Regional Variations (2)
News and topical reports.
News and topical reports.
Gary Lineker presents Premier League highlights, including Manchester United v Everton at Goodison Park, Spurs v Arsenal at White Hart Lane and Birmingham v Chelsea. 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
A series of moral, ethical and religious debates on topical issues, hosted by Nicky Campbell and Sonia Deol. This week's subjects are owning up, apologising and forgiveness. Show more
Countryside magazine with John Craven. Jo Brand and Chris Packham select the final shortlist of twelve from the entries to Countryfile's annual photo competition. Show more
Jon Sopel and Adrian Masters with analysis from the political scene shaping Wales.
Comedy series about a hapless cafe owner in occupied France. Rene is still hiding the stolen gold and decides it is time he left his dangerous life behind. Show more
Sitcom about the upwardly mobile Hyacinth Bucket. Richard worries about the prospect of early retirement as Hyacinth makes plans for his twilight years. Show more
Sean is out of prison and after Deano and Chelsea. Peggy and Ben struggle to cope with Phil's drinking. Are Jase's true colours beginning to show?
The US version of the ever popular Strictly Come Dancing continues. Featuring performances from singer Enrique Iglesias and flamenco dancer Joaquin Cortes.
Sir Thomas Allen appeals on behalf of Music in Hospitals, a charity that uses live music to improve the quality of life of ill and disabled people. Show more
Aled Jones visits the spiritual home of Rugby and meets some of its stars including Gareth Edwards, Jason Leonard and Scottish international Euan Murray. Show more
Gentle comedy. Howard is embarrassed when he bumps into a female acquaintance from his past, and Truly makes matters worse. Show more
National and international news.
Occasional documentary series charting the progress of a group of children in 21st century Britain. The children are now 14. Where have their lives taken them so far? Show more
Michael Aspel and the team survey more antiques and heirlooms. This week the team head north to Alnwick Castle in Northumberland, where they encounter a £20k plate. Show more
Michael Palin explores former Eastern Bloc countries. He travels from the Slovenian alps along the coast of Croatia, into Bosnia and Serbia, and then sails to Albania. Show more
The latest news and weather.
A look back at Wales' World Cup tie against Australia. As well as in-depth analysis, there's post-match reaction from both camps and a preview of Wales' next tie against Japan.
Supernatural drama series. Allison's brother Michael becomes a telephone medium, and they are both called in as psychic consultants on the same murder case.
Hilarity and horror ensue when toothy, carnivorous aliens escape from their space prison, pursued by two merciless bounty hunters. Show more
Detailed weather forecast.
Series of stories made by people in Wales in workshops run by BBC Wales.
Clifford saves the day when Louise's stent trial goes badly. Alan is being held on Darwin after his assault on Jac, but she's reluctant to press charges. Show more
Series following an English pet vet turned African big game vet. It's too hot for capture in South Africa so the Rambert family take a busman's holiday to the jungles of Borneo. Show more
Joins BBC News 24.
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