Highlights of Wednesday in Parliament presented by Alicia McCarthy.
The team explore stories on both sides of the English Channel. Nick Crane visits Mont St Michel, and Mark Horton looks at the origins of Britain's Ordnance Survey. Show more
Chris Bavin meets the local Bloom group from Amersham in Buckinghamshire, who are determined to win their fifth gold award in a row and bring their town together with flowers. Show more
Michael Portillo explores the industrial heartland of Glasgow and its mighty River Clyde before taking the ferry to the island of Cumbrae. Show more
The BBC News at Nine with in-depth discussion and analysis as well as breaking news.
Chloe Tilley reflects on the new prime minister and what might lie ahead with an audience of MPs, commentators and voters.
Plus the UK is set for its hottest day on record.
Stay up to date on the day's top stories, with the latest breaking news as it happens.
Jo Coburn is joined by Chris Skidmore, Clive Lewis, Iain Martin and Helen Lewis to discuss Boris Johnson’s first days as prime minister.
Kate Humble hosts the quiz show which delves into the animal kingdom. Team captains Chris Packham and Lucy Cooke are joined by Maya Plass and Lindsey Chapman. Show more
Simon King and Dave Myers delve into the world of celebration cakes and face the challenge of making a five-tier wedding cake for Helen and Johnny in Manchester. Show more
Documentary series following a team who live as Victorian farmers. It is the New Year and the farm needs emergency repairs. Show more
Documentary series following a team living as Victorian farmers. There are lambs and pigs to be delivered, which means Alex and Peter need to master animal midwifery. Show more
Five more gold medals are decided at the Nambu International Aquatics Centre in Gwangju, with European 50m backstroke champion Georgia Davies among the leading British prospects. Show more
Antiques challenge. Margie Cooper and Charles Hanson continue their trip through Yorkshire. Feeling the heat in Harrogate, it's time to strip off and cool down like a Victorian. Show more
Celebrity special of the general knowledge quiz.
Battling it out for a place in the final are a fun, shabby chic family home, a third-generation family home with some techy twists, and finally an Edwardian semi, with some rather eclectic interiors. Show more
Regional Variations (2)
Today in the Repair Shop, the team restore a quirky trainset made by a celebrated cartoonist, a nautical ‘ditty box’ and a doll that is a precious memento of a much-loved father. Show more
Raymond tests the market for his cross-bred valais blacknose sheep. Lynn and Sandra go to their first ever auction to buy sheep and hens for the croft. Show more
Families across the UK reveal what it means to be in work but still only 'just about managing' to survive. After losing their full-time jobs, Steve and his son now live in tents on the beach. Show more
Regional Variations (2)
Vic & Bob are joined by pop sensation George Ezra, who performs a wonderful act in Novelty Island before singing his number one hit Shotgun. Show more
With Kirsty Wark. Boris Johnson faces the Commons for the first time as prime minister. Is he planning an early general election?
Working-class Tory and Leave-voting comedian Geoff Norcott is on a mission to expose the middle-class hypocrisy that he believes is ruining Britain. Show more
The story of Britain’s biggest ever food scandal. Mad cow disease has killed almost 200 people. It is an epidemic that was created through greed and political miscalculation. Show more
In this final episode, Anita looks at single-use toys whilst Hugh reveals the plastics industry's plans to dramatically increase plastic production. Show more
Highlights of programmes on BBC Two.