A returning patient wreaks havoc for Jac, and Sacha fears for his daughter while Jodie is on the loose.
Highlights of programmes on BBC Two.
Two Scottish farming families hope to make healthy sales at the Bowhouse market in Fife: Robert and Jane, with their dairy produce, and the Bruce family with their spirits and liquors. Show more
A unique celebration of one of Earth's most iconic birds, featuring all 18 species in footage from New Zealand, Cape Town, the Galapagos Islands and Antarctica. Show more
BBC Parliament's programme looking back at the week in Westminster, presented by Alicia McCarthy.
Monday is Muscle Movers, where Mark Wright shows us exercises designed to get muscles moving. Show more
The latest headlines, breaking news and sport from the BBC newsroom.
Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break.
Jo Coburn is joined by Richard Holden MP, Barry Gardiner MP, Jamie Njoku-Goodwin and Anoosh Chakelian to discuss quarantining those arriving in the country, and the future of music festivals. Show more
Daily magazine show. Topics include positive and negative numbers and forms of writing.
David Olusoga explores the relationship between Britain and people whose origins lie in Africa. David uncovers a history that is as surprising as it is revealing. Show more
This month's Lifeline appeal is on behalf of Ovarian Cancer Action, a charity campaigning to increase awareness and fund scientific research into the disease.
David Attenborough examines how living long enough to breed is a monumental struggle, and how many animals and plants go to extremes to give themselves a chance. Show more
Documentary series following a group of meerkats. The Whiskers settle into new territory, but the neighbours are not friendly and the burrow is in danger. Show more
Antiques series. Some of the most interesting finds from the show's travels, including the Milestones Museum in Basingstoke and the National Maritime Museum Cornwall. Show more
The quiz in which contestants try to score as few points as possible by plumbing the depths of their general knowledge to come up with the answers no-one else could think of. Show more
Raj Bisram, Josie Lawrence, Mark Watson and Laura Whitmore test their general knowledge skills on this week's House of Games. Show more
Comedian Zoe Lyons hosts the quickfire quiz where six plucky contestants must stay out of the light to be alright. Can anyone beat the lightning and win the £3,000 jackpot? Show more
The gang are fighting temptation so Tom invents tasty treats which won't wreck their diets. And Adam has exercises to help Manny with his diabetes and Chris with his arthritis. Show more
In another heat of the classic quiz, four more contenders brave the black chair and answer questions on the mammals of the British Isles, Friends, Damien Hirst and Wimbledon. Show more
Victoria Coren Mitchell hosts the series where knowledge will only take you so far. The Polyhymnians take on the Severns in a last chance to stay in the tournament. Show more
The quarter-finals continue, with two more teams doing battle to reach the next stage in the competition.
Jeremy Paxman asks the questions.
As the global market for crab grows, Padstow becomes a boomtown. However, lockdown threatens the gold rush, and concerns start to be raised about overfishing. Show more
The day's important national and international news stories. With Emily Maitlis.
Sacrifices must be made as hope of escaping New Caprica is met by a threat of utter destruction.
As the number of people who have died with coronavirus reaches 100,000 in the UK, BBC Panorama tells the stories of some of those who have lost their lives. Show more
In the Chilterns, Matt Baker learns the ancient art of bodging, and Joe Crowley investigates if large-scale schemes such as HS2 tally with the government’s pledge to go green. Show more
Winterwatch is back for two weeks! The days are short and the nights are long, but there is magic to be found in winter. The team invite you to join them for an exploration of wonderful wildlife. Show more
How a distinctive hat is the red flag to cracking a web of stolen bank cards; and one text message puts a stalker behind bars for the longest sentence in a police force’s history. Show more
Highlights of programmes on BBC Two.