Presenter Rodd Christensen uses everyday objects to show that when you add, you get more and when you take away, you get less. Show more
Property renovation series. Martin and Lucy travel between Kent and Durham to check out a piece of land, a flat and a semi with very different development times. Show more
Series following council officers. Officers lose patience with the owner of a filthy takeaway and assist the police in a forensic search after a stabbing on a residential street. Show more
Nick Knowles presents close calls caught on film. An extreme sportsman films himself plummeting down a 1,000-foot cliff and his parachute fails to open properly. Show more
Food programme exploring specialities from around Britain. In North Yorkshire, Brian Turner and Janet Street-Porter start their journey on the Roman walls of York. Show more
Kieran Long and Piers Taylor help homeowners as they take on ambitious building projects. This time, a home unsuitable for family life needs a bold architectural solution. Show more
Series going behind the scenes at the Port of Southampton. Red Funnel ferries staff try to stick to their schedules as thousands of people head to a festival on the Isle of Wight. Show more
Series showcasing the best of travel across the globe. Keith Wallace is in the west of Iceland, where a new tunnel is being dug deep into the heart of Langjokull glacier. Show more
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Andrew Neil is joined by journalist Andrew Pierce to discuss demands for Britain to pay more towards the EU budget. Andrew also interviews Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood. Show more
Nigel Slater explores celebrities' experiences of food. Actress Brenda Blethyn talks with fondness about growing up as one of nine children in a time of rationing. Show more
Actor William Tapley and dancer Hannah Vassallo dish up a gourmet feast, as Ainsley Harriott introduces another classic twenty-minute cooking challenge. Show more
American drama series about a Californian private eye. Jim tries to trace Megan's stalker.
Police drama series about two women detectives in New York. Cagney and Lacey investigate why elderly tenants are suffering suspicious fates. Show more
Celebrity genealogy series. Comedian Hugh Dennis learns more about his two grandfathers, whose experiences of the First World War were very different. Show more
Michael Portillo explores the Victorian railway legacy behind the steel works of Port Talbot and uncovers the whaling past of Milford Haven. Show more
The team visit Balbirnie House near Glenrothes, in the Kingdom of Fife. Gems include a Japanese ivory panel and a pristine 1950s train set. 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 takes a sneak peek into rehearsals and the star-studded Friday Panel looks forward to the next show.
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Scotland's countryside magazine. Euan goes in search of rare agates with gem hunter Adam McIntosh and Sarah meets the communities raising cash through renewables. Show more
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Documentary exploring the traditional Scottish Sabbath and whether it still exists, with a look at some of the residents of the Isle of Lewis and the ways they spend their Sundays. Show more
The Sewing Bee returns for three Children in Need specials. Anita Rani hosts the final episode as Gemma Cairney, Kathryn Flett, Timmy Matley and Helen Lederer battle it out. Show more
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Tom Kerridge shows how to cook the best versions of the food everyone loves to eat. He creates fuss-free dishes, including lemon pepper chicken and rice pudding. Show more
Gardening magazine. Monty Don cracks on with his seasonal tasks at Longmeadow. Carol Klein visits first-time gardeners Dan and Dominique as they prepare for winter. Show more
Stephen Fry takes a light-hearted look at levity, levitation and lights with Josh Widdicombe, Sue Perkins, Frank Skinner and Alan Davies.
The British jihadi killed in Syria. Labour's Scottish leader quits. Ebola. Putin and Kasparov. Michael Sandel. Jonathan Pryce reads Dylan Thomas. With Laura Kuenssberg.
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Anarchic pop quiz. Host Rhod Gilbert and team captains Noel Fielding and Phill Jupitus are joined by Kerry Godliman, James Acaster, Har Mar Superstar and Nicole Scherzinger.
Music programme featuring performances from contemporary and classic artists. Joining Jools are U2, Sam Smith, Interpol, Zola Jesus, Dave and Phil Alvin, and Slaves. Show more
Horror set in a world in which genetic experiments have created an advanced species of human. All is well, until one is born who threatens the peace. Show more
David Dimbleby presents the topical debate from Liverpool. On the panel are Alex Salmond MSP, Caroline Flint MP, Mark Harper MP, Louise Bours MEP and Unite leader Len McCluskey. Show more