Today’s reds and blues are at Gloucester antiques centre with experts Raj Bisram and Stephanie Connell, while presenter Eric Knowles meets an Action Man collector. Show more
Red, an Amur tiger, is turning out to be a tearaway teenager, so how can keepers hope to stop him running amok and launching terrifying attacks on visitors’ cars? Show more
Monty Don shows how to produce a medley of vegetables from a small space. Frances Tophill visits an allotment where plants are grown and harvested as ingredients for cosmetics. Show more
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Join Kate Humble in this quiz show all about the wonders of the animal kingdom. Chris Packham and Lucy Cooke are joined by zoologist Ferne Corrigan and naturalist Iolo Williams. Show more
Three pairs of builders go head to head to win jobs. In Battersea, Sam wants a kitchen makeover, while in Stretford, Elizabeth and Sean need their fireplace fixing. Show more
Chef Ainsley Harriott guides Len Goodman on a culinary road trip around Britain. The pair hit south London, where Len tries Portuguese and Japanese cuisine. Show more
The bikers celebrate British food. The duo explore how Britain's love affair with takeaway food has evolved and cook some of their favourites. Show more
Series following rural vets. In Teesdale, equine vet Sybil battles with a highland cow in order to treat some Fell ponies, while vet Steve turns dog competition judge. Show more
A team of wildlife experts uncover the most surprising animal stories. This episode explores the anatomical secrets of some of the most fascinating animals on the planet. Show more
Antiques challenge. The last trip for Phil Serrell and Louise Gostelow involves dogs of all kinds - furry, silver and bronze. But who will be top dog at the auction in Brighton? Show more
Celebrity special of the general knowledge quiz.
This week the customers unbox, test and score a baby bib and tray kit, a smart mirror and a seaweed oil. But only one can win the Customer is Always Right trophy. Show more
University Challenge icons Eric Monkman and Bobby Seagull present their 'genius guide' to Wales. They begin by sailing across the highest navigable aqueduct in the world. Show more
John Humphrys hosts heat two of the classic quiz. Tonight’s subjects include the Mughal Empire, Elizabeth Garrett Anderson and The Twilight Zone Show more
Bob has harboured a childhood dream to catch a salmon, so he and Paul set off for the River Tay in Scotland. Show more
Monty Don takes a range of cuttings to get plants for free and also shows how best to prune your lavender. Carol Klein visits a garden in Devon to revel in eryngiums. Show more
Fosse is too nervous to attend the premiere of Cabaret and is woken the next morning by his friend Paddy with the reviews. Gwen is struggling with her first straight play, Children, Children. Show more
Sandi Toksvig opens the post with Alan Davies, Matt Lucas, Holly Walsh and Susan Calman.
With Mark Urban. Is a government of national unity a non-starter? Is liberal democracy failing across the globe?
Nish Kumar goes behind the scenes to sample The Blind Boys of Alabama in a remarkable partnership with Malian duo Amadou and Mariam. Show more
Thriller about the bigoted sheriff (Rod Steiger) of a small Mississippi town who finds himself forced into collaboration with a black detective (Sidney Poitier) from Philadelphia. Show more
Britain’s betting industry is booming. The amount we lose to the betting companies has almost doubled in a decade, but are the bookies doing enough to protect problem gamblers? Show more
A never-before-seen look at the incel community, an online subculture to which multiple mass murders and hate crimes against women have been attributed. Show more
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