Children journey into the mathematical world that underpins their favourite sport. Rugby fans meet two of the Wales national rugby team and measure their furthest pass. Show more
Property renovation series. Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a cottage in Cornwall, a house in Ashford, Kent, and a mid-terrace in Northumberland. Show more
Series following high court enforcement officers. Craig and Tom have a difficult confrontation in a convenience store, and Lawrence and Kev deal with squatters in a London pub. Show more
Trauma specialist Helen Oliver is scrambled to a serious car crash on a country road. And in the outback, Dr Sarah McNeilly fights to save a bush ranger's leg.
Paul Hollywood celebrates British pies and puddings with the ladies of a Chippenham truck stop, and creates a bacon and egg pie inspired by their roadside fare. Show more
Historians run a farm in West Sussex exactly as it would have been in 1500. The team explores Tudor hospitality, learning how the monasteries courted wealthy benefactors. Show more
Series following a sanctuary for orphaned kangaroos in the outback. Rex, Ruby and latest orphan Bluey are introduced to the rest of the mob for the first time. Show more
Having produced Egypt's first ever democratically elected president, Shaun Ley asks Yehia Hamid, is the Muslim Brotherhood now encouraging the violence it professes to abhor? Show more
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Rishi Persad presents live coverage from Potters Leisure Resort, with focus on the ladies' final, while the world open singles champion Paul Foster is in second round action. Show more
Paul Martin presents from Wolverhampton, where experts Catherine Southon and David Barby search for items to take to auction. Paul also visits Wightwick Manor. Show more
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
Michael Portillo's journey to Wolverhampton continues. He visits Clifton Zoo in Bristol and finds out why Gloucester station became known for lost luggage. Show more
In the fourth heat, three amateur designers makeover sitting rooms in neighbouring homes in a converted mill on the Thames in south east London. Show more
The team return to the historic buildings being transformed into dream homes. Kieran Long revisits Sandford House and Abbey Lane for an update. Show more
At the end of an action-packed week, Chris Packham, Michaela Strachan and Martin Hughes-Games report live on wildlife stories from the Scottish Highlands. Show more
Rishi Persad presents highlights from Potters Leisure Resort, with focus on the ladies' final, while the world open singles champion Paul Foster is in second round action. Show more
Reporter Alistair Jackson investigates the tactics of the country's police firearms units, and officers who have killed break their silence to speak out to Panorama. Show more
Series following Iceland supermarkets. CEO Malcolm Walker hopes a new TV ad campaign will help restore the company's image. The Tooting manager sets out to stop a salmon thief. Show more
Andrew Marr presents a selection of stories from his History of the World, specially rewritten for key stage 3 pupils. He explores ten key events. Show more