A compilation of short films for KS2. Looking at different aspects of WWI, these dramatised monologues show the diversity of people affected by the war. Show more
Series about properties that have gone to auction. Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a terraced house near Wigan, a property in Sheerness and a property in Devon. Show more
Documentary following life on the English Channel. A tiny tugboat steers a giant tanker safely into port, and young British sailors attempt a speed record to France. Show more
Series following tradesmen and looking at cowboy contractors. Maggie calls for help to deal with squirrels squatting in her loft, but pest controller Paul can smell a rat. Show more
Television gardeners try to save the nation's gardening heritage. James Wong flies the flag for lilies and Christine Walkden praises woodland plants. Show more
Victoria hears an extraordinary story of forgiveness from Holocaust survivor Eva Kor. Plus a look at political gaffes past and present. Show more
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The semi-finals begin, with the first of four sessions in a best-of-33 frames match between Shaun Murphy and Barry Hawkins. Jason Mohammad introduces live coverage. Show more
Dave and Si explore how the British have managed to create fantastic dishes even at times of war, when food is often scarce, and try their hand at rabbit stew and carrot cake. Show more
Michael Aspel and the team join 3,000 eager visitors at St George's Hall in Liverpool to uncover some valuable finds. Show more
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
Alex Polizzi takes on the difficult challenge of finding head chefs. The remaining chefs are challenged to produce a three-course menu using local ingredients. Show more
Cold War spy thriller. When a defecting KGB officer reveals details of a devastating Soviet plot, a team of MI5 officers must do everything they can to stop it. Show more
Award-winning comedy about the BBC. Newsnight anchor Evan Davis is rumoured to be a contestant in the forthcoming series of Strictly Come Dancing, which doesn't go down well. Show more
Hazel Irvine introduces highlights from the opening sessions of the best-of-33 frame semi-finals.
Reporter Richard Bacon takes statistician Nate Silver on a road trip around the country. Ten days before polling day, can he tell us which way the election will go? Show more
Documentary. Professor Diarmaid MacCulloch explores how Christianity has shaped western attitudes to sex, gender and sexuality throughout history. Show more
In 2005, seven schoolgirls began a campaign against the UK government for better treatment of asylum-seeking families. Ten years on, they reflect on how their story has been told. Show more
UK teenagers witness first-hand the major issues Madagascan wildlife is facing. They explore different sides of five dilemmas, from deforestation to the impact of tourism. Show more