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
Fran Scott meets brilliant young inventors from around the country and gets top tips on how to come up with a great invention. Show more
Lucy Alexander and Martin Roberts visit an abandoned property near Wigan, a grand semi-detached house in Southampton and a three-bedroom house with some odd features in Derby. Show more
Two men on a high-speed bike attack a jewellery shop in Andover, and golfers are left teed off when their clubs are stolen.
Angela Rippon, Gloria Hunniford and Julia Somerville investigate viewers' holiday disasters. The team unpicks who decides whether hotels deserve the star ratings they advertise. Show more
Observational documentary series. Shop security cope with the crowds as a pop star visits HMV. Staff have to close Oxford Circus when it gets too busy. Show more
Michael Portillo retraces journeys in Spain and Portugal from the 1913 guide. He meets pilgrims from around the world on the trail to Santiago de Compostela. Show more
Series which sees insurance fraudsters caught on camera. A 'riotous' fraudster hopes the civil unrest of 2011 will pay for a new launderette. Show more
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Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn are joined by housing minister Brandon Lewis and shadow work and pensions secretary Rachel Reeves ahead of Prime Minister's Questions. Show more
James Lewis gets excited about a painting that was found in a skip, while presenter Paul Martin visits an exhibition dedicated to the Ayrshire Innovators. Show more
Jeremy Vine hosts the show where every day a new team of challengers take on what is probably the greatest quiz team in Britain, made up of some of the country's top quizzers. Show more
Michael Portillo embarks on a series of journeys through London. He takes the high-speed line to Stratford to explore the legacy of the Olympic Park. Show more
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Chris Packham unravels nature's weirdest events, from a crab milked for its blue blood and stones moving across the desert by themselves to a veritable swarm of rabbits. Show more
Experts put overweight volunteers on diets tackling the specific reasons why they eat too much. In the final two months of the diet, the volunteers' bodies are fighting back. Show more
Comedy sequel to Twenty Twelve. A national paper reveals Ian Fletcher's salary and that he took his PA at the Olympic Deliverance Commission on holiday to Italy. Show more
Jason Mohammad introduces highlights from the evening's match, in which 2011 Masters champion Ding Junhui takes on the 14th seed Joe Perry.
Hazel Irvine introduces highlights from the afternoon's match featuring two-time Masters champion John Higgins against Mark Allen, who reached the semi-final in 2011. Show more
Powerful animated films, in which elderly Jewish Holocaust survivors tell their stories of Nazi persecution in their childhood and how they escaped from occupied Europe to Britain. Show more
An insight into Poland's colourful culture, industry and people for primary school-aged learners. Told with authentic Polish voices through documentary and animation.