Property renovation series. Dion is in Knotty Ash in Liverpool, looking around a house in need of some care and attention, while Martin visits a house near Aberdare. Show more
Dom Littlewood shows how technology is being used to catch crooks. When football violence kicks off at a railway station a five-foot-ten woman steps in to try and calm the brawl. Show more
Gabby Logan takes charge of the quiz where contestants need brainpower and ball skills to win big. Who will be the high roller and who will push themselves over The Edge?
Gardening magazine. Carol Klein explores the inner workings of leaves and Joe Swift meets Griff Rhys Jones for a private tour of his remarkable garden. Show more
Creative culinary competition. The two remaining south west chefs must cook their entire menus again for judges Prue Leith, Oliver Peyton and Matthew Fort. Show more
With Joanna Gosling. Why are there so many asylum seekers in Middlesbrough? Jim Reed reports. Advice for Talk talk customers affected by a data hack. And Adele is back. Show more
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Andrew Neil is joined by former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis for the latest political news, interviews and debate. Also appearing are Jacob Rees-Mogg and Dick Newby. Show more
A look around the coast of the British Isles. Mark Horton visits Rottingdean to look over Rudyard Kipling's garden wall. Show more
Police drama series set in Jersey. Bergerac investigates a Belgian stable girl who is living a life of luxury.
Antiques series. Chris Hollins and expert Paul Hayes help travel enthusiast Shirley Guest, who is on a quest to visit Britain's most beautiful buildings. Show more
Food programme exploring specialities from around Britain. Janet and Brian start their tour of Warwickshire by surveying the view from the Chesterton Windmill. Show more
Amateur cooking competition hosted by James Martin. Three enthusiastic home cooks are pitted against each other as they try to make delicious dishes using the ingredient boxes. Show more
The finalists face three last challenges designed to demonstrate how much the amateur bakers have grown in skill and creativity, before the winner is announced. Show more
Leonora is an orangutan on a pioneering journey back to the wild after spending years in a rescue centre. If she makes it, 600 more orangutans could soon follow her. Show more
Paul Martin is joined by valuers Charlie Ross and Elizabeth Talbot at Ely Cathedral, where they discover a variety of interesting antiques and collectables. Show more
Zoe Ball presents the all-new one hour Friday show. Celebrity superfans tell us exactly what they think about the couples. There is also a famous face live at the Strictly studios. Show more
Regional Variations (3)
Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood make the challenges they set the bakers. In the final masterclass of the series, Mary makes a tennis cake and Paul makes two types of cream horns. Show more
John Humphrys hosts the quiz. The specialist subjects in this heat are the history of Las Vegas, the Anne books by LM Montgomery, Paul Simon and the Western films of John Ford. Show more
Gardening magazine. In the last episode of the series, Monty Don takes stock of his year at Longmeadow and Carol Klein celebrates the glorious displays put on by flowering plants. Show more
Regional Variations (3)
First of a two-part documentary in which Dr Clare Jackson tells the story of the exiled Stuarts and of the threat the Jacobites posed to the embryonic British state. Show more
Regional Variations (2)
Quiz show. Stephen Fry marshals miscellaneous military matters with Sheila Hancock, Jimmy Carr, Jeremy Clarkson and Alan Davies.
The latest on the TalkTalk hack and Hurricane Patricia; Germaine Greer discusses transgender hate; an interview with dancer Carlos Acosta. With Kirsty Wark.
Magazine arts show. Lynn Barber considers the idea of taking risks in art. Lynn meets political artist Peter Kennard and daring performance artist Marina Abramovic. Show more
Music programme with live sessions. Joining Jools on the show this week are Duran Duran, Public Image Ltd., Miguel, Frazey Ford, Wolf Alice and Simbi Ajikawo aka Little Simz. Show more
Ken Russell's flamboyant treatment of The Who's rock opera about a deaf, dumb and blind boy who achieves a messianic status as a pinball player. Show more
David Dimbleby presents topical debate from Grimsby. Panellists are Nadhim Zahawi, Alan Johnson, Nigel Farage, writer Germaine Greer and businesswoman Michelle Dewberry. Show more
A search to find the country's toughest recruit. The remaining recruits face the ultimate final test - 48 hours with the British SAS. Who has what it takes to win? Show more