Highlights of programmes on BBC Two.
The action in Beijing continues, offering medals on both snow and ice in the shape of the snowboard parallel giant slalom finals and the mixed doubles curling. Show more
Lucy Alexander is joined by three entrepreneurs to watch customers test and score a weighted blanket, an affordable car-cleaning solution and a quick and easy vegan baking tool. Show more
Catching up with Gentle Spenceley, who wanted to move her family to her native New Zealand in 2014. Husband Phil was sceptical, so did Gentle get her way? Show more
Featuring a large terraced house in Earlsfield in London, ancient woodland in Eythorne in Kent and a building housing six flats in Tonypandy in Wales. Show more
Eric Knowles presents from the Royal Welsh Showground in Builth Wells, with experts Caroline Hawley and Raj Bisram. Eric also learns about a traditional Welsh love token. Show more
Jo Coburn is joined by the SNP's David Linden, former justice secretary Robert Buckland, Labour MP Shabana Mahmood and Baroness Fox to discuss the state of the political parties. Show more
Featuring the mixed doubles curling final and the concluding runs of the women’s luge, plus highlights from earlier today including the men’s singles figure skating. Show more
Action, reaction and analysis from the fourth day of Beijing 2022, including highlights of the men's short programme figure skating and the women's ice hockey. Show more
Angela Barnes, Melvin Odoom, Greg Rutherford and Denise Van Outen test their general knowledge skills on this week's House of Games. Show more
Michael heads north from Newcastle to the former mining town of Lynemouth. Along the way, he visits a work of landform art made from the spoil of a coal mine and learns sea shanties in Blyth. Show more
Clare Balding and guests look back at what’s been happening in today in Beijing, where there were 10 gold medals up for grabs, including in alpine skiing, snowboarding and curling. Show more
Four chefs compete for north west England with canapes, starters and fish dishes inspired by 100 years of British broadcasting. Who will be eliminated? Show more
BBC medical editor Fergus Walsh examines the extraordinary ambition behind the Oxford-AstraZeneca Covid jab. Intended as a vaccine for the world, did politics get in its way? Show more
Toast is looking forward to being on the set of the new Star Wars movie, but things soon become complicated when he is kidnapped by two inept criminals.
The day's important national and international news stories. With Kirsty Wark.
The Dragons question the expansion plans of an escape room business run by two brothers, and a former international tax lawyer offers a
bite-sized portion of her at-home teeth whitening business. Show more
Rick goes on a tour around the beautiful Camel Estuary, visits his long-time fish supplier Matthew Stevens and examines the impact of second home ownership on Cornwall with actor Ed Rowe. Show more
The team investigate the unstoppable rise of the villa rental scams catching out unwary customers, and travel guru Simon Calder goes west with his guide to a trip along the USA's legendary Route 66. Show more
The perils of booking online as experienced by a stag party left with nowhere to stay, and Simon Calder gives us his guide to a magical break on the River Fowey in Cornwall. Show more
Desert plants spend decades in suspended animation waiting for rain, or they travel to find it. They survive using weapons, camouflage and surprising alliances with animals. Show more
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