Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a bungalow in Devizes, Wiltshire, a property in Sutton, Surrey, and a two-bedroom house in Sheffield. Show more
Consumer series with Dominic Littlewood. Dom comes to the aid of a couple whose home has been repeatedly flooded with raw sewage. And a man takes on an insurance company. Show more
Paramedics go to the aid of a woman who has crashed into a combine harvester. The emergency services in Cornwall help a girl who has had an encounter with a surfboard. Show more
Gardening magazine. It's the Bank Holiday weekend and there is plenty to be getting on with in the garden. Monty Don takes stock of what has and and has not worked at Longmeadow. Show more
Creative culinary competition. Jak O'Donnell, Jimmy Lee and Graham Campbell battle to plate up a perfect main course. Show more
Interviews, audience debate and breaking news. The aunt of the drowned boy washed up on a Turkish beach tells of her family's heartbreak. Show more
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Anne talks books with lyricist Tim Rice and Strictly star Russell Grant. Tim reveals what his next musical venture is going to be and Russell shares his love of Middlesex. Show more
John Sergeant's journey continues. He travels to the north west where he meets up with a photographic society that can trace its roots back to Francis Frith. Show more
Crime drama series. Jury service leads to danger when Rockford stubbornly refuses to believe that an alcoholic is guilty of accidentally killing a legal secretary.
Political sitcom. Hacker decides to abolish the Department of Education and Science to save money, giving cash directly to schools. Show more
Classic sitcom. MPs have been complaining about their phones being tapped. Jim Hacker naturally denies this, only to be told by Sir Humphrey that it is in fact true. Show more
Wartime sitcom. The plans of the retreating Germans conflict with those of the good folk of Nouvion as the day of the Fishmonger's Parade dawns. Show more
Wartime sitcom. Rene and the cafe staff prepare to welcome the invading British troops, and soon find that the invasion party includes a couple of old friends. Show more
Snake expert Romulus Whitaker investigates claims that India is in the middle of a snakebite epidemic of epic proportions, journeying around the country. Show more
On the final leg of his journey from west Wales to East Anglia, Michael Portillo begins in Oakham before heading east to Stamford and on to Cambridge University. Show more
Fiona Bruce and the experts take a look at some unscreened finds, brought along to Hutton-in-the-Forest, Chatsworth and the British Museum. 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.
Sir Terry Wogan and Mason McQueen make their own pilgrimage to Canterbury in their culinary quest to discover the weird and wonderful foods of Kent. Show more
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Supermarkets. Love them or hate them, Wales cannot live without them. If Gareth wants to change the way Wales is fed, he must understand how they have become so successful. Show more
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Creative culinary competition. Two remaining Northern Irish chefs cook the four courses again for the three judges, as well as guest judge Felicity Cloake. Show more
John Humphrys hosts the quiz. The specialist subjects in this heat are Phil Lynott and Thin Lizzy, the Wars of the Roses, Edward Heath and Radio 4 sitcom Cabin Pressure. Show more
Gardening magazine. Monty Don turns his attention to his spring borders, which are in need of refurbishment if they are going to pack a punch early next year. Show more
Sister series to The Great British Bake Off. Judy Murray, Michael Caines and Hal Cruttenden give Jo their take on the sugar- and gluten-free bakes. Show more
Continuing his journey from Venice to Istanbul, Rick Stein arrives in the Greek Peloponnese and samples memorable dishes like rooster stew hilopites with mizithra cheese. Show more
In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Emily Maitlis.
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Biopic about the rise and tragic fall of Harvey Milk, California's first openly gay official. Harvey struggles against a fellow supervisor and 1970s conservative America. Show more
TV presenter and journalist Anne Robinson sets off on a road trip to meet people from across the wealth spectrum and put their spending habits under the microscope. Show more
Michael Mosley subjects himself to a variety of health tests that are available to those who feel perfectly well, in order to discover which of them are worth doing. Show more