A police team try to recover what they suspect are some very expensive stolen vehicles, and a ring and a very prestigious Bentley are put up for auction – and the money returned to the public purse. Show more
Nicki Chapman helps an animal-loving house hunter from Oxfordshire find a new village community in Dorset, ideally close to the coast. Show more
In Palermo, Michael takes in the art and architecture of the futurists and feasts on a Sicilian speciality - spaghetti and sardines. Show more
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Jo Coburn is joined by Clive Lewis, Bernard Jenkin, Philip Collins and Julia Hartley-Brewer to discuss a new law on social gatherings in England, and today’s emergency Brexit talks. Show more
Susan Calman hosts the quiz show of tactics, knowledge and nerve. Contestants must work as a team, but ultimately there can only be one Boss. Show more
Paul Martin teaches two antiques lovers the tricks of the trade and turns them into successful antiques dealers. Today, in Stafford, marketeer Dawn takes on saleswoman Mariyah. Show more
Classic naval drama in which the captain of a World War II minesweeper-destroyer is relieved of his command by his officers. A dramatic court martial ensues.
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John Humphrys marks the 75th anniversary of the start of the Blitz in south Wales, learning about the Nazi bombing campaign there and how it affected those who experienced it. Show more
Flog It! comes from Grittleton House in Wiltshire. Antique experts Mark Stacey and Michael Baggott find objects to take off to auction. Show more
Dev Griffin, Alex Horne, Debbie McGee and June Sarpong test their general knowledge skills in their penultimate set of games. Show more
Flower farmer Natalie from Worcestershire and arable farmer Cate from Gloucestershire use flowers from their farms to create stunning floral displays. Show more
Paralympians Danny Crates and Liz Johnson shop their way around Suffolk and Essex. Will a Victorian table or a meerschaum pipe secure the biggest profit? Show more
Michael makes a scenic journey from Stockholm to Abisko. Michael celebrates Midsummer in Marielund, learns to decorate a Dala horse in Mora and takes an icy dip in one of the country’s 96,000 lakes. Show more
Classic routines about transport from Michael McIntyre, Gina Yashere, Lenny Henry, Rachel Parris, Chris McCausland, Jason Manford and more Show more
Stuart and the family rush to the hospital to be by the bedside of Stuart’s dad Willie. Needle-phobic Stu is asked to have a blood test, and a drunk Ted tries to make things better with his wife Kate.
Frankie Boyle tackles the biggest issues troubling the planet, making a string of bold statements which he then picks apart with the help of Sara Pascoe and a variety of comic guests. Show more
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Giles Coren and Monica Galetti head to the Andean Cloud Forest of Ecuador to work at Mashpi Lodge, a $10-million modernist hotel. Show more
Are new coronavirus rules an unnecessary restriction on our freedom? The latest on UK-EU trade talks and the death of Diana Rigg. With Kirsty Wark.
Harry looks at the history of history documentaries as he finds the funnies in surprising places. Show more
Property developer Tim hits a million-pound problem in the mill he is converting into apartments, while less than a mile away, Anne and her friends face losing their homes to a redevelopment scheme. Show more
Nick Knowles challenges three artists to create works to mark a buyer's tenth year of singing in an award-winning choir. Show more
Barristers Jeremy Dein and Sasha Wass re-examine the drowning of a wife and mother in Victorian Bath. Show more
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