Series reuniting people who were part of major news events. The campaigners who helped bring about a law banning handguns in Britain after the Dunblane tragedy meet once more. Show more
Angela Rippon, Gloria Hunniford and Julia Somerville investigate the loopholes and gaps in the law catching many people out. Show more
Series telling the stories of people whose lives have been transformed by a loan. A dad-of-five wants to launch his own business - a unique ice cream van. Show more
From 20-stone pumpkins to man-sized marrows, this documentary digs into the colourful world of Welsh giant vegetable growers as they fight it out in the first show of the season. Show more
Both Eddie Attwell and Tommy Heaney attempt desserts featuring chocolate tennis balls, while Joery Castel cooks poffertjes, a traditional Dutch pancake. Show more
An actor and model tells Victoria how she was sexually harassed by Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, plus a powerful look at the scale of heroin abuse in the UK. Show more
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Andrew Neil is joined by chief secretary to the treasury, Liz Truss and shadow brexit minister, Jenny Chapman, for the latest news from Westminster. Show more
Fern Britton presents an appeal on behalf of Dreams Come True, who help children and young adults with serious medical conditions to realise a dream. Show more
Fiona Bruce trawls more magic moments from the archives of Antiques Roadshow and looks at some of the youngest visitors on the show.
Coast travels around the Welsh coast from the border with England in the south on the Severn estuary, to the northern English border on the Dee estuary. Show more
Kieran Long and Piers Taylor revisit the people building a home for less than £100k. Sumati's home in the Scottish Borders is still incomplete and threatened by wind and rain. Show more
Discover the amazing ways nature has found to survive in the extremely testing land of the wild west. Show more
Michael Portillo rides the railroads of the United States. In the capital, he visits the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, and the offices of the Washington Post. Show more
An insight into modern farming life in Scotland. Spring arrives for the farmers. In the north, John is expecting more than 6,000 new lambs, so hires in extra staff. Show more
Antiques series. Paul Martin, Catherine Southon and Claire Rawle are in Leicester, where the 100-year-old De Montfort Hall plays host to their valuation day. 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.
Neil Oliver and Tessa Dunlop present their insiders' guide to the North Sea coast, a stretch book-ended by two huge estuaries, the Forth and the Humber. Show more
Episode 3: Work
59 minutes on BBC Two Scotland
Jacques Peretti learns how we went from clocking on and off to checking our work email at all hours. How did work go from being what we do to who we are? Show more
Following Manchester's murder detectives over the course of a year. The team's ongoing enquiries lead them to visit a homeless shelter, where another horrific crime comes to light. Show more
Host Rhod Gilbert is joined by Juliet Kinsman, Grace Dent and Hal Cruttenden to analyse the teams' performances and meet the latest candidate to be fired. Show more
With Kirsty Wark. Condemnation of Harvey Weinstein, tensions between the chancellor and the prime minister, the US football kneeling row and Edward Heath's closest advisor.
Gordon Buchanan journeys across Ethiopia to find out how the tribes here can live so close to hyenas, a fierce predator loathed and feared by many people. Show more
The astronaut candidates fight for their place in the final. Their leadership skills are assessed in a survival test and they head off to the Kennedy Space Centre in Florida. Show more