Six classic fairy tales are reimagined and retold through dance, movement and animation, without dialogue and with specially composed music. Show more
Poignant drama exploring emotional issues which children can relate to and learn from. The story looks at the impact of a family breakdown. Show more
Stoats playing outside in the wild. They interact with each other and move around the habitat they live in.
Tom demonstrates his Sunday lunch skills, including an indulgent breakfast, two very different roast dinners complete with sides and even some delicious desserts. Show more
Property redevelopment series. Lucy Alexander meets a property-developing family in Kent, and Martin Roberts visits homes in Stoke and Cumbria. But does anyone make a profit?
Julia Somerville, Angela Rippon and Gloria Hunniford investigate what we pay for our food, looking at the rising cost of a roast and discovering how the weather affects prices. Show more
Series in which British families experience a trial week living in Australia or New Zealand. A mum and son want to move to Australia, but can they persuade the rest of the family? 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
Documentary series. When Poundworld opens a store close to Peterborough's longest-running small independent pound shop, the shop's owner vows to take on the chain. Show more
Series showcasing the best of travel across the globe. Carmen Roberts heads to the Maldives to try her hand at DJ-ing in the world's first underwater nightclub. Show more
The latest national and international news, plus top interviews and analysis.
The latest international news from the BBC.
Andrew Neil is joined by Sam Coates and Beth Rigby to look back over the Budget, as well as events in Ukraine and all the other political news, interviews and debate. Show more
John Torode sifts through archive cookery clips linked by the letter M, including a mozzarella and chilli salad from Jamie Oliver and a moussaka made by the Hairy Bikers. Show more
Richard Holmes traces the events of a night of the Blitz, from the sector control room where the incoming raiders were plotted through to the efforts to save St Paul's. Show more
Alan Titchmarsh travels the British Isles to look at what makes our wildlife so special, from boxing hares to blonde hedgehogs and fighting seals to leaping dolphins. Show more
New York police drama. Christine finds herself paired up with Detective Lowell, the pariah of the department since he revealed the identities of six corrupt cops. Show more
Police drama series set in Jersey. When Jack Broughton takes his son Geoff on holiday, he doesn't choose Jersey just for the sun and sand.
Wartime sitcom. The British airmen are stuck down the drain in the village square, and Rene plans to get them out - using an old ice cream van.
Wartime sitcom. Michelle plans to release the British airmen from the drain in the square under cover of a Gypsy fair. But at the last minute the Gypsies cancel. Show more
Michael Aspel and the team travel to Londonderry. Items under scrutiny include a cache of silver valued at over £100,000 and a cushion woven from human hair. Show more
Quiz hosted by Jeremy Vine. Five brave contestants attempt to win thousands of pounds by taking on infamous Egghead CJ de Mooi.
Gaby Roslin hosts the grand final and reveals which two teams with their celebrity captains have made it through to compete for the winner's trophy. Show more
John Humphrys hosts another semi-final. Subjects include Tutankhamun, Clement Attlee, the life and books of James Herriot, English history and the life and work of Joseph Cornell. Show more
Gardening magazine. Joe Swift visits a gardener in Northumberland who has to cope with extreme seasonal temperatures, and Monty Don is sowing seeds for a stunning summer display. Show more
Claudia Winkleman and Jack Whitehall continue the fundraising spectacular. Includes a look behind the scenes of Only Fools and Horses and more celebrity sporting challenges. Show more
The latest on the plane search. How's the Turkish government's national Twitter ban working out (not so well apparently)? And how the genome is changing medicine. Show more
Drama. A seemingly successful couple in 1950s Connecticut struggle to fight off the boredom and resentment engulfing their marriage. Show more
David Dimbleby presents topical debate from Warrington. On the panel are Danny Alexander, Andy Burnham, Dominic Raab MP, Jill Kirby and crime writer Val McDermid. Show more
Nature documentary series. The capuchin monkey, giant otter and coati families are put to the test by Brazil's monsoon rains and floods. Show more