The barristers explore the case of a Sussex poultry farmer who buried the body of his fiancée under a chicken run in 1924 but claimed to be innocent of her murder. Show more
The team take on a rare and collectable seesaw, a hand-stitched bedspread and a shooting stick. Show more
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Supermarkets' plastic footprint is on the up, as is use of 'bags for life'. Plus a special report from Barrow-in-Furness, which voted to leave the EU.
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Jo Coburn is joined by journalists Matthew Parris, Julia Hartley Brewer and Torsten Bell from the Resolution Foundation. Plus Labour's Lucy Powell and the Conservatives' Paul Scully. Show more
Strategy game show hosted by Dan Walker. Five players compete to win the case containing the most cash. 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.
Recipes from some of the BBC's best-loved chefs. Ainsley chooses dishes that provide a technical challenge that may inspire you to tackle something new. Show more
Dame Darcey Bussell explores the value of dancing in improving mental health and meets a range of people using dance as therapy. Show more
Musical comedy about a Washington hostess posted as ambassador to a tiny European principality who falls in love with the handsome foreign minister. Show more
Today Flog It! comes from Bristol Cathedral. Antique experts James Lewis and Philip Serrell find a bronze statue of a Buddha and an honesty box. Show more
Chris Hollins, Gregg Wallace, Holly Walsh and Charlene White test their general knowledge skills on this week's House of Games. Show more
Zoe Ball dishes up more backstage gossip from Strictly. Another couple pays a visit to the studio for a chat, and costume designer Vicky Gill reveals what the couples will be wearing this weekend. Show more
The week's remaining professionals are given a larder with a wide range of pumpkins, squash and other sweet and savoury ingredients to choose from in their invention test. Show more
Ian threatens to hand incriminating photos of Yuto to the police, leaving Kenzo and Sarah divided in stopping him and forcing each to confront the mistakes of their past.
How will Labour Brexiteers vote? The prime minister dodges Channel 4's climate debate. We ask the public which leader they trust.
Rick Stein's journey takes him through France's eastern border regions of Alsace and Jura, home to his favourite French dish, choucroute garni, and favourite French cheese, comte. Show more
Three artists create beautiful artworks for people they've never met. This time the trio travel to south Manchester, to help a homeowner mark the end of a difficult journey. Show more
After 25 years, Eurotunnel is at a junction, with many staff facing retirement and new recruits being drafted in. The next batch of wannabe shuttle drivers has arrived for the first round of testing. Show more
Harry makes a rash decision that puts him in Amber’s crosshairs. Dev reflects on recent events and comes to a disturbing conclusion. Someone unexpected joins Amber’s inner circle.
Tensions with Amber reach breaking point and an innocent pays the price. As Amber sleeps, nightmares become reality and a shocking truth is revealed that changes everything.
Mia makes a final attempt to leave the island and escape Amber, who has more acolytes than ever. Mia turns to Luka for help, leading to some heart-breaking consequences
As her allies start to fall, Mia goes to face Amber head on, believing her own surrender will ensure their escape. But Amber has one last surprise.
Highlights of programmes on BBC Two.