Presenter Rodd Christensen uses everyday objects to show that when you add, you get more and when you take away, you get less. Show more
This short film shows swarms of flamingos moving around and displaying their long necks - this is the spectacle of their courtship ritual. Show more
Documentary series. A train driver collapses at the controls, and a group of passengers fight to save his life. High in the Dales, a little girl is badly hurt in a farm accident.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a mid-terrace in Birmingham, a property in London and a house in Cumbria. They learn how much each home sold for at auction. Show more
Hard-hitting holiday series. Fiona Foster and Rani Price meet Brits who were involved in horrific accidents abroad, and Fiona asks how we can be protected when things go wrong. Show more
Series looking at benefit fraud. Matt meets the fraud investigators who caught one tax dodger who had avoided paying hundreds of thousands of pounds in tax. Show more
Consumer series. Actor Nigel Havers reveals how he was cheated out of money by a rogue lettings agency, and shows how millions of tenants could also fall victim. Show more
Paul Hollywood reveals the secrets of continental breads, demonstrating how to bake baguettes, crusty ciabatta loaves and the perfect pizza base. Show more
In this digital age, are movies as central to our culture as they used to be? Stephen Sackur talks with Sir Alan Parker, one of Britain's most successful film directors. Show more
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The latest international news from the BBC.
Jo Coburn presents the latest political news and debate from Westminster, including the revolt over gay marriage and a look back at the coalition negotiations, with Lord Adonis.
Anne Robinson talks to Pamela Stephenson and Alexander Armstrong. They share their favourite books and discuss why they have been important to them in their lives.
John Humphrys poses the questions in the classic quiz. Specialist subjects: The Franco-Prussian War 1870-1871, plays of Noel Coward, World Snooker Championships, JRR Tolkien.
Amateur bakers are put to the test. It is the biscuit-based quarter-final, and Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry are taking the challenges to another level. Show more
Series devoted to saving treasured heirlooms from the scrapheap. In Chatsworth House, Derbyshire, Eric Knowles sets his team of brilliant restorers another series of challenges. Show more
Documentary series which celebrates earth in its natural glory. How the advance and retreat of the ice in the polar regions becomes a real challenge to the animals. Show more
Paul Martin presents from York, with experts Mark Stacey and Michael Baggott sniffing out some of the city's unwanted antiques. Paul also pays a visit to York's ancient Minster.
Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz in which teams from all over the UK battle to beat the Eggheads. Show more
Working under Theo Randall's tutelage, students from Brooklands College in Surrey cook a dish that reflects his core culinary principles, Italian squash tortellini. Show more
Veteran road tripper David Barby joins up with silver expert Margie Cooper as they travel from Northumberland, through County Durham to the seaside town of Scarborough.
Alan Titchmarsh and Joe Swift reveal the gold medal-winning show gardens and talk to the designer who has won the prestigious Best in Show award at this centennial show. Show more
Series celebrating the forgotten world of the town. Nicholas Crane looks behind the transit-lounge image of Oban to find a town with a dramatic past and inspiring scenery. Show more
Jools is joined by John Grant, Stereophonics, Low, Lee Thompson's Ska Orchestra, Melt Yourself Down and Yasmine Hamdan. Cerys Matthews chats about her forthcoming sing-along book. Show more
Historical drama series. Brushes with death pinpoint Henry's desire for an heir (and Anne Boleyn), while his sister Margaret is repulsed at doing her royal duty in Portugal. Show more
Business competition. The candidates must come up with a unique piece of flat-pack furniture, before producing prototypes and pitching their products to retailers. Show more
James May goes in search of a wedding ring lost in the 1970s. The team also launches its very own pirate radio station and there are a couple of amazing inventions on offer too. Show more
In this film specially edited for schools, Professor Brian Cox discovers how a few fundamental laws gave birth to the most complex, diverse and unique force in the universe. Show more
Brian Cox tells the story of the amazing diversity and adaptability of life told through the fundamental laws that govern it, in a version of the Wonders of Life made for schools. Show more