Eric Knowles visits Ardingly in Sussex, where experts Raj Bisram and Nick Hall join the teams as they search for the best items to sell at auction. Show more
With their current townhouse bursting at the seams, today’s couple - along with their five children and two dogs - need Ginny Buckley's help to find a large rural property. Show more
Fiona and the team visit the Ulster Folk Museum near Belfast, where treasures include stained glass, teacups from a luxury ocean liner and an unusual piece of medical history. Show more
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Ben Wright’s guests are Laura Trott MP, Stewart McDonald MP, former Downing Street press secretary Alastair Campbell and former Conservative government adviser Salma Shah. Show more
Highlights from round four as twelve teams continue their quest to be crowned champions. St Helens made an impressive start to their title defence. They’ll be looking for another win at Hull KR. Show more
Kate Bliss takes on Caroline Hawley at an auction house in Kent. They show no mercy as they end up going head to head over the same lots. Show more
Mich’s demands pain grandpa Bruce, Kam mistrusts Ash’s assurances, and Claudia lays down rules for Pav.
Jeremy Dein and Sasha Wass re-investigate an alleged false confession that led to the hanging of William Burtoft for the murder of Frances Levin in Manchester in 1933. Show more
Neil Oliver uncovers Britain's ancient landscape of belief and ritual, searching for Bronze and Iron Age sites that were sacred to ancient Britons. Show more
The team visits the home of the Spencer family, Althorp in Northamptonshire. Antiques experts Charles Hanson and Will Axon find treasures to take to auction. Show more
Jennie McAlpine, Ugo Monye, Joe Pasquale and Felicity Ward test their general knowledge skills on this week's House of Games. Show more
Marcus brings in new apple trees to the orchard and cooks his favourite dessert, tarte Tatin. Show more
Daniel and Zara try a new approach, but has Emma had enough? Meanwhile, it is Al’s first day at Sutton Vale, but what will the patients and staff make of him?
Nigella bakes a fluffy, white, no-knead bread, which she uses to sandwich her crispy fried chicken, accompanied by pickles and kimchi. Show more
Four chefs compete for Yorkshire and north east England with canapes, starters and fish dishes inspired by 100 years of British broadcasting. Who will be eliminated? Show more
The two bands come together to rehearse for the first time, and while Martin Kemp and Lady Leshurr love their band members individually, hearing them play together is a very different experience. Show more
A failing witchfinder arrives in an East Anglian village in search of work. Desperate for wealth and fame, all he finds is an uncouth local woman accused of killing a pig. Show more
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1950s London. Temperamental top-flight dressmaker Reynolds Woodcock meets a new muse, Alma, and embarks on his usual, cyclical relationship style – but she is determined to disturb his routine.
An entrepreneur unveils a device intended to prevent medical emergencies that was born out of a brush with death. Show more
At the peak of his power, Hitler now faces fellow ruthless dictator Stalin. He tries to deceive Stalin with a plan to invade Britain, all while preparing an attack on the Soviet Union.
The stunning scenery of Scotland’s east coast continues to delight Michael Portillo as he travels by train around the Moray Firth. Show more
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