Regional Variations (2)
News and topical reports.
News and topical reports.
Andrew Marr interviews key newsmakers and shines a light on what's happening in the world this week. Includes a review of the Sunday newspapers, weather forecast and news bulletin. Show more
Spiritually-inclined magazine. Gloria's guests include Julian Clary talking about the experiences that changed his life and Roy Hattersley on the top ethical stories in the news. Show more
Jon Sopel and David Garmston introduce the political analysis series.
Series looking at the value of household junk. A woman tries to raise money to fulfil her ambition of learning to fly a plane. Show more
Drama series. Dr Sloan becomes involved in more than politics when he accepts an invitation to attend an election campaign party, as an old friend is murdered. Show more
Jim and Bradley get a shock when an unwelcome face from the past shows up on the Square and turns their world upside down. And Ian gets increasingly tangled in his web of lies.
Nicki Chapman introduces the ten best holiday reports based on a particular theme. Featuring a Namibian fly-drive and tracking down the Madagascan Indri Indri Lemur.
Highlights from the weekend of commemorations in Northern France for the 90th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme.
Jonathan Edwards examines the lives of three Christian heroes. He focuses on Dietrich Bonhoeffer, a German Lutheran pastor.
Sitcom. Lionel has a habit of being unpredictable, so when he just walks off and leaves his wife while out for a drive in the hills she isn't too surprised.
Michael Aspel presents frrom Leeds Town Hall. Items valued include a painting by an Australian war artist, a silver claret jug and two diamond rings. Show more
The latest news and weather.
Drama-documentary which offers a new perspective on the most infamous battle of World War I, revealing how it was on the Somme that the British Army learnt to fight a modern war.
BBC News; Weather.
A senior banking executive reveals how high street banks deliberately target their customers and push borrowing. Show more
The story behind the charity concert that aimed to pressurise the G8 leaders into continuing their work to alleviate poverty in Africa. With highlights of performances on the day.
Crime thriller in which a New York journalist spots a fugitive mob banker while on holiday in the Bahamas and finds himself resisting the crook's gold-leafed persuasion tactics. Show more
Patrick Moore and Chris Lintott look at how the giant planets such as Uranus, Neptune and Jupiter came to be flung to the far reaches of the Solar System. Show more
An aspirational series that takes a swipe at consumerism, presented by Penny Smith. City girl Hannah Goodyear plans to join an expensive gym, but Penny has a cheaper alternative.
Documentary series set in the Cornish parish of Boscastle. The school's headmaster and his family begin their new life on the Isles of Scilly, but what kind of future do they face? Show more
Series in which Mark Easton investigates happiness. He looks at the correlation between contentment and long life and wonders if we should be incorporating happiness into the NHS.
Series profiling those new to farmers' markets. Mikel has been in the world of fashion for years and wants to sell lunches, teas and dinners as a packaged concept. 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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