Performances by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales are mixed with live action and magical animation to open up the world of classical music to children. Show more
Geography programme for primary schools. William visits a bee farm, learning all about the different types of bees who live in a beehive and how they make and store honey. Show more
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a property in Exeter where not everything is as it seems, a flat in London and a semi-detached property in Derby with a large garden. Show more
Consumer series with Dominic Littlewood. Dom looks into parcel delivery services and finds out how one next-day delivery package took a year to arrive. Show more
Nicki Chapman and James Wong report on the highlights from the Royal Horticultural Society's Chelsea Flower Show and meet some of the eclectic people and plants involved. Show more
Documentary. A look at Iceland through the eyes of the animals and people that have made this wild island home. The constant volcanic threat boils over in this explosive year. Show more
News and current affairs. British sniper Sergeant Craig Harrison talks to Victoria Derbyshire about life after the military and describes the post-traumatic stress he suffers from. 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.
Sanjeev Kohli takes a humorous look at Scots insults and feels the language is a powerful linguistic tool - especially in comedy.
Andrew Graham-Dixon and Giorgio Locatelli journey along the west coast of Italy, stopping off at Genoa, the Cinque Terre, Pistoia, Pisa and Livorno. Show more
Drama series about a two-woman team of detectives. Christine's attempt to foil a robbery brings an unexpected accusation, while she deals with a visit from her brother.
Monty Don is on a grand tour around Italy, this time visiting gardens both in Florence and around the sun-scorched Tuscan countryside. Show more
Series about orphaned baby elephants at the David Shelrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya. At the Nairobi nursery, the dry season brings a flood of new baby orphans. Show more
A look at some of the BBC's most popular gardening programmes and personalities, presented by Carol Kirkwood. Carol explores subjects that all begin with the letter G. Show more
Sitcom. General von Klinkerhoffen visits the local vineyard, where the Resistance provides him with a special vintage and an exploding wheelchair. Show more
John Sullivan's bittersweet sitcom. Penny and Vince return from an unexpected rendezvous in Paris to pursue their separate careers.
Fiona Bruce and the team are in the Cotswolds to visit Stanway House where the team of experts make some intriguing finds.
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 student nurses see whether they can Beat the Brain and win the jackpot. Show more
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Series looking at the value of unwanted items. Moya wants to visit her friend Margaret in Canada, and decides that a sale of her unused nick-nacks could help to fund the trip. Show more
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Gardening magazine. Jim and Carole are in the greenhouses pricking out and planting seedlings, while George is in Glendevon helping Josine Atsma to create a new bog garden. Show more
Monty Don and Joe Swift are back with more news from the show. They celebrate the work of the show-garden designers who have created masterpieces where space is at a premium. Show more
Cold War spy thriller. Discovering the KGB is one step ahead, the team must work out who can be trusted. Can they find out what the Soviets are really planning? Show more
Sports chat show presented by Clare Balding. Guests include Premier League footballer Harry Kane, West Indies bowling star Curtly Ambrose and Wales rugby captain Sam Warburton. Show more
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Sarah Smith presents a look at the stories behind the day's headlines and the issues affecting Scotland.
Laura Kuenssberg with the latest on the Labour leadership contest and the government's surveillance report, as well as a live interview with Danny Boyle. Plus the latest on Nepal. Show more
Romantic thriller set in 1926 Edinburgh. A mother and daughter attempt to con Houdini out of the $10,000 prize he offered to anyone able to tell him his mother's dying words. Show more
Panorama investigates the global advance of antibiotic-resistant superbugs and the threat they pose to modern medicine and millions of patients worldwide. Fergus Walsh reports. Show more
Series looking inside the world of private medicine. This episode looks at those practitioners offering complementary and alternative therapies. Show more
Michaela Strachan and Martin Hughes-Games unpack the science of evolution.
Radio 1 Newsbeat journalist Adina Campbell helps young people take control of their cash by creating a budget, finding a bargain, understanding debt and APR and starting to save.