The Thoms have travelled the world with the RAF, but now mum Lori’s dream is to settle down under. But with his latest posting back home, has everything changed for husband Kev? Show more
Homeowners compete in the hope of being judged to have the best house in town. Today, a retro-style family home, a country-style new build and a house with some modern twists. Show more
Culinary competition. It is the fish course and the chefs are gunning for tens. Craig pays tribute to a friend who revolutionised hospital food in Morecambe Bay. Show more
Paul Murton takes a tour of Scotland's lochs. At the Kyle of Tongue, he learns about some Jacobite gold that could have changed history. Show more
The latest headlines, breaking news and sport from the BBC newsroom.
Daily news and current affairs. The programme hears how 56 black men are using a photography campaign to highlight how they are stereotyped because of the colour of their skin. Show more
Stay up to date on the day's top stories, with the latest breaking news as it happens.
Jo Coburn presents the top political stories in Westminster, with live coverage of Theresa May's statement on Brexit in the Commons. Show more
All the latest news and action from rugby league's Super League.
The team journeys along the south and west coast of Wales. Neil Oliver ventures out to Worm's Head, a snake of land reaching out of the Gower Peninsula. Show more
Series exploring the expansion of railways in the Victorian era. Alex Langlands and Peter Ginn help get the most famous locomotive in the world, the Flying Scotsman, into steam. Show more
Iain Stewart explores how the Earth's continents have transformed evolution. He shows how Australia's journey has affected everything from Aboriginal history to mining Show more
Documentary exploring the paradise of Thailand. In central Thailand's forests, plains and city streets, nature finds a way of living alongside people. Show more
Antiques challenge. Auctioneers Charles Hanson and Raj Bisram take their Triumph through Somerset, Dorset and Hampshire before ending at an auction in Swanmore. Show more
At Kalka, Michael is rewarded with his first glimpse of the Himalayas and boards the mountain railway for the spectacular 7,000 feet climb over 60 miles to Shimla. Show more
Documentary following the RNLI. The crews race to the rescue of two teenagers trapped in cave, and two lifeboats must battle to save a cargo ship from disaster. Show more
Gregg Wallace is in Lowestoft at an enormous frozen food factory, where they produce one million potato waffles a day. Show more
With Joe Lycett hosting, the remaining home sewers head back in time to the 1970s, attempting to revive the glamorous, rebellious and sometimes ridiculous, style of the decade. Show more
With up-to-the-minute analysis, Nish Kumar and a team of hilarious correspondents keep you up to date with everything that has happened - or not happened - this week. Show more
Stories behind the headlines. Theresa May has offered MPs a choice of delaying article 50. And the programme reveals how experimental stem cell treatment led to a child's death. Show more
The latest weather forecast.
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Series following bright teenagers from low-income backgrounds across the UK. In this episode, three Year 9 girls face mounting pressure in their first year of GCSE preparation. Show more
Series following bright teenagers from low-income backgrounds across the UK. This episode features three 13-year-old boys on the cusp of adulthood and facing many uncertainties. Show more
A new series of the cookery competition begins as John Torode and Gregg Wallace return to the judging table on the hunt for the next MasterChef champion. Show more
Alan Yentob looks into the life of comedian Jo Brand, marking a diverse career which began in 1980s stand-up comedy and has moved through writing, performing and presenting. Show more
Highlights of programmes on BBC Two.