British families are given a look at life in Australia or New Zealand. Lynne wants a move to Australia back on the family agenda, but her husband Alan is not convinced. Show more
The Shrewsbury Food Festival plays host to farmer Sam and the family-run Kerry Vale Vineyard, as they try to sell out of their rare breed pork and English wine. Show more
The Antiques Roadshow looks back at some favourite finds from the past 40 years while a selection of experts reveal what happened next to some memorable items. Show more
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As the UK faces growing shortages of some common medicines, Chloe Tilley speaks to a pharmacist about why he can't get hold of enough supplies for his customers. Show more
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Jo Coburn is joined by the Spectator's Fraser Nelson, Grace Blakeley from the New Statesman, the Guardian's Jessica Elgot and Anne McElvoy from the Economist. Show more
Jason Mohammad introduces live coverage from the third quarter-final in this year's Masters, where a total prize fund of £600,000 is up for grabs.
Looking at the mark made by the people who once ruled much of Scotland, the Picts, and why Catterline was so important to painter Joan Eardley. Show more
Paul Martin presents from Crowcombe Court in west Somerset, with antiques experts James Lewis and Thomas Plant. Items include Derby porcelain and an amber necklace. Show more
Jeremy Vine hosts the show where every day a new team of challengers take on what is probably the greatest quiz team in Britain, made up of some of the country's top quizzers.
Michael Portillo explores the Province of Quebec. Michael visits the waterfall at Montmorency - a spectacular sight, especially from a zip wire! Show more
The fourth quarter-final gets underway at Alexandra Palace. Hazel Irvine introduces live coverage from the opening frames.
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John Humphrys tests four more contenders. The subjects are Albert Einstein, MC Beaton's Hamish Macbeth novels, Sir Joseph Paxton and the Egyptian Pharaoh Akhenaten. Show more
Paul Murton takes a tour of Scotland's lochs. At the Kyle of Tongue, he learns about some Jacobite gold that could have changed history. Show more
Modern crafters move in to a Victorian arts and crafts commune. This week, the crafters restore the master bedroom to all its Arts & Crafts glory. Show more
Quiz show. Sandi Toksvig looks at a pot pourri of topics with Phill Jupitus, Cally Beaton, Rhod Gilbert and Alan Davies. Show more
On Monday we may get the Plan B for Brexit? What might it be? And the Donald Trump inquiry heats up.
Topical weekly discussion show. Mary Beard and her panel of guests - David Olusoga, Shahidha Bari and Simon Jenkins - discuss whether we can ever agree on the meaning of beauty. Show more
Highlights from Alexandra Palace as the quarter-final stages reach their conclusion.
Jason Mohammad presents highlights from Friday afternoon's best-of-11-frames quarter-final.
Reporter Tina Daheley lifts the lid on the secrets of the takeaway industry, investigating how planning laws are being subverted and food safety legislation flouted by producers. Show more
Artist Tracey Emin talks to Alan Yentob about her life, from her troubled early years in Margate to a series of breakthroughs in the 1990s. Show more