A tree surgeon, a sandwich factory supervisor and a zookeeper swap jobs to see which is hardest. Show more
The park sees the formation of its first ever all-female wolf pack, the aardvarks do some work to get dinner, and Jean hears why cockroaches are amazing. Show more
Beginning in historic Orleans, Michael follows his Bradshaw’s guide to the magnificent stained-glass windows of the Cathedral of Sainte-Croix, which tell the story of Joan of Arc. Show more
British families explore the idea of moving to Australia or New Zealand. Having survived tough times, Gavin is convinced a new start down under is what is needed. Show more
Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break.
Susan Calman hosts the quiz show where being in control is everything. Who will emerge as the boss and walk away with the cash?
Kate Humble hosts this quiz show all about the fascinating world of animals. Wildlife buffs Steve Leonard and Miranda Krestovnikoff team up with Lucy Cooke and Chris Packham. Show more
Australian period drama. Douglas's son Matthew explains to Elizabeth why his father refused to acknowledge him as he makes the acquaintance of Anna and Olivia. Show more
A look at some of the BBC's most popular gardening programmes and personalities, presented by Carol Kirkwood. Carol explores subjects that all begin with the letter R.
Exploring how animals effortlessly beat gravity, including a creature that creates sound out of thin air with the world's fastest courtship display. Show more
Chris Packham explores the unexplained, unexpected and unidentifiable. Chris uncovers the cause of some mysterious holes in the Russian tundra and finds an underwater lake. Show more
In Blackburn, Charles Hanson is valuing a rare Eureka clock, Anita Manning is drawn to four oil paintings of the Ribble Valley, and Paul Martin meets up with Michelin-star chef Nigel Haworth. Show more
Angellica Bell, Gyles Brandreth, Scarlett Moffatt and Iain Stirling test their general knowledge skills on this week's House of Games. Show more
Diarmuid Gavin invites us into his garden, encouraging everyone to get gardening together. This week he helps design a garden for Nichola McGregor, in memory of her late partner.
Celebrities hunt for antiques across the UK. Former Holby City actors Tina Hobley and Sharon Maughan traverse the beautiful Cotswold countryside in search of some classy antiques. Show more
This episode features classic routines about sex from Rob Brydon, Sara Pascoe, Dara O Briain, Lou Sanders, Rich Hall, Rosie Jones, Dane Baptiste and more.
It is dinner at Trent Manor, and everyone around the table has a motive for murdering Lord Trent. But who did? Mandy wasn't invited to the manor, so she is off doing something else.
She’s lived a life that's full, she’s travelled each and every highway. And more, much more than this, she did it Mandy. Show more
The dodgy dealing antics of Stuart’s brother Charlie finally catch up with them both.
Squeamish offers his unique take on the countryside, shining a distorted light on ancient customs and modern rural life, from Stonehenge to the rituals of the Druids and May Day festivals to gurning. Show more
The day's important national and international news stories. With Mark Urban.
Paul and Bob take a trip to the River Tweed in Scotland, where they continue their quest to catch a salmon. Show more
Harry explores the world of soap operas, finding the funny where you least expect it. Part how-to guide on making your own soap and part history of soaps on TV, Harry leaves no stone unturned. Show more
In the Repair Shop today, the team tackle a radio that survived Dunkirk, a battered leather gaming case, a grandfather clock with a poignant history and a pair of Viking statues. Show more
The Rev Kate Bottley and broadcaster Ashley John-Baptiste take in the great outdoors as they explore how interacting with nature and the world around us could improve our lives in unexpected ways. Show more
Barristers Sasha Wass and Jeremy Dein reassess the case of a petty criminal who was sentenced to death for murdering a policeman in Essex in 1927. Show more
Highlights of programmes on BBC Two.