Adam and Frederique in Bracknell want their front garden to be an upcycled, child-friendly eco paradise with vegetable beds. Can Charlie and the Rich brothers do it for £3,000? Show more
Our teams go bargain hunting in Leominster in Herefordshire with the help of experts Kate Bliss and Ochucko Ojiri. Presenter Christina Trevanion visits an antique doll restorer. Show more
Monty adds flowers to act as pollinators and creates an alpine trough. Adam Frost helps comedian Susan Calman with her garden, and Nick Bailey shows us a simple way to attract wildlife. Show more
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Two of the top teams in the competition go head to head as St Helens face Hull FC, whilst title-challenging Catalans and Wigan meet in Perpignan. Show more
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Gail Porter appeals on behalf of Changing Faces, who offer practical and emotional support to people living with a scar, mark or condition that makes them look different. Show more
Paul Martin teaches people the tricks of the antiques trade. Today, he helps Piers Taberham from Southampton and Krystal Allen from Belfast. Show more
Creative culinary competition. Paul serves a personal main course based on his mother's favourite food, and Ellis surprises with a dish that honours Fred Perry. Show more
Creative culinary competition. Ellis's dish is inspired by strawberries, and Tom hopes to beat the other chefs with a savoury and sweet bilberry dish. Show more
Nature documentary. Cameraman Jeff Turner spends a year in Canada's frozen north following Storm, an extraordinary wolf whose pack was first featured in Frozen Planet. Show more
Marine wildlife programme. Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and the team find out where to meet the UK's dolphins and whales. Show more
Jeremy Vine hosts the show where every day a new team of challengers take on what is probably the greatest quiz team in Britain, made up of some of the country's top quizzers.
In Yorkshire, Caroline Hawley uncovers remarkable suffragette postcards, and David Harper is delighted by some newspaper printing blocks. Paul Martin steps aboard museum trawler the Arctic Corsair. Show more
Every day this week, celebrity contestants Nish Kumar, Clara Amfo, Anneka Rice and Al Murray take on a series of challenging quiz games selected by host Richard Osman. Show more
Steered by his 1936 Bradshaw's Guide, Michael Portillo is in Northumbria en route to the Highlands. Show more
Craig Charles and Robert Llewellyn team up with antiquers Izzie Balmer and Tim Medhurst for a West Midlands road trip. A search for profit-making antiques to sell at auction. Show more
Chris Packham and Michaela Strachan report live from Norfolk, Gillian Burke looks at some clever cuttlefish, and Iolo Williams heads up into the Scottish Highlands to spot some avian show-offs. Show more
At Coventry’s University Hospital, Critical Care is at full capacity, and two neurosurgeons must find a solution to treat both of their patients with only one bed available. Show more
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Sandi Toksvig hosts the Not Nearly episode of QI with Gyles Brandreth, Victoria Coren Mitchell, Jimmy Carr and Alan Davies.
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Documentary exploring the political brinkmanship and bitter communal violence that led to the partition of Ireland. Show more
As artificial intelligence changes our world, it has sparked a new arms race between China and the US. Experts warn that without urgent regulation, we could lose control of AI. Show more
Little Mix’s Leigh-Anne Pinnock explores racism across the music industry and confronts her own experiences as the only black member of the band. Show more
British Sikhs celebrate some of life’s biggest moments, from birth and coming of age to marriage and the end of life. Show more
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