Featuring Norfolk’s World Championship Thumb Wrestling, a Gloucestershire onion-eating competition, a Yorkshire straw bale race, and more Show more
Iain Stirling is joined by child team captains Jasmine and Ronnie and special guests Charlie Baker, Yuriko Kotani, Brennan Reece and Suzi Ruffell, who battle it out. Show more
The presenters look back at more of our dens from previous series and catch up with our dengineers to see how the dens have changed their lives Show more
Comedy drama. The Mustangs have made it to the final but it feels like nobody at the club has faith in them, and even the girls start to doubt themselves. Show more
Steve Backshall counts down his ultimate top ten deadly creatures. This time Steve is on a mission to choose his ten favourite extreme creatures. Show more
Series charting the challenges of moving animals across the world. A flock of gentoo penguins are flown from New Zealand to Birmingham and a hippo is moved to the south of France. Show more
Chris Packham and Liz Bonnin battle it out to find out whether cats or dogs are the better animal. The final round looks at whether cats and dogs really love us. Show more
Lynn and Sandra harvest their first honey. The Rodgers give bull Mario a send-off. Raymond’s flock is under threat from flystrike, and 50 of Stevie’s buffalo escape. Show more
Lorraine Pascale shows people with no kitchen confidence how to create meals. Lorraine helps Bryony Crutcher host her best friend's hen party. Show more
Series exploring the hidden corners of the UK. In North Yorkshire, Adam Henson discovers the remains of a forgotten glass-making industry. Show more
Some animals love nothing more than group games. But are they just for fun? This film uncovers the astonishing benefits they gain from playing together. Show more
Gabby Logan presents live coverage from Bydgoszcz, Poland. Day two’s events include the men’s and women’s 100m and 400m finals, as well as the men’s 1,500m and women’s 3,000m. Show more
Katie Derham is joined by composer Hannah Kendall and trombonist Peter Moore to celebrate the next generation of classical musicians. Rachel Parris discovers what makes the new stars tick. Show more
DA Pennebaker’s classic film about Bob Dylan's 1965 tour of Britain is an intimate portrait of the artist as a quite young and formidably intelligent man. Show more
Earn has got Al a college gig out of town with Clark County, but he is doing it on the cheap and they are staying in a student's house. When things go wrong it turns into a very strange trip.
In a flashback episode to their childhoods, Earn is embarrassed at school when someone claims his new FUBU t-shirt is a fake, and he calls on his cousin Al for help.
Earn needs to get Al and Darius to a plane, sort out their house move, help Darius get a passport, meet Lottie's teacher and have an honest conversation with Al. Show more
Drama in which an established fortysomething actress is asked to perform in a revival of the play that launched her career 20 years earlier. Show more
Drama about a teenager whose extreme Catholic faith leads her down a path of self-destruction, as she tries to reconcile life in the real world with her dreams of sainthood. Show more
Highlights of programmes on BBC Two.