Geography programme for primary schools. In Lyme Regis, William learns about fossils and hunts for them along the beach, before visiting a museum to see a dinosaur skeleton. Show more
Series about properties that have gone to auction. Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a three-bedroom semi near Bradford, a flat in London and a bungalow in Dorset. Show more
Series looking at benefit fraud. An investigation into a council department head who received an OBE for his services unearths £300,000 and a number of ghost employees. Show more
Series following British flying doctors in Australia. Flying doctor Tom races against time to get a stroke victim to hospital and Ulsterman Tim operates by the side of a road. Show more
Series in which families try out life overseas. After tough times, a mum hopes Australia can give her family the best life possible. Show more
Gardening challenge series with Fern Britton. The eight remaining allotmenteers must present former royal gardener Jim Buttress with two perfectly uniform cucumbers. Show more
Tom Kerridge and Angela Hartnett go head to head to come up with the best value-for-money dish. Joe Wadsack blows Tom away with his budget-busting wine matches. Show more
Carmen Roberts finds out if you can take the stress out of a stay in Hong Kong, Simon Calder has tips on what to see and do in Delhi, and Brandy Yanchyk tries heli-skiing. Show more
The latest national and international news, plus top interviews and analysis.
The latest international news from the BBC.
Andrew Neil discusses the day's political news with journalists Kevin Maguire and Sarah Vine. Also, they look at new parliamentary candidates hoping to be elected this year. Show more
Miranda Krestovnikoff goes to Wexford in search of the rare white-fronted geese, and Dick Strawbridge takes a ride on 'Brunel's Folly'. Show more
Series in which historian AJP Taylor describes the careers of the 'war lords' who dominated WWII. In this episode, he looks at Franklin D Roosevelt. Show more
Series looking at the events that led up to World War II. Charles Wheeler examines the economic and political problems France faced in the aftermath of World War I. Show more
Griff Rhys Jones's journey around the mountains of Britain brings him to Snowdonia in Wales. Tales of dragons, giants and King Arthur feature strongly in the local history. Show more
Classic comedy series about miserly shopkeeper Arkwright and his downtrodden nephew Granville. Nurse Gladys Emmanuel has a problem with her washing machine. Show more
Sitcom. DeVere hosts the traditional hunt ball but asks Marjory to organise it instead of Audrey, who in turn arranges an exquisite revenge. Show more
Classic sitcom. Ex-jockey Fred Quilly is convinced that a betting gang have tracked him down and are out for revenge. Show more
Experts Mark Stacey and Charlie Ross gather a choice selection of antiques to flog in Harlow, including a stunning Japanese pot. 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.
Antiques series. Tim Wonnacott visits the Cambridge Town and Country Show, where he comes across an original work by illustrator Ronald Searle. Show more
John Inverdale presents live coverage from the Millennium Stadium ahead of the 2015 Six Nations opener between Wales and England. Show more
Chris Packham explores what makes animal groups successful. He looks at how the penguin's legs, wings and body shape have allowed it to adapt to a range of environments. Show more
Four contenders take the walk to the black chair. The subjects are Joy Division, the Battle of the Somme, the Novels of EM Forster and the Big Bang Theory. Show more
Tom Kerridge and Cyrus Todiwala look to reach the heady heights of happiness through healthy food. Joe Wadsack plays a blinder with his tips for healthy red wine. Show more
Gardening challenge series with Fern Britton. It's the grand final. Who will be crowned the winner of The Big Allotment Challenge? Show more
Islamic State blame a hostage's death on air strikes. Who's winning the propaganda war? Labour's bad week. Google versus Brussels.
David Dimbleby presents the topical debate from Finchley in north London. On the panel are Nicky Morgan, Tristram Hunt, George Galloway, Cristina Odone and Jonathan Freedland. Show more