Live-action comedy series introducing Titch and Ted as they complete a series of odd jobs, learning all about fractions as they go. Including a recap of episodes one to five. Show more
Live-action comedy series introducing Titch and Ted as they learn about geometry on their day out at the beach. Includes a recap of all the learning in episodes one to five. Show more
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a Victorian villa in Derby, a flat in south west London and a two-bed apartment in Sunderland. Show more
Consumer series with Dominic Littlewood. Dom examines an automotive services company's accident care policy after two customers complain. Show more
Observational documentary series. Things turn ugly when the Oxford Street security team deal with a disgruntled customer. John Lewis plan to unveil their Christmas lights. Show more
Gardeners try to save the nation's gardening heritage. Diarmuid Gavin flies the flag for wildlife gardens and Charlie Dimmock praises peonies. Show more
Daily news and debate. Victoria speaks to the head of a team considering the impact of resistance to antibiotics and hears of the hardship caused by delayed disability payments. Show more
Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break.
The latest international news from the BBC.
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Coverage of some of the day's debates in the Scottish Parliament.
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn with the latest news from Westminster. They are joined by Lord Finkelstein to discuss UKIP and the Labour leadership contest. Show more
Alice Roberts visits a processing plant that supplies a fifth of Britain's gas requirements via the world's longest sub-sea pipeline. Show more
Police drama series. Two claimants each hold a final winning lottery ticket - but there should be only one.
Horticulturist Christine Walkden explores gardens and countryside from a hot-air balloon. Christine takes to the skies above Yorkshire and visits Scampston Hall. Show more
Amateur designers compete to build a garden at the Chelsea Flower Show. The four remaining designers must create conceptual gardens showcasing their creativity. Show more
Classic sitcom set in a department store. Mrs Slocombe's birthday approaches, with the staff pulling out all the stops to ensure it is an occasion to remember.
Comedy series about a hapless cafe owner in occupied France. A devious plan is hatched to enable an escape from the Prisoner of War camp.
Bittersweet sitcom. Penny and Vince go to a wedding, while Daphne is subjected to a goodwill visit from the Pinner clan.
Fiona Bruce and the team are at full throttle as they arrive at Brooklands Motor Racing and Aviation Museum near Weybridge in Surrey.
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.
John Craven hosts the quiz in which a team must navigate puzzles and logic problems to win money. Four London Underground drivers battle to beat the Brain. Show more
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Brits test-drive an alternative life in Europe. Anita Rani travels to central Italy to help a couple from Brighton find a new home in the green region of Abruzzo. Show more
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Gardening magazine. Jim is in the conservatory showing how to prune camellias, while Carole puts together hanging baskets with some new plant introductions. Show more
Amateur designers compete to build a garden at the Chelsea Flower Show. The final three designers have five days and their biggest budget yet to create a show garden. Show more
Cold War spy thriller. Arkady reveals the next name: a sleeper agent with connections in the US military. But what game is she really playing, and can Joe work it out in time? Show more
Award-winning comedy about the BBC. David needs to flesh out the programme idea behind One Big Family. And Lucy has been persuaded to take on a new job as head of Inclusivity. Show more
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A look at the stories behind the day's headlines and the issues affecting Scotland.
An interview with Unite union leader Len McClusky on Labour's election defeat, UKIP's internal battles, new powers for cities and the artist David Hockney. With Emily Maitlis.
The story of Ashya King, the five-year-old whose parents removed him from Southampton General Hospital because they wanted a different treatment for their son. Show more
Following the SNP's landslide in the general election across Scotland, Sarah Smith charts the party's meteoric rise and asks, how did they do it and what does the future hold? Show more
Following one of the most closely fought general election battles in decades, Jeremy Vine hosts a special live edition of Panorama from the heart of Westminster. Show more
Series looking inside the world of private medicine. This episode explores the rise of cosmetic medicine in the area, and features both patients and doctors. Show more
Documentary following life on the English Channel. A new coastal defence is running out of rocks as nearly £1 million worth of granite is stuck out at sea. Show more
A team of scientists takes to the skies in an airship to explore Earth's atmosphere.
Science enthusiast Fran Scott makes GCSE chemistry come alive by finding out how huge-scale chemical processes go into producing the world's most used materials. Show more