Properties in Sevenoaks in Kent, Beeston in Nottinghamshire and Dalston in London are sold under the hammer. 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
The team restores a one-of-a-kind clock, an iconic pedal car, a very unusual ceramic canine and a devoted football fan’s lucky mascot. Show more
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Ben Wright presents highlights of the week's proceedings at Westminster and the Scottish and Welsh Parliaments.
Wartime drama based on the true story of a courageous Frenchwoman who returned to her occupied homeland to spy for the Special Operations Executive. Show more
Series following communities involved in the annual floral competition. Chris Bavin travels to Stechford, a town taking part in the entry-level scheme of Bloom. Show more
Barristers Sasha Wass and Jeremy Dein look back at their investigation of a murder case from the 1930s and discover that a family torn apart has finally been reunited. Show more
An insight into modern farming life. In the west of Scotland in Argyll, husband and wife George and Sybil gather in their sheep from over six square miles of rugged mountainside. Show more
Antiques series. Paul Martin presents from Sandon Hall in Staffordshire, with experts Christina Trevanion and Charles Hanson. Show more
Maisie Adam, Rory Bremner, James Cracknell and Michelle Gayle test their general knowledge skills on this week's House of Games. Show more
Kate and Ben find out what lengths the keepers go to for one of Europe’s oldest elephants, and wildlife photographer Hamza witnesses some unique tiger behaviour. Show more
Simon and team head to Dorset to help musicians Ralph and Dizzy rebuild their bender, a simple shelter made from hazel sticks. Show more
Everyone is learning at Beechgrove this week with Calum Clunie and Carole Baxter. Calum helps a school in Aberdeenshire get to grips with their community garden. Show more
It’s the end of the week at the Chelsea Flower Show, and Monty Don and Joe Swift are celebrating in style with the winner of this year’s coveted BBC RHS People’s Choice Award. Show more
Summer 1943. Isolated Chester strikes out in desperation, while an infection afflicts the camp and paranoia strikes its commander.
January 1945. Shaken by a fresh revelation, Chester participates in a ritual. At camp, Amy anticipates retribution from Major Bowen, despite his cheery behaviour.
Julia Bradbury presents the live wildlife programme following the progress of three black bear cubs as they follow their mother through the spectacular Northwoods of Minnesota.
What has prompted the PM to rewrite the Ministerial Code? Is the Ukraine war heading for a stalemate? And the Russian TV journalist who quit.
The big night at York Hall finally arrives. It’s the moment of truth for Idris’s fighters as they enter the ring for their first ever amateur bouts. Show more
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe tells her own story of imprisonment in Iran, exclusively to Emma Barnett for a special edition of Woman’s Hour. Show more
As Ukrainians return to areas once under Russian control, they are uncovering evidence of war crimes. Panorama’s Paul Kenyon travels to Kyiv to investigate. Show more
Richard is on a lifelong mission to discover the identity of his father, Janet wants to know if she has a secret sister, and Glen hopes his DNA can finally reveal his ancestry. Show more
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