Highlights of programmes on BBC Two.
The Parkers dream of balancing a new business venture with family time in the great outdoors. Will a week in Dorset tempt their grown-up children away from the pace of London? Show more
Five dealers bid against each other for items brought in by the public, including a childhood Viewmaster collection, a set of art deco candle holders and an apothecary box. Show more
With lost time to catch up on after lockdown, and livelihoods on the line, the Newquay fleet are steaming into a summer like no other. Show more
Tuesday is Strength. Mark Wright shows us exercises designed to make the body strong.
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Jo Coburn is joined by Joanna Lumley, Matt Vickers MP, David Blunkett, Anita Boateng and Pippa Crerar for political discussions that include a policy requiring UK arrivals to take two Covid-19 tests. Show more
More on Shakespeare’s use of language, how photosynthesis works in plants and brushing up on those map-reading skills in geography.
What if your first true love was someone you’d been told to hate? Ripped apart by the bitter divisions of their parents, two young people will risk everything to be together. Show more
Regional Variations (2)
Documentary series looking at a family of meerkats living on the edge of the Kalahari Desert. Flower's daughter Rocket Dog is once again in charge of the Whiskers. Show more
Documentary series following a group of meerkats. The changing season means Zaphod must leave the Whiskers clan and face living alone. Show more
Flog It! comes from the 19th-century Highcliffe Castle in Dorset. Christina Trevanion falls in love with a 1960s coat by Biba, and Philip Serrel with a classic cheeseboard. Show more
Kae Kurd, Zoe Lyons, Andrew Hunter Murray and Kate Robbins test their general knowledge skills on this week's House of Games. Show more
Comedian Zoe Lyons hosts the quick-fire quiz where six plucky contestants must stay out of the light to be alright. Can anyone beat the lightning and win the £3,000 jackpot? Show more
Rick arrives in Perigord, famous for black truffles, walnuts and duck dishes. He cooks enchaud, a traditional pot-roast pork, before heading towards the balmy shores of the Med. Show more
The nine remaining interior designers take part in a commercial design challenge to transform London offices. Presented by Alan Carr with judge Michelle Ogundehin.
Forensic co-ordinator Jo Ward leads the search for evidence and motive after a knife attack in which a husband is believed to have killed his wife and a next-door neighbour. Show more
Regional Variations (2)
Romesh Ranganathan mulls over the week’s most entertaining news with celebrity guests, his mum, and his very own rambunctious focus group, The Ranganation. Show more
The big political issues of the day. With Emily Maitlis.
Simon focuses on some of the incredible wildlife stories he has encountered, such as the eccentric Yorkshireman who founded a giant tortoise sanctuary on his island in the Seychelles. Show more
Documentary following Rio Ferdinand a year after losing his wife to cancer as he tries to come to terms with the loss and its effects on him and his three children. Show more
This intimate documentary follows the Ferdinands as Rio’s fiancée Kate Wright integrates into the family and becomes a step mum to his three children. Show more
A deeply personal film following Katie Price and her disabled son Harvey in a crucial year of his life, as he turns 18 and becomes an adult. Show more
In this episode, Winterwatch looks at winter gatherings. Chris Packham is live in the New Forest, Gillian Burke explores the life-cycle of the eel, and Megan McCubbin is swimming with jellyfish. Show more
A discarded gun cartridge helps the police to convict a man who gunned down a fellow officer, and a packet of medication helps to lock up a gang of violent jewellery thieves.