A compilation of short films for KS2. Looking at different aspects of WWI, these dramatised monologues show the diversity of people affected by the war. Show more
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a semi-detached house in Surbiton, a ground floor flat in Jarrow and a house in Derby. They learn how much each home sold for. Show more
Kate Humble and Ben Fogle look behind the scenes at Longleat Safari Park. A rhino's arthritis and a giraffe's bad leg are examined. Plus meet the otter family's new arrivals. Show more
Highlights from two matches in the last 16 of the World Cup in Brazil.
Series following the Yorkshire Air Ambulance. A romantic proposal ends in intensive care when the groom crashes his car on the way to ask for his girlfriend's hand in marriage. Show more
Consumer series with Anne Robinson. The team investigate the diet pill that's more likely to lose you money than weight and the broadband service that's not up to speed. Show more
Series in which Sophie Raworth reveals how household products are tested, putting the makers' claims on trial and showing how to get the best value for money. Show more
Is rising inequality the sickness that could yet kill capitalism? The influential American economist Deirdre McCloskey thinks that is to misunderstand 300 years of global growth. Show more
Jo Coburn presents the latest political news, interviews and debate.
Sue Barker is at the All England Club as the ladies' quarter-finals get underway. In 2013, Sabine Lisicki followed up her shock victory over Serena Williams by beating Kaia Kanepi. Show more
Episode 2: Revolution on the Floor
1 hour on BBC Two Scotland
Dr Pamela Cox charts the history of the shopgirl. Revealing how the life of the shopgirl was revolutionised in the early 20th century. Show more
With Emily Maitlis. Why are we building fewer houses? Israel and Hamas. Did Labour get their sums wrong? Caitlin Moran's new book. And is Monty Python still funny?
A chance to watch Group H winners Belgium take on Group G runners-up USA for the last remaining quarter-final spot.
This version of the BBC Two documentary made especially for schools features interviews with eyewitnesses of the First World War, filmed in the 1960s by the BBC. Show more