The quiz show where players must avoid Impossible answers to stay in the competition. How many of today's players will survive to face the £10,000 question?
A Premier League footballer's house is targeted twice by burglars of high-value properties – but they are quickly caught thanks to a helicopter fitted with heat-seeking cameras.
Chris Packham looks at the social intelligence of animals, from lions hunting in teams to vampire bats’ trust building tactics. He also finds out how dogs became man’s best friend. Show more
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Rob Beckett hosts the quiz show where contestants must decide whether they can win the jackpot alone or need to headhunt other players to supplement their knowledge. Show more
The owners of three exceptional semi-detached houses in Cardiff are handing over their keys to a group of local knowledgeable ‘nosey neighbours’. Show more
With the wedding back on, it’s time for Woody’s 'groomspiel', and Big Mac has wild plans for it. But Woody has made Tracy a promise he’ll behave, which is going to be hard to keep. Show more
Nature documentary series. Liz Bonnin leads a team using cutting-edge technology to follow caribou on a 5,000km migration through the Arctic wilderness of Canada and Alaska. Show more
Steve Backshall looks at the unique geography of California's Monterey Bay, its kelp forest bursting with life from microscopic plankton to visiting ocean giants. Show more
Jeremy Vine hosts the show where every day a new team of challengers take on probably the greatest quiz team in Britain. Show more
Antiques series. Paul Martin introduces a collection of the best finds from the show's travels to Lulworth Castle, Chiddingstone Castle and Wrest Park. Show more
Radzi Chinyanganya, Hal Cruttenden, Kerry Godliman and Ebony Rainford-Brent take on a series of quiz rounds selected by the host, quiz legend Richard Osman. Show more
Among today’s transformations are a special recumbent tricycle that once carried an Olympic torch, and a widow’s wish for her wedding and engagement rings comes true. Show more
Two rival architects use virtual reality to pitch for the commission to renovate a home in Halifax. Will the winning design give the owners their forever home? Show more
The remaining chefs compete over dishes inspired by science and innovation. But with such high-level cooking, who can keep their lead and who must go home? Show more
As the epic story of people around the world living through the first year of the pandemic continues, the hollowness of 'we are all in this together'
becomes apparent. Show more
Paul travels the to the icy summit of Britain's highest mountain to discover how Scotland was first promoted as a winter holiday destination. Show more
The day's important national and international news stories. With Kirsty Wark.
Eilidh Barbour presents highlights from the Augusta National as the 2021 Masters begins. With commentary from Andrew Cotter, Ken Brown, Iona Stephen, Mark James and Iain Carter. Show more
Former footballers, including Paul Stewart, David White and Andy Woodward, speak out about the sexual abuse they suffered as youth players and how it burdened them during their professional careers. Show more
In the last of this year's quarter-finals, food critic Grace Dent challenges the contenders to cook dishes inspired by global street food. Show more
Simon and the team travel to Hampshire to meet Kerie and Dave, who want to transform an abandoned shepherds hut and pigsty into a unique B&B. Show more
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