Karen and Colin have £6,000 to turn their oddly shaped, overlooked, weed-filled garden in Romsey into an Italian retreat. Can Charlie and the Rich brothers do it? Show more
Jay Blades and the team tackle a bus conductor’s ticket machine, a Victorian automaton and a former world champion’s kick-boxing trophy. Show more
A young farming couple take on a huge gamble, new entrant farmers hatch baby ostriches, and a seasoned shepherdess competes in the English National Sheepdog trials. Show more
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Jo Coburn is joined by James Cleverly MP, Louise Haigh MP and journalists George Parker and Katy Balls to discuss new coronavirus restrictions, the latest on the Brexit talks, and PMQs. Show more
Susan Calman hosts the quiz show where contestants compete for the cash prize. Who will rise to the top and see off their challengers? Show more
Paul Martin teaches two antiques lovers the tricks of the trade and turns them into successful antiques dealers. Today, in Liverpool, hairdresser Sarah faces off against civil servant Marika. Show more
Classic documentary-style account of the trials of a British warship during World War II. A captain is haunted by the loss of his past vessel and seeks revenge.
Series marking the 75th anniversary of the Blitz. Myleene Klass goes back to her home county of Norfolk to look into the story of the Baedeker Blitz on Norwich. Show more
This episode revisits some of the locations from the series, with never-seen-before valuations. Paul Martin discovers a hidden pocket of Cornwall. Show more
Richard Osman presents as Dev Griffin, Alex Horne, Debbie McGee and June Sarpong face more games. Show more
A poultry farmer hopes to attract attention to her new egg products, and some gin producers aim to impress potential buyers with their wares. Show more
Mary heads back to the city where she learnt to cook - Paris, a city that lives and breathes food. Mary makes some of her own irresistible dishes inspired by this wonderful city. Show more
Nadiya shares her favourite classic bakes with a twist. From a sunny mango and coconut sponge to a toad in the hole with a spicy Asian kick, these recipes will make you smile. Show more
Lydia Quigley is forced to move her girls to the establishment of her old ally Mrs May.
Blayne is shocked that Isabella has invited both her and Mrs Quigley to his card party.
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At a consultation event, Anne and Donna learn a tower block is proposed near their homes. Donna's elderly father is desperate to know how long they will be able to live in their home. Show more
Kirsty Wark follows the trial of former first minister Alex Salmond from day one until his acquittal in March, when he emerges from Edinburgh’s High Court cleared of 14 charges of sexual misconduct. Show more
Nick Knowles challenges three artists to make something amazing for the 850th anniversary of a Scottish castle. Show more
Barristers Jeremy Dein and Sasha Wass re-examine their oldest case yet - the murder of a military veteran by his estranged wife nearly 200 years ago. Show more
Barristers Sasha Wass and Jeremy Dein re-examine an infamous case of a Dorset housewife accused of murdering her young husband. Show more
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