Property series. Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a curious building in Stoke-on-Trent, a flat in Crystal Palace fit for a queen and a four-bedroom house in Glamorgan. Show more
Series looking at benefit fraud. The Insolvency Service is chasing a bankrupt man who refuses to pay his debts to the government, despite inheriting a significant windfall. Show more
Series following British flying doctors in Australia. A 4x4 overturns on a remote island and the Careflight team is scrambled to save the victims. Show more
Documentary following life on the English Channel. The crew of the Galatea try to tow in a damaged light vessel at the tail end of Hurricane Bertha. Show more
Rory McGrath and Steve Punt are joined by experts Christina Trevanion and David Harper as they travel around Warwickshire and Nottinghamshire. Show more
Michael Portillo continues his journey through southern Scotland. He celebrates Victorian iron and steel in Motherwell, admiring the Forth Rail Bridge. Show more
The latest computer industry news. Click examines innovative ways to deal with serious diseases. And the latest developments in creating a machine that can think for itself. Show more
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Jo Coburn is joined by MPs Nadine Dorries, Luciana Berger and Tom Brake. Conservative plans for new leadership for failing schools, and how business-friendly is the Labour party? Show more
Kate Rew, an outdoor swimmer, explains why swimming along the coast is the perfect antidote to the stress of modern life. Neil Oliver explores the Kent marshes. Show more
AJP Taylor describes the careers of the 'war lords' who dominated the Second World War. This episode looks at Mussolini.
Series looking at the events that led up to World War II. Charles Wheeler looks at how Neville Chamberlain tried to preserve the illusion of British Imperial power.
Griff Rhys Jones explores the mountains of Britain, starting with the breathtaking wilderness of the north west Highlands of Scotland. Show more
Classic sitcom about a miserly shopkeeper. Arkwright takes action when his corner shop is broken into and employs a large dog to guard his property. Show more
Sitcom. Audrey fforbes-Hamilton, an upper-class widow, is forced into an alliance with a self-made man in a bid to keep her stately home. Show more
The very first episode of the classic holiday camp comedy series. The Maplin's entertainment staff find they have a new boss. Show more
The team has a day out at the seaside with a valuation day in Brighton, and Paul Martin takes a look at a fixture of the British seaside landscape, the beach hut.
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
Antiques series. Tim Wonnacott is at the Bristol Harbour Festival to meet locals with their precious antiques which help tell the story of this historic city. Show more
Motoring magazine. Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May embark on a grand road trip across Australia's Northern Territory, each driving a fast and luxurious GT. Show more
Pressure is mounting as the quarter-finals continue in the quiz for students. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions.
Victoria Coren Mitchell presents the quiz about making connections. The QI Elves take on three computer experts for a place in the quarter-finals. Show more
Hairy Biker Dave Myers travels to Egypt in search of the origins of some favourite dishes. He samples street food in Cairo, a family feast in Aswan and more along the River Nile. Show more
With Evan Davis. Why are police storing millions of faces they have been told not to? Plus the app that wants to take over democracy and Vince Cable on tuition fees. Show more
Jacques Peretti investigates how the super-rich are transforming Britain. In the final part, he looks at how inequality was pinpointed as a business opportunity. Show more
Fran Scott takes a unique look into some of the latest biomimetics technology and talks to some of the pioneers working on ways to interpret nature's biological mechanisms.
UK teenagers witness first-hand the major issues Madagascan wildlife is facing. They explore different sides of five dilemmas, from deforestation to the impact of tourism. Show more