Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a cottage in Surrey, a house in Sevenoaks, Kent, and a cottage in Cumbria. They learn how much each has sold for at auction. Show more
Consumer series. Fiona Foster and Rani Price hear from two sets of holidaymakers whose dream trips were scuppered because they didn't have the right visa. Show more
Jonnie Irwin has help and advice for homeowners who have fallen victim to cowboy builders. In Romford, Essex, Jonnie learns of a builder who made a mess of a garage construction. Show more
TV chefs compete in real restaurants to make the most profit. Ed Baines and John Burton Race lock horns as they are challenged to cook on a vintage train. Show more
To discover the pure pleasure of seaside leisure, the team seek out the ideal locations to enjoy their personal passions and experience the joy of the coast. Show more
Michel Roux Jnr and drinks expert Kate Goodman are joined by Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge as they set out to create the perfect roast. Show more
It's a deluge of data, Click shows you what you can do with it, as we examine the info behind your pictures. Plus we plug into the tech that's lighting up San Francisco. Show more
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Jo Coburn is joined by David Cameron's former adviser James O'Shaughnessy to discuss all the main political stories of the day, including the latest on lobbying. Show more
Ben Fogle and Kate Humble explore life behind the scenes at Longleat Estate and Safari Park. The keepers get to grips with three very excitable young warthogs. 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 quiz. Specialist subjects include: Life and Work of Edward Hopper; 20th Century Parliamentary Scandals; Life and Work of Nancy Mitford.
Nick Baker introduces a film from the Springwatch archives which follows Simon King on an urban safari around the UK. Cities are home to otters, peregrine falcons and badgers. Show more
Fred Dibnah travels Britain in a traction engine in search of engineering skills and technology from a bygone age. He visits a forge in Sheffield. Show more
David Attenborough reveals the fascinating lives of snakes. A CCTV stakeout of wild rattlesnakes hunting shows what sophisticated predators they truly are. Show more
Flog It visits Portsmouth, home to the Royal Navy, where the experts Anita Manning and James Lewis hope to find something nautical to take to the auction in Chichester. 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
Cookery competition. Tom Kitchin must decide who to choose as his protege, so he asks two young students to cook dishes by his own mentor, Pierre Koffmann. Show more
Jonathan Foyle looks for clues in Henry VIII's art to glimpse what was going on inside the king's head as he faced his darkest days following his divorce and break with Rome. Show more
UK wildlife action from Chris Packham, Michaela Strachan and Martin Hughes-Games. Martin reveals his top tips for tracking deer, plus an update on the drama at the osprey's nest. Show more
Crime drama series set in Northern Ireland. Eastwood's investigation into Olson's murder throws open some uncomfortable truths for Burns. Show more
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Alex James looks back at music news and memorable moments from Never Mind The Buzzcocks. In 1996, Take That split up and a certain comedy music quiz was shown for the first time. Show more
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The latest from the protests in Turkey, Ed Balls on Labour's economic policy, and technology you can wear. With Jeremy Paxman.
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The year is 1536. Wedded to Jane Seymour, Henry hopes for stability, but his bliss is disturbed by an insurrection of commoners against the suppression of the Catholic church. Show more
Pained by an old wound, Henry angrily orders the insurrection in Yorkshire to be squashed, but fears that those closest to him, including Jane Seymour, sympathise with the rebels. Show more
A day in the life of the NHS, this time beyond the hospital environment. Featuring the work of air ambulance crews, district nurses, paramedics, GPs and even students. Show more
Gemma Cairney journeys through the history of the women's movement, investigating landmark events including women winning the right to vote and the sexual revolution of the 1960s. Show more
Meeting the engineers working on design solutions to beat cancer, design stoves to stop millions being killed from smoke inhalation and create our future clothing. Show more