Jules Hudson heads to the Isle of Arran with a novelist and her husband who are in search of inspiration from the Scottish wilderness for their £375,000 budget. Show more
The owners of three wildcard properties hand over their keys to a team of discerning neighbours in the hope of being judged to have the best house in town. Show more
Joe Lycett presents as the sewers create a 'wiggle dress' and transform three items of denim clothing, before having to fit real live models with made-to-measure jumpsuits. Show more
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Why David Lammy MP criticised an image of presenter Stacey Dooley working for Comic Relief in Uganda. Plus training hairdressers and beauticians to spot signs of domestic abuse. Show more
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Andrew Neil is joined by Margaret Hodge, Henry Smith, Sarah Elliott and Jason Cowley to look at the US/North Korea summit and anti-Semitism in the Labour Party. 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
Series following community life on Unst. Businessman Frank Strang is preparing for Shetland's biggest music festival, but will rain put paid to his ambitious plans? Show more
Series exploring the expansion of railways in the Victorian era. The team find out how more leisure time and cheap rail transport meant more freedom for working-class Victorians. Show more
Professor Iain Stewart shows that where the south of Eurasia is today there was once an ocean and how, in 250 million years, all of the continents will collide together Show more
Film-makers and scientists venture into Burma's jungles for the first time in 50 years. The team searches for Asian elephants in the mountains of western Burma Show more
Antiques challenge. It's the penultimate leg for auctioneers Charles Hanson and Raj Bisram as they road trip through Devon. Raj takes a big risk in a bid to catch up. Show more
From his Agra hotel, Michael Portillo enjoys a ringside view of the glorious Taj Mahal before heading out for a closer look and to hear the love story behind its construction. Show more
Documentary following the Royal National Lifeboat Institution. Police officer Vinny finds himself heading out into the darkness to try and rescue two teenage boys. Show more
Our class return for one final adventure. Reflecting on the past 100 years, they venture beyond, into a future filled with virtual classrooms and artificial intelligence. Show more
Filmed over six years, 42 people with Parkinson’s take part in a groundbreaking medical trial. Can the results give hope to 10 million Parkinson’s sufferers worldwide? Show more
In a sneak peak of the adrenalin-fuelled adventure series, meet the couples who are taking part in a race to Singapore - without setting foot on a plane. Show more
An exclusive look at one of the companies running asylum as a business. More on the misuse of Stem Cells. And the Momo Challenge hoax - how did it happen?
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In this first quarter-final of the series, the six winners of the heats must impress food critic William Sitwell to keep their place in the competition. Show more
The class embrace the new world of the 1980s. With robots, early computers and synths, the kids get to grips with Britain’s new high-tech future. Show more
New restaurant ideas battle for a life-changing investment - a bao bun concept seeking £575k, a Burmese supper club asking for £100k and a vegan rice-bowl stall after £250k. Show more
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