Four poignant short dramas written specially for children by some of Britain's leading writers. The films explore such universal themes as bravery, friendship and sibling rivalry. Show more
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a three-bedroom semi in Leigh, Lancashire, a property in Middlesex and a house in Staffordshire. Show more
Series following council officers. Local council officers take a superstore to task over spotlights keeping residents awake at night. Show more
Consumer series with Dominic Littlewood. Dom tries to help a group of unhappy kitchen and bathroom customers who have been frustrated by problems during installation. Show more
Famous faces recreate their childhood holidays. Len takes Gyles Brandreth back to Broadstairs in Kent to reminisce about his holiday in 1955. Show more
The Antiques Roadshow returns to Chenies Manor, where the team learn of an extraordinary update about an ornate French plant stand last seen on the Roadshow in 1991. Show more
Series following some of the nation's architects. Bobby Halliday takes on a development of bespoke homes on the site of an old farm, and Dan Benham is designing a family home. Show more
Stephen Sackur talks to the late Sir Nicholas Winton. When he was just 29 he helped rescue more than 600 mostly Jewish children from Nazi persecution in Czechoslovakia. Show more
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Jo Coburn is joined by YouGov pollster Peter Kellner for the latest political news, including Labour's plans to fund extra border staff and the Rochester byelection. Show more
David Attenborough presents a natural history of birds. Here he focuses on their varied nest-building techniques and their struggles to protect their eggs. Show more
Amateur bakers have their skills tested to the limit. Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins present the second round, where the bakers' pastry skills are tested as they tackle tarts. Show more
Australian period drama. Elizabeth is irritated by the fact that Sarah continues to be the talk of the dinner table. Show more
Detective drama series. Jim investigates a story about some gold bullion that was stolen fifty years ago, and a rumour that it is buried in Malibu.
Michael Aspel and the experts make a return visit to St George's Hall in Liverpool. Among the objects valued are a bedspread made for a queen. Show more
Dermot Murnaghan hosts a general knowledge quiz in which teams from all over the UK battle to beat the Eggheads, some of the country's top quiz champions. Show more
Zoe Ball is joined by the couple who narrowly escaped elimination. Karen Hardy gives her thoughts on the weekend's choreography.
Series searching for untapped interior design talent. In the first of the three second-round episodes, the amateurs tackle awkward dimensions in converted oast houses. Show more
Monica Galetti, Gregg Wallace and new judge Marcus Wareing put the chefs through their paces. Five ambitious chefs make a lamb dish and Monica's version of a millefeuille. Show more
Ruth Goodman, Peter Ginn and Tom Pinfold reveal the skills of medieval castle builders. Peter and Tom set to work learning how to construct a spiral staircase. Show more
Comedy series following a family from the Dublin suburbs. When Graham's landlord kicks him out, Ciara suggests that he move in with her, upsetting a delicate balance. Show more
Film review show. Antonia Quirke and Danny Leigh take a critical look at the week's film releases, including The Imitation Game, The Drop and Life Itself. Show more
Chronicles the toll of gang affiliation, hearing from those who feel pressured to join, former gang members and the police. Show more
Seventeen-year-old Ceejay continues on her journey to be free of a gang-affiliated past. The programme captures Ceejay at a critical point in her transition. Show more
Young people investigate how protests by ordinary people in their local areas of Manchester, Jarrow and Guildford have helped shape British history. Show more