What does it mean to be a Hindu? 14-year-old Simran celebrates Diwali and Holi, and her 11-year-old brother Vraj tells us all about the cycle of rebirth. Show more
Further live coverage from Malaysia as the 18 drivers take part in another practice session ahead of the second race of the 2015 season. Show more
Nick Knowles presents the true-or-false quiz show with £1,000 up for grabs in each episode if contestants answer all questions correctly and achieve absolute perfection. Show more
Celebrities visit streets where they grew up. James Martin invites Olympic athlete Denise Lewis back to the street she lived on in Wolverhampton. Show more
Three-part series examining the harsh elements of the Alaskan wilderness. Here, a look at the tough and resourceful characters that face up to the challenges of winter. Show more
Gardening magazine. If there's one flower that's fallen foul of fashion in recent times, it's the chrysanthemum. Monty Don shows how to get them off to a flying start. Show more
The Travel Show team looks at the new tech that could help you survive an avalanche.
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Andrew Neil with the latest political news, including reaction to David Cameron and Ed Miliband's first set-piece TV broadcast of the election and an interview with Andy Burnham. Show more
The Coast team take a fascinating journey around the coast of the United Kingdom. Neil Oliver discovers the story of Churchill's Pirates and their role in defending the Humber.
Police drama series. Dorey asks Cagney to marry him, and Cagney and Lacey are sent to investigate a possible murder attempt on a wealthy woman's life.
Ben Fogle and Kate Humble explore life behind the scenes at Longleat Estate and Safari Park. Romeo the otter has a problem in his mouth that could be life-threatening. Show more
Sir Terry Wogan presents more magical moments from his days in the hot seat of Britain's best-loved chat show, with guests including Rock Hudson and Stevie Wonder. Show more
Sitcom. Rene is alarmed when the Resistance commandeer his cafe to hide two British airmen. Show more
Holiday-camp sitcom with the Yellowcoats at Maplin's. The new Camp Controller wreaks havoc and upsets Peggy.
Fiona Bruce and the team head to the seaside resort of Bridlington. Objects examined include a valuable ceramic bathing beauty and a rare Nativity painting. 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.
Michael Portillo unearths documents from the National Archives revealing why Britain didn't boycott Hitler's Olympics and a royal proclamation to ban football. Show more
Series following the community on the Falkland Islands. In November, summer begins in the southern hemisphere and the islanders prepare for Remembrance Sunday. Show more
Gardening magazine. The clocks spring forward this weekend, so it's time to get down to business. Monty Don plants a new bed of asparagus and shows how to lift and divide hostas. Show more
The search for the nation's Mastermind reaches its climax as John Humphrys tests the six grand finalists on their specialist subjects and their general knowledge. Show more
With Evan Davis. The latest on the plane crash in the Alps, plus the Nigerian elections, the last piano on Gaza and Benedict Cumberbatch live in the studio.
Magazine arts show. Chris Dercon, director of Tate Modern, takes the helm of Artsnight. Chris asks why Berlin is the creative capital of Europe. Show more
Compelling drama based on the true story of a regiment of black soldiers who, under the command of a white officer, fought for the Union during the American Civil War. Show more
David Dimbleby presents topical debate from Bolton. The panel includes Nicky Morgan, Jim Murphy, Leanne Wood, Steven Woolfe and Janet Street-Porter. Show more