Series about properties that have gone to auction. Martin and Lucy visit a semi in Telford with a strange layout, a difficult piece of land in Letchworth and a former pub in Derby. Show more
Antiques series. Paul Martin revisits the team's top furniture finds and visits Nottinghamshire's Thrumpton Hall, a family home with an intriguing past. Show more
Paul Martin and the team share useful information and tips about jewellery and adornments of every kind
Television gardeners try to save the nation's rich gardening heritage. Diarmuid Gavin campaigns for lavender, and Alys Fowler champions knot gardens. Show more
Victoria Derbyshire looks at whether 11-year-olds should learn about sexual consent, and also at the circumstances around the shooting of a Syrian-born former imam in London. Show more
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Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn are joined by Ukip economic spokesman Patrick O'Flynn for the latest coverage of the general election campaign, including a discussion about Trident. Show more
In this episode, 'I' is for insects. We bask in the beauty of butterflies while commiserating with Joe Swift over the insects that are eating their way through his allotment. Show more
Police drama series. Chris receives a chilling calling card when her car is stolen by a gang of thieves and Mary Beth considers taking time off from the force.
Ben Fogle and Kate Humble explore life behind the scenes at Longleat Estate and Safari Park. A new sea lion baby is born by the lake and mum doesn't want anyone too close. Show more
Tom Kerridge is joined in the studio by guest chef Jason Atherton and The One Show's Alex Jones for some great seasonal recipes and spring food.
Keith Floyd continues his gastronomic ramble with a visit to Perigord, famous for its truffles, geese and walnuts. (1987) Show more
Classic sitcom. The staff are outraged when management insists on closing down the store for redecoration - forcing them to take annual leave. Show more
Wartime sitcom. The Germans throw a party, while Rene and Edith don disguises in an attempt to get into Gestapo HQ. Show more
Holiday camp sitcom. Gladys finally agrees to marry Clive, but his family have other ideas.
Fiona Bruce and the team return in a new series. At Samares Manor in Jersey, objects from all over the world are examined. 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.
Gardening magazine. Chris is pruning the conifers and George begins a project to see how productive he can be using just a square metre of space. Show more
Series exploring Australia's coastline. In this episode, Neil Oliver takes to the air on an RAAF training mission to seek and destroy submarine invaders. Show more
Chris Packham explores some of the most bizarre and extraordinary natural events on the planet.
Historical drama set in an Australian penal colony. Rebellion is in the air, and Tommy's headstrong behaviour risks all Elizabeth's plans for the future.
Chilling comedy. Two witch-finders are summoned by Sir Andrew Pike to the village of Little Happens in order to try a defenceless old woman. Show more
Personal attacks in election campaigns; a new Conservative policy on rail prices; US gay 'conversional therapy'; the man who could succeed Raúl Castro; and artist Gillian Ayres. Show more
Investigative documentary. Britain's Jihadi Brides reveals how the sophisticated recruiting tactics of IS have shattered so many lives. Show more
Series exploring topical scientific issues. A look at how new planets being discovered are forcing scientists to rewrite the history of our own solar system. Show more
Documentary. Louis explores the nature of mental illness. He looks at how to reintegrate a patient into society when they have previously committed a serious crime. Show more