Joe Crowley challenges children to use technological tricks to unearth clues about the unsung historical heroes who lived and worked in their home town. Show more
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a property close to transport links in south London, a house in County Durham and a home in Rochester, Kent. Show more
Acting special inspector Harvey Barker is called to trouble on New Year's Eve, and special constable James Chatfield comes to the aid of officers looking for diesel thieves.
Antiques challenge. Tim Wonnacott and the teams are at Ardingly Antiques and Collectors' Fair with experts Kate Bliss and Charles Hanson. Show more
Consumer show. Dominic Littlewood comes to the aid of a couple whose caravan is suffering from damp problems and takes their case to the manufacturer. Show more
Welsh animal expert Dr Rhys Jones tackles wildlife crime to help protect Wales's native species. Here, Rhys comes face-to-face with a deadly scorpion sent through the post. Show more
Britain's top entrepreneurs reveal how they made their millions. Peter talks to Lord Karan Bilimoria, boss of Cobra beer, and Charlie Mullins, who runs Pimlico Plumbers. Show more
Gavin Esler talks to the Conservative MP and civil liberties campaigner David Davis about the collection of data by the NSA and GCHQ, as revealed by whistleblower Edward Snowden. Show more
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Two amateur cooks go head-to-head to see if they can create a restaurant in their own homes for one night. Balloon designer Sue Bowler goes up against High Wycombe's Mark Colicott. Show more
Anne Robinson presents the quick-fire general knowledge quiz in which contestants eliminate the weakest team member at the end of each round. Show more
John Humphrys hosts the second round heats of the classic quiz. Subjects include vorticism, English pleasure piers and One Foot In The Grave. Show more
A look at some of the BBC's most popular gardening programmes and personalities, presented by Carol Kirkwood. Carol explores subjects that all begin with the letter D. Show more
Nigel Slater explores celebrities' experiences of food. Actress Brenda Blethyn talks with fondness about growing up as one of nine children in a time of rationing. Show more
Nature documentary series. As the big freeze returns, polar landscapes are transformed. Wildlife leaves but the giant emperor penguin arrives. Show more
Michael Aspel presents the antiques show from Sherborne in Dorset, where finds include an inflatable paper globe from 1830 and work by the illustrator of Winnie the Pooh. 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
Series revealing the potential of vacant properties. Joe meets Karen and Jeremy, who bought a run-down 3-bedroom terraced house in Richmond to be close to their son's school. Show more
Monty Don and Joe Swift look at the show gardens inspired by the Great British countryside. Rachel de Thame discovers what makes 2013's Rose of the Year a winner. Show more
Series focusing on wildlife in the Hebrides. The arrival of autumn sees young swallows, otters and grey seals face the biggest storms and highest tides of the year. Show more
Current affairs. Reporter John Sweeney asks if the Scottish government knew enough about self-proclaimed billionaire Donald Trump before accepting his investment proposal. Show more
Professor Marcus du Sautoy presents six short films that each begin with a mystery that will be explained by a mathematical concept. Show more
Exploring the fascinating stories behind the invention and development of the electric telegraph, the telephone and wireless communication. Show more