A series of six animated short films based on unusual tales from around the world. Narrated by Maureen Lipman, Meera Syal, Stephen Mangan and others. Show more
Learn the tools of the trade to make your non-fiction texts the best they can be with the help of some well-known faces. Show more
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander inspect a house in Margate and a property in Bournemouth, and revisit a house in Nottinghamshire. Show more
Series which sees insurance fraudsters caught on camera. CCTV pours cold water on an insurance claim after a building is burned to the ground. Show more
Antiques series. Paul Martin presents from Southwell Minster in the town of Southwell near Nottingham, with antiques experts Caroline Hawley and Mark Stacey. Show more
Wildlife series on the sharks of the world. Sharks are more than just hunters. Only now are discoveries revealing a hidden side to their character. Show more
Presenter Joanna Gosling speaks to two professional sportswomen and the CEO of the Ladies European Golf Tour about their experiences of sexism in sport. Show more
Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break.
The latest international news from the BBC.
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Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn with the latest news and debate from Westminster. They are joined by former Scottish secretary Lord Forsyth. Plus an interview with Ben Bradshaw MP. Show more
Christine runs into trouble when she teams up with Isbecki, and suffers more mishap when the pregnant Mary Beth calls her needing an urgent ride to the hospital.
Martin Dorey travels around Britain in his classic camper van. In Norfolk, he gets knee deep in crab-infested mud to pick fresh samphire for his lunch. Show more
Antiques series. Martin has inherited heirlooms from his uncle, and wishes to sell them to fund a memorial to him in the garden. Jennie Bond and John Cameron are on hand to help. Show more
Sri Lanka is home to its own special elephants. Cameraman Martyn Colbeck, of Echo of the Elephants fame, has travelled to Sri Lanka to reveal their world. Show more
Department store sitcom. Mr Rumbold has been taken ill. Since Mrs Slocombe has asked to be considered for a career advancement, she is placed in charge. Show more
Classic sitcom set in occupied France, written by Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft. Rene and his staff prepare the long-distance duck for its vital flight to England.
Sitcom about a British government minister and the advisers who surround him. Jim tries to implement a privacy safeguard for a new national computer database. Show more
Fiona Bruce and the team disembark at the Steam Museum in Swindon, where objects attracting the experts include one of the rarest pieces of silver even seen on the show. 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
John Craven hosts the quiz in which a team must navigate puzzles and problems to win money. Four morris dancers attempt to Beat the Brain and win the jackpot of £3,000. Show more
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Antiques experts Charlie Ross and Natasha Raskin start from Portsmouth, where Charlie visits Horse Sand Fort. Natasha visits Hellfire Caves in West Wycombe. Show more
Live wildlife show. Martin Hughes-Games explores the amazing aerial world of the swift, while up in Shetland Iolo Williams goes in search of two very special otters. Show more
Cold War spy thriller. Still reeling from the KGB bombing and Alan's confession, the team finally have a promising lead in the investigation. Show more
Quiz show. Stephen Fry looks at the multi-sized world of the little and the large. With Richard Osman, Lucy Porter, Phill Jupitus and Alan Davies.
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Is the prime minister's Europe renegotiation 'inconsequential'? Plus Osborne's cuts revealed, Greece, fresh Fifa revelations and how to handle grief. Show more
The inside story of how and why the worst Ebola outbreak in history wasn't stopped before it was too late. This film exposes tragic missteps in the response to the epidemic. Show more
Panorama goes behind the scenes with Scotland's first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, to investigate the rise to power of the woman who holds the future of the union in her hands. Show more
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Documentary series. Gregg Wallace, Cherry Healey and Ruth Goodman look at the production, science and history of bread in Britain. Show more
Living history series with Fi Glover. Six celebrities work for food and shelter in four Victorian workplaces, starting with 24 hours in the filth and grime of the city dump. Show more
Linked to the KS3 curriculum, this programme looks at how humans have learnt to live with extremes and covers five themes: sustainable waters, pastures, cities, forests and arctic. Show more