Musician Labrinth explores different ways to use your voice in everyday life. He reveals techniques and skills to get your message across in a variety of situations. Show more
Stoats playing outside in the wild. They interact with each other and move around the habitat they live in.
Property redevelopment series. Presenters Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a mid-terrace in Derby, a flat in Surrey and a two-bedroom cottage in Burnley, Lancashire. Show more
Antiques experts Eric Knowles and Kate Bliss go head-to-head at an auction in Wareham in Dorset. As they battle the bidders for the best bargains, who will come out on top? Show more
Antiques experts Eric Knowles and Kate Bliss do battle once again in the stands and stalls at Newark Antiques and Collectors Fair. Who will make the most money for their charity? Show more
Series following crane operators across the UK. This episode sees the team struggle with wind on a windfarm in Cornwall and the retirement of the company's oldest employee. Show more
Ronnie Corbett looks at our obsession with pets. He looks at the popularity of cross breed, or 'designer', dogs, and meets a poodle who has fathered four hundred puppies. Show more
HARDtalk is in Cape Town to meet Francois Pienaar who captained the South African rugby team when it won the World Cup in 1995. Show more
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Martin Dorey travels around Britain in his classic camper van. In the Yorkshire Dales he finds a rather surprising bird that lays giant eggs. Show more
Science history with Fred Dibnah. Fred visits Cornwall to look at the early history of the steam engine, first developed to pump water from mines. Show more
Claire Winstanley wants to treat her daughter Tasmin, a singer in a Girls Aloud tribute band, to a weekend in Paris, and hopes the team can locate enough items to fund the trip! Show more
Wildlife adventure series following a team of explorers in the heart of the tropical island of Borneo. They find extraordinary cave paintings made by an ancient rainforest people. Show more
Michaela Strachan and Steve Leonard present a series featuring orphaned and rescued orangutans in Borneo. Steve tries to rescue a baby orangutan being illegally held in a village. Show more
Detective drama series featuring two female police officers. Chris and Mary Beth fall out over the arrest of a drug rehabilitation counsellor. Show more
Department store sitcom. Mr Rumbold has been taken ill. Since Mrs Slocombe has asked to be considered for a career advancement, she is placed in charge. Show more
Sitcom. Rene and Leclerc escape from the Communist Resistance with the view to collect a ransom from General Von Klinkerhoffen. Show more
Fiona Bruce and the team reveal some of the most valuable bootsale buys in the history of the Antiques Roadshow, and Hilary Kay recalls some saucy objects that made her blush. Show more
Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan. A team of medical and scientific minds featuring Kevin Fong, Rosemary Leonard, Ed Coats, Yan Wong and Ian Campbell meet the Eggheads. Show more
Zoe Ball presents all the backstage gossip and behind-the-scenes action from the world of Strictly Come Dancing, including the latest news from inside the training rooms.
Gardeners try to save the nation's rich horticultural heritage. Rachel De Thame champions the art of topiary, and James Wong looks at rooftop gardens. Show more
In the final, the chefs have three hours to create an exceptional three-course meal for judges Michel Roux Jr, Monica Galetti and Gregg Wallace before the champion is crowned. Show more
Documentary. Cold War submariners talk more openly than ever before to reveal how the underwater arms race took ballistic missiles beneath the Arctic ice. Show more
Current affairs. Energy bills have gone up by around a quarter in the past four years and politicians from all sides say they are determined to bring them down. Can they deliver? Show more
James Runcie examines how the Blitz influenced the work of novelists Graham Greene, Henry Green and Elizabeth Bowen, and American poet Hilda Doolittle. Show more
Six young people trace their family histories to find out what life was like in post-war Britain, discovering how society has changed. Show more