Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a semi-detached house in Surbiton, a ground floor flat in Jarrow and a house in Derby. They learn how much each home sold for. Show more
Series following the work of the emergency services. In this episode, a skier is buried in an avalanche, and a fire rages through a flat with sleeping occupants.
Matt Allwright uncovers the secrets of sophisticated scams. Matt meets Caroline, who spent 15 years studying and then faced the news that her course had been a con. Show more
Series following the work of probate researchers. The heir hunters are trying to find the relatives of David Smee. They discover the story of a man who retreated from the world. Show more
Chefs compete to cook at a banquet to celebrate 25 years of Red Nose Day. In central England, three culinary heavyweights return to the Great British Menu kitchen. Show more
Countryfile is in Northamptonshire. Matt Baker explores the Grand Union Canal and finds out about the huge amount of work that goes into keeping it ship-shape. Show more
Click meets the people who can project themselves into the bodies of robots, upcoming video games and the machine that puts anti-aging creams to the test. Show more
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Jo Coburn with the latest political news and debate, with MPs Sir Menzies Campbell, Cheryl Gillan and Dame Tessa Jowell.
From the tip of Jutland, where the North Sea meets the Baltic, Neil Oliver watches the two seas collide. Nick Crane looks at how the Danish sold bacon to Britain. Show more
Stories from Longleat Safari Park with Ben Fogle and Kate Humble. The guardians of Longleat House get a fright when a part of one of the great ceilings comes loose. Show more
John Humphrys hosts the classic quiz. This week's subjects include: Monmouth Rebellion 1685; History of Manchester City FC; History of Babylonia 2000-539 BC. Show more
The search for Britain's best amateur baker reaches the fifth round and everyone is out to avoid the dreaded soggy bottom as the seven remaining bakers face pies. Show more
John Sergeant's journey continues. He travels to the north west where he meets up with a photographic society that can trace its roots back to Francis Frith. Show more
Documentary series. David Attenborough looks at carnivores, from Arctic foxes who cache food for winter, through to pack-hunting wolves and big cats. Show more
Paul Martin presents from Rochester in Kent, with experts Philip Serrell and Elizabeth Talbot on hand to poke and rummage their way through bags and boxes. Show more
Dermot Murnaghan 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
A rodeo rider is thrown from his horse and former Royal Navy pilot Mike de Winton is scrambled to an emergency radio beacon in the bush.
The Bikers celebrate the British love affair with pork. They prepare a traditional gala pie and a sumptuous rolled pork loin with apricots and ginger. Show more
In the first of the semi-finals University College, London takes on New College, Oxford for a place in the series final. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions.
Paul Hollywood shows how you can make soda breads from start to finish in under an hour. No kneading, no proving - just mix, shape and bake. Show more
Lucy Worsley explores how the health of monarchs has shaped the nation. She looks at the medical histories of the later Stuarts and Hanoverians. Show more
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Egyptologist Dr Joann Fletcher discovers what life was like for ordinary Egyptians 3,500 years ago. She looks at the mysterious world of the ancient Egyptian afterlife. Show more
In this compilation of 12 short films, professor Brian Cox witnesses the wonders of the universe through some of the most breathtaking environments on Earth. Show more