Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a terraced house in Cardiff, a bungalow in Margate and a period flat in Plymouth. They learn how much each sold for at auction. Show more
Series looking at benefit fraud. The Insolvency Service is chasing a bankrupt man who refuses to pay his debts to the government, despite inheriting a significant windfall. Show more
Nick Knowles presents events from the work of the emergency services. A man with a heart condition collapses near the top of Mount Snowdon, and his 15-year-old son begins to panic. Show more
Consumer series. The team investigates pet insurance as premiums rocket. And why are some people being told they are too old to take out a mortgage?
James Martin explores regional ingredients found in the British Isles. The plains of Lincolnshire are famed for world-class pork and perfect peas. Show more
The creator of file sharing giant, BitTorrent, on the company's efforts to break its association with piracy. Includes tech news and Webscape.
The latest national and international news, plus top interviews and analysis. Includes Two Minute Silence.
The latest international news from the BBC.
Jo Coburn is joined by Michael Clarke, director general of the Royal United Services Institute, to discuss all the latest political news.
Series looking at the value of household junk. Helen and her daughter Lisa from the idyllic countryside surrounding Darlington attempt to agree on what should go to auction. Show more
Keith Floyd explores the traditional fare of Norfolk, where he cooks a dish of duck with peas and samphire and learns how to make Norfolk dumplings. Show more
Cagney and Lacey are contacted by an anonymous woman in need of help, who reveals that her violent husband is a police officer.
Classic department store sitcom. Mr Grainger is promoted to departmental manager when Mr Rumbold is called away for a one-month management seminar.
WWII sitcom. Rene and his fellow prisoners continue their escape attempt from the German POW camp, dressing as girls from the Folies Bergere.
Fred Dibnah looks at industrialisation in Britain. He revisits sites including Queen Street Mill, the Long Shop Museum and the Black Country Living Museum. Show more
Jeremy Vine 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
Zoe Ball presents backstage gossip and behind-the-scenes action from the weekend. Zoe chats exclusively to the latest eliminated couple.
Two of the three Goodies, Tim Brooke-Taylor and Graeme Garden, get back into character as they pair up with antiques experts Will Axon and Philip Serrell. Show more
It is another second round match with two teams fighting it out for a place in the quarter-finals. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions.
The eight chefs must concoct a dish using a selection of just seven ingredients. Monica gives a demonstration of what can be achieved with the ingredients in just one hour. Show more
Gareth Malone helps to create workplace choirs. In Birmingham, he finds a singing traffic warden, a social worker soloist and a high-pitched gardener. Show more
Film reviews. Claudia Winkleman and Danny Leigh return with a new series to review box office record-breaker Gravity and movie industry documentary Seduced and Abandoned. Show more
Mark Kermode looks at the London Film Festival, the exciting British talent which the festival will showcase and the real life stories that inspired some of the films. Show more
World War I drama based on a true story. An army captain discovers a printing press in the ruins of Ypres, Belgium, in 1916, and decides to publish a satirical magazine. Show more
In this compilation of three short films specially made for schools, historian Dan Snow examines how two years of meticulous planning, espionage and analysis shaped D-Day. Show more
A collection of BBC Learning programmes introducing the satnav and online maps generation to the traditional skills of reading detailed paper maps. Show more