The stories behind ten people who changed the world. This looks at Florence Nightingale, Alexander Graham Bell, Harriet Tubman, Isambard Kingdom Brunel and Mary Anning. Show more
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a house in Cornwall, a large flat in Shepherd's Bush and a terrace house in Gainsborough. Show more
A family is devastated after they are burgled - but a tip-off puts police on the trail of the thieves; and a 999 call leads to a high-speed police chase and dramatic arrest.
Help for homeowners who have fallen victim to cowboy builders. In Wales, a family wanted a conservatory with disabled access - but all they got was a damp-ridden disaster. Show more
TV chefs compete in real restaurants. Stephanie Moon and James Tanner sharpen their knives in an epic battle for profit at a university in London. Show more
Armed with his 1913 guide, Michael Portillo travels from Berlin, through the picturesque Harz Mountains and on to Rheingau, renowned for its age-old vineyards. Show more
Cookery series. Ed Baines and Valentine Warner visit and compete in country shows. The chefs both hope to win the day with their date and walnut scones at the Nidderdale show. Show more
In Brussels, Shaun Ley asks Ivo Daalder, the United States' permanent representative to NATO, about divisions in the 64-year-old security organisation. Show more
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Sue Barker presents live coverage from the Queen's Club in London. Croatia's Marin Cilic was the champion in 2012 after controversial scenes in the final. Show more
Dermot Murnaghan hosts the show in which teams from all over the UK take on probably the greatest quiz team in Britain, made up of some of the country's top quiz champions. Show more
The final update after three weeks of the very best wildlife stories from Chris Packham, Michaela Strachan and Martin Hughes-Games. Including the latest news from the nest cameras. Show more
Dara O Briain and the team return for a brand new series looking back at the funny side of the week's news, featuring guests Milton Jones, Josh Widdicombe and Katherine Ryan.
Historical drama. Queen Catherine faces a fall from favour as the King encourages the hunt for heretics. Henry Howard's foes hope to hasten his disgrace with charges of plotting. Show more
Profiling artists and their view of Derry-Londonderry's year as the UK City of Culture. Stephen McCauley catches up with SOAK to review Sons & Daughters and Other Voices. Show more
Richard Bilton does the first TV interview with the bookkeeper for the organisation which ran a secret blacklist subscribed to by some of the biggest names in British business. Show more
BBC security correspondent Frank Gardner returns to Saudi Arabia, where he was shot by Al Qaeda in 2004, exploring how it has so far avoided an Arab Spring revolution. Show more
A special version of Howard Goodall's Story of Music that provides a unique resource for secondary schools. Goodall looks at the first steps towards making music. Show more