Dion follows progress at a terrace in Crewe and revisits a three-storey conversion in the West Midlands that he first saw in 2018. Martel finds that a terrace in Hull has been overrun by ivy. Show more
Charlie Ross heads to Southwell in Nottinghamshire with experts Mark Stacey and Steph Connell and today's red and blue teams. Show more
The Roadshow returns to Woodhorn Museum in Northumberland, a former colliery that tells the story of coal mining and the miners’ way of life in the north east of England. Show more
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Jo Coburn's guests are Conservative MP Mark Harper, Labour MP Clive Lewis, Helen Pidd of the Guardian and GB News presenter Inaya Folarin Iman.
Highlights and analysis from round 13 of the Super League season, presented by Tanya Arnold. The game of the round sees the champions St Helens make the short trip to Warrington. Show more
TV chef James Martin shares recipes made with the help of store cupboard staples, including a cheat's tomato soup with basil made from tinned tomatoes. Show more
Chris Bavin meets a group of Lincolnshire Bloomers who are determined to put the 'Great' back into Great Grimsby, and win gold by cleaning up a deprived area. Show more
Barristers Sasha Wass and Jeremy Dein investigate whether a wealthy female tenant was poisoned by her landlord, to whom she had signed over her assets just before her death. Show more
The four remaining designers are challenged to transform two restaurants in Hebden Bridge. Show more
Antiques series. Featuring a collection of previously unseen finds from the show's travels around Britain, with items including a pair of art deco Lalique vases. Show more
Maisie Adam, Rory Bremner, James Cracknell and Michelle Gayle test their general knowledge skills on this week's House of Games. Show more
Could native beavers be at the park for the first time since before Longleat House was built? And if so, why would they choose a lake populated by sea lions and hippos? Show more
Ahead of Sue Gray's report into parties in government buildings, Laura Kuenssberg investigates what went on under Boris Johnson's roof during lockdown. Show more
Emotions run high at Chelsea as the all-important medals are revealed. Monty Don and Joe Swift bring us highlights of the garden awards, while Carol Klein shares the triumphs of the Pavilion medals. Show more
What started Britain’s century of bloody witch hunts? Lucy Worsley uncovers the story of one supposed witch whose case lit the fuse for the state-sanctioned killing of thousands. Show more
Scott and Ellen meet for coffee to prepare for their first marital counselling session, and Ellen makes a shock announcement.
Scott and Ellen discuss past betrayals, and Ellen explains just how far apart they've grown.
Ellen tells Scott more about her newfound religion, and Scott is left feeling further from her than ever.
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Husband and wife Chris and Rosie are joined by celebrity couple Martin and Shirlie Kemp, and star guests. They ask the question that kick-starts relationship re-evaluations: what's your beef? Show more
Borneo is the richest rainforest island of all, home to 60,000 species of plants and animals. 6,000 of them are unique – and more are discovered almost daily. Show more
The sewers make a pair of high-top trainers for Sports Week. They also create daywear from old netball kits, and they fit a sports jacket inspired by their sporting hero. Show more
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