Highlights of programmes on BBC Two.
Adam Frost Nick Bailey, Frances Tophill, Carol Klein, Arit Anderson and Rachel de Thame celebrate the joy that the gardening year brings with a selection of brand new stories. Show more
Wildlife cameraman Gordon Buchanan follows a wild polar bear family over three seasons. In Svalbard, Gordon and the team find a polar bear birth den. Show more
Following the nuns and monks at three Benedictine abbeys in England and Ireland as they craft traditional gifts for the upcoming Christmas festivities. Show more
After being persuaded to go on a holiday cooking getaway, ambitious chef and restaurant owner Scarlett is reunited with a rival chef from her past, who offers some lessons in life. Show more
Gordon Buchanan reunites with his white wolf family as they try to raise their pups and prepare for winter. Gordon walks with wolves as they hunt lemmings, musk ox and hares.
Mary Berry teaches three novice cooks delicious festive recipes. With a helping hand from Patrick Grant and Alex Jones, she heads to Leeds Castle for a magical surprise feast. Show more
The Hairy Bakers cook up their favourite festive recipes for families who won't be spending Christmas together: fire-fighters, nurses, police and ambulance crews. Show more
Gregg visits the Woodmansterne card factory in in Watford. It’s one of the largest greeting card companies in the UK, a family business sending out 35 million cards a year. Show more
Michael Portillo heads for the Last Frontier of the United States. At Fairbanks, Michael discovers how gold prospectors liberated precious metal from the soil. Show more
Second World War naval adventure based on the true story of the pursuit of the seemingly unstoppable German battleship Graf Spee. Show more
World War II tale based on a true story. As the Germans move closer to the secret of nuclear fission, saboteurs plot to stop the materials going into production. Show more
Shakespeare comedy. When Marlowe, Kate and the usually awful Robert Greene look to be facing a miserable Christmas in London, Will's heart gets the better of him. Show more
Seasonal comedy special. Christmas Eve, 1850. Ebenezer Blackadder is a decent, kind, generous human being - until he gets a glimpse of his loathsome ancestors.
In the fourth match of the Christmas series for grown-ups, a team of LSE alumni fight it out against alumni from Hertford College, Oxford. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions. Show more
Choirmaster Gareth Malone travels to Blackburn, one of the areas hardest hit by Covid-19, to stage a concert with local musical talent that brings the whole town together. Show more
Gavin Andrews presents a light-hearted look at the latest news, results and talking points around Ulster Rugby’s latest matches in the URC.
Barra Best visits the blanket bog at the foot of the Cuilchagh mountains.
Performances by The Smiths, Duran Duran, Sade, The Weather Girls, Wham!, Bronski Beat, Madonna, Miami Sound Machine, Cyndi Lauper, Frankie Goes to Hollywood and Black Lace. Show more
Bob Harris introduces a concert by superstar Elton John, recorded live at the Hammersmith Odeon.
Coverage of Sir Elton John's performance at Radio 2's Festival in a Day on London's Hyde Park stage on 11 September. Show more
Bob Harris introduces the Kinks in concert at the Rainbow Theatre, London.
Monica and Giles work behind the scenes of a hotel that is all about getting out into Iceland's incredible landscape of volcanoes and glaciers. Show more
Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman host as the three finalists each perform three routines in a bid to be your Strictly Champions. With a guest performance by Ed Sheeran. Show more