Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a property in Leeds, a semi-detached house in Croydon, Surrey, and a cottage in Cornwall. Show more
Sheriffs Lawrence and Kev visit a builder owing money for a project that barely got off the ground. Plus the family who spent their life savings on a horsebox unfit for the road. Show more
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Clive Holland catches up with a family that was left with an open drain in the children's playroom, and a couple brought to the brink of divorce by a builder's shoddy work. Show more
Consumer show. Dom is alerted to the problem of chip and pin fraud. One lady has had over 16,000 pounds withdrawn from her bank account without her knowledge. Show more
Cookery challenge. With eight contestants remaining, Michel Roux Jr and Gregg Wallace crank up the heat. Against the clock, the chefs must make a show-stopping dish for the judges. Show more
Matt Baker and Julia Bradbury head to Exmoor, a bleak and remote place where moorland and farmland give way to a spectacular coastline. Julia learns about Alfred Vowles. Show more
How San Francisco residents are using online sharing sites to overcome the city's public transport woes. Plus we find out if baby gadgets are making parents' lives easier. Show more
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Jo Coburn is joined by business woman Heather Rabbatts to discuss the high-speed rail announcement and also whether there should be more women working in business. Show more
Chris and Alex are joined by Professor Brian Cox who'll be talking about his new series, The Wonders of Life. Plus the remarkable story of the man who was fitted with a bionic eye. Show more
Anne Robinson presents the quick-fire general knowledge quiz in which contestants must decide at the end of each round which of their number should be eliminated.
John Humphrys poses the questions as four contestants brave the famous black chair. Specialist subjects include British cars of the 1960s and 1970s and the music of the Smiths.
Melvyn Bragg reveals incredible footage telling the history of modern Britain. In Torquay, he looks back to the 1940s and wartime evacuation. Show more
Cookery series. Rick Stein begins his culinary tour in Galicia on the Atlantic coast. He drives an old camper van around rural Spain to sample the classic dishes. Show more
Landmark natural history series. David Attenborough explores the wildlife and landscape that inspired Charles Darwin's theory of evolution. Show more
Michael Aspel and a team of experts examine curios and artefacts offered up by the public. This edition comes from Knebworth House in Hertfordshire. Show more
Jeremy Vine hosts the show in which teams from all over the UK take on probably the greatest quiz team in Britain, made up of some of the country's top quiz champions. Show more
Michael Portillo gets to grips with the old grey matter at a Victorian asylum, gives a historic horse a facelift and makes malt the 19th century way. Show more
In April 2011 Wales's most ambitious new railway, the Welsh Highland Railway in Snowdonia, was completed by hundreds of volunteers who worked tirelessly for the love of steam. Show more
The nation's chefs compete to cook at a special banquet to celebrate 25 years of Comic Relief's Red Nose Day. Who will make the best starter? Show more
In the last of the second-round matches, Bangor University plays the University of Durham for a place in the quarter-finals of the student quiz. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions.
Esteemed chef Michel Roux Jr goes on a journey through classic French cooking. Dishes include monkfish liver cooked three ways and braised saffron sweetbreads. Show more
Professor Alice Roberts and Dr Michael Mosley examine how viruses effect the human body and how they spread, as well as examing how to stay healthy during winter. Show more
Topical comedy. Dara O Briain and the team return for another series of topical mockery with guests Marcus Brigstocke, Zoe Lyons and Gary Delaney. Show more
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Will most of us retire poor? Plus, why Iceland didn't pay us back for its broke banks, the capture of Timbuktu, and life in the Korean DMZ. With Kirsty Wark. Show more
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Dan Snow traces the development of Britain's railways, from the beginnings of a true national network in the late 1830s through to the end of the 'railway mania' in 1847. Show more
Film news and reviews. Claudia Winkleman talks to Steven Spielberg about his film, Lincoln. Danny Leigh reviews Zero Dark Thirty and Catherine Bray lists her top 5 movie mothers. Show more
Celebrity genealogy series. Actress Alex Kingston sets out to learn more about her great-grandfather William Keevil, who died during the First World War. Show more
Frantic Assembly and Cardboard Citizens are among the theatre companies revealing how actors and directors transform performances with movement, gesture, and improvisation. Show more
A guide to writing scripts for TV dramas such as EastEnders and E20. Writers, actors and directors reveal their top tips on how to break into the industry. With Tameka Empson. Show more