In the Repair Shop today, the team takes on a fire-damaged silver vanity set, a WW2 secret agent canister and a wooden toy carousel. Show more
In Birmingham, Sharina and Abu have £4,000 to turn their concrete garden into a relaxing, bird-filled space. Cooking fan Sharina also wants a vegetable plot, and Abu would like a fish pond. Show more
In the Repair Shop today, there is a broken Portuguese guitar, a dilapidated barber’s pole, an important Nigerian painting and a writing slope that hid a life-changing secret. Show more
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Quiz show hosted by Shane Richie. A graphic designer, a fishery manager and a call centre advisor face a golden wall of cash worth £20,000. Show more
As the end of the decade approaches, Sarah and George prepare to leave for his embassy posting in Israel and she tries one more time to reconcile Jack and Carolyn.
John Torode sifts through the archives serving up dishes from some of the nation's favourite television chefs. Featuring recipes and ingredients linked by the letter D.
Snake expert Romulus Whitaker investigates claims that India is in the middle of a snakebite epidemic of epic proportions, journeying around the country. Show more
Live coverage as some of the world’s finest track and field athletes face off in the Middle East in the latest leg of the 2020 Diamond League. Show more
YolanDa Brown, Rev Kate Bottley, Joel Dommett and John Thomson test their general knowledge skills in their final set of games, and the week's winner is crowned. Show more
Celebrities hunt for antiques across the UK. Denise van Outen faces off with Kelly Brook. Kelly may have home advantage, but Denise's haggling skills make the result hard to call. Show more
Join Adam Frost in his garden for a special programme celebrating some of the most glorious gardens the team have visited over the last few years. Show more
Simon Schama explores how the romantics created the secular cult of national belonging in their poetry, music and art, with enormous consequences for the modern world. Show more
The winner of the much-coveted Mercury Prize 2020 joins Jools, discussing the honour of taking home the prize, the creative process behind their winning album and the influences that shaped it. Show more
The day's important national and international news stories. With Kirsty Wark.
A suicide bombing makes it necessary to reveal to the public that Cylons can appear human, sparking paranoia across the fleet.
Film drama. A midwife receives a visit, out of the blue, from her late father's estranged former mistress. In French with English subtitles. Show more
Panorama uncovers secret reports that expose how banks have failed to tackle crime. Reporter Richard Bilton also exposes the business deals billionaires would rather you didn’t know about. Show more
Louis Theroux looks back at his earliest documentaries and explores how some people’s most fervent beliefs can bring them into conflict with mainstream society. Show more
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