The dramatic story of US marines during World War II. The story centres on a major (Van Heflin) who guides the raw recruits through training. Based on the novel by Leon Uris. Show more
Series following a year in Carol Klein's garden at Glebe Cottage. In January and February, the frosts of a hard winter have not yet released their grip on the garden. Show more
Series following a year in Carol Klein's garden at Glebe Cottage. March and April bring great change in the garden, as the remnants of winter make way for the hope of spring. Show more
Paul Hollywood celebrates the best of British pies and puds with the Marshmallowists and their perfect accompaniments to his sticky toffee pudding. Show more
Paul Hollywood celebrates his favourite flavours as he rediscovers a recipe from Cumbria's seafaring history, and a cheese from Yorkshire that nearly got banned. Show more
Another 16 second round matches take place across eight tables. Hazel Irvine introduces live coverage from York's Barbican Centre as players vie for places in the last 32.
Michael Portillo samples the delights of the French and Spanish Atlantic coast and learns how Britain's 'railway king' Edward VII made the region popular. Show more
How Eric and Ernie became the kings of TV comedy. After Running Wild, Eric and Ernie's TV career was marked out by an anxiety never to lose editorial control. Show more
Hazel Irvine presents highlights from the UK Championship, the second most prestigious tournament on the snooker circuit.
Countryfile looks at the part the landscape has played in making scientific breakthroughs, and John Craven heads to Oxford's Wytham Woods. Show more
Malick's inability to face up to his situation brings him to breaking point. Serena's world is turned upside down when a new face lands at Holby City hospital. Show more