Series reuniting people who were part of major news events. A survivor from the 1984 Brighton Grand Hotel bombing meets the firefighters who saved him. Show more
Julia Somerville, Angela Rippon and Gloria Hunniford investigate cases of elderly or vulnerable people who have felt pressured into parting with their money. Show more
Series telling the stories of people whose lives have been transformed by a loan, including a baker who set up his own specialist pie shop. Show more
With the dream of sending humans to Mars closer than ever before, Horizon asks the world's leading experts on Mars where they would go and what they would need to survive. Show more
Exotic animals at children's parties - is it safe or ethical? The government's race audit reveals serious racial divides exist across British society. Show more
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Jo Coburn is joined by Tim Montgomerie to look at yesterday's Brexit debate and the rumours around contingency planning for no deal. Plus a discussion on the race audit. Show more
Quiz show. Louise, Maxine and Leanne think they have what it takes to crack the code and win the cash, but they'll need to choose the correct answers and be lucky with the numbers. Show more
Alice Roberts visits Bawdsey Manor, where Britain's first radar station was built, to meet two women posted there during the war to operate the early warning system. 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 takes a closer look at the weekend's dances in choreography corner and there's an exclusive listen to some of the songs the couples will be dancing to.
Documentary series following the Royal National Lifeboat Institution. When a seal is discovered on the steps of a block of flats, Redcar's newest recruit is first on the scene. Show more
The story of Lenin, Trotsky and Stalin over the 245 days that brought them to power. As the history unfolds, writers and historians debate the meaning of the Russian Revolution. Show more
Emily Maitlis with the latest from Barcelona's crisis. Plus discrimination and the state, and the Weinstein scandal gets worse.
Angela Rippon and Dr Chris van Tulleken investigate the ageing process. A woman sees what her diet is doing to her skin, and an ex-policeman scores the worst body age seen so far. Show more
Alan Yentob meets musical prodigy Alma Deutscher. Aged 11, she is staging her first full-length opera, Cinderella. Show more