Paul Martin and experts offer tips on antiques and collectibles. The team offers advice on buying and selling militaria, with an exotic array of weapons on show. Show more
Series following high court enforcement officers. A budding property developer has lost out after squatters took over his building. Show more
Junk makeover show. Jay Blades rescues three items from the recycling centre in Walsall. Anthony Devine goes out on a limb with a bold redesign of a set of six swivel chairs. Show more
Mariella Frostrup and Rev Richard Coles host the final of the amateur painting competition, with the artists facing two nail-biting challenges. Show more
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Highlights and analysis from the Super League. Leeds v Wigan, Warrington v Hull FC, Castleford v Huddersfield, Catalans v Wakefield, Salford v St Helens and Leigh v Widnes. Show more
Series following rural vets. In Teesdale, a concussed tawny owl makes an unusual patient for vet Rosie. Equine vet Kerry heads off to treat a horse with a badly cut face. Show more
Two-part documentary. Kate Humble joins a team of geologists at Tanna in the Vanuatu archipelago, where they travel right to the heart of one of the world's most active volcanoes. Show more
Documentary tracing David Attenborough's lifelong passion for birds of paradise, from the forests of New Guinea more than 50 years ago to the desert of Qatar today. Show more
In the second leg of their journey, Christina Trevanion and Thomas Plant shop their way through Ireland, from County Kildare to Dublin, before heading to an auction in Wrexham. Show more
Jeremy Vine hosts the show where every day a new team of challengers take on what is probably the greatest quiz team in Britain, made up of some of the country's top quizzers.
The team are on a mission to restore two royal Worcester vases. Steven Fletcher and Dominic Chinea fix the Cirencester village clock and the team mend a 19th-century hay press. Show more
Michael Portillo rides the railroads of North America with his Appleton's Guide. In St Louis, Michael ascends the Gateway Arch. Show more
Angus Deayton hosts the search for Britain's best team of pastry chefs. The teams must make 36 identical moka au cafe slices and 36 identical napoleons. Show more
Documentary following prosecutors and cops in Jacksonville. The courts face their toughest test - how to deal with children who kill. Show more
With Kirsty Wark. Did Assad use chemical weapons? Plus, Ken Livingstone is in the studio, superheroes and diversity and whether people will become slaves to the machine.
Simon Reeve journeys around Turkey. Simon stays with descendants of the original Turks in the Taurus Mountains and visits the Black Sea coast. Show more
Sumptuous period drama. Harsh steps must be taken to preserve the royal reputation, while flamboyant Philippe causes a stir of his own. Show more
Sumptuous period drama. A dissident duke tries to pressure Louis to return the royal court to Paris, while a rich African prince suffers a curiously restrained reception. Show more
Home potters compete to become the new champion of British pottery. In the throw down challenge this week, king of the wheel Keith demonstrates how to build a double-walled pot. Show more
In their final decade of time travel, the Robshaws enter the 1940s and experience a decade overshadowed by war and entirely fuelled by rations. Show more