Lionel and Paulette’s garden is overlooked and unloved. They want a private space for entertaining and relaxing in. Can Charlie and the Rich brothers do all this for £5,000? Show more
Jonnie Irwin helps a pair of early retirees to find an impressive home in the Wiltshire or Somerset countryside. Show more
Gardening magazine. Brian reviews the success of Beechgrove’s box-hedging alternatives, while he and Mairi also share some topiary tips. Show more
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Mel Giedroyc presents the game show where pairs of contestants go head to head to crack a series of passwords in an attempt to take home £2,500 in cash. Show more
Paul Martin teaches people the tricks of the antiques trade. Today, he helps Emma Wilson from Teesside and David Broughton from Sussex. Show more
Creative culinary competition. The two chefs cook their taste of summer menus again for judges Oliver Peyton, Matthew Fort, Andi Oliver and guest Greg Rusedski. Show more
Creative culinary competition. In the north east heats, returning banquet champion Tommy Banks takes on two ambitious newcomers, Danny Parker and Josh Overington. 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
Marine wildlife programme. Hugh and the team celebrate sharks. During summer over 30 species are found in the UK - including blue sharks, smoothhounds and basking sharks. 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 is entertained by some Laurel and Hardy autographs, and David Harper is gripped by a collection of Edwardian postcards. Paul Martin talks to playwright James Graham. 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
Michael Portillo's railway journey through 1930s Britain from Newcastle to Loch Ness reaches Falkirk in Scotland. Show more
Highlights of the first day of the first test match between England and New Zealand.
Gillian looks at spring from a swift’s point of view, insect fan Penny introduces us to the tiny residents of a London park, and Iolo checks out some strange species at Alladale Wilderness Reserve. Show more
Following the challenges involved in building Hinkley Point C, one of Europe’s largest projects and the first new nuclear power station in Britain for a generation. Show more
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Stand-up comedy from the Hammersmith Apollo. The hilarious Rob Beckett is your host as he introduces rising comedy stars Jen Brister and Darren Harriott to the stage. Show more
The day's important national and international news stories. With Kirsty Wark.
Regional Variations (2)
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
Entrepreneurs pitch plantable children's books, an at-home private chef service, luxury home fragrances and scent-detection courses for dogs. Show more
Mary Beard kicks off the series by thinking about how we remember - not just as individuals, but as a society and a nation. Show more
Michael Portillo heads for leafy Hatch End, where he investigates an illustrator whose work was so popular in the 1920s and 30s that his name entered the English dictionary. Show more
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