Sarah Moore turns to designer Rupert Blanchard to give a broken games table a new lease of life, while Lucy Tiffney revives a pair of old lamps. Show more
Rylan Clark-Neal hosts as chefs Anna Haugh and Akis Petretzikis guide a couple who have only recently become interested in cooking through some quick, simple recipes. Show more
Michael Portillo crosses the county line from Devon into Somerset. He sees first-hand how willow farmers sought to overcome the challenge from the production of synthetic plastics during the 1930s. Show more
Beginning at Bolton Priory, Shanaz Gulzar meanders along the banks of the treacle-coloured River Wharfe before climbing up through the Valley of Desolation. Show more
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The programme talks to health workers who want to be tested for coronavirus but haven't. They tell Victoria why they are slightly anxious about it, after the health minister tested positive for it. Show more
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Andrew Neil presents live coverage of chancellor Rishi Sunak’s 2020 Budget, with expert analysis by Laura Kuenssberg, Faisal Islam and Simon Jack. Show more
Soap opera based around a busy Dublin Garda station. Dunne needs to damage Aoife's credibility. Can Patricia stomach an illicit solution for her faulty flats? Show more
Amateur designing competition. The three remaining designers take on one of the most demanding rooms to redesign on a tight budget - the kitchen. Show more
Michael Portillo unearths documents from the National Archives. He discovers the state's strategy on Scientology and explores how bull running was banned in Britain. Show more
Expert Nick Davies is drawn to a bobbin holder that reveals Huddersfield’s textile heritage, while Christina Trevanion finds an incredible collection of glass scent bottles. Show more
Former winners Hugh Dennis, Sarah Greene, Nish Kumar and Holly Walsh test their general knowledge skills on this week's Richard Osman’s House of Games: Champions. Show more
In the Queen of the Suburbs, Ealing, Michael Portillo finds comedy at the home of British cinema and is transformed for the silver screen by expert hair and make-up. Show more
The latest on the Budget and the government’s handling of coronavirus, including an interview with shadow chancellor John McDonnell.
Paul travels from mysterious Loch Ussie and discovers wickedness in Strathpeffer and a fairy bridge over the Dornoch Firth. Show more
The RNLI volunteers race to the rescue of a diver found unconscious 30 metres underwater, a yacht sinking in the middle of the Channel and a windsurfer caught out in a storm. Show more
Twenty years on, the children from the groundbreaking series Child of Our Time reflect on growing up during a time of extraordinary social change. Show more
With Emily Maitlis. The latest on the government’s coronavirus plans. Austerity ends with a bang in the Budget. And Harvey Weinstein.
BBC One joins the BBC's rolling news channel for a night of news.
This final episode follows staff and claimants at Bolton Jobcentre. New claimant Paula is stunned to realise that she will only have £532 a month to live off until she has paid back her advances. Show more
Documentary. In Aintree Hospital’s major trauma centre, a 15-strong team are trying to save the life of a young man who has been stabbed in the chest – one of three stabbings to arrive during the day. Show more
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