Ross Kemp presents the quiz show where a team of four take on the Bridge of Lies. One by one they must cross the bridge, stepping on the truths and avoiding the lies. Show more
Natasha is in Harrogate with experts Richard Madley and Roo Irvine and the teams. Natasha soaks up the atmosphere of the fair while giving her top tips on how to bag a bargain. Show more
A mother puma must battle rivals, tackle prey nearly three times her size and endure the wild mountain weather of Patagonia in her bid to raise four cubs – her biggest litter yet.
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Chefs Ellis Barrie and Jeremy Pang help vegans Adam and Dan from Hertfordshire create mouthwatering meals in minutes from vegan staples and more exotic produce. 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. Show more
Customers unbox, test and score a mirror and indicator for cyclists, healthy baking mixes and a 3D noticeboard. But only one can win the Customer is Always Right trophy. Show more
Customers unbox, test and score an anti-snoring ring, a pet brush and massager, and a car-cleaning kit. But only one can win the Customer is Always Right trophy. Show more
Big cat expert Giles Clark adopts Maya a jaguar cub and hand raises her at home while raising funds for wild cats. But Maya’s health deteriorates and her life hangs in the balance. Show more
Antiques series. Paul Martin presents from the Bowes Museum at Barnard Castle in County Durham, purpose-built to house the collection of Josephine and John Bowes. Show more
Alex Beresford, Mathew Horne, Martel Maxwell and Chloe Petts test their general knowledge skills on this week's House of Games. Show more
Comedian Zoe Lyons hosts the quickfire 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
Karen meets the new receptionist, Maeve’s concerns rise, and Bear seeks Sid’s advice. A home visit for Ruhma turns out to be a lot more complicated than expected.
Nigel Havers hosts as five dealers bid against each other to buy items brought in by the public including an anatomical spider, a Victorian commode and a signed Live Aid T-shirt. Show more
At the V&A, John Constable’s landscape prints are revealed, Minnie the Minx takes charge and the memento of a royal love affair goes on show. Show more
Paul Gascoigne, an exciting young footballer, finds fame and fortune as he makes his way in the world of professional football, but he faces intense media attention. Show more
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John Simpson gets the latest on reporting on the war in Ukraine from Jeremy Bowen, explores a potential Le Pen French presidency, and looks at the worsening economic situation in Sri Lanka. Show more
Barra Best makes a journey across the 4000 square kilometres of the Foyle river network, criss-crossing his way across the many rivers and streams that make up its great catchment. Show more
Thomas Croft, the artist behind Portraits for NHS Heroes, meets Mark, a former Royal Marine who survived an explosion during a foot patrol in Afghanistan in 2007. Show more
Stanley Tucci returns to Tuscany, his former home, alongside his parents Stan and Joan. Tuscany is the birthplace of the Renaissance and world-class art, architecture and culture. Show more
Romesh visits Sierra Leone, a country with a dark past but great hopes for the future. With musician Gwyn Jay Allen as a guide, he explores its national parks and meets locals living truly off-grid. Show more
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