of singer John Denver, chronicling his rise to stardom, his personal traumas and his memorable contribution to country music.
Chris Lintott visits the Johnson Space Centre to talk to Apollo 17's Commander, Eugene Cernan, about his memories of being the last man on the Moon in 1972. Show more
Detailed weather forecast.
Sam hits rock bottom following his diagnosis, but a near death experience gives him hope. Michael reveals he knows about Jac's past. Show more
Alan Titchmarsh braves the elements to find out why the country's coastline is such an extraordinary place for wildlife. Show more
Joins BBC News 24.
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