The stories behind ten people who changed the world. This looks at Florence Nightingale, Alexander Graham Bell, Harriet Tubman, Isambard Kingdom Brunel and Mary Anning. Show more
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a cluttered property in Derbyshire, a semi-detached property in Kent and a three-bedroom terraced house in South Wales. Show more
Series looking at benefit fraud. After many knockbacks due to his disability, 21-year-old Ricki finally gets a step up the career ladder. Show more
A look at burglaries in the UK and how to help prevent them. Dan Donnelly organises a security upgrade for a Leeds man who suffered two burglaries in quick succession. Show more
Food programme exploring specialities from around Britain. Janet Street-Porter and Brian Turner are in East Sussex. Janet tries making the local speciality bread. Show more
The Antiques Roadshow visits Kirby Hall in Northamptonshire, where star finds include a vintage TV set and a jade bowl once used as a butter dish. 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
Interviews with newsmakers and personalities from across the globe. Stephen Sackur speaks to former British foreign secretary David Miliband about the Middle East. Show more
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Andrew Neil is joined by Liberal Democrat peer Olly Grender to discuss the day's political news, including a look ahead to parliament's devolution debate. Show more
Equestrian gold medallists Lee Pearson and Oliver Townend both aim for a faultless round in the kitchens, as Ainsley Harriott presides over another 20-minute cookery challenge. Show more
Detective drama series. Rockford has to clear Rita's name when she is accused of the murder of a doctor.
US police drama series about two women detectives in New York. A young cop is shot in a restaurant, presenting the investigators with an apparently motiveless crime. Show more
Actor Rupert Everett traces his family tree to explore the lives of his ancestors, wanting to find out in particular why his grandfather Cyril was in Nigeria. Show more
Michael Portillo tastes a Victorian superfood in Alton, and tries his hand at driving a steam train on the challenging Watercress Line. Show more
Paul Martin and experts Kate Bateman and Adam Partridge visit Malvern, where the finds include a toy Chitty Chitty Bang Bang car and four early Newport rugby caps. Show more
Jeremy Vine 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
Zoe Ball is joined by the couple who narrowly escaped elimination and Karen Hardy gives us her thoughts on the weekend's choreography.
Kieran Long and Piers Taylor take on ambitious projects. A couple want to transform their chaotic warehouse apartment into a tranquil family home. Show more
Professor Brian Cox explores our place in the universe. He tackles the question that unites the seven billion people sharing this planet - why are we here? Show more
Dara O Briain and comedian Katherine Ryan, Radio 1's Greg James and entrepreneur Dale Murray take a look at this year's candidates and meet the one who fell at the first fence. Show more
Documentary series going behind the scenes of India's oldest hotel. A look at how some of Mumbai's grandest and most expensive weddings are held at the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel. Show more
Powerful animated films, in which elderly Jewish Holocaust survivors tell their stories of Nazi persecution in their childhood and how they escaped from occupied Europe to Britain. Show more
Six classic fairy tales are reimagined and retold through dance, movement and animation, without dialogue and with specially composed music. Show more