Consumer programme. Matt Allwright visits a converted house whose landlord is not playing by the rules, while an elderly lady gets the independence she has been hoping for. Show more
Pilot Brian believes moving to Australia could give him more time at home. But will a trial week in Perth convince his wife and stepson? Show more
The Flog It! team explores some of the more unusual items seen on the show. Paul Martin meets stonemasons who are breathing new life into Oxford's dreaming spires.
Creative culinary competition. The two remaining chefs must cook all four courses again for the judges, including guest judge WI president Kirsty Bowen. Show more
Alex Jones presents close calls caught on film. There is drama in the skies when two members of the Red Devils parachute display team collide in midair during a public event. Show more
How a boy got narcolepsy from the swine flu vaccine. Julian Assange's friend says his health is 'poor'. Debating the need for better services for bereaved parents. Show more
The latest national and international news, plus top interviews and analysis.
Nicholas Crane and a team of experts explore Britain's coastline and the relationship between people and the sea, and discover how the pebble makes detectives of us all.
Drama based on the six political novels by Anthony Trollope. Phineas, having saved Kennedy's life, is to stand for Lord Brentford's 'pocket borough'.
Celebrity genealogy series. Actor Martin Shaw investigates the story of his grandfather, Edwin Shaw, who walked out on his family when Martin's father was just a boy. Show more
Australian period drama. Sarah and George begin a secret affair and start meeting at the cottage for their romantic trysts. Show more
Actress and cake expert Jane Asher brings together a selection of classic recipes from Britain's TV chefs. Show more
Sir David Attenborough examines the mysteries behind some fascinating creatures and plants. The bodies of some animals stretch and shrink in extraordinary ways. Show more
An unusual wooden dog orchestra is unearthed when Paul Martin and the team visit Kidderminster town hall. Plus, Paul visits nearby Moseley Old Hall. Show more
Jeremy Vine hosts the show in which teams from all over the UK take on probably the greatest quiz team in Britain, made up of some of the country's top quiz champions. Show more
Michael Portillo rides the railroads of America. Michael follows the Hudson River north. He learns about some of the nation's most infamous train robbers. Show more
Series meeting the people who live and work around Britain's port cities. In Plymouth, a local entrepreneur juggles fishing, boat trips and a cafe during a busy summer. Show more
Chris Packham and Liz Bonnin battle it out to find out whether cats or dogs are the better animal. Round one tests whether either species can understand numbers. Show more
Michael Wood explores the history of the world's newest superpower. Here, he focuses on the Song dynasty era (960-1279), including its art, inventions and cuisine. Show more
Clare Balding interviews some of the biggest names in sport. Guests include Jimmy White, Rachel and Gee Atherton and Nigel Owens. Show more
A committee of senior former British military and diplomatic figures comes together to war-game a hypothetical 'hot war' in eastern Europe. Show more
Alex Jones presents close calls caught on film. A grandmother calls 999 as she battles to save her four-year-old grandson from choking on a grape. Show more
Michael Wood explores the history of the world's newest superpower. Michael joins the Qin family reunion, as 300 relatives gather to worship their ancestors. Show more
Four professional bakers experience working during the Victorian era. The team has left the rural bake house and moved to an urban bakery in the time of the Industrial Revolution. Show more