Jules Hudson helps a buyer who wants to relocate herself and her dog-grooming business to Suffolk with a budget of £320,000. He also meets a team recreating an Anglo-Saxon longship. Show more
Ready Steady Cook keeps it in the family with sisters Julie and Debbie. Both are interested in healthy meals that they can make without hours in the kitchen. Show more
Using brand new science and innovative techniques, Chris Packham investigates how nature’s masterminds measure up against human brainpower. Show more
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Jo Coburn is joined by David Johnston MP, Caroline Lucas MP, Sonia Sodha, and Quentin Letts to discuss vaccine supply delays, UK asylum policy, and a scheme to help people study abroad after Brexit. Show more
Art Ninja Ricky Martin on creating your own cartoon, plus more Big Songs
Griff Rhys Jones reveals how Dickens created the idea of a traditional family Christmas through one of his best-known books, A Christmas Carol. Show more
Kate Bliss and James Braxton head to Waterloo Antiques Fair in Belgium, where James splashes out on an expensive portrait and Kate buys a rare toy aeroplane. Show more
Homeowners compete to have the best house in town. Three detached properties in St Albans are looked at by the judges. Show more
Antiques series. The team are in Gloucester, where presenter Paul Martin and experts Philip Serrell and Michael Baggott discover some rare gems. Show more
The quiz in which contestants try to score as few points as possible by plumbing the depths of their general knowledge to come up with the answers no-one else could think of. Show more
Former winners Dane Baptiste, Richard Herring, June Sarpong and Kate Williams test their general knowledge skills on this week's Richard Osman's House of Games: Champions. Show more
Simon and team travel to the Forest of Dean to help Jon and Michelle turn their old horse cart into a cosy and comfortable sanctuary. Show more
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The Bikers conclude their trip around the Baltic. They meet a local fisherwoman (and fisher-feminist) and see if they have any Viking blood flowing through their veins. Show more
In the north east of England lies a wild and remote moorland. This ancient landscape of heather-clad uplands and sheltered dales is home to red grouse and tough moorland sheep. Show more
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George McGavin and Zoe Laughlin investigate the revolutionary science finding vital renewable resources and undiscovered life in sewage. Show more
Join Rob Brydon as he trips the light fantastic amongst the funniest, sweetest and silliest musical sketches and performances from the Comic Relief store cupboard.
The day's important national and international news stories. With Emma Barnett.
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The incredible story of how Pluto has been propelled from an unremarkable ball of ice on the edge of the solar system to a world of unimaginable complexity - where some form of alien life might exist. Show more
Stacey Dooley helps answer life-changing questions through the power of DNA. Bill wants to learn what happened to his father, while Charlie asks if she is safe from a deadly disease. Show more
The four winners from the first week of heats return to compete in the first quarter-final. They are challenged by food critic Grace Dent to prepare a great British pudding. Show more
In a special programme to end this series, Mary is in conversation with British writer Jed Mercurio, the mastermind behind hit show Line of Duty. Show more
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