Suzi Perry presents live coverage of the Japanese Grand Prix. Reigning world champion Sebastian Vettel has won four of the five races since it returned to Suzuka in 2009. Show more
Andrew Marr presents live from the Liberal Democrat party political conference in Glasgow. Guests include deputy prime minister Nick Clegg and General Lord Richards. Show more
In National Space Week, impressionist and stargazer Jon Culshaw talks to Sian Williams about our place in the universe. Plus debate on topical ethical issues.
Mark Chapman and guests analyse Saturday's Premier League action and look ahead to the day's four fixtures which include two London derbies - Chelsea v Arsenal and West Ham v QPR. Show more
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Another chance to see the Japanese Grand Prix, which took place in Suzuka in the early hours of the morning. Presented by Suzi Perry. Show more
Prospective buyers search for dream homes in the country. Alistair Appleton is in Norfolk with a couple who want to run a cattery business from their rural home. Show more
The semi-finalists in the baking challenge are asked to make baklava, schichttorte and two elegant entremets. Show more
From London's Hackney Empire, David Grant hosts the final of the Songs of Praise Gospel Choir of the Year competition. Show more
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Matt finds out how the latest technology is helping farmers get the harvest in quickly and efficiently and John announces the winner of the year's photographic competition. Show more
Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman present the first results show of the series. Jamie Cullum and Gregory Porter perform Please Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood. Show more
The Antiques Roadshow returns to Scone Palace in Perthshire, Scotland, where the team discover an ornate wooden box said to have been stolen from Napoleon. Show more
Drama series. Back in the UK on rest leave with Smurf, Molly is shocked when he makes a surprise declaration. Show more
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Comedy about a man (Paul Rudd) who gets engaged and realises he has no friends. Seeking a best man, he meets slacker Sydney Fife - but their intense bond impacts on the engagement. Show more
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