Highlights of programmes on BBC Two.
Chris Bavin heads to Petworth in West Sussex to meet a group of residents entering Bloom for the first time, who are hoping to get a disconnected community working together. Show more
Monty gets going on a new planting project and gives advice on planting borders. Sue Kent explores Aberglasney Gardens in Wales, while Nick Bailey investigates a disease affecting trees and shrubs. Show more
As more and more of us yearn for a life in the country, Matt Baker and Charlotte Smith roll up their sleeves on a community farm in Herefordshire. Show more
Gardening magazine. In this episode, Kirsty visits the Scottish lavender growers on the banks of Loch Leven. Show more
Topical magazine show with Sean Fletcher and Nina Wadia covering the week’s talking points and exploring the ethical and religious issues of the day. Show more
Matt Tebbutt takes a look back at some of his favourite recipes and best moments from Saturday Kitchen.
There’s more live athletics at Tokyo’s Olympic Stadium, with likely British interest on the track in the semi-finals of the women’s 100m hurdles and men’s 800m. Show more
Anita Manning presents from London’s vibrant Portobello Road in Notting Hill, where the reds and blues scour the market with experts Catherine Southon and Danny Sebastian. Show more
Aled Jones explores the link between faith and food at the Coptic Orthodox Cathedral of Saint George in Hertfordshire and discovers how their Eucharistic bread is specially baked. Show more
Nigel Slater shows that spicy food isn't all about hot chillies. Using a range of everyday spices, Nigel creates tasty dishes that will appeal to everyone. Show more
Isa Guha presents live cricket coverage as the thrilling new Hundred competition continues from Edgbaston with Birmingham Phoenix facing the Trent Rockets. Show more
Paul Martin and his team of experts invite members of the public to bring their antiques to be viewed and valued, with an option to sell at auction.
Chris Packham explores his past as he walks a familiar path in the Hampshire countryside. Chris cut his teeth as a naturalist in this beautiful corner of England. Show more
The crews race to rescue a shark attack victim and two boys being swept far out to sea.
Nihal Arthanayake introduces the men's golf final, team equestrian eventing, and women's singles badminton.
TV director Jamie O’Leary faces eye surgery that could lead to sight loss. He goes on a journey with blind comedian Jamie MacDonald to see how blind artists achieve their vision. Show more
Attempting to right wrongs, EZ tries reconciliation. Miguel and Adelita each seek retribution, and Coco hopes a rescue will work.
Nish Kumar introduces a new wave of Asian comedians. Nish is joined by rising stars of comedy including Ahir Shah, Mawaan Rizwan, Sukh Ojla, Sunil Patel and Mark Silcox. Show more
Nature writer Dara McAnulty is on a search for whooper swans, and the RSPBNI are busy managing habitats on their island nature reserves ready for next year’s breeding season. Show more
After triumphing in Beijing, Britain’s athletes have four years to topple the sporting superpowers at London 2012, as the organisers face a sceptical press and public. Show more
Can Holby City’s new director of improvement turn the hospital around? Can Ange put her personal news aside and prove that she runs a tight ship on AAU?
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