How maths is used in the real world to help create a sustainable future. Stefan Gates visits a school that uses data collection, tables and charts to run an energy-saving campaign. Show more
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a property in Devon, a former coach house in Kent and a terraced house in Birmingham. Show more
Consumer show. Dom is called in when a care assistant's brand new car is constantly telling her something is wrong with it, but the manufacturer does not agree. Show more
Property series. The Arnold family look to make space for a new addition. Another family tries to make room for a daughter who cannot afford to fly the nest. Show more
A look at some of the BBC's most popular gardening programmes, presented by Carol Kirkwood. Carol explores subjects that all begin with the letters X, Y and Z. Show more
The story of the conman who claimed to have invented a new building material. And Matt meets two girls whose hopes of becoming pop stars were snatched away. Show more
Ellie Harrison and her team of wildlife experts explore our precious woodlands and their threatened wildlife. Ellie visits the oak woods of mid-Wales and a bluebell wood. Show more
Allan Little talks to actor, writer and director Stephen Berkoff, who believes the art world is letting us all down by abandoning serious quality drama to pursue mass audiences. Show more
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Jo Coburn has the top political stories and debate of the day, including the latest on the Syria conflict. Her guest is former security minister Lord West.
Huddersfield take on Wakefield hoping for a victory to secure the League Leaders Shield. Plus, Warrington v St Helens and Wigan v Hull FC. Show more
John Humphrys poses the questions. Specialist subjects include Croatian geography, Flashman novels by GM Fraser, Powell and Pressburger, and Winston Churchill. Show more
It's the turn of the chefs from the north east - Andrew Pern, Stephanie Moon and Tim Bilton. They pull out all the stops with their fish dishes. Show more
Life behind the scenes at Longleat Estate and Safari Park. Lion cubs Malaika and Jasira meet their father for the first time. Plus the otter pups learn how to swim. Show more
A retrospective look at television appearances made over the years by Hollywood icon Tony Curtis, capturing the milestones and highlights of his life and career.
David Dimbleby examines how Britain's countryside has inspired its art. David experiences the mountain paintings of Richard Wilson in Snowdonia. Show more
Michael Aspel and the team head for the Magna Centre in Rotherham. Among the items brought to light are a rare clock given as a gift by Queen Victoria and some Beatles memorabilia. 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
Antique series. The Flog It! experts offer advice on which antique tools are worth looking out for. Plus, Anita Manning remembers making a piece of Poole pottery. Show more
Charting three months in the lives of traders at Swansea Market. Traders try to tempt customers to their stalls over the lucrative festive season. Show more
Having survived cake and bread, the remaining 11 bakers now face desserts. In this round the bakers have to multi-task across several different baking skills. Show more
Series following midwives at Birmingham Women's Hospital, where expectant mothers can choose between the clinical, high-tech delivery suite and the more natural birth centre. Show more
Sitcom. Bea and Pete decide to spend their last day in California at the beach but Monk goes missing. Al and Kitty throw a farewell party for Tom. Show more
Cliff Morgan's rugby playing ability was legendary, his broadcasting voice unforgettable. Desmond Lynam leads the all-star tributes to this extraordinary man. Show more
In January 2013, 39 people died and dozens of workers were held hostage when terrorists stormed a gas plant in Algeria. British survivors tell their dramatic and harrowing stories. Show more
Paul O'Grady goes on a journey through the history of the British working class to find out how our lives outside of work brought us together and sometimes tore us apart. Show more
Carmen by George Bizet is one of the most performed operas of all time; why do people love this story? This film goes behind the scenes of three very different versions. Show more
Six short 'how to' films aimed at informing and enabling Media Studies students at Key Stage 3 and 4 and beyond to understand the techniques involved in producing various media. Show more
Geography programme for children aged 4-6 years following the adventures of a mouse as he explores the Isles of Scilly, a farm in Somerset and the City of London. Show more