Dom works as a roadside mechanic, finding out what it takes to keep the UK’s motorists moving. Can he keep the show on the road, or will he be a spanner in the works? Show more
Charlie Ross is in Sussex, where experts Philip Serrell and Roo Irvine guide the teams around Ardingly Antiques Fair. Show more
Pedicures for goats and horses, and giant popsicles for polar bears – it’s all in a day’s work at Highland Wildlife Park. And the vets at Edinburgh Zoo deal with a zebra with arthritis. Show more
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Jo Coburn is joined by Andrew Bowie, Lord Blunkett, Sienna Rodgers and Isabel Hardman to discuss the aftermath of last Thursday's elections and yesterday's reshuffle in the shadow cabinet. Show more
Mel Giedroyc presents the game show where pairs of contestants go head to head to crack a series of passwords in an attempt to take home £2,500 in cash. Show more
The market crew plan to put on a fashion show with clothes and models drawn from the market itself. Have they been overly ambitious in their thinking? Show more
It’s presidential election day in Weld, all part of Big Mac’s plan to declare it an independent republic - but is there more to Big Mac’s plan than he’s letting on? Show more
Ten top home cooks prepare their ultimate pasta dinners and rustle up a fruit dish before the weakest cooks face judge Angela Hartnett’s tricky eliminator recipe. 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
Roo Irvine and David Harper begin their trip in Lincolnshire, where they find chocolate moulds and opera glasses. Roo takes refuge in a nuclear bunker, and David heads offshore. Show more
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
Former winners Chizzy Akudolu, Miles Jupp, Amol Rajan and Ellie Taylor test their general knowledge skills on this week's champions challenge. Show more
Michael Portillo is in Crewe, a town steeped in railway history and immortalised in Victorian music hall, to investigate the making of the iconic cinema classic The Night Mail during the 1930s. Show more
Nigella Lawson shows how to bring the spirit of Italy into the kitchen and on to the plate. Dishes include a midweek family feast of tagliata and 'eggs in purgatory'. Show more
Sara is joined by comedians Mel Giedroyc and Griff Rhys Jones, Strictly’s reigning champion Oti Mabuse and presenter Rick Edwards. Show more
Charting the story of the creation of the RHS's fifth showcase garden, RHS Bridgewater, with unique access to the team of designers, engineers and gardeners tasked with taking on this huge project. Show more
As a nit pandemic sweeps the school, Julia stands accused of triggering a second wave, so she throws a nit treatment party that brings all the drama (and headlice) to her door. Show more
Pantalone has in an audacious plan to steal a consignment of diamonds worth a tasty £12 million. But he has hired a complete bunch of double-crossing clowns to do it. Show more
Custodian of the lakes Pat Lunny navigates the waterways of Lower Lough Erne, while retired engineers Robert Navan and Mike Kingston search for sunken WWII aircraft. Show more
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As John Craven celebrates 50 years as a BBC presenter, on this – his 1,250th episode of Countryfile - he opens up a treasure trove of memories of some of his favourite parts of Britain. Show more
The story of a community that needed a break and how its football club, exiled for 13 years, was brought back from the dead. Show more
The roadshow comes from the Jetty Museum on the shores of Lake Windermere in the Lake District, where finds include a Cherokee pipe and a unique piece of footballing history. Show more
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