Live coverage continues with gymnastics taking centre stage on day two. It is the women's team final, and England's team contains the likes of Olympic bronze medallist Amy Tinkler. Show more
Observational documentary series. Oxford Street's undercover police team try and stamp out the cup and ball gaming scam taking tourists for a ride. Show more
Property renovation series. A couple buy their first home together in Newcastle, and a new dad thinks developing a flat in Leyton in London will give him more time with his son. Show more
Paul Martin and Tim Weeks are in Bristol, collecting unwanted items to sell at a street auction without letting one local resident know the fundraising is all for her. Show more
Insurance fraudsters are caught on camera. The next stop is jail for a gang who made the mistake of thinking they could cash in by deliberately causing a collision with a bus. Show more
Natasha Raskin presents from Newark in Nottinghamshire. Experts Kate Bliss and Gary Pe are on hand to help out two teams of married couples. Show more
There is plenty of swimming taking place on day two at the Gold Coast Aquatics Centre, with nine gold medals up for grabs. Presented by Jason Mohammad. Show more
Highlights from day one of the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia. Eilidh Barbour presents with commentary by Peter Alliss, Ken Brown, Andrew Cotter and Paul Azinger. Show more
Drama series. When Mahalia's body turns up close to the border between Beszel and Ul Qoma, Inspector Borlu is surprised by the similarities to an old case. Show more
Sitcom. Matt's tryst with Danika, the girl in the box, has gone viral and network is freaking out. Show more
The latest on the Salisbury poisoning. Can protesters stop Macron's reforms? And the sound of silence.
Documentary going behind the doors of Broadway Lodge, a residential rehabilitation centre in Somerset, uncovering what is done to help people beat their addictions. Show more
Professor Mary Beard explores the controversial topic of religion and art. How, and at what cost, do different religions make the unseen visible? Show more
Episode 4: House by the Lake
57 minutes on BBC Two Scotland
Drama. April 1997, Minneapolis. Made complicit in a previous brutal killing by Andrew Cunanan, designer David ponders his own life. Show more
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