To celebrate Mothering Sunday, Katherine Jenkins visits the Mothers’ Union in Worthing, and Pam Rhodes talks to Katie Piper and her mum Diane about their faith. Show more
At the Anglesey Showground, the reds and blues do battle alongside antiques experts Roo Irvine and Richard Madley. Presenter Charlie Ross visits Beaumaris’s Victorian gaol. Show more
RNLI volunteers teams come to the aid of two teenagers stuck in mud on the Humber estuary and a boat that has lost its mast on the freezing waters of Loch Ness. Show more
Britain's bonds with its Celtic cousins across in Brittany are explored. Neil Oliver visits the province of Finistere, battered by some of the world's wildest waters. Show more
A family of chimps live in a forested gorge that runs though the African savannah and has been cut off from the rest of the jungle for 15 years, leaving the chimps imprisoned. Show more
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A look at some of the BBC's most popular gardening programmes and personalities, presented by Carol Kirkwood. Carol explores subjects that all begin with the letter A. Show more
Christina Trevanion and Mark Stacey visit a Belgian antiques market. Has the magpie uncovered an extinct bird in the shape of a Victorian cane topper? Show more
Terry Wogan and Mason McQueen visit the Roman city of Bath. From Bath chaps to beetroot sorbet, they taste it all, including honey-glazed dormice, cooked Roman style. Show more
Patricia needs someone to do her dirty work. Medical aid for Rachel requires discovery of what drug she took, while Johno investigates Keith’s links to the incident.
Special episode bringing together the ultimate rules of design, room by room. Including insider techniques and design secrets from the judges of the series. Show more
Celebrities choose the TV moments that have shaped their lives. Brian Conley takes Birds of a Feather star Lesley Joseph back to revisit the TV moments from her past. Show more
The quiz in which contestants try to score as few points as possible by plumbing the depths of their general knowledge to come up with the answers no-one else could think of. Show more
Every day this week presenter Kelly Cates, actor Tyger Drew-Honey, comedian Desiree Burch and journalist Matt Allwright take on a series of quiz games selected by Richard Osman. Show more
Michael Portillo strikes gold at the Royal Mint in Llantrisant, where after much frisking, he gains access to the inner vaults. Show more
Setting off from Panama City, the remaining four teams take to the Caribbean Sea, but there are complications when a state of emergency is declared in the destination of their next checkpoint. Show more
The Arderns go back in time to run a corner shop through the 80s and 90s. Selling everything from Ice Magic to lottery tickets, they learn how life behind the counter reflects two decades of change. Show more
Sam is disappointed that Frankie has been missing from home for eight days without contacting her. Show more
The day's important national and international news stories with Emily Maitlis.
At the UK’s only specialist neurology hospital Trust, a doctor strives to secure groundbreaking treatment for patients with a misunderstood but common neurological disorder. Show more
A fresh batch of nervous entrepreneurs strive to seal a life-changing deal. Tonight’s hopefuls include two low-alcohol brewers who hope the Dragons will stump up for the ultimate round of investment. Show more
It’s the second week of heats, with six more hopefuls getting their first chance to win an apron by cooking their signature dish. Show more
One of the world’s greatest living writers - Hilary Mantel - delves into her past and present, intertwining the themes of the Wolf Hall trilogy with stories from her own life. Show more
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