Four poignant short dramas written specially for children by some of Britain's leading writers. The films explore such universal themes as bravery, friendship and sibling rivalry. Show more
Property renovation series. Martin looks round a flat in Chelsea that could command a price tag of a million pounds, plus there is a look at terraced houses in Dover and Sandbach. Show more
Highlights from the first semi-final at the World Cup in Brazil. Hosts Brazil meet Germany in Belo Horizonte.
The consumer series reveals the fake DVD factory making 100,000 pounds a week, and follows the enforcement agencies who will stop at nothing to halt the illegal activity. Show more
Series following council officers. In this episode, residents in a suburban street call the council after spotting raw meat hanging on a neighbour's washing line. Show more
Fiona Bruce and the experts travel to Wentworth Woodhouse. Objects brought in by visitors include a mahogany bureau once owned by Earl Fitzwilliam. Show more
Series following British tiger expert Giles Clark as he hand rears Sumatran tiger cubs at home. The cubs struggle through their first crucial weeks. Show more
The latest national and international news, plus top interviews and analysis.
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn with the latest on the Westminster child abuse inquiry, with education minister Elizabeth Truss and shadow attorney general Emily Thornberry.
Ben Fogle and Kate Humble explore life behind the scenes at Longleat Estate and Safari Park. Elvis, the new baby bactrian camel, has trouble with a weak leg. Show more
Series looking at the value of household junk. Lorne Spicer and John Cameron help an aspiring foster mum to raise the money to make her house child-friendly. Show more
Documentary charting the golfing success of 18-year-old Charley Hull, who is poised on the verge of international sporting stardom. Show more
Si King and Dave Myers explore Kent, where they cook a traditional county favourite at Leeds Castle, forage for wild vegetables and sample the county's fine ale. Show more
Sri Lanka is home to its own special elephants. Cameraman Martyn Colbeck, of Echo of the Elephants fame, has travelled to Sri Lanka to reveal their world. Show more
Nature documentary. The impact of summer on polar bears, musk oxen and penguins, who struggle to cope with an unlikely problem - heat. Show more
Michael Aspel and the team visit Coventry Cathedral. Pulses race when Henry Sandon values three precious pots, and some surprising relics from the Second World War. Show more
Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz in which teams from all over the UK battle to beat the Eggheads, some of the country's top quiz champions. Show more
Antiques series. The team offers tips on what to look out for in the world of classic Victoriana, and Paul Martin visits Wellington College. Show more
Monty Don, Joe Swift and Rachel de Thame present from this year's RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. Monty discovers the vital but invisible creatures that lurk in our gardens. Show more
Series exploring Australia's coastline. Neil Oliver investigates why no-one survived the 1941 attack on HMAS Sydney. Plus the Houtman Abrolhos islands and Shark Bay. Show more
At RAF Valley in Anglesey, Neil Oliver discovers if he's got the 'right stuff' to fly fighter jets as he takes to the sky with an instructor from the RAF's pilot factory. Show more
Sitcom. As interest in The Opposite of Us intensifies, Beverly struggles to keep Sean on course. Matt learns that he is expected to audition for the lead in a drama pilot. Show more
Episode 3: The New Cool
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Dr Pamela Cox charts the history of the shopgirl. She looks at how shopgirls threw off their staid reputation to become hip in the second half of the 20th century. Show more
Behind the scenes at British Airways. Featuring a look at the most glamorous and profitable route in BA's long-haul network, London to New York. Show more
A chance to watch the second semi-final from the World Cup. Argentina and the Netherlands meet in Arena Corinthians, Sao Paulo.
Five films looking at body image. The Blame Game investigates why companies usually use super skinny, super tall, super young white girls in their marketing campaigns. Show more
Five films looking at body image. This episode looks at the global beauty industry, cultural diversity and the growing trend of westernisation in fashion. Show more
Five films looking at body image. Presented by a group of four female comedians in their twenties, this episode offers a historical perspective on body image ideals. Show more
Five films looking at body image. DJ Goldierocks becomes a model for a day, revealing just how much goes into creating a single fashion photo. Show more
Five films looking at body image. Radzi Chinyanganya and Melissa Suffield go to a co-ed school to show students how they can start taking back control of their body image. Show more
Five animated stories giving a unique insight into the lives of young people who have sought refuge in the UK, told by the children themselves. Show more