Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a cottage in Cornwall, a flat in Shepherd's Bush and a former jeweller's shop in Denton, Manchester. They learn how much each home sold for. Show more
In this episode, an entire terrace is threatened as fire spreads from house to house and a passer-by saves a little boy when his heart stops twice.
Matt Allwright uncovers the secrets of sophisticated scams. Matt meets 23-year-old Steve, who had his dreams shattered by conmen who posed as an HGV training firm. Show more
Series following the work of probate researchers. The case of Robin Hunt proves a difficult one for the heir hunters as they struggle to solve the mystery of Robin's parents. Show more
Chefs compete to cook at a banquet to celebrate 25 years of Red Nose Day. The three Northern Ireland chefs cook their fish courses. Show more
Steve Backshall and his crew are in South Africa. They are looking for one of the most iconic deadly animals of them all, the ferocious great white shark. Show more
Michael Portillo gets close to some Victorian botany at Kew Gardens, tries his hand at croquet and discovers a surprising 19th-century place of worship. Show more
HARDtalk speaks to Sir John Holmes, who was the UN Emergency Relief Coordinator during crisis in Sudan, Sri Lanka and Haiti. Does humanitarian aid work for those who need it most? Show more
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Set in the Jura mountains in eastern France, this adventure drama explores the peculiar friendship that develops between a ten-year-old girl and a fox. Show more
Highlights and analysis from the latest round of matches in Super League. Leeds take on Warrington, Huddersfield travel to Castleford and Wigan are at home to Wakefield. Show more
Relive all the thrills and spills of the 76th Masters from Augusta National, Georgia. Hazel Irvine presents the official review of a memorable championship. Show more
John Humphrys poses the questions in the classic quiz. This week's specialist subjects include Life and Reign of King Charles II; Conservative Government of John Major 1992-1997. Show more
From photographs taken in the 1860s, John Sergeant is inspired to find out the smugglers' haunts of medieval Rye and where Victorian riflemen learnt their skills. Show more
David Attenborough looks at why mammals are the world's most successful creatures. He visits Australia to study marsupials and mammals that have wombs. Show more
There's a steep learning curve for experts James Lewis and Elizabeth Talbot valuing antiques in Cambridge, while Paul Martin visits famous colleges. Show more
Dermot Murnaghan hosts the show in which teams from all over the UK take on probably the greatest quiz team in Britain, made up of some of the country's top quiz champions. Show more
The Bikers celebrate Britain's taste for the exotic and prepare a classic chilli ginger bread and show how to make the perfect sushi. Show more
Brand new series presented by Claudia Winkleman. The contestants tackle fly fastenings, patch pockets and made-to-measure silk - but two amateur sewers must be sent home. Show more
A day in the life of the NHS. A GP struggles with an unusual emergency on a Scottish Island and a top surgeon performs a high risk brain operation while the patient is awake. Show more
Jools is joined by Suede, with a track from their first album in eleven years. Also appearing in the brand new studio are Laura Mvula, The Strypes, Charles Bradley and Cat Power. Show more
Series going behind the scenes of the rail network. The West Coast Mainline is the busiest route in Europe, linking London to Glasgow. Show more