At Felixstowe docks in Suffolk, enforcement agents are on the hunt for counterfeit and dangerous goods. Show more
Jay Blades calls on designer Sarah Peterson to give a pair of chairs a modern twist, while carpenter Bruce Faulseit repurposes a collection of metal racks and drawers. Show more
Rob and Gerald force a curry house to close early, and Andy plans to remove two boats from Falmouth harbour to cover an unpaid debt. Show more
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Quiz show hosted by Shane Richie. A charity shop worker, a tax consultant and a children's shoe shop owner face a golden wall of cash worth £20,000. Show more
An antiques expert, a market trader and an upcycler compete to make the most money for Children in Need. Gavin Claxton, Melissa Downhill and Zoe Pocock visit Chipping Campden. Show more
Comedy drama. George and Fiona go for a romantic weekend away, but back home in Weld, things are not going according to plan. Show more
It's sportswear week, and the sewers must create rugby shirts, waterproof onesies for toddlers and tennis outfits. Show more
Documentary series. Using the latest 3D scanning technology, Alexander Armstrong and Dr Michael Scott explore the watery wonderland of Venice. Show more
Today Flog It! comes from the University of Nottingham. Antique experts Charles Hanson and Michael Baggott find a rare wax doll and a 17th-century tortoiseshell box. Show more
Richard Osman picks more challenging quiz games for Jayde Adams, Josie d’Arby, Rufus Hound and Scott Mills. Show more
Rylan Clark-Neal presents all the backstage gossip from the world of Strictly Come Dancing. Costume designer Vicky Gill gives a preview of the weekend’s outfits. Show more
This week Jermaine Jenas is joined by Reece Parkinson, Timbsy and very special guest Headie One who chats all things football and also performs a track from his new chart-topping album. Show more
Keeley Donovan heads 75 miles off the Yorkshire coast to see the building of Hornsea One, which is currently the world’s biggest offshore windfarm. Show more
Chris catches up with a mob of hungry teenage white-tailed eagles, released on the Isle of Wight. Show more
Trump survives impeachment, but the Covid-19 virus hits America, riots break out on the streets and the economy faces trouble as Trump holds firm to his unique style of leadership. Show more
Highlights from the satirical show that brings you everything that has and hasn’t happened this week.
The day's important national and international news stories. With Kirsty Wark.
Dara O Briain and Hugh Dennis talk through the week’s events with guests Maisie Adam, Eshaan Akbar, Ed Byrne, Sophie Duker and Ed Gamble. Show more
Darryl Grimason takes a scuba-diving adventure around the shores of Northern Ireland. He swims in the fish factory off the Glens of Antrim.
The Foleys continue their fight for justice, and the Muellers continue their search for answers about their missing daughter Kayla. Show more
Hugh and Anita continue their fight against single-use plastics, looking at tea bags and prepacked sandwiches. Then, as Covid-19 hits, they consider the problem of disposable face masks. Show more
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