Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit an apartment in Cornwall, a house in County Durham and a property in Chiswick, London. They learn how much each sold for. Show more
Dominic Littlewood comes to the aid of ordinary people who are having a consumer nightmare. Dom meets a family who cut their holiday short due to the accommodation. Show more
Inspector Trevor Walker takes an urgent call to a deer hit by a car. And six injured seals are nursed back to health and released back into the North Sea.
Series looking at benefit fraud. Investigators for the NHS discover a financial analyst at a London hospital siphoning off taxpayers' money into his friends' bank accounts. Show more
Coast reveals stories of invasions around the British Isles, including the German occupation of Guernsey in WWII and the often forgotten Zeppelin blitz of WWI. Show more
Michael Portillo visits a garden used as a viewing platform for public hangings, and experiences a timepiece like no other. Show more
Guide to the latest technology, issues, gadgets and apps. Click looks at silent tech and technology atop the tallest building in Western Europe. Includes tech news and webscape. Show more
The latest national and international news, plus top interviews and analysis.
The latest international news from the BBC.
Jo Coburn is joined by Charles Kennedy, Margaret Beckett, Lord Forsyth and Clare Gerada, chair of the Royal College of GPs, to discuss the latest political stories.
Anne Robinson invites well-known personalities to discuss their favourite books. This episode features father-and-son broadcasting team Peter and Dan Snow. Show more
Anne Robinson presents the quick-fire general knowledge quiz in which contestants eliminate the weakest team member at the end of each round. Show more
John Humphrys poses the questions in the classic quiz. Specialist subjects include: the age of the Welsh Princes 800 - 1283, and the life and career of Elizabeth Fry. Show more
Amateur bakers have their skills tested to the limit. The contestants tackle Paul's recipe for an eight-strand plaited loaf and bake 24 bagels in the showstopper round. Show more
Series devoted to saving treasured heirlooms from the scrapheap. In Stonyhurst College, Lancashire, furniture restorer Tim Akers revives some 300-year-old battle-scarred chairs. Show more
David Attenborough uncovers an intriguing network of incredible partnerships as he continues to explore the world of the invertebrates. Show more
Paul Martin presents from Cambridge, with James Lewis and Elizabeth Talbot helping to find valuable items to take to auction. Paul can't resist going punting in the rain. Show more
Dermot Murnaghan hosts a general knowledge quiz in which teams from all over the UK battle to beat the Eggheads. Show more
Three of the UK's most renowned chefs look for a young student to take under their wing. Tom Kitchin begins his search at Perth College in Scotland where he himself trained. Show more
Antiques dealer Andrew Lamberty buys a range of fascinating objects and donates all the profits to a dementia support charity and an animal shelter, in dire need of repair. Show more
Crime drama series set in Northern Ireland. When a murder in Belfast remains unsolved after 28 days, DSI Stella Gibson is called in to review the case.
Sixteen ambitious entrepreneurs start their fight for a life-changing investment, as the battle to become Lord Sugar's next business partner begins with a selling task. Show more
A day in the life of the NHS. Featuring a tetraplegic coming to terms with the changed relationship with his daughter and a burns victim undergoing reconstructive surgery. Show more
Composer Barry Russell, with help from musicians from the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, passes on techniques, skills and best practice to students who are composing their own music. Show more
Pianist Tom Horton performs Bach's Prelude in C Major.
The BBC Philharmonic Orchestra performs Danse Macabre by Saint-Saens and The Chairman Dances by John Adams.