Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a house in Telford, Shropshire, as well as a property in Gravesend, Kent, and a cottage in Cranage, Cheshire. Show more
Two minutes' silence to mark the centenary of the Battle of the Somme.
Natasha Raskin takes the helm as the teams go bargain hunting in Hay-on-Wye, with experts Paul Laidlaw and Kate Bliss on hand to help them. Show more
David Attenborough looks back on his personal highlights. This episode sees David embark on a quest to uncover the history of a strange wooden carving. Show more
South Wales Fire and Rescue service tackle deliberate fire setting. There is an appeal from Gwent Police to trace the arsonist whose reckless act destroyed one couple's dream home. Show more
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander meet the developers who bought an eight-bedroom house, a semi-detached and an end-of-terrace house sold at auction. Show more
Andrew Neil is joined by journalists Tom Newton Dunn and Zoe Williams to discuss the Conservative leadership contest and the future of Labour and Jeremy Corbyn.
Gardening magazine. Monty has plenty of tips, from pruning and propagation techniques for different types of clematis to troubleshooting problems with roses. Show more
Post-Brexit polling, Tory leadership latest, Burnley voters on Brexit, the political mood in France, Kazuo Ishiguro and have British politics realigned? With James O'Brien.
Huw Edwards presents edited highlights of the day's moving Somme Centenary commemorations, including the National Commemorative Service at Manchester Cathedral.
A chance to watch the Wales v Belgium Euro 2016 quarter-final match from Lille.
David Dimbleby presents Question Time from Preston, with panellists Sam Gyimah, Emily Thornberry, Douglas Carswell, Russell Kane and Melanie Phillips. Show more
Rick Stein visits Vienna, the city that once ran the Austro-Hungarian Empire and continues to be home to comfort dishes like Tafelspitz and Goulash. Show more