Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a two-bed bungalow in Wiltshire, a ground-floor flat in Balham, London, and a three-bed end of terrace in Yorkshire. Show more
Series looking at benefit fraud. Specialist investigators have their sights on a serial scammer stealing legal-aid handouts. Show more
A look at burglaries in the UK and how to help prevent them. A seriously ill man wakes up to find a burglar in his home. A woman decides to confront her burglar. Show more
Consumer programme. Matt Allwright joins the ranks of Britain's housing officers. Matt meets the partner of a tenant who's so aggressive their letting agent refuses to talk to him. Show more
James May discovers how cars became an everyday part of people's lives. His journey begins in Europe, where he reveals a tale of war, fraud, double dealing and dictators. Show more
Lorraine Pascale shows people with no kitchen confidence how to create a meal for friends and family. Lorraine helps builder Tony master a Mediterranean-inspired menu. Show more
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Andrew Neil is at the Liberal Democrat conference in Glasgow. Includes interviews with former leader Lord Ashdown and transport minister Baroness Kramer. Show more
Nigel Slater hosts a chat show which explores the lives of celebrities through their experiences of food. Janet Street-Porter talks about her culinary memories. Show more
Another edition of the 20-minute cooking challenge. Ballroom dance star Camilla Dallerup and actor Kevin Sacre keep it Strictly foodie in the red and green kitchens. Show more
Antiques series. Charity fundraiser Kay Hughes wants to raise £500 to support people with spinal cord injuries, ideally by paying for a lightweight wheelchair. Show more
David Attenborough looks at monkeys from around the world, including red howlers in Venezuela, capuchin monkeys in the Costa Rican swamps and guenons in west Africa. Show more
At Morecambe Bay, Alice Roberts discovers some facts about quicksand. Mark Horton unearths the remains of a passenger liner in Liverpool. Show more
Michael Portillo takes a ride on a secret miniature railway hidden beneath London's streets and rings the bells of the famous church of Bow. Show more
Antiques series. Paul Martin and the Flog It! team head to Ashridge House in Hertfordshire, an impressive estate which used to be home to Queen Elizabeth I. 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
Zoe Ball presents backstage gossip and behind-the-scenes action from the weekend. Zoe chats exclusively to the latest eliminated couple.
Celebrities hunt for antiques across the UK. Baroness Oona King and Dame Jenni Murray travel around London competing to find antique bargains. Show more
Brasenose College, Oxford and the University of Durham battle it out for a place in the second round of the student quiz. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions.
Victoria Coren Mitchell presents the quiz show about making connections. A team of chess fans meet a team of linguists. Show more
Documentary series which follows eight very different households in their kitchens, capturing the spirit of life in Britain. It is late August and Britain is in holiday mode. Show more
Anarchic pop quiz. Host Rhod Gilbert and regular team captains Noel Fielding and Phill Jupitus are joined by Ella Eyre, Harrison Koisser, Stacey Solomon and Seann Walsh. Show more
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Sarah Smith presents a look at the stories behind the day's headlines and the issues affecting Scotland.
The stories behind the day's headlines with Kirsty Wark. Nick Clegg tells Evan Davis he got too close to the Tories. Plus reports on Islamic State and the French prime minister. Show more
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Andrew Neil presents highlights of the Liberal Democrats' annual conference in Glasgow, from Monday 6 October.
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Series tracing the legacy of the Great War. David Reynolds looks at how the conflict gave birth to an age of turbulent mass democracy. Show more
Scrapyard documentary series. Terry faces some big decisions about Boyle and Chris, the two lads sacked while he was in Tenerife. Show more
Six short films, each celebrating a different contemporary poem, featuring performances and personal insights from the poets themselves. Show more
Over the course of six short films, Simon Armitage goes behind the scenes of some of his most famous poems to help viewers understand the building blocks that create them. Show more