Amy and Kiran’s odd-shaped garden is unsuitable for new baby Mia or regular family gatherings. The Rich brothers and Charlie have £5,000 to create a modern, tranquil space. Show more
In the Repair Shop today, the team tackle a faded village war memorial, an iconic 1960s one-armed bandit and a much-loved teddy bear whose lifelong owner recently passed away. Show more
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Highlights from a full midweek round of Super League matches, including one of the biggest games of the season as Wigan take on St Helens. Show more
Paul Martin teaches two wannabe antiques dealers the tricks of the trade. Today, in Nottingham, insurance worker Carol competes against music teacher Jane.
Comedy drama. As one of the only single men in Weld, George is getting a lot of attention from some of the ladies, and things come to a head at Fiona's museum fundraiser. Show more
Sewing competition. Patrick and Esme set the seven remaining sewers the challenge of tackling techniques and garment styles from other cultures and continents. Show more
Gordon Buchanan returns to Kenya to follow baby elephant Wiva and her family in the height of the dry season. The birth of new baby Gawa prompts an extraordinary celebration. Show more
Paul Martin and his team of experts invite members of the public to bring their antiques to be viewed and valued, with an option to sell at auction.
Chris Hollins, Gregg Wallace, Holly Walsh and Charlene White test their general knowledge skills and the week's winner is crowned. Show more
Three passionate young farmers, the next generation of rising talent, battle it out at The Farmers Weekly Awards. Who will be crowned Young Farmer of the Year?
Nigella Lawson shows how cooking can make us feel better and more alive. In this first episode, recipes include a twist on avocado toast with radishes. Show more
Mary talks to Emmy-nominated actor Brian Cox and Bernardine Evaristo, who last year shared the Booker Prize with Margaret Atwood, and discusses how awards shape what art is created. Show more
Vet Cahir is surprised by an unexpected turn of events while helping a pregnant ewe, Nuala amputates a calf’s toe to save its life, and Daisy treats a dog that may have swallowed rat poison. Show more
Jennie treats a giant boil on a cow’s backside, Julie comes face to face with a rare wild animal she’s never seen before, and Terry performs
emergency surgery on the farm. Show more
Monty revels in the early autumn colour in his garden, and in Scotland, Fish, from rock band Marillion, gives a tour of his garden and reveals how it has helped his mental health. Show more
Jools chats to the legendary Robert Plant, who talks him through his musical journey, loves and influences, and Declan McKenna joins Jools in the studio for a special performance of Be An Astronaut. Show more
With Kirsty Wark, discussing how the US election is thrown into turmoil after President Trump and the First Lady test positive for Covid-19.
Baltar is accused of the security breaches that ensured the Cylon victory.
A version of Leoben is interrogated by Starbuck to find the location of a nuclear bomb in the fleet.
Earn has got Al a college gig out of town with Clark County, but he is doing it on the cheap and they are staying in a student's house. When things go wrong it turns into a very strange trip.
In a flashback episode to their childhoods, Earn is embarrassed at school when someone claims his new FUBU t-shirt is a fake, and he calls on his cousin Al for help.
Earn needs to get Al and Darius to a plane, sort out their house move, help Darius get a passport, meet Lottie's teacher and have an honest conversation with Al. Show more
Panorama hears from whistleblowers working inside the government’s new coronavirus tracking system. They reveal chaos, technical problems, confusion and wasted resources. Show more
Journalist Louis Theroux looks back at 25 years of documentaries and explores how America has managed to take our darkest desires and commodify them. Show more
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