Criminal barristers Sasha Wass and Jeremy Dein examine the brutal murder of a landlady, for which the prime suspect, a 31-year-old mother, was convicted and hanged. Show more
The team take on a toy cannon, a Victorian inkwell and a saintly statue that has suffered an unholy breakage. Show more
Rachael attends to a cow with a potentially fatal displaced stomach, and vet Martin operates on a valuable sheepdog to try to save its injured leg. Show more
The Liberal Democrat leader takes questions from BBC listeners and viewers as part of a series of special programmes on 5 Live, the BBC News Channel and online. Show more
Victoria is in Crewe for a special programme with undecided voters. Who will sway their vote and yours? Show more
With three days to go until polling day, shadow chancellor John McDonnell and deputy chairman of the Conservative Party Paul Scully join Jo Coburn. Show more
Ainsley Harriott introduces classic recipes from some of the BBC's best-loved television chefs. The menu includes James Martin's delicious chicken stew. Show more
Paul Ainsworth and Catherine Fulvio are joined by Martine McCutcheon as they share culinary secrets, perfect for creating delicious festive flavours for Christmas. Show more
Len takes BBC weather presenter Carol Kirkwood back to St Helier, Jersey, which Carol visited in 1973 as an 11-year-old. They tour the island's war tunnels and the zoo. Show more
Celebrity genealogy series. Choirmaster Gareth Malone sets out to find out more about how far back his family's passion for music goes. Show more
The Hairy Bikers create mouth-watering festive dishes and get into the spirit of the season with special guest the Rev Kate Bottley. 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.
Paul Martin is at Aberystwyth's Old College, the original site of the first university in Wales. He also visits Laugharne, the home of his literary hero Dylan Thomas. Show more
Former winners Dane Baptiste, Richard Herring, June Sarpong and Kate Williams test their general knowledge skills on this week's Richard Osman's House of Games: Champions. Show more
Rylan Clark Neal starts the countdown to the Strictly final. He chats exclusively to the latest couple to leave the competition, who agonisingly missed out on a place in the final.
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Celebrities hunt for antiques across the UK. Radio presenters and chums Janey Lee Grace and Tim Smith seek treasure amongst the Cotswolds and the Malverns. Show more
Victoria Coren Mitchell hosts the series where knowledge only takes you so far. Two teams who won their first match return to fight it out for a place in the quarter-finals. Show more
Two more student teams fight it out in the second round to get through to the quarter-final stage of the competition. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions. Show more
Sally Challen's appeal against the conviction of the murder of her husband. With access to Sally, friends and family, and the legal teams on both sides of this landmark case. Show more
The day's important national and international news stories with Emily Maitlis.
Satirical drama directed by David Cronenberg. A tour into the heart of a Hollywood family chasing celebrity, one another and the relentless ghosts of their pasts. Show more
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn face each other in Maidstone in the BBC's prime ministerial debate ahead of the general election on Thursday 12th December. Chaired by Nick Robinson.
Lord Sugar sends the candidates to the historic university cities of Oxford and Cambridge, where they will attempt to procure nine items that are associated with both places. Show more
Sean Fletcher and Helen Skelton explore the Tees Valley, while Tom Heap looks at whether enough is being done to protect UK farming and food production from flooding. Show more
Highlights of programmes on BBC Two.