Drama. While living in Africa as a child, Jill Young is allowed to adopt a baby gorilla. Years later her pet, now a giant-sized creature, is taken to America by a group of showmen. Show more
Monty Don visits the world's 80 most inspiring gardens, this time in China and Japan, two of the world's oldest gardening cultures. Show more
Gardening magazine. Monty Don turns his attention to autumn, tackling the problem of what to grow in the shade of a tree or shrub. Carol Klein takes a closer look at the crocosmia. Show more
In the Beechgrove Garden, George and Jim are strimming and tidying the wild area while Carole takes another look at her colourful chilli collection. Show more
James Martin takes a look back at some of his favourite recipes and best moments from Saturday Kitchen. There is also classic archive including Rick Stein.
Cookery series with Tony Singh and Cyrus Todiwala. The two friends experiment with goats' cheese in the Cothi Valley, Camarthenshire, and visit a sweet shop in Bridgend. Show more
Matt Roberts presents live coverage of the British Grand Prix from Silverstone. British hopes rest with Cal Crutchlow, Bradley Smith and Michael Laverty.
Highlights from the World Rowing Championships in Chungju, South Korea. The last day includes the men's eight final, where the GB boat will face stiff competition from Germany. Show more
Highlights of the 2013 European Eventing Championships held in Malmo, Sweden. Europe's top riders are in action in the sport sometimes described as akin to an equine triathlon. Show more
Paul Martin brings Flog It! to the Subscription Rooms in Stroud. Expert Kate Bliss's keen eye spots a silver tea set with a difference. Paul tours nearby Berkeley Castle. Show more
Iolo Williams explores four historic estates in Wales. He visits ancient Dinefwr Park and tracks down lesser spotted woodpeckers, badgers and brown long-eared bats. Show more
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The remaining 12 have nine rounds and 27 challenges to get through before they are crowned Winner of the Great British Bake Off. Having survived cake, they now battle bread. Show more
Budding entrepreneurs pitch business ideas to multimillionaires. A pair of Cumbrian woodsmen attempt an unusually combative tactic and a Glasgow couple demo their yoga franchise. Show more
Simon Schama looks at the Jewish story, starting 3,000 years ago with the emergence of tribal people in contested land and a book to define them across millennia. Show more
Comedy series about E Blackadder Esq, butler to the Prince Regent in the late 18th century. Edmund sets out to find the regent a bride with a big dowry. Show more
Renowned broadcaster and satirist David Frost talks about his life and career.
Drama in which a young maid (Scarlett Johansson), employed by artist Johannes Vermeer (Colin Firth), charms him to the point where he feels compelled to paint her portrait. Show more
In north Devon, John Craven looks back at highlights from the series in search of the perfect bank holiday day out, including a search for deer and an Edwardian hike. Show more
Chrissie finds her prognosis difficult to deal with. Elliot decides to follow his heart over his head. Serena finds working alongside her ex-husband testing. Show more