Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a house in Nottingham, a mid-terraced property in London and a property in Yorkshire, and find out how much these homes sold for at auction. Show more
Dominic Littlewood presents the series looking at antisocial behaviour. This episode features the wardens stamping out begging and littering on the busiest streets in the country. Show more
Series which sees insurance fraudsters caught on camera. In this episode, a woman making a personal injury claim for over £800,000 is caught out by secret surveillance. Show more
John Torode sifts through archive cookery clips linked by the letter H, including Tony and Giorgio cooking hambone soup and Jamie Oliver making a pinenut and honey tart. Show more
Consumer series. Featuring the energy company that is miscalculating bills, chasing payments and wrongly breaking into people's homes. Show more
Series following police forces across the UK as they deal with burglaries. Leeds Symphony Orchestra is silenced after some instruments are stolen. Show more
User-friendly guide to the latest technology news, issues, gadgets and apps. Click looks at tech helping preserve the past, plus homemade 3D scanning. Includes news and webscape. Show more
The latest national and international news, plus top interviews and analysis.
Andrew Neil with the latest political stories, including live coverage of shadow chancellor Ed Balls' speech to the Labour party conference.
John Humphrys questions four more contenders. Subjects are Peter Cook, Claude Monet, the films of Errol Flynn and the life and reign of Edward VI. Show more
Highlights from the America's Cup from San Francisco Bay. First contested in 1851, the event boasts the oldest trophy in international sport.
Beginning with their starters, the Central chefs Richard Bainbridge, Aktar Islam and Sue Ellis, battle it out and Glynn Purnell assesses the dishes. Show more
Series exploring the secrets of our underwater world. The team see how parts of the Southern Ocean are warming twice as fast as the world's other oceans and look at its impact. Show more
Series about orphaned baby elephants at the David Shelrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya. In Nairobi, Michaela Strachan follows the fortunes of two of the new babies, Jipe and Lualeni. Show more
Charting some of the more amazing journeys taken by certain species. Steve Leonard follows grey whales as they make the longest migration on the planet. Show more
Michael Aspel and the team return to Dyrham Park. Finds include an 18th-century embroidered court dress and a brooch given by the Queen Mother to her head chef in 1937. 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
James Martin explores regional ingredients found in the British Isles. On the South Coast it's truffles in the forests of Hampshire and tomatoes on the Isle of Wight. Show more
Pembroke College, Cambridge plays Somerville College, Oxford in another first-round match of the student quiz. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions.
Tom Kerridge shows how to cook dishes at home inspired by pub classics. He makes a melt-in-the-mouth slow-cooked shoulder of lamb with pommes boulangere. Show more
This episode follows student midwives as they get hands-on experience at Birmingham Women's Hospital - one of the busiest maternity units in the country. Show more
Lucy Worsley presents six films about the mental and physical health of our past monarchs, covering Henry VIII, Edward VI, Mary I, Charles I, George III and royal childbirth. Show more
A compilation of short science films for secondary schools which reveals how the victims of the eruption of Mount Vesuvius died in Pompeii in AD79. Show more