Property redevelopment series. Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a commercial property in Battersea, a house in County Durham and a development opportunity in south Wales. Show more
Nick Knowles presents close calls caught on film. An extreme sportsman films himself plummeting down a 1,000-foot cliff and his parachute fails to open properly. Show more
Series following probate researchers. One team attempts to trace a Jones family in Wales, and a family's connection with the golden age of British coach travel is revealed. Show more
Gardening magazine. Carol Klein is at Logan Botanic Garden near Stranraer, famed for its colourful, exotic borders. Joe Swift drops in on a street in Bristol. Show more
Food writer and cook Nigel Slater takes a tour of the diversity in modern British home cooking. Nigel discovers the charm of a traditional Moroccan lamb tagine. Show more
An exploration of the politics of black Twitter - a way for millions of people to discuss issues affecting the black community. Show more
Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break.
The latest international news from the BBC.
From photographs taken in the 1860s, John Sergeant is inspired to find out the smugglers' haunts of medieval Rye and where Victorian riflemen learnt their skills. Show more
Michael Portillo examines the role of the railways in World War I. He reveals how even after the war had ended, the work of the railways was not over. Show more
Detective drama series. Rockford and Lieutenant Chapman must cooperate to solve an art heist that took place at a private party. Show more
Antiques series. Arthur Saxby and his granddaughter enlist the help of Lorne Spicer and expert Jonty Hearnden to raise £1,000 for a state-of-the-art TV set. Show more
Sitcom about a British government minister. Jim Hacker finds himself in possession of embarrassing information about the sale of arms to terrorists. Show more
Classic sitcom. Rene attempts to hide the Enigma machine, two British airmen, the four bars of gold bars he has stolen and a Van Gogh painting. Show more
Department store sitcom. When the staff of Grace Bros discover that Captain Peacock has a shameful secret, they decide to help him in any way they can. Show more
Live coverage from the FINA World Aquatics Championships in Kazan, Russia. Including the finals of the men's 200m breaststroke and the final of the women's 200m breaststroke. Show more
Richard Osman presents the fast-paced quiz show where what contestants have in common is just as important as their general knowledge.
Jeremy Vine hosts the show in which teams from all over the UK take on probably the greatest quiz team in Britain, made up of some of the country's top quiz champions. Show more
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Dave and Si discover the ultimate sushi at Tokyo's famous fish market and have the rare privilege of spending time in a sumo stable where they take part in a wrestling bout.
Creative culinary competition. The two remaining Scottish chefs cook their entire menus again for judges Prue Leith, Oliver Peyton and Matthew Fort. Show more
John Humphrys presents as the hunt for the nation's Mastermind gets under way once more. Subjects include Marvel Comics, Shakespeare's comedies, John Martyn and Pu Yi. Show more
Gardening magazine. With the holiday season well and truly upon us, Monty shares some timely tips on how to make sure your garden does not suffer while you are away. Show more
Sister series to The Great British Bake Off. Jo and her panel of Bake Off fans give their take on the 12 brand new bakers and their attempts in cake week. Show more
Rick Stein embarks on a new gastronomic road trip from Venice to Istanbul. His journey begins in the magnificent city of Venice, and he cooks some of his favourite Venetian dishes. Show more
In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Kirsty Wark.
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Arielle Free presents highlights from Scotland's biggest music festival, including David Guetta, the Proclaimers and the Libertines.
Biopic starring Andy Serkis. Neither troubled relationships nor childhood polio hold Ian Dury back from his urge to make music on his terms, despite the cost to those close to him. Show more
Nobel Prize winner Toni Morrison, America's first lady of literature, talks to Alan Yentob about her life and work. Contributors include Angela Davis and singer Jessye Norman. Show more