Three people who were children during World War II explain their experiences to a young friend or relative. They describe their everyday life, their fears and excitement. Show more
Stefan Gates explores the science behind agriculture's most important event. To grow good food, and enough of it, farmers need to understand the science behind the harvest. Show more
A herd of elephants moves across the land in search of water.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a terraced property in Devon, and revisit a flat in London and a bungalow in North Lanarkshire, learning how much they sold for at auction. Show more
Events from the day-to-day work of the emergency services. The Magpas emergency medical team face an urgent case with a woman who cannot wait for hospital treatment. Show more
Property series. In this episode, Joe meets the Zaman family who have bought a derelict Methodist Chapel, and he finds out about the development of a former army barracks. Show more
Nicki Chapman meets Claire Richards, who has long believed that New Zealand could offer her family a better life. However, her husband Paul is reluctant to make the gamble. Show more
Zoologist and explorer George McGavin searches for the world's most spectacular swarms, discovering why they are the ultimate solution to surviving against all odds. Show more
Chef James Martin explores how the British Isles produces delicious regional ingredients. He discovers why Welsh mountain lamb is so prized by foodies. Show more
Interviews with newsmakers and personalities from across the globe. Stephen Sackur speaks to Sir Malcolm Rifkind, chairman of the UK's Intelligence and Security Committee. 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 Richard Madeley to discuss the political stories of the day, including how to control dangerous dogs. Plus, do former TV presenters make good politicians? Show more
Nine American contestants living in Britain must decide at the end of each round which of their number should be eliminated. Show more
The chefs from Wales - Aled Williams, Gareth Jones and Hywel Jones - pull out all the stops with their fish dishes, hoping to impress veteran chef Angela Hartnett. Show more
Keith Floyd demonstrates how to prepare monkfish, hake and squid.
Sitcom. Grace Brothers are quick to respond to the government's plea to conserve the nation's dwindling fuel stocks. However, the staff greet the proposals very coldly. Show more
Colonel Von Strohm and Captain Geering are captured by the Communist Resistance in retaliation for the supposed execution of Rene.
US police drama series about two female detectives. A routine missing persons assignment develops into a major bigamy and fraud case.
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 is joined by the couple who narrowly escaped elimination and Karen Hardy gives us her thoughts on the weekend's choreography.
It is the semi-final and there are just four bakers left. This time it is the French round, and the challenges include savoury canapes and opera cake. Show more
Sam and Phil gatecrash a drug-fuelled party at the house of an eccentric Russian millionaire and interrupt a poisonous assassination plot. Show more
Sarah Millican talks medical shows and fantasy series with some of the stars of Game of Thrones and Dr Christian Jessen from the Embarrassing Bodies TV show. Show more
Documentary. With a third of British children living with only one biological parent, this film asks young people about their experience of their parents' breakup. Show more
Following young people as they tackle the issues associated with poverty. This looks at Amber who is 16 and pregnant. She lives with her mum and the family survives on benefits. Show more
Following young people as they tackle the issues associated with poverty. Back from juvenile detention, Frankie is planning a new future and hopes to go to university. Show more
Following young people as they tackle the issues associated with poverty. After living on benefits, 17-year-old Shelby hopes her job placement will turn into a 'real' job. Show more
Following young people as they tackle the issues associated with poverty. This looks at Wes as he tries to move out of his mum's home and find a job so he can support his son. Show more
Five young people phone in to a night-time radio show with host Aled Haydn Jones to share their problems ranging from anorexia to depression, and OCD to self-harm. Show more