18-year-old Richelle was determined to move to New Zealand and take Mum Lorraine with her. But did a trial week persuade Lorraine she can leave her own Mum behind in Wales? Show more
Homeowners compete to have the best house in town. It is the turn of semi-detached properties in St Albans to battle it out to compete in the final. Show more
Culinary competition. Three chefs bid to represent the north west. Ellis pays tribute to the founder of the NHS with his re-imagining of a Welsh breakfast. Show more
Michael Portillo journeys through Canada's maritime provinces. He heads to the Confederation Theatre in PEI's provincial capital, Charlottetown. Show more
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A teaching union tells the programme that it's against a proposal to make teachers criminally responsible if they suspect one of their students is at risk of forced marriage. Show more
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Communities secretary James Brokenshire and shadow cabinet minister Jon Trickett join Nick Robinson along with Labour's Alison McGovern MP and Conservative MP Phillip Lee. Show more
Bill Turnbull hosts a quiz show featuring regular contributors known as the Think Tank. They answer hundreds of questions before the show, but how helpful will their answers be? Show more
Coast explores the diversity and delights of our beaches. Nick Crane digs deep to discover what it is like to live on Britain's most unusual beach. Show more
Series exploring the weird and wonderful world of Britain's collectors. The team meet a collector who has created an entire miniature town in her London home. Show more
Wildlife documentary series. In the heart of the Atlantic, Gordon Buchanan joins a team looking to discover why huge numbers of devil rays gather every summer. Show more
Richard Hammond takes on the ultimate engineering project. How do you make a planet, or a solar system, a galaxy or even a universe? To find out, he opens up his cosmic toolbox. Show more
Jeremy Vine hosts the show where every day a new team of challengers take on probably the greatest quiz team in Britain. Show more
In the Queen of the Suburbs, Ealing, Michael Portillo finds comedy at the home of British cinema and is transformed for the silver screen by expert hair and make-up. Show more
Documentary following the Royal National Lifeboat Institution. Courtown's inshore lifeboat crew must keep a girl with suspected spinal injuries immobile and afloat for 40 minutes. Show more
New entrant crofters Lynn and Sandra’s pigs go to slaughter. Raymond’s bull Major is injured in a brawl. The Rodgers face another TB test and Stevie goes buffalo shopping. Show more
Final part of an exclusive series following the construction of Crossrail - one of Europe’s largest projects and one of the most ambitious in Britain since the time of Brunel. Show more
An extended version of Newsnight. In light of the recent MP defections, Newsnight asks - is this a political earthquake or simply an angry cry of remainer frustration? Show more
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Modern crafters move in to a Victorian arts and crafts commune. This week, the crafters tackle the massive dining room in their creative communal home. Show more
Two Welsh pedigree cattle farmers battle it out at with the best of the best at Europe's largest agricultural event, the Royal Welsh Show. Show more
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