Barristers Jeremy and Sasha revisit a rural case of murder and moonlighting in Ireland in 1894 and discover that the convicted man’s relatives are hoping for an official pardon. Show more
Nick Knowles challenges three talented artists to create beautiful artwork for people they've never met. Show more
Culinary competition. The fourth and final spot on the banquet menu is awarded and there is a surprising announcement for the chefs who have made it through. Show more
BBC Parliament's programme looking back at the week in Westminster.
In-depth discussion and analysis as well as breaking news.
An exclusive report on an autistic teenager who was put in a school isolation booth 245 times and is calling for them to be banned. Show more
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Susan Calman hosts the quiz show of tactics, knowledge and nerve. Contestants must work as a team, but ultimately there can only be one Boss. Who will walk away with the money? Show more
Historical cooking show. A British family experiences 1950s life, including a diet of dried eggs, dripping and liver prepared in a basic kitchen. Presented by Giles Coren. Show more
Series following a family who moved to Kenya to run a safari camp. Cheeky monkeys are taking over the camp. Frank and David set off to help a bull elephant. Show more
Series following a family who moved to Kenya to run a safari camp. Saba and the team watch over elephant mothers about to give birth. Show more
Following the restoration of historic properties. Dave Myers visits Pontefract Castle to help builders restore the remains for future generations. Show more
Following the restoration of historic properties. Dave Myers is in Roker, Sunderland, to help restore an iconic structure - Roker Lighthouse and its 600-metre pier. 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.
Antiques series. Paul Martin presents a collection of the best finds from the show's travels round the country and goes on a tour of the Library of Birmingham. Show more
Richard Osman hosts as actress Beattie Edmondson, journalist Amol Rajan, presenter Gaby Roslin and comedian Hugh Dennis test their general knowledge skills. Show more
Behind the scenes at the UK's most remote hospital, the Gilbert Bain in Shetland.
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David Attenborough investigates two shells that have proved to be winners in evolution: the tortoise's shell and the shells of birds' eggs. Show more
Victoria Coren Mitchell hosts the second semi-final in the series where knowledge will only take you so far. Show more
In the last of the semis and the penultimate match in the series, find out which team gains a place in the grand final of the quiz for students. Show more
Mary is given an access-all-areas pass at Heathrow airport to see what is needed to keep one of the busiest airports in the world fed and running smoothly. Show more
Tracing the residents from the 1880s to 1900s, David discovers a family torn apart by catastrophe. The house becomes a refuge for destitute street girls, and hosts a seance. Show more
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Aoife Ní Chaiside meets football and camogie dual star Rena Buckley, and discusses the values at the heart of team sports. Show more
Newsnight looks at the threat of far right extremism and asks if the threat is taken seriously enough. Plus the latest from Notre Dame. Show more
The series returns to the operating theatres of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham. A neurosurgeon has to wake his patient up during an operation to remove his brain tumour. Show more
Presented by Emilia Fox and Professor David Wilson, this documentary casts new light on the Jack the Ripper case, identifying another victim and naming the killer. Show more
Matt Baker, John Craven and Margherita Taylor mark the 70th anniversary of the creation of our national parks. Show more
Highlights of programmes on BBC Two.