Highlights of programmes on BBC Two.
The Olympic action continues thick and fast, with the thrills and spills of the men’s snowboard cross and the twists and turns of the men’s alpine skiing combined event. Show more
Lucy Alexander is joined by three entrepreneurs to watch customers test and score a dog training toy, vegan nail varnish and a t-shirt for kids that can be coloured in with soluble pens. Show more
Lynn Walters loves Australia so much she even called her daughter Matilda. But did she succeed in selling husband Owen on her dream of waltzing off to Oz? Show more
Featuring a three-bedroom semi on a corner plot in Romford in Essex, a large four-bedroom terrace with period features in Liverpool and a former bank in Nuneaton in Warwickshire. Show more
Caroline Hawley and Raj Bisram keep the teams in check at the Detling antiques fair, while Natasha Raskin Sharp visits a Kent farm to lend a hand with the hop harvest. Show more
Jo Coburn is joined by Matt Warman MP, Carla Denyer, Natalie Fahy and John Stevens to discuss Ukraine, the Metropolitan Police, and the investigation into lockdown parties in Downing Street. Show more
More action from Beijing, including the entertaining luge team relay, the men’s figure skating, the women’s freestyle skiing halfpipe final and the men’s snowboard cross final. Show more
JJ Chalmers introduces action and analysis from day six, including men's figure skating where USA's Nathan Chen and Yuzuru Hanyu of Japan go head-to-head. 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 travels from Alnmouth to Bamburgh Castle, an icon of Northumberland. Along the way, he takes to the waves in a traditional skiff and discover a fascinating map which charts shipwrecks. Show more
Clare Balding and studio guests take a look at what’s been happening on day six of the Winter Olympics, with today’s eight golds including the men’s figure skating and snowboard cross.
Guest judge Sue Cleaver helps decide the north west England winner with the new judging panel. Both chefs have dishes celebrating iconic TV and radio shows. Show more
Mary Beard explores how art and artists challenge viewers to confront ideas and opinions which, for all sorts of reasons, we would rather not face up to. Show more
Tom Allen is joined by a panel of experts and celebrity fans to analyse this week's task and meet the latest candidate to be fired. Find out more at bbc.co.uk/apprentice or by using #TheApprentice
The day's important national and international news stories. With Christian Fraser.
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
As Nilsen’s crimes are discovered, the truth about his victims reveals prejudice and multiple missed opportunities to catch a murderous predator.
Rookie farmers Kelvin Fletcher and his wife Liz buy their first livestock – a flock of rare breed sheep. They set out to shear them and sell the fleeces, but nothing goes to plan. Show more
Rick discovers how the Cornish landscape influenced Turner, counts the daily catch with an auctioneer at Newlyn Fish Market, and learns about Caerhays Castle's link to Victorian plant hunters. Show more
Megan McCubbin takes a look inside an egret roost after dark, revealing a world we rarely get to see. On the Isle of Mull, Iolo Williams is still hoping to spot a golden eagle. Show more
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