Kym Marsh and Ashley John-Baptiste reveal how scammers were able to con one woman out of her money not once, but twice. Show more
Eric Knowles is in Eccleston with experts Caroline Hawley and Roo Irvine helping the teams in their search for items to make the biggest
profit at auction. Show more
Monty Don gives tips on moving plants which are in the wrong place or have outgrown their space, and Rachel de Thame returns to Longmeadow to plant up pots for spring colour. Show more
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Joanna Gosling speaks to victims of a man who conned 19 women out of £24,000. And controversy over a rapper who sends his daughter for 'virginity testing'. Show more
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Nick Robinson is joined by Conservative parliamentary candidate Suella Braverman, Labour candidate Faiza Shaheen, editor of the Daily Mirror Alison Phillips and The Spectator’s Katy Balls.
The third 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
People donate items to be auctioned off for a community member.
Series looking at Britain's traditional markets. Bala in Snowdonia, north Wales, is home to one of the UK's most important sheepdog auctions - the Bala Autumn Sale. Show more
Warwick Davis takes a non-judgemental approach as he researches the family line stretching back from his grandmother, finding humanity and humour in some uncomfortable stories. Show more
Strategy game show hosted by Dan Walker. Five players compete to win the case containing the most cash. 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.
Flog it! re-visits some of the historic venues from the series, with new valuations and unexpected auctions. Paul Martin tells the incredible story of the Wagoners and their role in World War One. Show more
Zoe Ball and Rylan Clark-Neal present the one-hour Friday show. Celebrity superfans give us their verdict on our couples, and there is a live music performance in the It Takes Two studio. Show more
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Live coverage of one of the standout ties from the FA Cup first round proper as Dulwich Hamlet face Carlisle United. Show more
Dara O Briain and Hugh Dennis look back at the week’s news in the company of guests Ed Byrne, Rhys James, Olga Koch, Nigel Ng and Suzi Ruffell.
As the government sit on the ISC report into Russian election interference, could this year’s vote be under threat? Today's election news, plus David Mitchell.
Jools and jazz aficionado Jamie Cullum talk about all things jazz and host music from Kano, Nerijo, Joy Crookes and Metronomy. Show more
Comedy. Two feuding brothers are forced to confront their reciprocal resentments when one of their daughters wants them both to cook for her wedding. Show more
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The story of how a 1970s miscarriage of justice involving three teenage boys would lead to a radical overhaul of police powers and a brand new method of investigation. Show more
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