Children's drama from Hong Kong. Ka-lok comes bottom of the class all the time. Through flying kites, Ka-lok's Grandpa teaches him how to do better at maths. Show more
Lilly wants to prove herself as a magician in her class talent contest. A mysterious little girl helps Lilly and gives her confidence that she can perform. Show more
Joey dreams of being a successful boxer, and is at the start of his career with his first ever junior fight. Everyone is rooting for him, but he loses and is angry and upset. Show more
Property redevelopment series. Presenters Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a property in Lancashire, a bungalow in Kent and a first-floor London flat. Show more
Sheriffs Lawrence and Kev visit a London guitar store which sold a customer's classic guitar but failed to pass on the money. Show more
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Gaelic children's programme. Dancing fun for preschool children. Spòrs is plòidh son clann fo aois sgoile! Deiseil son beagan leum is danns le Amanda?
Gaelic children's programme. The Little People sing all about shapes.
In another 'aba-doo-be-dee' adventure, Hari goes in search of a map. He explores the area, but will he be able to find out what a map looks like and what it does? Show more
Gaelic version of the children's programme. Catriona loves getting others into trouble, but one day her behaviour backfires. Show more
Consumer show. Dom takes on the case of a lady who racked up a 2,000 pounds data roaming bill whilst on holiday in Egypt. Show more
Fiona Bruce and the team travel to Wightwick Manor near Wolverhampton as they delve into thousands of family treasures.
The latest national and international news, plus top interviews and analysis.
The latest international news from the BBC.
Andrew Neil presents the latest political news, interviews and debate. With guests David Wooding, Anne Diamond and George Galloway. Show more
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by the co-host of Comic Relief's 25th-anniversary show, Rob Brydon. Iwan Thomas is in Cheshire to see how to fix a catastrophic canal breach. Show more
Anne Robinson presents the quick-fire general knowledge quiz in which contestants must decide at the end of each round which of their number should be eliminated.
John Humphrys poses the questions. The specialist subjects are Victorian Britain, Deep Purple, the life and times of Winston Churchill, and the golden age of science fiction. Show more
Melvyn Bragg reveals archive footage telling the history of modern Britain. At Cliveden House, he looks back to the 1920s to discover how the other half lived. Show more
Rick Stein is on an epic culinary journey beginning in Cambodia, where he discovers the joys of freshly caught swimmer crabs cooked with green peppercorns from Kampot. Show more
The story of life from the first primitive cells to the plants and animals that live around us. David Attenborough looks at some of the 30,000 fish species. Show more
Michael Aspel and a team of experts examine curios and artefacts offered up by the public. This edition comes from Lochgilphead in Argyll and Bute. Show more
Jeremy Vine hosts the show in which teams from all over the UK take on probably the greatest quiz team in Britain, made up of some of the country's top quiz champions. Show more
Michael Portillo takes to sea with the heroes of the RNLI, visits a stormy coastal railway and has a close personal encounter with his boyhood hero. Show more
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Wales's steam railways seemed lost forever with the Beeching cuts of the 60s. In this episode we meet the last generation of Welsh steam railwaymen and visit a heritage railway. Show more
The nation's chefs compete to cook at a special banquet to celebrate 25 years of Comic Relief's Red Nose Day. Arabella Weir joins for the final round. Show more
John Humphrys hosts Britain's toughest quiz. The subjects are: Red Dwarf, Marie Curie, the novels of Jasper Fforde and the life and career of Field Marshal Haig. Show more
Series following a year in Carol Klein's garden in Devon. It is spring and Carol must clear away the last of the winter debris and prepare for the garden's renewal. Show more
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Monty Don visits France's most interesting gardens. He reveals how the country's historic gardens were used as a public expression of power. Show more
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Comedy series about a man seeking political office. The by-election favourite Nick Edwards arrives and Bob is determined to derail him with his 'Local Man' campaign. Show more
Should international aid still be a priority, where does the cyber warfare power lie, and is a dry January healthy? The stories behind the day's headlines, with Eddie Mair. Show more
Kirsty Wark and guests give their verdict on Stephen Poliakoff's latest television drama Dancing on the Edge and Denzel Washington's latest film, Flight.
Biographical drama, starring Christopher Plummer and Helen Mirren, telling the tale of Leo Tolstoy as his wife fights for both his love and his money. Show more