Dad Michael believes his family's future lies down under, but wife Lisa values her close ties with loved ones in the UK. Will a week in New Zealand change her mind? Show more
Members of the public try and make money out of their antiques.
This quarter-final sees the six most talented chefs from the week's heats face an invention test focusing on the onion. Show more
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Victoria Derbyshire speaks to the parents of two-year-old Isla, who is the only person in the world to suffer from a genetic disorder that accelerates ageing. Show more
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Adam Fleming is joined by Stephen Crabb MP, Sarah Jones MP, Alastair Campbell and Claire Fox MEP to discuss Iran, the Labour Party’s leadership contest and Brexit. Show more
Coast ventures to the furthest flung reaches of the British Isles. In Newlyn, Nick Crane relives an unsung feat of British seamanship. Show more
Couples and friends search for the perfect rental properties abroad. Dave and Trish head to Portugal, hoping to leave the Sussex winter behind for a place in the Algarve. Show more
Ainsley Harriott introduces classic recipes from some of the BBC's best-loved television chefs. The menu includes Ainsley's own perfect potato tart. Show more
Celebrity genealogy series. Frances de la Tour's family tree holds a tantalising clue which hints at aristocratic ancestors. Show more
Three-part series examining the harsh elements and rich rewards of the Alaskan wilderness. A mother sea otter nurses her baby through the chilly days of early spring. Show more
Today Flog It! is at the Old College, part of Aberystwyth University on the west coast of Wales. Paul Martin discovers how the myth of Merlin is at the heart of Wales. Show more
Gary Delaney, Rose Matafeo, Valerie Singleton and Rav Wilding test their general knowledge skills on this week's House of Games. Show more
Beginning just outside Newcastle in Jarrow, Michael Portillo uncovers the desperation which led 200 men to march 300 miles to Westminster to petition the government for work. Show more
Identical twins put competing health theories to the test. This episode tests the best way to lose weight, improve memory and beat pain without pills. Show more
Four more contenders brave the black chair. The specialist subjects are the Gordon Riots of 1780, the history of Marvel Comics, Franklin D Roosevelt and FE McWilliam. Show more
Victoria Coren Mitchell hosts the series where knowledge will only take you so far. Two teams who won their first match return to fight it out for a place in the quarter-finals. Show more
The second round of the quiz for students continues. Two teams representing their universities aim to reach the quarter finals. Show more
Gareth Malone faces a challenge which will test him like no other – to form a choir in one of the toughest prisons for young offenders. What he learns takes him by surprise. Show more
Celebrating pop culture from 1991.
Does Iran look like a country ready to deescalate? As Trump threatens more to come, how much influence does Britain wield in the post-Brexit world? And the latest on the Labour leadership contest. Show more
Hugh Grant tells the story behind his success, after being honoured with the Best Actor award at the Baftas for his performance in Four Weddings and a Funeral. Show more
Lord Sugar challenges the candidates to act as talent managers. They must audition unsigned musicians, choose which one to represent, then head to a studio to create a remix of one of their tracks. Show more
Steve Brown is in Somerset celebrating the work that volunteers and communities do in our countryside. He spends the day on a community farm that's doing its bit for sustainability. Show more
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