Mum Thandi wanted to convince her family that their future lay in New Zealand. Two years since their trial week, have the Hagos family swapped south London for down under? Show more
Mike and grandson Jan prepare for Petersfield market, hoping to sell their cheeses and home-grown veg alongside Phil and Sue, selling their 100-year-old secret-recipe sausages. Show more
Nigella shares her go-to celebratory cake - a divine, layered chocolate and peanut butter cake that will make even die-hard haters of peanut butter relent. Show more
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Jo Coburn is joined by MP Tom Tugendhat, Baroness Chakrabarti, The Economist’s Anne McElvoy and pollster Deborah Mattinson to discuss Joe Biden’s inauguration as 46th president of the United States. Show more
Wellbeing Wednesday with Katie Thistleton.
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Documentary series. Dr Hannah Fry explores a paradox at the heart of modern maths, and what maths reveals about the fundamental building blocks of the universe. Show more
Live coverage of the most prestigious tournament in world indoor bowls.
The quiz in which contestants try to score as few points as possible by plumbing the depths of their general knowledge to come up with the answers no-one else could think of. Show more
Maisie Adam, Rory Bremner, James Cracknell and Michelle Gayle test their general knowledge skills on this week's House of Games. Show more
Rick is at Tintagel in Cornwall, the birthplace of the tale of King Arthur. Later, he explores the role of Methodism in Cornish history and meets a family who grow saffron. Show more
The Arderns continue their time-travelling journey in the 20s, 30s and 40s. From Izal loo roll to powdered eggs, they learn how life behind the counter reflects 30 years of change. Show more
In this episode, Winterwatch concentrates on the superpowers that some of our wildlife has developed in order to survive this harshest of seasons. Show more
A film about the routine aggression and abuse faced by disabled people in today's Britain, from verbal name-calling to violent physical attacks. Featuring a wide range of testimony from survivors. Show more
The year the teens take over and 80s new pop is born with Depeche Mode, Human League, Kim Wilde and Duran Duran debuting, while Ultravox and Visage master the art of pop videos. Show more
The day's important news stories. With Emily Maitlis.
Cerrie Burnell uncovers the shocking story of how disabled people in Britain were shut out of society for decades – and how they fought back. Show more
Highlights of the most prestigious tournament in world indoor bowls.
Sara Pascoe travels to Finland, where the changing climate is affecting traditional workers. Sara tries her hand at ice carving, tree felling and being Santa’s elf in Lapland. Show more
A look at how without volcanoes, there would be no life on Earth. Although destructive, magma from the planet’s molten core builds land, and mineral-rich ash from eruptions fertilises the surface.
A scribbled name in a discarded notebook is the key to putting a dangerous driver behind bars, and the serial numbers on stolen bank notes crack the mystery of a dangerous gang. Show more
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