Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a two-bed mid-terrace in Greater Manchester, a ground floor flat in Balham and a former bakery in south Wales. Show more
A look at innovative ways of catching criminals. West Midlands police put out a decoy car and wait for thieves to break into it, and a callous carer is caught on camera. Show more
Series following council officers. A resident calls the council after discovering a water supply with the potential to make him millions in his back garden. Show more
Consumer series with Dominic Littlewood. Dom helps three people who have all had problems with expensive sofas, trying to resolve their complaints once and for all. Show more
Documentary series following the work of Britain's environment planners. Can a man gain retrospective planning permission to keep his illegally-built house? Show more
Documentary series. The first military band to have a top 20 chart hit meet again, and the survivors of the Bradford City fire meet those who saved them. Show more
A comprehensive guide to all the latest gadgets, websites, games and computer industry news. This special edition focuses on Israel's high-tech scene. Show more
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Jo Coburn with the latest news and debate from Westminster, including a look at Conservative plans to offer Scotland control of income tax and the forthcoming Newark by-election.
Raymond draws upon memories of his travels through Asia to create dishes full of fragrant spice and fiery heat, including slow-cooked pork belly. Show more
Six players answer general knowledge questions with up to £10,000 to win. Will they stick together and share the prize or break away for themselves? Hosted by Nick Hancock. Show more
Neil Oliver visits Chapel Bay Fort in Milford Haven. The ex-military fort is owned by George Geear, who has spent more than ten years restoring it.
Lopez and Emily have married and are in Rome. Lopez's political future depends on Glencora's influence at the forthcoming by-election at Silverbridge. Show more
Series looking at the value of household junk. Linda Salter is researching her family tree and would like to raise money to pay for research trips. Show more
Wildlife reports from Kenya's Masai Mara. Jonathan Scott gets his first view of Half-Tail the leopard's new cubs, and Simon King catches up with Amber the cheetah and her brood. Show more
Documentary series. The cameras follow whales and sea lions alike as they journey to the seas off Alaska to feed on plankton bloom. Show more
David Barby and Anita Manning hope to find some hidden gems at Belfast's impressive City Hall. Presenter Paul Martin takes time out to visit a jewel in Belfast's crown. Show more
Dermot Murnaghan hosts the show where every day a new team of challengers take on what is probably the greatest quiz team in Britain, made up of some of the country's top quizzers. Show more
Series following some of the nation's architects. Chris Loyn gets to grips with a future-proof house near Cardiff, while David Blaikie helps a family who have outgrown their home. Show more
Top chefs compete to cook at a banquet marking the 70th anniversary of D-Day. It is finals week and victorious regional chefs must cook their starters for the judges. Show more
Chris Packham, Michaela Strachan and Martin Hughes-Games catch up with all the wildlife action that has happened over the weekend. Iolo Williams has the latest news from Scotland. Show more
Series following workers at one of Britain's biggest water companies. How do United Utilities deal with potential disasters, including sewage in Liverpool and blockages in Oldham? Show more
In this version of the BBC One series made especially for schools, Jeremy Paxman traces the effects of the First World War on Britain. Show more