Presenter Helen Skelton, garden designer Danny Clarke and the team help an elderly gardener in Cumbria, whose pretty garden has been spoiled by building work. Show more
Joe Crowley is on his home turf in London, visiting salad growers in the Lea Valley. And on International Dawn Chorus Day, bird expert Adrian Thomas tells us what to listen out for. Show more
To help viewers make the most of bank holiday Friday, Monty has plenty of ideas of how to fill the rest of the weekend, from potting on seedlings to sowing tender vegetables. Show more
Dougie investigates how the milk industry is being hit by lockdown, and a crofter sends a video dispatch from Fair Isle. Show more
George creates a plant support for his sweet peas out of prunings, while Brian revels in the torrent of tulips at Scone. Show more
Matt Tebbutt takes a look back at some of his favourite recipes and best moments from Saturday Kitchen.
Bestselling children’s author Dame Jacqueline Wilson helps decide which chef should make it through to the next round. Show more
Dave Myers and Simon King cook some of their favourite comfort food. Here they cook dishes for when the weather calls for sugar and spice and good hearty cooking. Show more
Two rival architects use virtual reality to pitch for the chance to transform a couple’s sprawling Margate property. Show more
From the ancient temples of Angkor Wat in Cambodia to the Shaolin Temple in China, discover what people do for faith in some of the most stunning sacred places on Earth. Show more
With Britain more obsessed with baking than ever, actress and cake expert Jane Asher brings together a selection of recipes from the nation's favourite television chefs. Show more
A look back at the great British war films that boosted the nation's morale in the postwar years and launched the careers of some of our best-loved actors and directors. Show more
World War II tale based on a true story. As the Germans move closer to the secret of nuclear fission, saboteurs plot to stop the materials going into production. Show more
Jo Scott travels to Kilkeel to meet the newly appointed harbourmaster, the first female to take up such a post. Gavin Andrews joins in the effort to increase woodlands. Show more
Simon Reeve embarks on the third leg of his four-part journey around the Mediterranean, travelling through Libya, Tunisia and across the sea to Sicily. Show more
Romesh Ranganathan mulls over the week’s most entertaining news with celebrity guests, his mum and his very own rambunctious focus group, the Ranganation.
A neurotic mid-20s suburbanite is convinced he is destined to be one of the greatest rap stars ever. Show more
Dave is finally asked to give his first ever public performance, but the occasion is not exactly what he had always imagined. Elz hesitantly agrees to DJ. Show more
The vampires must defend themselves as an international vampire tribunal gathers to judge them for their transgressions. Show more
Nadja trains Jenna on how to take her first victim, and Nandor applies for American citizenship. Show more
Fiona Bruce presents an hour of topical debate. On the panel: George Eustice MP, Nick Thomas-Symonds MP, Juergen Maier, Chris Hopson and Afua Hirsch. Show more
Life on the Sultans Trail begins to challenge the celebrities as Adrian Chiles tells the group he is struggling with the purpose of pilgrimage in the face of their experiences. Show more
Channelle wants an intervention-free birth, Jodie’s baby arrives eight weeks early, and there’s joy for Ashleigh after a dramatic delivery. Show more
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