A musical couple from London need Steve Brown’s help to unearth a new home in the Oxfordshire countryside. On the £950,000 shopping list is a detached property with space for a studio. Show more
Tim takes up West Country skittles while Irita spins a good sailing yarn at a historic Somerset twineworks. Both buy pig-themed antiques, but who’ll be trotting home the victor? Show more
Jay Blades and the team restore a banjo, some vintage rollerskates, an elaborate salad bowl and a toy cannon from 1907. Show more
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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
This final episode catches up with some of the biggest characters from the series, and the five golden rules of trading are revealed. Show more
Australian period drama. As Prudence, Delia and Carolyn prepare for what turns out to be a scandalous party in Sydney, Jack decides to confront his nemesis head on. Show more
Four months after the party at Prudence's, Jack has still not spoken with Carolyn, Sarah decides that she must do something to heal their wounds. Show more
Nick Crane heads to the Inner Hebrides in Scotland to attempt a daunting, long-coveted mountaineering challenge on the Isle of Skye - climbing the fearsome Cioch. Show more
The final programme comes from St Abbs in Scotland and looks at whether herring are making a comeback, and there's exploration into the lesser-known British coral reefs. Show more
Jeremy Vine hosts the show where every day a new team of challengers take on what is probably the greatest quiz team in Britain, made up of some of the country's top quizzers.
This edition comes from the RAF Museum in Cosford, Shropshire. Paul Martin visits Dudley to find out about saddlemaking. Show more
Former winners Hugh Dennis, Sarah Greene, Nish Kumar and Holly Walsh test their general knowledge skills on this week's Richard Osman’s House of Games: Champions. Show more
Armed with his interwar copy of Bradshaw’s Guide to the Railways, Michael reaches the Kent seaside resort of Herne Bay, where he learns about a pioneering aviatrix. Show more
Manchester City and England star Lucy Bronze is special guest for the series finale, which features an exclusive chat with Dortmund and England’s Jude Bellingham. Show more
Jools welcomes US musician Annie Clark aka St Vincent, multi-talented actor and musician Johnny Flynn, Bristol-based five-piece Squid and multi-instrumentalist and vocal powerhouse Laura Mvula. Show more
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Even though he is now out on his own, Franklin’s problems keep landing on Leon’s doorstep, and he decides to handle them his own way. Show more
Romesh Ranganathan hosts, with guests comedian Jo Brand and poet Lemn Sissay joining team captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop. Show more
Karen Patterson sets off on a sea safari, taking a closer look at the common and grey seals that inhabit Strangford Lough.
For some, the end of the quest is the final straw as shocking discoveries shake their faith or stir further mysteries.
Opposition to closer cooperation with the Cylons places the disaffected fleet at odds with Adama.
An activist diagnosed with HIV in the 1980s searches for the therapist who gave him hope for the future, and a man shot during the Troubles looks for the nurse who was his ‘angel'. Show more
Michael Portillo strikes out on another series of railway journeys, starting with a tour of the Home Counties and beyond in the city of dreaming spires, Oxford. Show more
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