Celebrity presenters let viewers into their personal thoughts on classical music and the pictures painted by their imaginations as they listen to their favourite compositions. Show more
A mix of dance and animation around the four elements, with music ranging from JS Bach to John Adams. Designed to introduce children with special needs to classical music. Show more
This short film shows the process of how caterpillars change into butterflies. Caterpillars grow, feed and then transform from chrysalis to beautiful colourful butterflies. Show more
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a detached house in Derby, an end-of-terrace in Twickenham, Middlesex and a ground-floor flat in Gateshead. Show more
Consumer series. Fiona Foster looks at travel insurance, and questions whether enough is being done to make people aware of hidden small print that could leave them high and dry. Show more
Jonnie Irwin has help and advice for homeowners who have fallen victim to cowboy builders. In Derbyshire, Jonnie meets a couple whose kitchen extension has become a nightmare. Show more
Series looking at benefit fraud. The fraud team at Ealing call on a handwriting expert to help convict two benefit cheats who have stolen tens of thousands from the public purse. Show more
The team investigate the rise of council parking fines, and claims that hundreds of thousands of tickets may have been issued illegally due to poor and confusing signage.
Paul Hollywood shows how to cultivate your own sourdough starter, harnessing natural, airborne yeasts to leaven and give amazing flavour to breads. Show more
Interviews with newsmakers and personalities. HARDtalk is in Ethiopia for a special edition of the programme with US secretary of state John Kerry. Presented by Zeinab Badawi. Show more
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Family comedy in which an overprotective father decides to escort his teenage daughter when she goes on a trip to look at prospective colleges.
Anne Robinson is joined by poet Pam Ayres and actor Don Warrington, who pick their favourite books and discuss why they have been important to them throughout their lives. Show more
Highlights and analysis from latest round of matches in Super League. Current leaders Wigan face Leeds. Warrington play St Helens and Hull FC take on Hull Kingston Rovers. Show more
John Humphrys poses the questions in the classic quiz. Specialist subjects include the novels of Jane Austen; the American Civil War 1861 - 1865; and Fred Astaire. Show more
Naturalist Nick Baker broadcasts live from the Springwatch field base in Wales, offering insights into the daytime behaviour of all the animal stars of the show. Show more
Dr Jonathan Foyle scales iconic structures to reveal their secrets. Here, he explores the Imperial War Museum North in Manchester, designed by Daniel Libeskind. Show more
Series showing our planet in its natural glory. A look at the largest of all habitats, the ocean, which encompasses 90 per cent of all the living space on the planet. Show more
Anita Manning and Kate Bliss share their expertise with the people of Newcastle. Paul Martin goes to the cinema to view a recent history of the Quayside by Amber Films. Show more
Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz in which teams from all over the UK battle to beat the Eggheads. Show more
Michelin-starred chef Michel Roux Jr continues his quest as he meets three more students from the College of Food at University College Birmingham. Show more
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Dan Snow looks at how, from their beginnings as track-ways for coal carts in the early 18th century, railways developed into the pivotal technology for modern Britain. Show more
The UK's best live wildlife stories with Chris Packham, Michaela Strachan and Martin Hughes-Games. What's happening to one of the UK's most iconic birds - the kestrel? Show more
Series celebrating the forgotten world of the town. Nicholas Crane visits Saffron Walden, home to some of the best preserved medieval architecture in the country. Show more
Meet the candidate who flew to Dubai, only to be shown the door in London. International entrepreneur Lara Morgan, comedian Miles Jupp and broadcaster Nicki Chapman find out why. Show more
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In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Gavin Esler.
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Historical drama. Henry VIII's clashes with the Catholic church worsen. The King seeks to placate an impatient Anne Boleyn. A poison plot is put in motion. Show more
Historical drama. Henry's court lacks Christmas cheer with Queen Catherine excluded, Thomas More alienated and Anne Boleyn rumoured against. Show more
Business competition. The fight for Lord Sugar's investment continues with some farmyard fun, as this task sees the candidates open their own farm shops. Show more
James May continues his epic quest to re-skill the modern male. He attempts Man Lab's most risky stunt to date, which involves an ailing seaside town and a great big monster. Show more
Professor Richard Fortey reveals the hidden secrets of the fascinating world of rock pools, from how limpets fend off starfish to how hermit crabs choose their shells. Show more
Investigates the science behind 3D printing, elite sport and make-up, and talks to some of the young men and women at the forefront of the new technologies. Show more
Animated drama for 11- to 13-year-olds exploring issues surrounding puberty. The gang learn the importance of honesty and that everyone has a bad day. Show more