Marcus finds that getting his own ducks proves more of an adventure than he anticipated. He also gets a lesson on what is edible and growing wild in the hedgerows and bushes. Show more
Christina Trevanion presents from Shrewsbury, where experts Philip Serrell and Izzie Balmer join the teams as they search for the best items to sell at auction. Show more
Monica Galetti and Giles Coren visit London's most expensive and exclusive hotel, the Lanesborough. It's the first time the hotel has allowed anyone behind the scenes. Show more
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Vicki Young is joined by Laura Farris MP, Rosie Duffield MP, Rafael Behr and Iain Martin to discuss Ukrainian refugees, sanctions and the cost-of-living crisis. Show more
Rylan Clark-Neal hosts as chefs Anna Haugh and Ellis Barrie rustle up some fish dishes with two colleagues from a charity that supports fishing communities. 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 experts Kate Bliss and Caroline Hawley face off at a London car boot sale. Which of this competitive pair will come out on top? Show more
Some clothing items cause conflict, and Ryan gets grubby in the garden with Ana.
Top barristers Sasha Wass and Jeremy Dein re-examine a seaside case of murder and mistaken identity from 1900. Show more
Neil Oliver uncovers Britain's ancient landscape of belief and ritual. He goes in search of the earliest stirrings of religion in Britain, finding clues left by Ice Age hunters. Show more
The team visit Herstmonceux Castle and antiques experts Jonathan Pratt and James Lewis find treasures to take to auction, including some beautiful bronze sculptures. Show more
Jennie McAlpine, Ugo Monye, Joe Pasquale and Felicity Ward test their general knowledge skills on this week's House of Games. Show more
Marcus expands his herb patch, giving a new perspective on ingredients, and has a close encounter with some bees. Show more
Asif calls Jimmi in crisis, Princess makes an impression at the Mill, and
Hazeem finds himself advising a student musician who has fallen for his bandmate.
Nigella shares her take on the bhorta, a dish of fried and mashed vegetables favoured in the Indian subcontinent, to which she introduces a very British ingredient. Show more
Clive Myrie asks the questions in another semi-final. Specialist subjects are Vincent van Gogh’s paintings, the Bill & Ted films, drum and bass music and Julia Margaret Cameron. Show more
The quarter-finals continue when two more teams do battle to reach the next stage in the competition. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions.
The origins of the real Peaky Blinders, a mass street gang phenomenon that arose in Birmingham at the end of the 19th century. Show more
A pride of lions has rewritten the rules - they have learnt to take down elephants.
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John Craven is at Wrest Park in Bedfordshire to help with an ambitious 20-year restoration project. He also delves into the archives, revisiting other Countryfile renovation stories. Show more
HMRC track down the tax-dodging owner of BHS, fraudsters take advantage of the Grenfell Tower disaster to line their pockets, and an illegal dump costs the public purse thousands. Show more
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