This episode is all about fashions and tastes in the antiques world. Expert Elizabeth Talbot visits the home of one of the oldest forms of decoration in the UK.
Series packed with money-saving tips. The team help a woman whose spending habits are out of control and who is desperate to curb her impulse buys. Show more
At Morecambe Bay, Alice Roberts discovers some facts about quicksand. Mark Horton unearths the remains of a passenger liner in Liverpool. Show more
Series following communities involved in the annual floral competition. Chris Bavin meets the Chorley volunteers, who have been competing in Bloom for 15 years. Show more
Series giving answers to health questions. Michael Mosley finds out if eating carbs in the evening is bad for you, while psychiatrist Alain Gregoire reveals how to recognise PTSD. Show more
As the NHS turns 70, Victoria hears from former patients who say they were saved by it. She also meets the woman trying to make fashion more accessible for wheelchair users. Show more
Jo Coburn is joined for the seventieth anniversary of the NHS by Conservative MP Sarah Wollaston and author Youssef El-Gingihy, both of whom are qualified doctors. Show more
Sue Barker presents live coverage of day three, including Boulter v Osaka, Zeballos v Djokovic, Halep v Zheng, Del Potro v Lopez, Edmund v Klahn and Muguruza v Van Uytvanck. Show more
Clare Balding and guests review the key talking points and moments as the second round concludes at the All England Club. Show more
Joe Swift and Jo Whiley present coverage of the annual flower show. They are joined by experts Carol Klein, Adam Frost, Arit Anderson, Nick Bailey and Toby Buckland. Show more
Emily Maitlis with more news on novichok in Salisbury. Plus Brexit, the oldest living health secretary, Aaron Banks, and Kehine Andrews on race and reparations.
Danish-Swedish crime series. As Henrik and Astrid attempt to bond after so many years apart, Saga gets a breakthrough in the case, and an arrest is made. Show more
Documentary series examining how the 11-plus selection test impacts on education. The first episode follows children from Upland Primary School as they prepare to take the test. Show more
Dr Xand van Tulleken investigates whether claims about negative effects of carbohydrates on health are true and explores healthier ways to consume them. Show more