Engineer Jem Stansfield explores the amazing world of Planet Dinosaur in this selection of clips made especially for schools. Show more
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a house in Swindon and a flat in Neasden, Greater London. They also revisit a fabulous manor farmhouse near Lincoln. Show more
Consumer series with Dominic Littlewood. One determined customer explains how she stood up to an airport car parking company. Show more
Observational documentary series. Dan and Dunya celebrate their first anniversary by going down an Oxford Street sewer in search of a fatberg. Show more
Gardening magazine. The team are at the 30th RHS Malvern Spring Festival, where they are on the hunt for ideas we can all draw inspiration from for our own gardens. Show more
Series following tradesmen and looking at cowboy contractors. Tommy Walsh meets Sue, who was taken in by a door-knocking con man who took £12,000 of her savings. Show more
The lawyer for the British grandmother on death row in Indonesia tells Victoria about her final appeal case. And the head of an Oxford University college on student rape culture. Show more
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Jo Coburn with the latest news from Westminster, including the row over Nigel Farage's leadership of UKIP and plans to transfer new powers to Scotland. Show more
Natural history series. Miranda Krestovnikoff dives into a marine reserve off St Abbs and Neil Oliver travels to North Berwick to visit the Bass Rock. Show more
Police drama series. Partnerships are placed under pressure when Christine asks Mary Beth to lie under oath and Petrie rows with Isbecki over betrayed confidences.
Horticulturist Christine Walkden explores gardens and countryside from a hot air balloon. Christine takes to the skies above Sussex and drops in at West Dean Garden. 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
Classic sitcom set in a department store. Mr Harman has some gossip. It appears that Captain Peacock and Mr Rumbold's secretary are having relations. Show more
WWII sitcom. Rene and his fellow prisoners continue their escape attempt from the German POW camp, dressing as girls from the Folies Bergere.
Bittersweet sitcom. Vince cons Penny into going on a 'goodbye' holiday to Portugal.
The programme makes a return visit to Leeds Town Hall as Fiona Bruce and the team of experts set up for another busy day.
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. A team of four friends try to beat the Brain. Show more
Regional Variations (3)
It's the second and third leg of the road trip for antiques experts Paul Laidlaw and Margie Cooper. After a disheartening first auction, Margie has a lot of catching up to do. Show more
Cookery series. Mary draws on inspiration from some of her earliest and fondest memories from her childhood holidays and regular trips to the British seaside. Show more
Gardening magazine. Monty's wildlife garden begins to take shape at Longmeadow, and bees are very much at the forefront of his mind as he plants up a nectar-rich border. Show more
Documentary. A look at the defiant spirit that brought the nation together during WWII as seen through the eyes of the generation who fought or lived through it. Show more
Sports chat show presented by Clare Balding. She is joined by Wimbledon winner Pat Cash, the new world snooker champion Stuart Bingham and British racing driver Susie Wolff. Show more
The Labour leadership race hots up and one of the favourites gets out. What's it like to lose your seat? Remembering BB King. And Star Wars over Dubai. With Emily Maitlis.
Music programme featuring live sessions from contemporary and classic artists, including Paul Weller, Father John Misty, Lianne La Havas and Curtis Harding. Show more
David Dimbleby presents the topical debate from Uxbridge a week after the election. On the panel are Jeremy Hunt, Tristram Hunt, Nigel Farage, Brian May and Zanny Minton Beddoes. Show more
Series exploring the hidden corners of the UK. In Scotland, Ellie Harrison probes a monster mystery at the heart of Britain's deepest water. Show more
Documentary following life on the English Channel. A maintenance crew have to inch their way through a seaway obstacle course, and a group of students get a taste of navy life. Show more