Geography programme for primary schools. William meets his friend Emily and they explore a cave in Yorkshire. Inside the cave they discover lots of different rock formations. Show more
Geography programme for primary schools. William visits a bee farm, learning all about the different types of bees who live in a beehive and how they make and store honey. Show more
Geography programme for primary schools. In Lyme Regis, William learns about fossils and hunts for them along the beach, before visiting a museum to see a dinosaur skeleton. Show more
Geography programme for primary schools. William learns about the different types of trees that grow in the ancient Caledonian Forest, and meets some red squirrels. Show more
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a terraced property in Kent, a bungalow in Dorset and a house in Leeds. They then find out how much these homes sold for at auction. Show more
Series looking at antisocial behaviour. A dog warden tackles the foul behaviour of dog owners; and a look at the 4x4 drivers causing wanton destruction on an ancient Roman site. Show more
Series which sees insurance fraudsters caught on camera. A man's exaggerated personal injury claim leads to a change in the law, and a woman is caught out by a CCTV date stamp. Show more
Consumer series with Matt Allwright. Stories include the fake car airbags that can kill, and the counterfeit designer handbags costing unsuspecting buyers hundreds of pounds. Show more
Antiques series. Paul Martin and the Flog It! experts dispense advice and insider tips on which royal memorabilia might be worth a mint and which is best ignored. Show more
The latest national and international news, plus top interviews and analysis.
The latest international news from the BBC.
Andrew Neil with the latest political stories, including coverage of the UKIP conference and revelations of Labour infighting involving Tony Blair and Gordon Brown.
John Humphrys asks the questions. Subjects: Life and Career of Sir Chris Bonington; The Hannibal Lecter Novels of Thomas Harris; Kett's Rebellion; Life and Music of Tom Lehrer. Show more
Highlights as the America's Cup builds to its climax. The 162-year-old sailing event boasts the oldest trophy in international sport. Show more
It's decision time for the two remaining chefs from the north west; only one of them will make it through to the finals after this cookery battle. Show more
The team discovers how a unique ocean paradise off the coast of California, home to the greatest variety of whales and dolphins in the world, is under threat. Show more
Series about orphaned baby elephants at the David Shelrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya. At the Nairobi nursery, the dry season brings a flood of new baby orphans. Show more
Documentary series. Steve Leonard is near the North Pole on the trail of a mother polar bear and her tiny cub. Show more
Paul Martin hosts from Bolton, where experts Phillip Serrell and James Lewis will be offering valuations. Paul also visits the last remaining temperance bar in the country. 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
Regional Variations (2)
Chef James Martin explores how the British Isles produces delicious regional ingredients. In Northern Ireland he discovers why Dexter beef has a unique flavour. Show more
Regional Variations (3)
The Hairy Bikers take a culinary journey through time as they celebrate British food. The pair create mouth-watering dishes that use the finest ingredients. Show more
John Humphrys asks the questions as four contenders take the walk to the black chair. Subjects are ABBA, Charles M Schulz, Harold Larwood and Frederick the Great of Prussia. Show more
Gardening magazine. Monty Don tackles autumn maintenance and planting at Longmeadow, whilst Carol Klein looks at burnets and meets a man who has dedicated himself to the echinacea. Show more
Episode 1: From the Seas to the Skies
1 hour on BBC Two England
David Attenborough embarks on a journey to unravel the rise of the vertebrates. This episode details their origins, which lie in primitive, ancient fish. Show more
Quiz show. Stephen Fry looks into the quite interesting world of K-folk with Katherine Ryan, Josh Widdicombe, Phill Jupitus and Alan Davies.
The stories behind the headlines with Gavin Esler. A UKIP MEP wrecks his party conference with a gaffe rampage, vigilante paedophile hunters, and why Apple are on their way out. Show more
Joining Jools are Kanye West with music from his latest album Yeezus, Kings of Leon, Sting, 16-year-old New Zealand sensation Lorde, garage rock duo Drenge and Bill Medley. Show more
An adaptation of Shakespeare's play about a Jewish moneylender who seeks to forfeit a literal pound of flesh from his Christian nemesis. Starring Al Pacino and Jeremy Irons.