Spark is a collection of short films about ambition and work aimed at 9- to 14-year-olds that encourages them to think about what they might do and who they might become. Show more
A mother mandarin duck shows her babies how to take their first flight out of the safety of the nest. Show more
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a two-bedroom house in Mid Glamorgan, a three-bedroom house in Manchester and a terraced conversion in Cheshire. Show more
Series following Britain's next generation of emergency service recruits. Paramedic recruit Julie calls on all her training to save the life of a patient who can barely breathe. Show more
Antiques experts Jonty Hearnden and Christina Trevanion do battle at a car boot sale in Essex. They must employ their expert knowledge as they aim to buy low and sell high. Show more
Science documentary series. Horizon goes behind the scenes at Nasa to discover how it is preparing for its most ambitious mission - to land astronauts on the surface of Mars. Show more
Gardening magazine. Monty Don, Carol Klein and Joe Swift offer advice and inspiration to help gardeners to really get cracking over the long Easter weekend. Show more
Ben Fogle and Kate Humble explore behind the scenes at Longleat. A baby giraffe is being obsessively groomed by her mum. Can the keepers stop her ear infection becoming fatal? Show more
HARDtalk speaks to one of Brazil's most successful and controversial film makers, Jose Padilha. Is his dark vision of Brazil fact or fiction? Show more
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Jo Coburn and Giles Dilnot discuss the future of the Church of England and whether to move the May Day bank holiday, with Thatcher biographer Charles Moore.
Semi-final action gets under way between Ronnie O'Sullivan and Barry Hawkins. The matches are now the best-of-33 frames, played over four sessions.
A journey around the British Isles and beyond. The team starts in London, continues along the south coast of England and then explores the coast of Belgium. Show more
Dermot Murnaghan hosts a general knowledge quiz in which teams from all over the UK battle to beat the Eggheads. Show more
Top chefs compete to cook at an anniversary banquet for D-Day. It is dessert day and the central chefs are all striving for one of two spots in the regional final. Show more
Live coverage of the first eight frames of the second semi-final between Mark Selby and Neil Robertson, introduced by Hazel Irvine from the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield.
Series following elderly care services in Birmingham. Looking at those who can no longer live safely at home, but are struggling to find places to suit them in care. Show more
Stephen Fry looks at knowledge and explains how many previous QI facts are no longer thought to be true. With Graham Linehan, Jimmy Carr, Jo Brand and Alan Davies. Show more
Comprehensive coverage of the day's important national and international news stories, presented by Gordon Brewer.
Hazel Irvine introduces highlights from the opening sessions of the best-of-33 frame semi-finals as Ronnie O'Sullivan faces Barry Hawkins and Mark Selby plays Neil Robertson.
Series in which Lord Digby Jones helps businesses realise their potential. Digby helps Hawick Knitwear, a Scottish textile manufacturer with over 200 employees. Show more
Panorama's Darragh Macintyre investigates the truth about F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone, and asks why he is still in charge after two courts say he paid a 44 million dollar bribe. Show more
Using spectacular graphics based on the latest science and stories of remarkable people around the world, Michael Mosley examines the human body.