Struggling to balance work and family life, Laura Evans wanted to move her family to Australia. Three years on from their trial week, which way did the scales tip? Show more
In Blackburn, Anita Manning discovers an Omar Ramsden spoon, and Charles Hanson finds an old silver bucket that has been used as a bin and a Christmas tree holder but turns out to be Faberge! Show more
The Winterwatch team are live from the Cairngorms. They look at why there has been a severe lack of snow in Scotland this year. Show more
The latest headlines, breaking news and sport from the BBC newsroom.
As complaints mount about the activities of the paparazzi in the wake of Caroline Flack’s death, Kerry Katona talks to Chloe Tilley about how far they should be allowed to intrude into people’s lives.
Stay up to date on the day’s top stories, with the latest breaking news as it happens.
JB Gill journeys along a 12-mile stretch of the River Severn in Shropshire to discover the ways civilisations have lived and worshipped along its banks since the dawn of man. Show more
Chris Packham meets the animals who use devious tactics to win a mate, including fiddler crabs, who use optical illusions to impress females. Show more
Soap opera based around a busy Dublin Garda station. Has a criminal clan invited Keith to walk into a trap? Rory risks arousing suspicion when tempted to tamper with evidence. Show more
Series exploring the expansion of railways in the Victorian era. The team visit the South Devon Railway to explore the life of the branch line before the Beeching cuts of the 60s. Show more
The final programme comes from St Abbs in Scotland and looks at whether herring are making a comeback, and there's exploration into the lesser-known British coral reefs. Show more
At Blackburn Cathedral, Charles Hanson values a wooden Fijian club, while two vintage enamel signs catch Philip Serrell’s eye. Paul Martin takes a look at the impressive Talbot collection. Show more
Jamelia, Susan Calman, Gareth Malone and Paul Martin test their general knowledge skills and the week's overall winner is crowned. Show more
In Tai Seng, Michael goes underground to marvel at the world’s largest subterranean rail depot, where self-driving MRT trains are maintained. Show more
This episode explores the County Down coastline between Belfast and Strangford Lough, all the way along the Ards Peninsula. Show more
A selection of the best moments from the Q series of QI, hosted by Sandi Toksvig with Alan Davies and their guests.
Frankie travels from Glasgow to a stand-up show in Ayr. Along the way, he learns martial arts, explores the life of Scotland’s most famous queen and has a go on the dodgems. Show more
Could coronavirus change the way the global economy works? Plus the ex-Google exec who says the firm has lost its moral compass, and Civil Service reform.
Mary Beard and her panel of guests explore the links between crime and culture. Why is the detective novel such a big part of our literary and theatrical culture? Show more
Thriller about the bigoted sheriff (Rod Steiger) of a small Mississippi town who finds himself forced into collaboration with a black detective (Sidney Poitier) from Philadelphia. Show more
Panorama investigates Amazon's rise to corporate superpower and asks whether there is a dark side to our love affair with the company. Show more
Lake Geneva, 1816. Lord Byron and the Shelleys prepare for a night telling ghost stories, but their villa proves to have ghostly presences all of its own. Show more
Highlights of programmes on BBC Two.