A fake cheque leads Linda to question whether her online partner’s motives are romantic or financial. Show more
Monty and the team look back at some of the floral highlights of 2020. It’s a celebration of some of the star flowers of our gardens, from tulips and roses to salvias and dahlias. Show more
BBC Parliament's programme looking back at the week in Westminster with Alicia McCarthy.
Exercising with Mark Wright today is singer-songwriter and footballer Chelcee Grimes.
The latest headlines, breaking news and sport from the BBC newsroom.
Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break.
Jo Coburn is joined by Conor Burns MP, Rosie Duffield MP, Zing Tsjeng from Vice UK and The Telegraph's Madeline Grant. Show more
Reflections in Maths, the Suffragettes and Jodie Kidd reading Journey to the River Sea.
Sensory language, plus Dina Asher-Smith reading Noughts and Crosses by Malorie Blackman.
The Suffragettes, enlargement of shapes and writing techniques, plus a new Big Read.
Drama documentary series. Dan Snow explores the political intrigues and family betrayals between Vikings, Anglo-Saxons and Normans that led to war and the Battle of Hastings. Show more
The Robshaw family travel back in time to the turn of the 20th century, to discover how the food we ate and the way we ate it helped shape the modern family. Show more
Homeowners open their door to five neighbours in the hope of being judged to have the best house in town. Three properties in York compete to be chosen for the Friday final. Show more
Chris Packham explores what makes animal groups successful. He looks at how the penguin's legs, wings and body shape have allowed it to adapt to a range of environments. Show more
A collection of previously unseen finds from Flog It's travels - visiting Margam Country Park in Wales, Highcliffe Castle in Dorset and Powderham Castle in Devon. Show more
Mina Anwar, Glenn Moore, Kiri Pritchard-McLean and Shaun Williamson test their general knowledge skills on this week's House of Games. Show more
Simon and the team are in the dramatic Black Mountains of Wales with Alex and Laura to help a tiny house on wheels reach full potential. Show more
Mary Berry shares inspiring everyday dishes full of wholesome goodness, from her secret tip for a rich bolognese to a heartwarming soup. Show more
John Humphrys presents the classic quiz where contenders take the black chair. Specialist subjects are the Russian Revolution, King Crimson, The Hunger Games and George Orwell. Show more
Victoria Coren Mitchell hosts the series where knowledge will only take you so far. Two teams compete in the first of the semi-finals. Show more
The quarter-finals continue tonight as two more teams do battle to reach the next stage in the competition. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions.
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The story of the 1970 Miss World contest, when protestors dramatically disrupted the event, kickstarting a feminist revolution in front of an audience of millions. Show more
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In this episode, we go behind the scenes at the Irish Army Equitation School, weave baskets, herd sheep, dig veg and finish off with some cake. Show more
Presenter Diarmuid Gavin uses cottage garden planting to help transform a problem garden in a beautiful location in rural Wicklow.
Harry Hill reveals how prehistoric man might have lived on a lonely island - from what he did for food and entertainment through to an unlikely fight.
The day's important national and international news stories. With Emily Maitlis.
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Nicola McCarthy presents highlights from the latest round of league matches in the Irish Premiership.
Sara Pascoe welcomes an all-female line-up to the stage in celebration of International Women's Day. Joining her on the stage are top comics Joanne McNally, Thanyia Moore and Rosie Jones. Show more
A look at the game of road bowls, brought to Ireland by Lancashire linen weavers, which is enjoying a strong revival in Armagh and is now played by hundreds of people. Show more
Anita Rani is taken on an enchanting tour of one of London’s 'magnificent seven' cemeteries, and Tom Heap looks at a controversial decision that allows UK farmers to use a banned pesticide. Show more
Mary Beard talks to cultural creatives who make other worlds for our exploration and delight, including Booker Prize winner Marlon James and the Lyceum's artistic director, David Greig. Show more
When a man is murdered for no apparent reason by a guest at a party, it’s down to traditional and digital forensics to identify a suspect and bring them to justice. Show more
Tina met Andrew via an online dating site, but his unusual stories of incarceration don’t add up. Show more
Highlights of programmes on BBC Two.