Nicki Chapman catches up with past house-hunters who have found a better quality of life on the Dorset coast. Show more
Jay Blades upcycles a bedroom chair, upholsterer Leigh-Anne Treadwell gets creative with a swivel chair, and designer Daniel Heath tackles a sideboard. Show more
Sheriffs Rob and Gerald are called to remove a group of squatters from a family business, and Tommy goes in search of a debtor on the beautiful Welsh coast. Show more
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Jo Coburn is joined by Damian Hinds MP, Layla Moran MP, George Monbiot and Poppy Trowbridge, to discuss the resignation of a key adviser to Boris Johnson amid infighting at Number 10. Show more
John Torode sifts through archive cookery clips linked by the letter E, including Raymond Blanc's chocolate eclairs and eels and mash from Tony and Giorgio. Show more
Len takes television presenter and actress Janet Ellis back to the New Forest to reminisce about the holiday of her lifetime, which she took back in 1963. Show more
George’s house is even more full of waifs and strays than usual, and he’s feeling the pressure. Show more
The potters return to Stoke-on-Trent for more tests of their skills and creativity. The six potters must build a five-foot garden sculpture and transform an ordinary chimney pot. Show more
Following British tiger expert Giles Clark, as he hand-rears Sumatran tiger cubs at home. Spot and Stripe are now outgrowing Giles's home and developing adult tiger behaviours. Show more
Antiques series. Paul Martin presents from Sandon Hall in Staffordshire. Experts Christina Trevanion and David Fletcher choose items to take to auction. Show more
Steve Backshall, Catherine Bohart, Dr Ranj Singh and Meera Syal test their general knowledge skills on this week's House of Games. Show more
Gethin Jones dishes up more backstage gossip and behind-the-scenes action from the world of Strictly. Show more
Jermaine Jenas is joined on MOTDx by England legend Eni Aluko. Josh Denzel visits the team at Art of Football, and Craig goes to watch FC United of Manchester in the FA Cup. Show more
Novelist and activist Kit de Waal follows the most prestigious literary award in the English-speaking world - the Booker Prize. Show more
Tom urges a pub to exploit its stunning location. He takes up the case of landlords struggling with inflated beer prices. And he learns about Jamaican-run pubs in south London. Show more
Gary Lineker follows in the footsteps of his late grandad, Stanley Abbs, to explore a brutal but often overlooked chapter of the Second World War. Show more
The worlds of TV collide as stars from the BBC and ITV go head to head in this very special episode of University Challenge for Children in Need. Show more
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As a split emerges at the heart of Downing Street, how will the prime minister adapt?
Kat Downes presents highlights as the world’s finest players face off on the fairways and greens of Augusta National in one of golf’s major tournaments. Show more
Michael Palin revisits his fourth travel series – a journey to explore the Sahara Desert. Fans including Sir David Attenborough and Joanna Lumley reflect on his achievement Show more
Angela Scanlon, Ellie Taylor and Geoff Norcott take a light-hearted look back at the year 2000, from Kylie's iconic gold hotpants to Anne Robinson becoming TV’s most feared woman. Show more
Exploring what it is like to work on devastating cases, like the murder of Alesha MacPhail and the disappearance of Julie Reilly. Show more
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