Consumer programme. Matt Allwright visits an overcrowded property where lives are at risk, while there are heated talks on a street plagued by antisocial behaviour. Show more
Victoria longs to emigrate to Australia to join her sister. Can a trial week down under persuade her husband Rob to leave his son in the UK? Show more
Paul Martin and the Flog It! team share some trade secrets on when damage definitely doesn't have to mean disaster. Plus Adam Partridge reveals a hidden talent.
Quarter-final of the search for the country's next culinary superstar. The chefs' pastry skills are tested in the invention test. Show more
Joanna Gosling presents the daily news and current affairs programme. A survivor of female genital mutilation tells the programme about the psychological effects of being cut. Show more
The latest national and international news, plus top interviews and analysis.
Andrew Neil is joined by the editor of The Independent, Amol Rajan, to discuss the latest political news, including David Cameron's EU negotiation. Show more
Neil Oliver travels the coast of the island of Arran.
The developing friendship between the Duke of Omnium and Madame Max has worried Glencora. Phineas has accepted a challenge from Chiltern over the courtship of Violet.
Celebrity genealogy series. Actor Brian Blessed has always loved his unusual name - but has no idea where his Blessed ancestors came from. Show more
Australian period drama. While James and Olivia continue to grow closer, Anna's prolonged absence from Ash Park has Gino fearing that their relationship is over. Show more
Jane Asher brings together a selection of recipes from the nation's favourite TV chefs. Whether it's cakes, pies, puddings or main courses, this greatest hits of baking is a must. Show more
Sir David Attenborough examines the mysteries behind some fascinating creatures and plants. How have the curious minds of orangutans and crows helped them become so inventive? Show more
Paul Martin is joined by experts Philip Serrell and Kate Bateman as they look at people's antiques and collectibles in the picturesque Yorkshire seaside town of Whitby. Show more
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
Michael Portillo rides the railroads of America. In Poughkeepsie in New York state, he visits a famous all-female university, alma mater of Meryl Streep. Show more
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Series meeting the people who live and work around Britain's port cities. A local ferry has a key role to play when the world's biggest half marathon comes to Tyneside. Show more
John Humphrys invites four more contenders to answer questions in the black chair. The subjects are A Bit of Fry and Laurie, Jock Stein, Stax Records and the Suez Crisis.
Cherry Healey and industry experts get the inside track on the latest products. Michelin-starred chefs put the latest food processors to the test. Show more
A look at some of earth's greatest spectacles. New England is the stage for an incredible colour change when the greens of summer give way to the golds of autumn. Show more
Quiz show in which the aim is to be interesting. Stephen Fry mucks about with a messy mixture of matters with Sarah Millican, Eddie Kadi, Noel Fielding and Alan Davies.
In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with James O'Brien. The programme looks at in-fighting between Brexit campaigners. Show more
Magazine arts show. Nina Conti explores how masks allow us to step out of our psychological skins and be someone else, with some help from her cheeky alter ego, Monkey. Show more
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Amanda Vickery and Tom Service reveal an exceptional story of triumph of human spirit over unspeakable terror. In August 1942, a concert took place in Leningrad that defies belief. Show more
Comedy horror. An experiment in genetic engineering turns harmless sheep into bloodthirsty killers that terrorise a New Zealand farm. Starring Nathan Meister and Peter Feeney. Show more
David Dimbleby presents topical debate from Bradford. On the panel: Amber Rudd MP, Shabana Mahmood MP, Paul Nuttall MEP, Baroness Brinton and Isabel Oakeshott. Show more
Alan Yentob travels to the ghetto in Venice with award-winning novelist Howard Jacobson as he embarks on a retelling of Shakespeare's most performed play, The Merchant of Venice. Show more