Donner Hegarty dreams of living her life down under in New Zealand, but her Kiwi husband has no desire to return. Will a trial week convince him to change his mind? Show more
Poultry and heritage fruit and veg producers come together at Alexandra Palace farmers' market. Show more
In the first heat of the week, six professional chefs from across the UK put their reputations on the line. Each professional's journey begins with the infamous skills test. Show more
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Couples and friends search for perfect rental properties abroad. Chris and Val try to rent out their house in Leeds to fund their dream winter in the Costa Blanca. Show more
Recipes from some of the BBC's best-loved TV chefs. The menu features homemade versions of takeaway classics, including fish and chips from James Martin. Show more
Celebrity genealogy series. Actor Charles Dance explores his family history and is determined to learn about his dad, who died when Charles was four. Show more
Three-part series examining the harsh elements and rich rewards of the Alaskan wilderness. Summer is a narrow window of plenty, when the land is bathed in 24-hour sunlight. Show more
Paul Martin presents from the Royal Marines Museum at Southsea in Hampshire, where Charles Hanson uncovers a navigational tool. Show more
Gary Delaney, Rose Matafeo, Valerie Singleton and Rav Wilding test their general knowledge skills. Show more
Steered by his 1936 Bradshaw's Guide, Michael Portillo is in Northumbria en route to the Highlands. Show more
Families brace themselves for the first chaos-filled weeks of parenthood. First-timers Syler and Mo, family of six the Pierces and same-sex couple Paul and Craig prepare for birth. Show more
Whilst other fishing communities are feeling the pinch, Mevagissey on Cornwall's south coast bucks the trend. Can the next generation of young skippers make a go of it? Show more
With just three weeks to go, Gareth has only seven performers and a handful of half-baked songs. Gareth is still hoping to get a performance together but in prison things never go to plan. Show more
Sam helps Max settle in to her first days of college life in Chicago and has an unsettling return journey back to Los Angeles.
As the Labour leadership race gets underway, Emily talks to one of the candidates. Plus, the cyber kidnap of Travellex; and what does the future hold for British film?
Mark Chapman and guests Osi Umenyiora and Jason Bell discuss the latest NFL action.
The barristers investigate their oldest case yet, the murder by drowning of a female passenger aboard a commercial narrow boat in Staffordshire in 1839. Show more
The coastguard rescue a six-foot-nine-inch Norwegian nicknamed Tiny from a ship bound to the Shetland Folk Festival, and junior doctor Freddie treats an Indonesian fisherman in A&E. Show more
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