JJ Chalmers calls on signwriter Joel Poole and blacksmith Kev Paxton to redesign a nest of tables and some metal railings. JJ sets to work on a pile of wood. Show more
Lee and Flo are in Fleet to design a relaxing family space for single dad Stuart and his daughter Freya, with separate spaces where they can hang out without disturbing each other. Show more
Jay Blades and the team restore two Olympic medals, a musical jewellery box, a toy dragon and a hammer that helped make a home. Show more
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Driver Michael Delaney and bereaved Lisa Belgetti come to terms with wins and losses against the backdrop of rivalry on the famous 24-hour racetrack.
Baker Paul Hollywood explores the world of Aston Martin cars. Paul meets new Aston boss Andy Palmer and also trains to race and join one of the Aston teams. Show more
A look at modern farming life in Scotland. This final episode features all the farmers from across the year reflecting on what each season means to them. Show more
This episode comes from the 19th-century Highcliffe Castle in Dorset. Finds include an untouched World War II ration pack and a piece by Eduardo Paolozzi. Show more
Sara Barron, Anton Du Beke, Jessica Fostekew and Rickie Haywood-Williams test their general knowledge skills on this week's House of Games. Show more
Sheep farmers Tim and Tanya have a go at selling their vodka at Blenheim Palace Food Festival. Wye Valley brothers Matt and Kit also create a buzz with their mead. Show more
Highlights of the first day of the second test match between England and New Zealand.
Monty turns his attention to the the jewel garden and checks up on his bees. Arit Anderson meets a woman greening up neglected spaces in London, and Nick Bailey continues his look at the iris. Show more
Leon, a mixed-race boy, and Jake, his white baby brother, are separated after their mother has a breakdown. Leon is determined to find him and gets unexpected support along the way.
The day's important national and international news stories. With Faisal Islam.
What really happened to the princes in the tower? Lucy Worsley uncovers the story of the two boys whose disappearance in 1483 has led to centuries of mystery and speculation.
Mel wants to know her sperm donor father’s identity, while Fi wonders if she might have passed down a 'murder gene' to her kids. Bahaa worries he will get cancer like his brother. Show more
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