Natasha Raskin Sharp hosts a music special from the Britannia Panopticon Theatre in Glasgow, where she looks back at some musical buys from past episodes. Show more
Jay Blades calls on designer Sarah Peterson and blacksmith Kev Paxton to help revamp lampshades, some metal piling and windbreaker poles. Show more
Gregg and Chris visit a young family with very different tastes in food. Husband Ajaz loves spiced-up red meat, but wife Aliyah prefers milder flavours, so they never eat the same meal. Show more
BBC Parliament's programme looking back at the week in Westminster presented by David Cornock.
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Jo Coburn is joined by MPs Ian Murray and Laura Farris, and journalists Helen Lewis and Madeline Grant to discuss the future of UK-US relations and mental health support during coronavirus lockdowns. Show more
Tanya Arnold presents highlights and analysis from the latest round of matches in Super League. Champions St Helens take on Catalans Dragons, whilst Warrington face Hull Kingston Rovers. Show more
Len Goodman takes actor, writer and comedian Nigel Planer back to Ottery-St-Mary in Devon to relive his childhood holiday of 1960. Show more
Woody is intent on concealing his secret from Tracy and ropes George in to help him with a secret mission. Meanwhile, Tracy is hiring a new helper of her own, getting Katie to join the teaching staff. Show more
Ten home potters compete to become Top Potter. The search for a top potter begins with a four-day assignment to make stackable kitchen bowls from lumps of earthenware clay. Show more
Nick Crane visits an abandoned refrigeration plant whose workers kept Britain's biggest fishing fleet afloat. Show more
Charles Hanson and James Braxton search out antiques in Oxfordshire on their third adventure together. One of them finds a piece of jewellery that could be very valuable indeed. 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
Steve Backshall, Catherine Bohart, Dr Ranj Singh and Meera Syal test their general knowledge skills on this week's House of Games. Show more
Zoe Ball kicks off the weekly fix of Strictly action, chatting exclusively to the latest couple to leave the competition. Show more
Mark Chapman presents live coverage as non-league minnows dream of facing Football League giants in the FA Cup second round. Show more
Victoria Coren Mitchell hosts the series where knowledge will only take you so far. A team of sacred music fans take on three seaside dwellers in this heat. Show more
Nigella shares her take on the bhorta, a dish of fried and mashed vegetables favoured in the Indian subcontinent, to which she introduces a very British ingredient. Show more
It’s another second-round match tonight, with two teams fighting it out for a place in the quarter-finals. Show more
The UK lockdown is over, but London’s Royal Free Hospital is counting the cost of having to prioritise Covid-19 above almost everything else as they battle to treat the patients left behind. Show more
Regional Variations (3)
Romesh is joined virtually by his hand-picked focus group, the Ranganation, to take a funny, topical look at modern Britain. Show more
The day's important national and international news stories with Emma Barnett.
Regional Variations (2)
Sixteen years after being shot by al-Qaeda, BBC security correspondent Frank Gardner explores what it is like to suddenly become disabled, meeting others with life-changing injuries. Show more
The Countryfile team head out on a series of one-to-one rambles with inspiring young people from around the UK, all in aid of this year's Children in Need. Show more
A surge in coughing attacks on police officers as the Covid-19 pandemic brings fresh dangers for emergency service workers. Show more
Highlights of programmes on BBC Two.