Wigan's council officers try to mend a resident's ceiling and her faith in the council. Love is in the air when registrars try to marry five couples in one day. Show more
Property renovation series. Martin, Lucy and Dion meet developers who have bought property in Hastings in East Sussex, Norbury in London and Dudley in the West Midlands. Show more
Series meeting the people who live and work around Britain's port cities. A local ferry has a key role to play when the world's biggest half marathon comes to Tyneside. Show more
Workers affected by the Tata Steel crisis talk to Joanna Gosling about their concerns for the industry and their jobs. Plus, how can the NHS learn from its mistakes? Show more
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Michelin-starred chef Michel Roux Jr begins his search for a protege, travelling to the College of Food at University College Birmingham, which has close ties to the Roux family. Show more
Sir Terry Wogan presents more magical moments from his days in the hotseat of Britain's best-loved chat show, with guests including Margaret Thatcher and Naomi Campbell. Show more
A look back at the great British war films that boosted the nation's morale in the postwar years and launched the careers of some of our best-loved actors and directors. Show more
World War II drama relating the Battle of Britain through the eyes of the operations room of a Kent fighter station during the summer of 1940. Show more
Drama about an Indian doctor who moves to a Welsh mining village in 1963. Dr Sharma comes up with a plan to diagnose the miners' health problems. Gina gets shocking news. Show more
Series exploring Australia's coastline. Miriam Corowa investigates the engineering behind the 1970s Florida-style canal system of the Gold Coast. Show more
Antiques experts Thomas Plant and Anita Manning begin the last day of their road trip in Brighton. Anita leads, but does Thomas have what it takes to claw his way back to victory? 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
Join Sara Cox and Aled Jones for the last in the series of Too Much TV. Joining them are actor Larry Lamb and one of TV's toughest judges Jason Gardiner.
How the comedies of Jimmy Perry and David Croft chronicled Britain in the 20th century. This episode looks at the end of eras and new identities. Show more
Gardening magazine. Monty gets to work in his wildlife garden to ensure that there are plenty of plants in flower for early pollinators. Show more
The search for the nation's Mastermind reaches its conclusion. The subjects for the final include Thunderbirds, English test cricket since 1970 and Elizabeth Gaskell. Show more
Sitcom. When Eric defrosts everything in the freezer, Beth decides to cook it all at once and invite Cathy, Colin, Ian, Jaz, Christine and Sophie over to eat it all. Show more
Greece begins deporting migrants to Turkey. There is a look at a new national minimum wage. And are people in the UK getting enough sleep? Emily Maitlis presents.
More than 20 years after leaving her native Russia behind to marry a wealthy man, a mother (Tilda Swinton) embarks on a passionate and dangerous affair with a young man. Show more
The story of how Barack Obama tried to reshape America. A month after his victory, Obama discovered America was on the verge of a great depression. Show more
A look at the people who live the rural life. Jane Treays visits cottages, manor houses and castles and sees how people live in them. Show more
Documentary following homeowners and council tenants from a London council estate as they fight to save their homes and campaign against a planned multimillion-pound regeneration. Show more