Dom’s rolling up his sleeves in rural Cumbria, working alongside the vets who ensure that our farm animals and furry friends are healthy, no matter the circumstances. Show more
JJ Chalmers is joined by artist Chloe Kempster and blacksmith Kev Paxton as they try to transform an unwanted writing bureau, some car mechanic ramps and a hardwood coffee table. Show more
Exploring anti-Asian hate crime, deaf people doing jury service, still-life painting and the Deaf Mosaic exhibition. Show more
Mairi and Carole give Beechgrove a spring clean, George is down at his allotment, and Kirsty takes a day out at the beach to go searching for seaweed. Show more
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Jo Coburn is joined by Lord Vaizey, Baroness Smith, Madeline Grant and Paul Mason to discuss the local and national elections and travel and Covid ‘vaccine passports’. Show more
Rob Beckett hosts the quiz show where contestants must decide whether they can win the jackpot alone or need to headhunt other players to supplement their knowledge. Show more
Three pairs of builders go head to head to win jobs. In Urmston, Christine and Jim need a garden overhaul, while in Croydon, Sara wants a new shoe cupboard. Show more
After what happened with Poppy and Arlo, George and Woody still aren’t talking, but Hannah has a radical plan to sort them out. Show more
In Yellowstone National Park, where wolves, bears, coyotes, bison and elk roam vast grasslands, wetlands and forests, Steve Backshall looks for the answer to a puzzle. Show more
As well as coral, the reef is made up of jungle, hundreds of islands, mangrove swamps, mysterious deep-water gardens, vast sand flats and meadows of sea grass. Show more
Jeremy Vine hosts the show where every day a new team of challengers take on probably the greatest quiz team in Britain. Show more
Antiques series. A collection of the best finds from the show's travels, visiting Lulworth Castle, Chiddingstone Castle, Wrest Park and Gloucester Cathedral. Show more
Samira Ahmed, Dom Joly, Angela Rippon and John Robins test their general knowledge skills on this week's House of Games. Show more
Michael’s Bradshaw travels resume in leafy Hertfordshire, where he attempts a canoe slalom course, visits the estate of Dame Barbara Cartland and hears the shocking story of the R101 airship. Show more
Four chefs compete for the North West of England with canapés, starters and fish dishes inspired by British invention and innovation. Show more
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Mobeen Azhar journeys from Los Angeles to Britney’s hometown of Kentwood, untangling the complexities surrounding her controversial conservatorship. Show more
Sandi Toksvig runs the numbers with Colin Lane, Sarah Millican, Noel Fielding and Alan Davies.
The day's important national and international news stories. With Emily Maitlis.
The backlash against Starbuck gets bloody, as does a meeting with the rebel Cylons. An ailing Laura discovers that Baltar’s sermons offer consolation.
Karen Patterson joins two coastal guardians as she gets up close to the creatures tucked away on the sheltered rocky shore at Portaferry. Show more
A 29-year-old tech enthusiast is confident that his clever way of monetising people's personal online data will spark interest with the Dragons. Show more
In Bangladesh and Bhutan, Ade sees the damage that climate change is causing and finds out how we can fight it, and how a whole country can go carbon negative. Show more
Rick Stein meets his good friend, the actor and comedian Barry Humphries, who fell in love with Cornwall in the 1960s when he escaped London to develop his now famous character Dame Edna Everage. Show more
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