A plumber, a tour guide and a dog groomer swap jobs to see which is hardest. Who will walk away with the £1000 prize? Show more
Kate meets an ostrich who thinks he’s a zebra, Ben tries to identify 20 guinea pigs and Jean learns lions really can climb trees. Show more
Monica and Giles travel into the snowy Alps to work behind the scenes in a hotel that offers six spa areas with the world's leading musicians playing for the guests in the evening. Show more
British families explore the idea of moving to Australia or New Zealand. Sheldon feels a move to Australia will help his family enjoy a better pace of life. Show more
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Susan Calman hosts the quiz show where being in control is everything. Who will emerge as the boss and walk away with the cash?
Australian period drama. On the eve of the open day in support of the women's clinic, George is still depressed about James's rejection of life at Ash Park. Show more
In this episode, 'I' is for insects. We bask in the beauty of butterflies while commiserating with Joe Swift over the insects that are eating their way through his allotment. Show more
Exploring how animals effortlessly beat gravity. Why peregrine falcons can top 200 miles an hour and how heavyweight beetles break the rules to find love. Show more
Chris Packham explores the unexplained, unexpected and unidentifiable. Chris discovers the secrets behind a flame-filled firenado and meets a team of oversized rats who save lives. Show more
In Blackburn, Anita Manning values a gold charm bracelet, Philip Serrell takes a shine to an unusual globe, and Paul Martin learns about the remarkable life of classical singer Kathleen Ferrier. Show more
Angellica Bell, Gyles Brandreth, Scarlett Moffatt and Iain Stirling test their general knowledge skills. Show more
Diarmuid Gavin invites us into his garden, encouraging everyone to get gardening together. This week, chef Rachel Allen helps fulfil his dream of keeping chickens in the garden. Show more
Celebrities hunt for antiques across the UK. Strictly Come Dancing champions Ore Oduba and Joanne Clifton are hunting for treasure with experts Catherine Southon and David Harper. Show more
In Palermo, Michael takes in the art and architecture of the futurists and feasts on a Sicilian speciality - spaghetti and sardines. Show more
In attempting to save one daughter, Margaret has seemingly condemned the other.
An increasingly desperate Margaret tries to find a way to help both her daughters.
Paul Murton visits some of the most beautiful and remote spots in Britain. In this episode, he embarks on a nerve-wracking caving expedition under the summit of Blaven.
As Donald Trump prepares for his big speech at the Republican National Convention, what does the US president need to do to secure a second term? With Katie Razzall.
Property developer Tim hits a million-pound problem in the mill he is converting into apartments, while less than a mile away, Anne and her friends face losing their homes to a redevelopment scheme. Show more
In a Sussex village, a community has turned its back on the modern world to live a life free of money, crime and homelessness. But one young resident is questioning her future. Show more
Nick Knowles challenges artists to create a piece to say thank you to a husband who does a lot of work for charity. Show more
Barristers Sasha Wass and Jeremy Dein examine the case of a young soldier who was convicted of murdering a family friend in County Durham in 1934. Show more
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