Celebrities choose TV moments that shaped their lives. Myleene Klass talks openly about her first big break in television and fronting pop sensation Hear'Say. Show more
Kate Humble and Ben Fogle return to Longleat Safari Park. As summer continues, keepers attempt to keep the rhinos cool by encouraging them into a mud bath. Show more
Anita Manning presents from the Royal Highland Centre in Edinburgh, as experts Paul Laidlaw and John Cameron help a mother and son take on a mother and daughter. Show more
Creative culinary competition. Danny Parker is trying to recreate the flavours of an American barbecue but the veteran chef is dubious about one of his ingredients. Show more
Tina Daheley presents. The programme features a baby who survived against all the odds. There is a look at the state of prisons, and swimmer Adam Peaty answers viewer questions. Show more
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Series charting how the First World War affected Britain. With the country unprepared for war, the whole population is enlisted to turn Britain into a war machine. Show more
Richard Osman presents the fast-paced quiz show where what contestants have in common is just as important as their general knowledge.
Food programme exploring specialities from around Britain. Brian Turner and Janet Street-Porter explore culinary and historical treats from the area along the Thames. Show more
Recipes from the BBC's best-loved TV chefs. The menu features comforting, traditional recipes, including Keith Floyd's Irish stew and the Hairy Bikers' meatloaf. Show more
Series exploring east Africa's Great Rift Valley. On the vast savannahs, grazers and predators struggle to outwit each other, forcing primates to develop social systems. Show more
Series following a family who moved to Kenya to run a safari camp. Drought starts to make life difficult. Frank is concerned about a herd of orphaned elephants. Show more
Documentary series. David Attenborough meets the earth's most astounding herbivores, whose prey is armoured, indigestible and sometimes poisonous. Show more
The Roadshow returns to Tredegar House, where finds include a locket given by Queen Victoria, a Welsh-made classic car and an implement for creating tattoos. 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.
Mel Giedroyc presents the game show where pairs of contestants go head to head to crack a series of passwords in an attempt to take home £2,500 in cash. Show more
The bikers have made it as far as southern Europe. Starting in Venice, they ditch their bikes in favour of a more elegant form of transport - the gondola. Show more
Four modern-day confectioners use original recipes to recreate a Victorian sweet shop. The sweet makers are in their own workshop in Blists Hill, Shropshire. Show more
Romantic comedy. Forty-year-old divorcee Jack mistakes Nancy for his blind date. Nancy decides to go along with it and so begins the most chaotic journey of her life. Show more
In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines. With Evan Davis.
BBC security correspondent Frank Gardner and explorer Benedict Allen journey through Papua New Guinea, to fulfil Frank's lifelong dream of seeing birds of paradise. Show more
Celebrity genealogy series. Sports broadcaster Clare Balding visits New Jersey and New York, where she uncovers an extraordinary dynasty. Show more
Gabriel Weston uncovers extraordinary cases that are revealing new discoveries about the human body, including a girl with two hearts and a man who can sing two notes at once. Show more