Auctioneer Charles Hanson and dealer Ochuko Ojiri visit Liverpool. A Chinese theme motivates the shopping for one expert, while the other has eyes for 1940s cake. Show more
Featuring a four-storey property in Clapham, a two-bed terrace in Barnsley and a 1930s three-bed semi in Crewe. Show more
Chris Packham and stepdaughter Meg McCubbin begin their wildlife-watching road trip with puffins in Pembrokeshire, before taking a canoe to look for otters and find dolphins in Cardigan Bay. Show more
The series begins with Paul and Bob taking a trip to North Uist in the Outer Hebrides to catch fresh sea trout. Show more
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 presents highlights of the week’s proceedings at Westminster, the Scottish and Welsh Parliaments and the Northern Ireland Assembly.
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
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.
Amateur painting competition presented by Mariella Frostrup and Reverend Richard Coles. In the Cotswolds, the artists try to depict nature in all its glory. Show more
US Open champion Emma Raducanu is joined by fellow champions Alfie Hewitt, Gordon Reid and Joe Salisbury as they return to the National Tennis Centre in Roehampton.
Paul Martin teaches two wannabe antiques dealers the tricks of the trade. Today, in Exeter, air traffic controller Paul takes on behavioural safety consultant Keith.
Horticulturist Christine Walkden explores gardens and countryside from a hot air balloon. Christine takes to the skies above Sussex and drops in at West Dean Garden. Show more
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Paul Martin is joined by experts Michael Baggot and Caroline Hawley at Haddon Hall in Derbyshire for another edition of the antiques series. Show more
Ruby Bhogal, Ed Byrne, Ingrid Oliver and Sir Matthew Pinsent test their general knowledge skills on this week's House of Games. Show more
In the final walk of the week, civil servant Paul hosts his hike along the stunning Alnwick coast with a taste of traditional Northumbria. But will it be enough to scoop the prize? Show more
Jermaine Jenas is joined by Jack Fowler, Monki and Timbsy. Leicester’s James Maddison chats to Josh Denzel. Show more
Mary Beard asks why we laugh and explores what laughter can tell us about ourselves, our relationships and the world we live in. Show more
Iolo Williams tracks Wales' rarest and most elusive mammal, the pine marten, and sees ospreys fishing in the Cambrian Mountains of mid-Wales.
It’s the end of the week at the Chelsea Flower Show, and Monty Don and Joe Swift have the honour of revealing the Plant of the Year and the BBC RHS People’s Choice Award winner. Show more
A discovery by Sumner sends Drax into a murderous rage. Cavendish proves crucial in Baxter and Brownlee’s plan. An arctic storm rages and threatens the safety of the ship’s crew.
The day's important national and international news stories. With Faisal Islam.
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By the mid 1990s, the Premier League is growing in stature and a new generation of players are learning to navigate their newfound celebrity status. Show more
Eilidh Barbour presents highlights as old foes Europe and the USA lock horns again on day one of the Ryder Cup at the Whistling Straits course in Wisconsin. Show more
Reporter Rory Carson, himself a former professional player, investigates the system that has produced some of the England team’s brightest stars. Show more
Amy Winehouse’s image is known around the world. But just a handful of iconic shots and private snaps reveal a new story: an extraordinary life through a unique lens. Show more
Highlights of programmes on BBC Two.