In Bradford, Jay Blades salvages three unwanted items from a recycling centre. Some carpet offcuts, a pair of chairs and a bicycle wheel have new life breathed into them. Show more
John Craven brings us autumnal stories from all over the UK and explores the countryside around the historic city of Oxford. Show more
Mary Berry comes to tea with Monty Don and, as well has giving her a tour of Longmeadow, he offers his advice on her new garden. He also plants out bulbs in the new meadow area in the orchard. Show more
The latest headlines, breaking news and sport from the BBC newsroom.
MPs call for a stop to the inappropriate detention of young people with autism or learning disabilities. And families still struggle to obtain medicinal cannabis, now legal in the UK for a year. Show more
Jo Coburn is live in Westminster with MEP Ben Habib, Adam Price, Laura Parker, Steve Richards and Will Tanner, to discuss Donald Trump’s comments on the election campaign and a speech by Nigel Farage. Show more
Cooking competition in which professional chefs select an amateur partner to work with in the final. Theo Randall makes his decision. Show more
The second final of the cooking competition which sees professional chefs working with home cooks. The four teams go head to head, with Pierre Koffmann judging the dishes. Show more
Actress and cake expert Jane Asher brings together a selection of recipes from the nation's favourite television chefs. Show more
Dancing drama with George Sampson and Charlotte Rampling. A London dance crew must learn to work with a team of ballet dancers in order to win the UK Street Dance Championships. Show more
Jeremy Vine hosts a celebrity edition of the quiz. Can a team of children's TV presenters triumph over the general knowledge goliaths and win the cash prize for their charity? Show more
Paul Martin teaches two wannabe antiques dealers the tricks of the trade. Today, in Exeter, air traffic controller Paul takes on behavioural safety consultant Keith.
Zoe Ball and Rylan Clark-Neal present the one-hour Friday show. Celebrity superfans give us their verdict on our couples. Gethin Jones reports from the Strictly studios in Elstree. Show more
Dev Griffin, Alex Horne, Debbie McGee and June Sarpong test their general knowledge skills and the week's overall winner is crowned. Show more
John Humphrys hosts another heat of the classic quiz. The subjects are Greek mythology, Manchester City FC, the Mapp and Lucia novels by EF Benson and the life and written works of Harper Lee. Show more
The team end their week-long adventure in the Cairngorms looking at the autumns of the future and discovering encouraging news about Scottish wildcats. Show more
The papal delegates arrive with the news that the grand inquisitor is on his way to the abbey. On examining Berenger's body, William discovers similarities with the death of Venanzio. Show more
Monica and Giles work in Ireland's 800-year-old Ashford Castle, which has sustained strong community ties despite its changing fortunes over the centuries. Show more
Dara O Briain and Hugh Dennis return with a timely examination of current events in the company of guests Eshaan Akbar, Angela Barnes, Ed Gamble, Rhys James and Sindhu Vee.
With Kirsty Wark. Can the Brexit Party cost the Conservatives the election? How will Nigel Farage play in the Labour heartlands? Plus the women who tried to stop Harvey Weinstein.
Jools and Lady Leshurr introduce live performances by The SLP, Elbow, Little Simz, Michael Kiwanuka and slowthai. And Jools chats to comedian James Acaster. Show more
Drama following twin sisters Olanna and Kainene as their lives take very different courses after they are swept up in the turbulence of civil war in 1960s Nigeria. Show more
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Shocked by the failure to convict her daughter’s killer, a mother fights for justice by taking on the legal establishment and overturning an 800-year-old law. Show more
Highlights of programmes on BBC Two.
Live coverage of the Great Britain and Irish Lions tour of the southern hemisphere as Wayne Bennett's side face New Zealand. Mark Chapman presents with commentary by Dave Woods and Brian Noble. Show more