Antiques series. The experts dispense advice and insider tips on commemorative ware and Michael Baggott finds a set of rather special paper plates.
Angela Rippon, Gloria Hunniford and Julia Somerville meet tower block residents who have been told their homes are dangerous in the wake of Grenfell. Show more
Garden renovation series. The team is in North Walsham to help Tony and Christine, who were caught up in the 2015 Tunisian terrorist attack. Show more
Four food producers with fledgling businesses come to test out their products on the locals in Malhamdale. In the penultimate heat, producers of drinks compete. Show more
Chloe Tilley presents the BBC's daily news and current affairs programme with original stories, exclusive interviews, audience debate and breaking news. Show more
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Jo Coburn is joined by Lucy Fisher and Christopher Hope to look ahead to the crucial votes on the EU Withdrawal Bill in the Commons. Show more
Highlights from the Super League. St Helens v Hull, Warrington v Castleford, Leeds v Huddersfield, Wakefield v Wigan, Hull FC v Salford and Catalans v Widnes. Show more
Three pairs of builders go head to head to win jobs. In Battersea, Sam wants a kitchen makeover, while in Stretford, Elizabeth and Sean need their fireplace fixing. Show more
Ray Mears explores the world of bushcraft, the art of living outdoors relying on knowledge of the natural world. Ray builds a traditional canoe made from birchbark.
It's June, and the team heads up to Dartmoor to discover the ways in which Edwardian farmers took advantage of this unique and spectacular landscape to add to their income. Show more
The second outing for Charlie Ross and James Braxton takes them to Sussex, Surrey and Hampshire. Along the way, they take in some of the finest Roman mosaics in Britain. Show more
Richard Osman hosts as comedian Shappi Khorsandi, journalist and newsreader Michael Buerk, actress Amanda Abbington and comedian Elis James test their general knowledge skills. Show more
Michael Portillo joins the Sons of Liberty aboard ship in Boston harbour. Will he help rebels jettison 112 crates of East India Company tea? Show more
Chris Packham and Michaela Strachan are live again from the Gloucestershire countryside with badgers, blue tits and the Sherborne River camera. Show more
Evan Davis examines whether Trump and Kim are style or substance. Plus an attempt to make sense of the current Brexit row and the changing advice over breast or bottle feeding. Show more
The six remaining home cooks must first impress the judges with the perfect chocolate pudding, before competing in a challenge using a key ingredient. Show more
Two-part documentary series. Simon visits Mandalay and travels to a conflict zone to meet a rebel army who have been fighting the Burmese military for decades. Show more