Antiques series. We find the littlest and largest collectibles. Paul Martin gets a peek at the Science Museum's incredible collection of oversized objects. Show more
Dominic Littlewood investigates the con men trying to get their hands on people's money. This episode looks at the fake numbing cream that has serious consequences. Show more
Series following Northumbria's neighbourhood police. In Tyne and Wear, the Sunderland neighbourhood team are called to an act of racist graffiti outside a mosque. Show more
Competitive food show. The Kings from south west London cook their favourite dishes, hoping to win against the Codougan family from Northamptonshire and their Caribbean-style food. Show more
Victoria gets the latest on the concert shooting in Las Vegas, speaking to eye witnesses who were at the festival and those who were in the hotel where the gunman was located.
Jo Coburn is live at Conservative Party Conference, talking with defence secretary Michael Fallon, chief secretary to the treasury Elizabeth Truss MP and money expert Martin Lewis. Show more
Hugh Woozencroft presents highlights of the Canoe Slalom World Championships with commentary by Helen Reeves, Patrick Winterton and 2012 Olympic slalom champion Etienne Stott. Show more
Matthew Pinsent presents highlights from the World Rowing Championships in Sarasota, Florida, with new faces hoping to make their mark as the long road to Tokyo 2020 begins. Show more
Michael Portillo rides the railroads of America. Michael has a lightbulb moment in Schenectady learning about Thomas Edison's General Electric Company. Show more
An insight into modern farming life. It's autumn, the time of year to prepare for the mating season. Sea shepherd Sandy gathers in wild sheep from a remote Scottish island by boat. Show more
This edition of the antiques series comes from Guildford Cathedral, where Paul Martin is joined by experts James Lewis and Catherine Southon. 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.
Zoe Ball kicks off the week with all the backstage gossip from the weekend. She is joined by three of our dancing couples, including the first pair to be eliminated. Show more
In another first-round match the students from Emmanuel College, Cambridge, fight it out against the team from St Hugh's College, Oxford. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions. Show more
Comedy. Will has invented a musical and needs help from the greatest songwriter of the age: Thomas Morley. However, success looks far from guaranteed. Show more
Chris and Xand van Tulleken look at what keeps the human body alive, including reflexes, damage repair mechanisms and the immune system. Show more
In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Evan Davis and Mark Urban, including the latest from Las Vegas and the Tory conference. Show more
Jo Coburn with highlights of the Conservative Party conference in Manchester.
The best shepherds and their dogs from England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales go head to head for the coveted One Man and His Dog 2017 title. Show more
The four remaining cooks continue to battle for the title, cooking two dishes of their own design for three of the country's most feared restaurant critics. Show more