The barristers investigate the violent attack of an Irish Catholic in Victorian Darlington by a rival gang, in a case involving dubious evidence and suspected mistaken identity. Show more
Sarah Moore salvages a kitchen cabinet, a wooden stool and a collection of cutlery from the skips at Witley recycling centre. Show more
Antiques Roadshow is at Crathes Castle in Scotland where treasures include a Cartier clock, a tiny bowl with a giant price tag and a royal portrait that is not all that it seems. Show more
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The video-sharing app TikTok is failing to suspend the accounts of people sending sexual messages to teenagers and children, a BBC investigation has found. Show more
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Jo Coburn, Mariana Mazzucato, Toby Young, Ross Kempsell and Heather Stewart discuss the latest Brexit developments, and the fight against plastic with paddle boarder Lizzie Carr. Show more
Miranda Krestovnikoff joins volunteers in an exercise on dealing with sea-faring mammals that become beached. Show more
Simon Reeve continues his epic journey. In Bangladesh, he sails down the Padma River and visits fishermen who use trained otters to drive fish into their nets. Show more
Simon Reeve continues his epic journey. In the last episode of the series, he samples local delicacies in Laos and meets high achieving children in Taiwan. Show more
Following the restoration of historic properties. Dave Myers visits Wilton's Music Hall in London to look at a restoration project with a difference. Show more
Series exploring a world where life is shaped by monsoons. This episode examines the relationship between nature and the people of the monsoon. 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.
Antiques series. Paul Martin presents a collection of the best finds from the show's travels, visiting Edinburgh, Wallasey, Southwell, Birmingham and Dunster Castle. Show more
Richard Osman hosts as comedian Ellie Taylor, actor and writer Steve Pemberton, presenter Fern Britton and comedian Josh Widdicombe test their general knowledge skills. Show more
Chris Bavin meets the Bloomers from Prestatyn in Wales, who are determined to keep their coastal town on the tourist map and win gold again after five years of missing out. Show more
The two remaining chefs cook their four-course menus again. But will they take on board their veteran’s advice as they serve their tributes to Britain’s music success? Show more
Eight celebrities of differing faiths and beliefs strap on backpacks and have 15 days to tackle 1,000km of the ancient Via Francigena pilgrimage, from the Italian Alps to Rome. Show more
Brexit talks with Labour break down. Who is to blame? And why is government classifying child asylum seekers as adults?
Dalton Trumbo is a highly paid writer but his fortunes are about to change with the beginning of the Cold War and the rise of an anti-communist witch hunt. Show more
The extraordinary story of General Qassem Suleimani with first-hand accounts of his secret deals and shifting alliances across Syria, Iraq and Lebanon. Show more
Filmed over six years, 42 people with Parkinson’s take part in a groundbreaking medical trial. Can the results give hope to 10 million Parkinson’s sufferers worldwide? Show more
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