John Craven presents a series focusing on the British countryside in the summertime. The team finds out if it is possible to farm lobster to safeguard wild stocks. Show more
Garden renovation series with Charlie Dimmock and garden designers the Rich brothers. An ugly backdrop provides a challenge when creating a stylish party garden. Show more
Documentary series following Humberside's neighbourhood police. There is a clampdown on drivers looking to illegally top up their tanks with industrial-use red diesel. Show more
Gregg Wallace and Chris Bavin help families across the UK eat well for less. Gregg and Chris help a couple with wildly different approaches to food shopping. Show more
Chloe Tilley talks to relatives of Viola Beach, there is a look at Rio's preparation for the Olympics opening ceremony, and does the UK need its own Black Lives Matter movement? Show more
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Wildlife documentary. Jungle tigers are turning into man-eaters in the exotic island of Sumatra. Now a maverick millionaire is catching the killers and releasing them on his land. Show more
John Barrowman hosts the general knowledge quiz. Contestants from two teams descend into the Pressure Pad to compete in a series of head-to-head games in a bid to reach the final. Show more
Coast ventures to the farthest-flung reaches of the British Isles. Mark Horton reveals how Brunel's ship the Great Eastern conquered the Atlantic. Show more
Chris Packham examines the world's weirdest natural events. He discovers the extraordinary adaptations animals use to survive, including a frozen frog that can come back to life. Show more
Michael Palin explores what makes Brazil tick. He journeys to Minas Gerais, the source of Brazil's great mineral wealth, and checks into an infamous 'love hotel'. Show more
Michael Palin finds out what makes Brazil tick. He meets Prince Joao de Braganza, heir to the defunct Brazilian throne, and visits aircraft manufacturer Embraer. Show more
Fiona Bruce and the experts visit an active air base at Marham in Norfolk, where finds include a gold cup with a handsome history. Show more
Jeremy Vine hosts the show where every day a new team of challengers takes on what is probably the greatest quiz team in Britain, made up of some of the country's top quizzers.
Series marking the 75th anniversary of the Blitz. Hollywood actor David Harewood travels back to his native Birmingham to look at his city's Blitz story. Show more
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Cameron McNeish walks the final part of his 250-mile route from the most southerly point of Scotland, the Mull of Galloway, to the west coast town of Oban. Show more
John Humphrys presents another heat of the classic quiz. The specialist subjects are Benny Hill, the Mitford sisters, Marcus Tullius Cicero and the Jacobite rebellion.
Gardening magazine. On the 20th anniversary of the death of Geoff Hamilton, Adam Frost returns to Barnsdale, to pay tribute and revisit some of his own early gardening memories. Show more
Ewan McGregor narrates a series about the wildlife of the Scottish Highlands. It is spring, the most unpredictable of all seasons in the Cairngorms. Show more
Clare travels to Huntingdon Gymnastics Club to meet Olympic gymnast Louis Smith to discover if he can turn his London 2012 silver medal into gold at Rio.
A special programme presented by Kirsty Wark on the war in Syria. As the battle for Aleppo rages, what could end the fighting?
Magazine arts show. Award-winning novelist Meg Rosoff explores the relationship between art and the unconscious mind as she attempts to unlock the secrets of the creative brain. Show more
The story of Roald Dahl's greatest adventures, and how his real-life escapades find expression in his most famous books. Show more
Comedian Chris Rock explores the world of African-American hair, visiting beauty salons and barbershops. He also discovers where the hair used in weaves and extensions comes from. Show more
Professor Brian Cox reveals how Earth's beauty is created by just a handful of forces. In this episode, he investigates the building blocks of life. Show more
Alan Yentob tells the story of London's Olympic Opening Ceremony as seen through the eyes of its artistic director Danny Boyle and his creative team. Show more