Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a semi-detached property in Dartford, Kent, a development plot in Derby and a house in Gillingham, Dorset. Show more
Series looking at benefit fraud. Investigators from HMRC uncover the largest ever attack on the country's VAT system. Show more
A look at burglaries in the UK and how to help prevent them. Jacqui Hames finds out how burglars decide which properties to target. Show more
Food programme exploring specialities from around Britain. In Essex, Janet Street-Porter and Brian Turner visit the Cudmore Grove coastal path before heading to Mersea. Show more
James May discovers how the car became a part of ordinary people's lives. He reveals how aspiration and prestige drove the development of cars from Porsche to Rolls Royce. Show more
Lorraine Pascale shows people with no kitchen confidence how to create meals for friends and family. Lorraine helps Sonia Harwood learn how to cook family meals. Show more
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Jo Coburn is joined by Paul Uppal, Lisa Nandy and Julian Huppert to look at the latest political news including relations with Europe, funding political parties and child poverty. Show more
Nigel Slater explores celebrities' personal experiences of food. Griff Rhys Jones and Nigel are challenged by Griff's daughter to make sushi from scratch. Show more
Television presenter Peter Purves and actor Patricia Brake bring 20 years of friendship and a love of good food to the 20-minute cooking challenge hosted by Ainsley Harriott.
Detective drama series. Toy manufacturers hire Rockford to protect an ex-cop who has become a legendary figure.
Classic series about two female detectives. When a damaging leak is traced to their squad, Chris and Mary Beth are assigned to an internal affairs investigation. Show more
Gardener Monty Don traces his family tree. His efforts lead him to a port near Anglesey, where he learns of a national disaster that ended in a family tragedy. Show more
Michael Portillo is led to a special view of the city of Oxford by his 19th-century guidebook and samples a Victorian navvies' brew made by steam power. Show more
Paul Martin is joined by antique experts Tracy Martin and Charlie Ross in Oxford. Charlie and Paul get very excited about a Zulu shield and spear. 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 presents backstage gossip and behind-the-scenes action from the weekend. She chats exclusively to the latest eliminated couple.
Monty Don helps people create the garden of their dreams. A couple battle to turn a clay-clogged building site in Sussex into a piece of Portugal. Show more
It is an Oxbridge fixture between Magdalen College, Oxford and Pembroke College, Cambridge in the last of the first-round matches. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions.
Victoria Coren Mitchell presents the quiz show about making connections. A trio of Norway-lovers take on three cricket fans. Show more
Documentary series which follows eight very different households in their kitchens. It is mid-September, and for some households it is time to celebrate a special occasion. Show more
Anarchic pop quiz. Host Rhod Gilbert and team captains Noel Fielding and Phill Jupitus are joined by Kerry Godliman, James Acaster, Har Mar Superstar and Nicole Scherzinger.
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Why is the NHS under so much pressure? How Nigeria dodged Ebola. Mike Read's UKIP song. Plus disruptive technology, solar farms and John Holt. With Evan Davis. Show more
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Going behind the headlines to answer health questions. Dr Chris van Tulleken discovers how to make some favourite meals healthier without changing a single ingredient. Show more
Ambitious entrepreneurs start their fight for a life-changing investment as Lord Sugar reveals the first task - ten years of selling in just one day. Show more
Radio 1 Newsbeat journalist Adina Campbell helps young people take control of their cash by creating a budget, finding a bargain, understanding debt and APR and starting to save.
Following young people as they tackle the issues associated with poverty. This looks at Amber who is 16 and pregnant. She lives with her mum and the family survives on benefits. Show more
Following young people as they tackle the issues associated with poverty. Back from juvenile detention, Frankie is planning a new future and hopes to go to university. Show more
Following young people as they tackle the issues associated with poverty. After living on benefits, 17-year-old Shelby hopes her job placement will turn into a 'real' job. Show more