Alex Mearns thinks it’s time to relocate to Cornwall before his daughters start school, but can his wife Robyn be convinced to leave the support of their families behind? Show more
A recently retired couple look to downsize from their Essex home and move to Staffordshire. Sonali Shah helps them find peace, pubs and a detached home with a view. Show more
The cute-as-a-button Pomeranian is the breed of choice in the final heat as four groomers try to achieve the perfect pom-pom shape using just a pair of scissors. Show more
Thursday is Flexibility. Mark Wright shows us how to improve flexibility and balance.
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Jo Coburn is joined by Andrew Bowie MP, Monica Lennon MSP, Madeline Grant and George Monbiot to discuss independence for Scotland and proposals to reform the health service. Show more
Macbeth, A Winter’s Tale and Much Ado About Nothing, plus representation of data in maths.
Marking 400 years since the death of William Shakespeare, a selection of experts demonstrate how to rap, act, sound like, dress like and direct Shakespeare. Show more
Key scenes from A Midsummer Night's Dream are explored through performance, to unlock the meaning of language and development of character. Show more
Historians run a farm in West Sussex exactly as it would have been in 1500. This episode focuses on the staple foods of everyday Tudor life - bread and ale. Show more
Historians run a farm in West Sussex exactly as it would have been in 1500. The team learn how important lead was as a building material, and experiment with a camera obscura. Show more
Flog It! comes from Sandon Hall in Staffordshire. Spread out among the magnificent state rooms, experts Charles Hanson and David Fletcher pick out some gems to value. Show more
Kae Kurd, Zoe Lyons, Andrew Hunter Murray and Kate Robbins test their general knowledge skills on this week's House of Games. Show more
Comedian Zoe Lyons hosts the quickfire quiz where six plucky contestants must stay out of the light to be alright. Can anyone beat the lightning and win the £3,000 jackpot? Show more
Why is there such a fuss about the difference between fact and fiction? Mary talks to actor Jason Watkins about the difference between playing real and fictional characters. Show more
Nigella prepares some of her go-to favourites, including a butternut and sweet potato curry served with her coriander and jalapeno salsa. Show more
Two garden designers use virtual reality to transform tired gardens into idyllic wonderlands. Meanwhile, a small-spaces expert brings perfection to tiny plots. Show more
Documentary exploring Top of the Pops in 1977, as it was stormed by punk and new wave acts such as the Stranglers and the Jam, as well as disco, reggae, pub rock and plastic pop. Show more
The big political issues of the day. With Emma Barnett.
In his first year and a half, Trump falls out spectacularly with some of America’s oldest allies as he relentlessly pursues his ‘America First’ agenda. Show more
54 Days tells the story of the events that led to the lockdown and the gulf between what Chinese officials and scientists knew and what they told the world. Show more
The last episode of the series looks at what winter means to us. Chris Packham has a final look at the live cameras, and Iolo Williams explores the amazing success of red kites in Wales. Show more
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