Simon Schama explores the history of British portraiture. Simon looks at the eternal power of portraiture and sees how it can foster loyalty and control. Show more
Documentary exposing rip-offs. With fake job scams on the rise, the team unpicks how the fraudsters make their ads so plausible - thanks to actors posing as employers. Show more
Reality series following stolen possessions. A pub landlord in Bristol tracks the criminals who try to steal his caravan and a young woman turns detective to find her stolen phone. Show more
Fiona Bruce and the team return to Hanbury Hall in Worcestershire. Items include an enormous fishing rod, a narwhal tusk, a piece of trench art and shiny buttons. Show more
Victoria looks at the problem of vaginal injuries during childbirth. Plus she hears from the parents of a man killed by an offender on probation and discusses school exclusion. Show more
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Andrew Neil is joined by work and pensions secretary Damian Green and defence secretary Michael Fallon at the Conservative Party conference. Show more
Quiz show hosted by Mark Benton. Contestants must answer questions correctly to get the chance to bowl for cash prizes. Show more
Classic sitcom. Peggy, Ted and all the staff decide to rally round to protect Fred and his threatened horses.
Stately sitcom. DeVere moves his multinational grocery business to the manor and crosses swords with Audrey over a fireplace.
Mark Williams hosts the quiz where knowing the answers is only half the battle and contestants need to find the link between the answers to win. Show more
Paul Martin and experts Anita Manning and Will Axon are at Wells Cathedral in Somerset. The team finds an intricate, bone walking cane and some stunning miniature paintings. 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.
Karen Hardy gives her expert views on the routines and judges' comments from the weekend. And we listen to the songs some of the couples will be dancing to in Movie Week. Show more
Creative culinary competition. Three of the most exciting talents from London and the south east region are competing for a place in the national finals. Show more
Creative culinary competition. Ronnie Murray takes a risk with one ingredient by serving it at three different temperatures - warm, deep fried and frozen. Show more
In Israel, the Bikers visit the 2,500-year-old archaeological remains of the world's first poultry farm and also get a freaky glimpse into what is next for poultry. Show more
Evan Davis meets the prime minister, and there is a discussion of the war with ISIS for Mosul and an interview with Britain's newest Nobel Prize winner. Show more
Dominic Sandbrook takes a look at a dynamic decade. This episode looks at how the early 80s saw new forces of choice and consumerism reshape British life. Show more
Andrew Marr discovers why Scotland has changed so much politically. Andrew looks back at the historic Scottish Independence Referendum of 2014. Show more