In Birmingham, a buyer who was born on the weekend of the moon landings wants to mark her 50th year with something out of this world. Show more
Jay Blades uses three repairs – a butter churn, spinning wheel and a set of ploughing trophies – and some fascinating archive to trace the changing face of rural life in the UK. Show more
Steve Backshall discovers why the Bahamas provide ideal sanctuary for sharks. What we can learn from these rich tropical waters that will help oceans all across the planet? Show more
BBC Parliament's programme looking back at the week in Westminster presented by Alicia McCarthy.
Gordon Buchanan takes household names on a wildlife adventure. Gordon and Dermot begin their trip on Skye on the lookout for seals and golden eagles. Show more
Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break.
Susan Calman hosts the quiz show of tactics, knowledge and nerve. Contestants must work as a team, but ultimately there can only be one Boss. Who will walk away with the money? Show more
Masterchef's John Torode sifts through the archives and serves up a selection of mouth-watering dishes. Featuring recipes and ingredients linked by the letter E. Show more
A retrospective look at television appearances made over the years by Hollywood icon Ingrid Bergman, capturing the milestones and highlights of her life and career. Show more
Today Flog It! is at the Old College, part of Aberystwyth University on the west coast of Wales. Paul Martin discovers how the myth of Merlin is at the heart of Wales. Show more
Jeremy Vine hosts the show where every day a new team of challengers take on probably the greatest quiz team in Britain.
Michael Portillo ventures down under to ride one of the world’s greatest rail journeys aboard the legendary Ghan Railway. Along the way, Michael uncovers the history of the ambitious project. Show more
The Ellis family travel back in time to reveal how life has changed for northern working-class families over the past 100 years. Their experience begins in 1918. Show more
Celebrating the comedy of Victoria Wood. This edition tackles age and features classic clips, including Chrissie the long-distance swimmer, dinnerladies and Acorn Antiques. Show more
In the opening match of the quiz series for students, the University of Glasgow takes on Exeter University for a place in the second round. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions. Show more
Documentary series. As war began, many Iraqis were hopeful. Ahmed Al Bashir, now a famous comedian, remembers practising his English with US troops before the realities of occupation became clear. Show more
Dara O Briain and Hugh Dennis look back on events around the world along with guests Angela Barnes, Ed Byrne, Rhys James, Nish Kumar and Suzi Ruffell.
The day's important national and international news stories. With Emma Barnett.
Documentary which traces the story of Live Aid from its humble beginnings, a pop tune cobbled together in the back seat of a taxi, to the eve of the biggest televised event ever. Show more
Matt Baker explores the stretch of the Grand Union Canal that runs near his home in the Chilterns, and John Craven launches this year’s Countryfile photo competition. Show more
Mentor Beverley helps Philippine nurse Francis get used to life 7,000 miles from home, while Katie needs support to get signed off on two of her key nursing competencies. Show more
The first heats feature singer Myles Stephenson, Apprentice star Thomas Skinner, comedian Judi Love, footballer John Barnes and Death In Paradise actor Shyko Amos. Show more
Highlights of programmes on BBC Two.