Series about properties that have gone to auction. Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a bungalow in Nottingham, a flat in London and a delightful cottage in Devon. Show more
Andrew Graham-Dixon and Giorgio Locatelli explore the culture and cuisine of the east coast of Italy. They visit the regions of Le Marche and Umbria. Show more
Gardening magazine. As the weather begins to warm up, there's plenty to be getting on with in the garden. Monty Don welcomes us to Longmeadow and cracks on with some timely tasks. Show more
Series following British flying doctors in Australia. Steve is scrambled to save a little boy and Dr Carla helps a man who walked a mile through the bush with a broken back. Show more
Victoria Derbyshire speaks to footballer Jason Brown, who has suffered racial abuse on social media, and gets reaction from an audience panel on the latest election debate. Show more
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Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn are joined by journalists Polly Toynbee and Tom Newton Dunn to discuss the latest election news. Giles Dilnot is with voters on a hunt in Warwickshire. Show more
Matt Baker presents live coverage of the women's all-around final at the European Artistic Gymnastics Individual Championships in Montpellier. With analysis from Beth Tweddle. Show more
Revisiting three races where the title was decided with a dramatic final twist - the 1976 Japanese, the 1986 Australian and the 2008 Brazilian Grand Prix. Show more
Lee McKenzie introduces live coverage from Bahrain as the drivers take part in another practice session ahead of the fourth race of the 2015 season. Show more
Magic moments from Britain's longest running antiques show. Fiona Bruce hosts more of the Antiques Roadshow's choicest cuts.
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
Fiona Bruce explores the stories behind family heirlooms. Geoffrey Munn investigates the history of a ring that comes from the era of the trial of Charles I. Show more
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Series exploring the weird and wonderful world of Britain's collectors. The team meet a collector who has created an entire miniature town in her London home. Show more
Series following the community on the Falkland Islands. The year gets underway and every corner of the rocky Falklands coastline is bursting with new life. Show more
Gardening magazine. James Alexander-Sinclair celebrates magnolias by visiting Borde Hill Garden in West Sussex, and Monty Don gives his borders a bit of a boost at Longmeadow. Show more
Professor Diarmaid MacCulloch explains how the church took control of marriage in the 11th century and how the Protestant Reformation launched a sexual revolution. Show more
Sports chat show presented by Clare Balding. Joining Clare in this episode are sporting heavyweights Brian O'Driscoll and Barry Hearn, who share stories from their careers. Show more
In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Emily Maitlis.
James O'Brien chairs live political pondering on the week, along with unique polling insights and the live voice of the voters.
Music programme featuring live sessions from contemporary and classic artists. Joining Jools on the first show of the series are Blur, Laura Marling, the Vaccines and Marc Almond. Show more
A theatre director's artistic life is boosted by a grant. But his relationships and existence become the subject of, and contaminated by, his work. Philip Seymour Hoffman stars. Show more
David Dimbleby presents topical debate from London. Panellists include Grant Shapps, Yvette Cooper, Angus Robertson, Jo Swinson, Douglas Carswell and Piers Morgan. Show more
Ed Byrne and Dara O'Briain embark on a 4,000-mile pan-American adventure. The duo continue to Guatemala and head for the ancient colonial city of Antigua. Show more