Highlights of programmes on BBC Two.
Charlie and the Rich Brothers reveal their favourite quirky garden rescues, including a garden that fuses Japan and Yorkshire. Plus plenty of fresh tips from the team. Show more
Barristers Jeremy Dein and Sasha Wass re-examine their oldest case yet - the murder of a military veteran by his estranged wife nearly 200 years ago. Show more
Wildlife documentary series following a family of meerkats. The Whiskers have grown to 40 meerkats, and Big Cy from the rival Lazuli group is around. Show more
Gardening magazine. Carole shows the difference between a bed of hardy annuals sown in a prepared bed alongside an unprepared bed. Show more
A team of scientists and film-makers explores the jungle wilderness of New Guinea. Wildlife cameraman Gordon Buchanan discovers the nest of the world's smallest parrot. Show more
Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break.
The first-round matches come to their conclusion, whilst last-16 action gets underway. These matches are increased to three sessions and are the best of 25 frames.
The tour ends in Carlisle, where the guys discover an extraordinary WWI government scheme designed to put a stop to drunken behaviour and change the city's pubs forever. Show more
Paul Martin presents from Crowcombe Court in west Somerset, with antiques experts James Lewis and Thomas Plant. Items include Derby porcelain and an amber necklace. Show more
Jeremy Vine hosts the show where every day a new team of challengers take on probably the greatest quiz team in Britain. Show more
Documentary looking at a family of meerkats. Flower's little band struggle to find food to survive. The exiled Tosca has a change of fortune. Show more
Highlights of the first of three Test matches between England and Pakistan.
Beginning in historic Orleans, Michael follows his Bradshaw’s guide to the magnificent stained-glass windows of the Cathedral of Sainte-Croix, which tell the story of Joan of Arc. Show more
Brothel owner Margaret Wells is on the threshold of moving into a more up-market house in Soho when her premises are raided by the nightwatchmen. Show more
Nancy has a plan to help Margaret in her vendetta with Lydia. William tells Margaret that a man has been asking after her in the taverns. Show more
Paul Murton visits the Isle of Ewe. He meets up with Jane Grant, a local scallop farmer who skippers her own boat from the mainland as there is no public ferry to the island. Show more
Coronavirus cases appear to be on the rise once more but is the danger that the virus poses as grave as we once thought? Kirsty Wark presents.
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Highlights from the day’s play in Sheffield, where the line-up for the last 16 is now complete.
Extended highlights from the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield.
Panorama follows the unfolding tragedy in care homes as they struggle to protect residents against Covid-19. Alison Holt asks if they were left to fight the virus alone. Show more
Jay Blades delves into the UK’s maritime history through eye-opening archive and three memorable items from the Repair Shop: a ditty box, a teddy and a book of cuttings about Captain Scott. Show more
The four celebrities cook a two-course meal for John, Gregg and three former Celebrity MasterChef finalists: Angellica Bell, Les Dennis and Spencer Matthews. Show more