Experts Roo Irvine and Angus Ashworth hit the shops of the West Country, looking for treasure. But do the bidders in Exmouth like what they have bought? Show more
Alison and Janice love Australia and want a relaxing, Oz-inspired ‘bolt hole’, complete with cracked earth beach look, water feature, palm trees and fire bowl in their Goring home. Show more
Monty Don adds some ornamental grasses to his borders for late summer impact. Adam Frost discovers a colourful garden in Gloucestershire where hardy, tender and tropical plants jostle for space. Show more
Nadiya shares her favourite go-to recipes she can rely on when she wants to save time in the kitchen, including cheesy French toast, speedy falafel burgers and scrumptious apple pies. Show more
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Chloe Tilley hears from the lawyer representing more than a hundred Thomas Cook employees who claim the company failed to keep them properly informed of its collapse. Show more
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Adam Fleming is live in Westminster at the end of a turbulent week in British politics. She is joined by Sonia Sodha, Brendan O'Neill, Charlotte Pickles and Lara McNeill. Show more
Ore Oduba hosts a high-tension, fast-paced quiz where contestants battle to outrun the Hardball - if it overtakes them, it is game over. Show more
Gabby Logan introduces live day one action from Doha, including the preliminary rounds of the men’s 100m, women’s 800m, men’s long jump and women’s high jump. Show more
John Humphrys presents the quiz. Subjects are the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, Sir Kenny Dalglish, the novels and novellas of Gabriel Garcia Marquez and the films of Christopher Nolan. Show more
This special programme takes a close look at the role that plants and gardening play in mental and physical wellbeing, exploring the idea that gardening is good for you. Show more
This episode follows new cardinals arriving in Rome and tracks the fallout as a sex abuse scandal erupts when Pope Francis visits Ireland. Show more
Sandi Toksvig looks at quacks and quackery with Alan Davies, Claudia Winkleman, Stephen K Amos and Victoria Coren Mitchell.
The Brexit endgame is finely balanced. Who has the stronger hand? How would Brexit affect the union with Scotland? Nish Kumar on the BBC’s race row with its own staff.
Mary Beard and her panel discuss whether today’s satirists are up to the job of lampooning contemporary politics and society. Are politicians fair game for satirists? Show more
Award-winning British drama. A gangster son of Egyptian immigrants discovers a life away from inner-city crime - but can he pull his brother out of the cycle too? Show more
Jason teaches the brigade the art of French classics, using fish from the local lake in order to show the brigade just how far they need to go to beat the French at their own game. Show more
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