Hazel Irvine relives the 1992 final between Stephen Hendry and Jimmy White, a carbon copy of the 1990 line-up won by the Scot. Show more
The first of John Ford's cavalry trilogy, in which a demoted commanding officer takes his resentment out on the men of Fort Apache, a remote outpost in the Arizona desert. Show more
Jason Mohammad introduces live second-round action in Sheffield. Matches are played over three sessions and are the best of 25 frames. Show more
On the Cesme Peninsula, Rick Stein enjoys creamy Armola cheese, Urla's famous red wine and the ultimate Turkish breakfast. He also cooks Turkey's iconic dish of sultan's delight. Show more
Antiques challenge. Tim Wonnacott presents from Edinburgh as two climbers face a pair of puppeteers. Team leaders Catherine Southon and Paul Laidlaw guide the teams. Show more
Nicki Chapman charts her way around Dorset with a boat-loving couple keen to find a country home. Along the way, Nicki visits the UK's largest organic dairy sheep farm. Show more
Junk makeover show. After a successful time at the recycling centre in Witley, Sarah Moore hopes to generate a profit from three more hidden gems. Show more
The fascinating history hidden in Britain's boozers. Si and Dave visit a Yorkshire pub believed to have been drunk dry by troops in the English Civil War. Show more
A round-up of the day's sporting action and results from around the province.
Paul Martin is joined by experts Adam Partridge and James Lewis to sift through the local treasures in Richmond, North Yorkshire, including some prehistoric axe heads. Show more
The search for Britain's best team of pastry chefs. The teams must produce 36 St Marc slices, 36 sfogliatelle and 36 small domed cakes invented specially by the teams. Show more
Another quarter-final spot will be filled tonight on day eight of the World Championship. Hazel Irvine introduces live coverage from the Crucible Theatre. Show more
From the stage of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, David Tennant, Catherine Tate and guests mark the life of William Shakespeare on the 400th anniversary of the playwright's death. Show more
Jason Mohammad introduces highlights from a day when three quarter-final places will have been decided.
French thriller based on the true story of gangster Jacques Mesrine (Vincent Cassel), who gained notoriety in the 60s and 70s for his criminal behaviour. Show more
Second part of the French thriller. Now back in France, gangster Jacques Mesrine is in police custody and facing justice for his crimes. But his detention does not last long. Show more