Nick Knowles challenges artists to create a piece for buyers who want something uplifting for their home after a recent cancer diagnosis. Show more
Jay Blades delves into the UK’s maritime history through eye-opening archive and three memorable items from the Repair Shop: a ditty box, a teddy and a book of cuttings about Captain Scott. Show more
Michael Portillo embarks on a two-part adventure through Thailand. Michael helps out at an elephant hospital, tries his hand at the art of umbrella-making and learns about northern Thai cuisine. Show more
Documentary showing how revolutionary new imaging technology allows archaeologists to construct an accurate picture of the city of Angkor in Cambodia. Show more
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Jo Coburn is live in Westminster for coverage of prime minister’s questions and all the latest political news. She is joined by former cabinet minister Baroness Morgan and Labour MP Clive Lewis.
Susan Calman hosts the quiz show of tactics, knowledge and nerve. Contestants must work as a team, but ultimately there can only be one Boss. Who will walk away with the money? Show more
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Austria provides the fifth leg of the Bikers' adventure. The trip starts in Vienna, patisserie capital of the world, and ends atop the spectacular Grossglockner Alpine pass. Show more
In China's far south west, rich jungles nestle below towering peaks. Jewel-coloured birds and ancient tribes share forested valleys where wild elephants still roam. Show more
Dancing phenomenon Maddie Ziegler describes how her friend Simone Biles became a global superstar and the greatest gymnast of all time. Show more
Part two of the story of the 2008 Olympics in Beijing features highlights from days seven to ten, with Usain Bolt, Michael Phelps and Sir Chris Hoy among those seeking gold. Show more
Gary Lineker presents live coverage of the Premier League clash between Burnley and Wolves at Turf Moor. Show more
The Ellis family discover how life has changed for northern working-class families. 1960 marks the start of an era of prosperity. Dad Jon puts in a shift down the local pit. Show more
Conservationist Giles Clark is in Laos to tackle wildlife crime and build a bear sanctuary. Mary, a baby sun bear, arrives and needs urgent care, and two moon bears are also rescued. Show more
As Phyllis’s campaign to stop the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment gathers support and momentum, its proponents prepare for the Democratic presidential campaign of 1972. Show more
The Supreme Court makes an historic judgement legalising abortion in the United States, and the Women's Caucus agrees not to confront Phyllis Schlafly's Stop the ERA campaign head on. Show more
Paul travels the to the icy summit of Britain's highest mountain to discover how Scotland was first promoted as a winter holiday destination. Show more
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Louis visits one of the best schools in America for autism to get a glimpse of the pleasures and the strains of one of the most extraordinary kinds of relationship. Show more
Jill, a 56-year-old raver, is looking for a style she can throw some serious shapes in, and Mel swaps her obsession with flip flops and leggings for a sophisticated new look. Show more
The Casino de Monte Carlo holds an exclusive event for high rollers, and the harbour is packed as the super-rich arrive for the famous yacht show. Show more
The competition for the first two semi-final places reaches its climax as the celebrities cook for three of the previous year's contestants, including champion Greg Rutherford. Show more
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