Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a three-bedroom semi in Cornwall, a one-bedroom flat in London and a house in Gwent, learning how much they sold for at auction. Show more
Nick Knowles presents events from the work of the emergency services. The air ambulance team find a 12-year-old schoolgirl lying at the bottom of a huge sandstone rock. Show more
Documentary series. A supposedly injured man is seen displaying surprisingly athletic abilities, and a company's state-of-the-art technology catches would-be fraudsters in the act. Show more
Nicki Chapman meets Claire Whyte, who has long dreamt of emigrating to Australia and who believes the time is right to finally make the move. But will her husband agree? Show more
Oz Clarke reveals the truth about supermarkets' discounted wine, and the team have the latest on Watchdog's energy campaign.
Chef James Martin explores how the British Isles produces delicious regional ingredients. He visits the sunny south east to find out why Kent's cherries are so sweet. Show more
Click is at Japan's biggest tech show, where we try on a superhuman exoskeleton, eat sushi that serves itself, and lots more. Plus news and webscape.
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Jo Coburn with political news, interviews and debate, including the latest on George Osborne's visit to China. With former US diplomat Colleen Graffy.
John Humphrys continues the hunt for the nation's Mastermind. Subjects include the life and career of Charles James Fox and the history of the Gaelic Athletic Association. Show more
Nine contestants play as a team to win up to £10,000. Only one takes the prize money, as at the end of each round contestants decide which of their number should be eliminated.
Beginning with their starters, the Welsh chefs Aled Williams, Gareth Jones and Hywel Jones battle it out, with Angela Hartnett deciding who gets through to the judges. Show more
Intrepid gastronaut Keith Floyd discovers the delights of traditional Jersey fare. On the menu are Jersey potatoes and liver in cream sauce, and conger eel and marigold soup. Show more
Department store sitcom. Mr Grainger's colleagues plan a birthday dinner to mark his long service in the store.
Sitcom about the French Resistance. Rene has to organise his own funeral under the beady eye of Flick. Show more
Classic series about two female detectives. When a damaging leak is traced to their squad, Chris and Mary Beth are assigned to an internal affairs investigation. Show more
Paul Martin presents a programme in which members of the public attempt to make money out of their antiques by taking a risk at auction. This edition comes from Newmarket.
Jeremy Vine 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
Zoe Ball presents backstage gossip and behind-the-scenes action from the weekend. Zoe chats exclusively to the latest eliminated couple.
Rick Stein explores the different cuisines around India. He starts his journey in Bengal and Tamil Nadu, savouring heavily British-influenced dishes in Kolkata and Chennai. Show more
It is a Welsh affair in the last of the first round matches, as the University of Aberystwyth is up against Bangor University. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions.
Tom Kerridge cooks up some pub classics including caesar salad, pickled eggs, pork scratchings, a classic pork belly roast, fish and chips, and date and toffee pudding. Show more
Stephen Fry discovers what it means to be gay around the world. He travels to Uganda, where the government is considering a law that would make homosexuality a capital crime. Show more
Art critic Alastair Sooke heads to the new Leonardo da Vinci exhibition in Edinburgh, where he takes a look at a collection of some of da Vinci's anatomical drawings. Show more
Documentary series. Simon Schama examines the story of the medieval Jews and their struggle to preserve their identity under the rule of Christianity and Islam. Show more
Made in collaboration with the National Theatre, this one-hour special reveals how one of Britain's best-loved books was adapted to become a multi-award-winning theatre production. Show more