Charlie Ross heads to Southwell in Nottinghamshire with experts Steph Connell and Mark Stacey and the teams, learning the surprising history behind the humble bar of soap along the way.
Jay Blades and the team restore a leather handbag, a wooden Noah’s Ark and a wartime doll called Mary-Lynn. Show more
The team are at Woodhorn Museum in Northumberland, a former colliery, where treasures include a gold Rolex from the 1980s and FA Cup medals won by a Newcastle United legend.
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Tanya Arnold presents highlights and analysis from round five of the Super League season. Two of the favourites to reach the Grand Final go head to head as St Helens meet Warrington. Show more
Two well-known experts from the world of antiques go head to head over a week of challenges. Eric Knowles goes head to head with Ochuko Ojiri in Villeneuve Les Avignon. Show more
The pub's relaunch is clouded by mixed emotions and strained relationships.
The barristers investigate the brutal murder of a local inn landlady in a sleepy Oxfordshire hamlet. Was this violent attack truly carried out by the 15-year-old boy convicted? Show more
The group travel to India’s largest golden temple to explore Hinduism before taking a night train to Madurai to experience the sights and sounds of the Chithirai festival. Show more
Paul Martin presents from Althorp in Northamptonshire. Items of interest include some advertising memorabilia and a 19th-century silver sewing kit. Show more
Jen Brister, Kelvin Fletcher, Ian Moore and Dr Zoe Williams test their general knowledge skills on this week's House of Games. Show more
Comedian Zoe Lyons hosts the quick-fire quiz where six plucky contestants must stay out of the light to be all right. Can anyone beat the lightning and win the £3,000 jackpot? Show more
Emma’s friends rally around her, but is that what she wants? Winnie drops a bombshell on Luca, and Daniel helps a lovesick student face the truth about his relationship. Show more
Should you meddle with a classic? Nigella thinks that in the case of her crab mac’n’cheese, it’s a must. She also cooks up chocolate cookies, chicken with orzo and a rice-filled dessert. Show more
Four chefs compete for south west England with canapes, starters and fish dishes inspired by 100 years of British broadcasting. Who will be eliminated? Show more
As time ticks on, Martin Kemp and Lady Leshurr know that their bands need to start playing real gigs if they are to stand any chance of performing live at the Isle of Wight Festival. Show more
Bannister must travel to Chelmsford with Thomasine to put on a show trial for the Witchfinder General. Show more
In the second of a series of special programmes broadcast live from key capitals, Newsnight looks at the impact of the war in Ukraine on the world. Show more
An ancient beast escapes and threatens the existence of all vampires everywhere.
The magnificent Darren Harriott introduces Jessica Fostekew and Stephen Bailey to the famous Apollo stage. Show more
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The creator of a mystery puzzle game tries to get past go, and two chocolate-mad entrepreneurs have some sweet delights in store for the Dragons. Show more
The Nazis have lost in Moscow. Hitler and Stalin take charge of their armies - with no-one to hold them back. In Stalin, Hitler has met his match - it's now a fight to the death.
Michael heads north from Newcastle to the former mining town of Lynemouth. Along the way, he visits a work of landform art made from the spoil of a coal mine and learns sea shanties in Blyth. Show more
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