Children's animation. A famous chef disappoints the residents of Greendale by not being able to visit, but Pat is able to organise a great day. Show more
Animation in which the trains learn new skills and life lessons. To earn his Animal Helper badge, Brewster looks after Ebo the elephant while his enclosure is fixed. Show more
Animated adventures of a lamb at nursery school. Stripey dresses up just like Timmy but finds that he isn't much good at being a Timmy twin. Show more
Animated adventures. It is a hot and sunny day on the island, so Abney and Teal make themselves some shady straw hats. Show more
Animated deep sea adventures. When the crew can't return to base, Peso and Tweak have to help a hermit crab escape from its shell. Show more
Stop-motion series featuring a crime-fighting special agent who plays in a reggae band. President Wensley Dale's new portrait goes missing. Show more
Wildlife series. Steve and the team head to New Zealand for the first time, where Steve descends deep into the Waitomo caves to find an unusual predator. Show more
Historical sketch show. A confused World War I soldier spends his first day in the trenches, and the Welsh women of Fishguard defeat a French invasion without even trying. Show more
Cartoon capers with the canine detective. Scooby and the gang solve the mystery of Old Iron Face, a legendary character who haunts an island prison.
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Animated fantasy adventure show. A game of hide-and-seek goes awry when Squirmtum's fear of the dark causes a disaster. Show more
Justin Fletcher entertains children with singing, dancing and comedy. Robert is delighted that Chris is coming to visit, because he likes things to be tidy. Show more
Series which follows teams of probate detectives. The heir hunters investigate the case of a homeless man who left behind thousands of pounds but no will. Show more
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a property in Maida Vale, a former stable in Wiltshire and a two-bed semi in Lincolnshire, and find out who bought them at auction. Show more
The consumer series visits Chesterfield to help a couple living with a wasteland instead of a front drive, and Warrington to help a family left living in a half-built shell. Show more
Angela Rippon and expert Paul Hayes help to find valuables to sell at auction for nature lovers Annette and Nigel Rowland, who are relocating from Wales to the Orkney Islands. Show more
Antiques challenge. Two teams of sisters go head to head at Norfolk fair, Paul Laidlaw and Jonathan Pratt are on hand to offer their expertise. Show more
More cycling action on the streets of the capital as the women's time trial takes place on a course out and back to Hampton Court Palace. UK's Emma Pooley won silver in Beijing. Show more
Denise Nurse helps a newly-engaged couple from London find their dream home in Lancashire for a budget of £700,000.
Paul Martin has brought his Flog It! team to Milton Keynes. Expert Kate Bateman is excited about a pair of canvases but they cause debate at auction. Show more
The search continues. Dean Macey's England takes on Christian Malcolm's Wales in a series of sports based games. Show more
Diddy Dick and Dom live in a pink cupboard. Nobody knows they live there, which is probably just as well!
Sam and Mark host as two families battle it out in a range of hilarious games, like Quick on the Draw, Mime Time, Music Round, and the formidable Copycats Challenge. Show more
The competition gets heated, and Shaun and Bitzer's recklessness almost results in the Farmer discovering what they've been up to.
Children's drama series. Sarah Jane cannot resist going back in time to meet the parents she never knew - with disastrous consequences. Show more
Olly Murs, Sara Cox, Meera Syal and Matt Dawson become 12 Again and revisit the music and TV shows they loved when they were kids. Show more
Topical news magazine for children.
Children's animation. Shaun accidentally breaks the farmer's glasses, and he and Bitzer must prevent their short-sighted master having mishaps around the farm. Show more
Antiques experts Kate Bliss and James Lewis are on the last leg of their Scottish odyssey, and there is car trouble aplenty on the road from Hamilton. Show more
More action from around the Games on day five of competition.
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Coast ventures out to the man-made shoreline of the Netherlands. Nicholas Crane examines the great flood of 1953, and Tessa Dunlop learns about tulip mania. Show more
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Following the restoration of historic properties. Three generations of the same family tackle the renovation of The Elms, a Grade II listed Georgian house in Derbyshire. Show more
Comedy police procedural following a mismatched pair of detectives. A murder at a car showroom brings together DI Armstrong with a new partner, bright fast-tracker Georgina Dixon. Show more
There are still six sports in progress, some 13 plus hours after competition started today.
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Analysis of the 'unsuitable level of force' used by police in a death-in-custody case, profit and the NHS, Gore Vidal is remembered, plus an Olympics round-up. With Kirsty Wark.
Scott Mills presents the National Lottery Wednesday night draws, including Thunderball and Lotto.
Following the work of the midwives at Saint Mary's Hospital in Manchester. Midwife Gill helps deliver the baby of a woman who has been waiting for a bed for more than a day. Show more
Home renovation series. Nick Knowles and the DIY team head to Dumfries in Scotland to help Sue, whose partner died in 2003 and whose countryside cottage is falling apart. Show more
Series following family run businesses. Alex Polizzi is called in to a family-run furniture store in Yeadon, near Leeds, where outdated stock has led to dwindling profits. Show more
Stefan Gates reveals the secrets of supermarket food by making his own, explaining why coffee granules are frozen at the factory, and why peas must be frozen fast. Show more