Tim and Naomi search the natural world for all things weird. They look at a plague of mice that invaded a farm in Australia and monarchs on a migration to Mexico. Show more
Ed Petrie and his friends swim with manta rays in Indonesia, visit a town totally devoted to taekwondo in South Korea, and more. Show more
Mark and Lauren get the help of experts to design dream dens for children. Needing to go to hospital means Rufus often misses out on the play adventures he loves. Show more
We reveal the winner of the BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year 2020, the BP presenters take on a Christmas pottery challenge, and we check out your post and videos. Show more
Wildlife expert Steve Backshall turns detective to solve CBBC viewers’ animal mysteries. From badgers to bees, Steve explores our deadly woodland animals. Show more
Kadeena Cox, Robbie Savage, Neil Oliver and Jordan Stephens from Rizzle Kicks help design their very own fighting robot to battle it out in the bulletproof Robot Wars arena. Show more
Gareth Malone and Karen Gibson reveal the story of Christmas in Britain from its origins to the banning of the celebration in the 17th century. Show more
Jane Asher brings together two of the nation's favourite things: baking and Christmas. This feast of festive bakes should inspire everyone to get creative this Christmas. Show more
The Hairy Bikers create mouthwatering festive dishes and get into the spirit of the season with special guest Sally Lindsay. Recipes include a pici verde with meatballs and a turkey tortilla soup. Show more
A look back at the life of actress Debbie Reynolds. In a selection of rare interviews, Debbie discusses her favourite film roles and her relationship with daughter Carrie Fisher. Show more
Boisterous adaptation of HG Wells's Kipps, in which a youthful, orphaned and impoverished draper's assistant inherits a fortune and starts climbing the social ladder. Show more
A compilation of classic songs from the Great American Songbook written by brothers George and Ira Gershwin for Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.
The venue for today’s Flog It! is Stockport Town Hall. Paul Martin finds out about the tunnels below the town hall which were used as air raid shelters in World War II. Show more
Using state-of-the-art science, expert analysis and eyewitness accounts, Chris Packham unravels some of the strangest winter stories our planet has to offer. Show more
Recreating festivities from Henry VIII's era, Lucy Worsley dresses, eats, drinks, sings and parties like it is 500 years ago - discovering long-lost traditions as well as familiar customs. Show more
Regional Variations (2)
More businesses face the toughest pitch of their lives. An inventor with a passion for pets hopes the Dragons will come running when he blows his cat whistle. Show more
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Colin Firth and Rachel Weisz star in the story of British amateur sailor Donald Crowhurst, who attempted to circumnavigate the world solo in 1969 and whose controversial voyage ended in tragedy.
Chicago, 1920s: During the Prohibition era, federal agent Eliot Ness assembles a small, hand-picked team to bring down notorious gangster Al Capone. Award winning film starring Sean Connery.
BBC One joins the BBC's rolling news channel for a night of news.
Liege, Belgium. A promising doctor becomes obsessed with the death of a young woman when she learns that the stranger died after ringing her doorbell for help. Show more
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