Sonali Shah finds out whether one couple succeeded in creating their own back-garden pub, and in Herefordshire she looks around a stunning renovation of a house from the 1700s. Show more
Sarah Moore enlists designer Rupert Blanchard to give new life to a dressing table. Meanwhile, Sarah gets creative with an old suitcase. Show more
In the final programme from Longmeadow this year, Monty harvests his pumpkins, plants bulbs in a pot and has plenty of jobs we can be getting on with over the coming weeks. Show more
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Jo Coburn and guests discuss the prospects of a coronavirus vaccine, and the Government’s Brexit bill defeat in the House of Lords. Show more
Len Goodman takes broadcaster, columnist and avid campaigner Fiona Phillips back to the beautiful Norfolk Broads to relive her teenage holiday from 1975. Show more
Woody and George’s secret operation is now a team effort and Shaun thinks he has invented the perfect cover for Woody to make a trip to Australia without Tracy finding out the truth. Show more
Nine potters return to Stoke-on-Trent for more tests of their skills and creativity, all aiming to be named top potter. This week they must make a decorative hand basin. Show more
Series following British tiger expert Giles Clark as he hand rears Sumatran tiger cubs at home. The cubs struggle through their first crucial weeks. Show more
The Flog it! experts visit The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, Croombe in South Worcestershire, Crowcombe Court in Somerset and Bletchley Park. Show more
Steve Backshall, Catherine Bohart, Dr Ranj Singh and Meera Syal test their general knowledge skills on this week's House of Games. Show more
Celebrities hunt for antiques across the UK. Stars of stage and screen John Partridge and Anita Harris road trip around Lancashire and Yorkshire. Show more
The RNLI volunteers race against time to try and save three people in the water in the Bristol Channel, a father and son trapped against a cliff face and a badly injured sailor. Show more
In a selection of highlights from recent series of QI, Sandi Toksvig, Alan Davies and their guests take a scalpel to the subject of anatomy.
Five graduates join Pierpoint, the world’s most pre-eminent financial institution, hoping to make their mark on the world. But for one of them, it all proves too much. Show more
Sara is persuaded to go on a date. Carol is happily back with her awful ex, and Sara tries to repair the damage she did to Marie.
Paul Murton visits some of the most beautiful and remote spots in Britain. In this programme he experiences puffin therapy on the Treshnish Islands.
As Wales decides to scrap summer exams, should England follow suit? Was it right to commemorate feminist philosopher Mary Wollstonecraft with a naked female form? Emma Barnett presents. Show more
Harry gets his teeth into the history of cookery programmes as he lifts the lid on how these shows are made. Watching a cookery show will never be the same again. Show more
Trump survives impeachment, but the Covid-19 virus hits America, riots break out on the streets and the economy faces trouble as Trump holds firm to his unique style of leadership. Show more
Kent Police officers risk their lives to rescue an individual trapped on a cliff face, and how man’s best friend came to play an essential role in British policing. Show more
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