In Rochdale, Dion visits a neglected detached house with some beautiful period features. Martel goes to Hertfordshire to find out just what can be done with a pair of old garages. Show more
With a budget of £2,700, designers Arit Anderson and the Rich brothers battle it out to create an evocative Persian-inspired paradise to remind Mina of her childhood. Show more
Jay Blades and the team restore an ornate piano stool, a vintage car speedometer, a baby’s wicker crib and a royal walking stick with a hidden secret. Show more
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Mel Giedroyc presents the game show where pairs of contestants go head to head to crack a series of passwords in an attempt to take home £2,500 in cash. Show more
Paul Martin teaches people the tricks of the antiques trade. Today, he helps Tracey Crook from Essex and David Jackson from Shropshire. Show more
Creative culinary competition. The chefs honour Wimbledon with their challenging strawberry desserts but only two will make it through to the regional final. Show more
Creative culinary competition. The two remaining chefs try to impress Oliver Peyton, Matthew Fort, Andi Oliver and guest judge Marion Regan. Show more
Chris and Michaela bring the latest dramas from the live nest cameras in Norfolk. Iolo heads to Loch Fleet on Scotland’s east coast, hoping to catch ospreys and otters out fishing. Show more
Lucy Cooke and Colin Stafford-Johnson focus on the UK's cities. Colin travels to Newcastle to meet up with a seabird with a liking for high-rise living. Show more
Following events at Longleat Safari Park. Cheetah cubs have never been born at the park before. How will first-time mum Wilma and first-time keepers cope with the new arrivals? Show more
Live coverage as the best athletes on the planet – including reigning world champion Mutaz Essa Barshim – descend on Doha for the Diamond League. Show more
Andrea McLean, Adil Ray, Rita Simons and Phil Wang test their general knowledge skills and the week's winner is crowned. Show more
Mary’s exploration of the world of arts and culture continues as she asks: why do we have to act our age? And what happens when we don’t? Show more
Iolo tries to see one of the most photogenic birds in the UK: the black-throated diver. Plus live updates from Chris and Michaela in Norfolk – is there any sign of the elusive turtle dove? Show more
Monty gives advice on plants to use for foliage with tropical proportions, Arit Anderson continues investigating the use of peat and Carol Klein explores Oxford Botanic Garden's euphorbias. Show more
Jools welcomes Dublin-born singer songwriter Imelda May, British-Nigerian musician and actor Little Simz, rising Grantham star Holly Humberstone and Scandinavian electro-pop princess Sigrid. Show more
The day's important national and international news stories. With Kirsty Wark.
Drama based on a true story. When young Effie Gray becomes the wife of John Ruskin, it soon becomes apparent that Ruskin regards her as a muse rather than a wife. Show more
Trust is betrayed as a meticulous uprising starts from the heart of Galactica, but hope for a bloodless takeover proves naive.
Pockets of resistance continue to trouble the fleet’s new leaders – but Adama’s fate is sealed.
A Falklands naval veteran tracks down survivors from his squadron, and a migrant to 60s Britain searches for the teachers who helped him overcome childhood racism and xenophobia. Show more
Michael Portillo continues his travels through England's Home Counties at Stoke Mandeville in Buckinghamshire, where he discovers the legacy of a German Jewish doctor who fled the Nazis. Show more
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