Monty Don explores the evolution of the British garden. Monty arrives in the 18th century, an age that gave rise to the landscape garden. Show more
Series following the Falkland Islands' community. It's Easter week and the Rev Richard lends a hand with the hot cross buns in Stanley's only bakery. Show more
Carol Klein travels to Aberglasney Gardens in Wales to explore the best planting partners for that most ephemeral of perennials, the thalictrum. Show more
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A charity tells Riz Lateef it wants more to be done to normalise sex among people living with a disability. And why over half of dogs in the UK are overweight.
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Kate Humble hosts the quiz show which delves into the animal kingdom. Team captains Chris Packham and Lucy Cooke are joined by wildlife wonders Steve Leonard and Niall Strawson. Show more
Three pairs of builders compete to win jobs. On offer are an en suite bathroom in Epsom and some bespoke wardrobes for a bedroom in Didsbury. Show more
Jane Asher brings together a selection of recipes from the nation's favourite TV chefs. Whether it's cakes, pies, puddings or main courses, this greatest hits of baking is a must. Show more
Dave and Si continue their journey through time, celebrating British food. Here, they go gourmet with lobster, truffles, chocolate and the best cuts of meat on offer. Show more
Series following the lives of rural vets. Small animal vet Adam decides his much-loved Shetland pony Hector needs a major operation to make him less aggressive. Show more
Nature documentary. In the wilds of the Rocky Mountains, a mother moose tends to her newborn calf. Cameraman Hugo Kitching follows the mother and calf through the four seasons. Show more
Antiques challenge. It is the last leg of Catherine Southon and Paul Laidlaw's trip, and they visit shops in Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire, Warwickshire and Northamptonshire. Show more
Celebrity special of the quiz in which teams battle to beat the Eggheads.
Customers test an electric toothbrush with an interactive app, some eco-friendly cleaning products and a baby mat. Show more
Will Millard discovers the hidden history of Wales. He visits mid-Wales and the west of the country and uncovers a lead mine that is thousands of years old. Show more
Paul and Bob travel to the picturesque River Usk in Wales, where Paul’s father first taught him to fish as a child. They discuss their respective childhoods and reflect on their own family lives. Show more
Monty catches up on jobs to keep the garden looking good all summer long. Adam Frost visits Sledmere Gardens in Yorkshire, where the borders have been planted with specific colour schemes in mind. Show more
Exploring the partnership of Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon, beginning in 1966 with Fosse directing the film Sweet Charity, starring Shirley MacLaine in the role made famous by Bob's wife Gwen on Broadway.
Gwen is in Majorca with Joan to reflect on her relationship with Bob, who she has caught being unfaithful. She reflects on how she met Fosse during the show Damn Yankees when he asked to audition her. Show more
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Eilidh Barbour presents highlights of the second round at Woburn Golf Club. It has hosted the Championship ten times before, latterly in 2016, when Thailand’s Ariya Jutanugarn won. Show more
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Hip-hop legend and art lover Fab 5 Freddy saddles up to explore 15th-century Italian renaissance art in 15th-century style – on horseback. Show more
Reporter Richard Bilton investigates the fatal flaws of the Boeing 737 Max and asks whether Boeing should have done more to protect passengers. Show more
Thousands of baby boys are circumcised annually in the UK mainly for religious reasons. With some countries debating a ban on it, the programme asks: should we ban it here? Show more
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