Dom jumps in at the deep end, working with one of the country’s biggest water companies. Will he take to it like a duck to water or end up having an absolute stinker? Show more
Sarah Moore is joined by screen print designer Daniel Heath and clock restorer Paul Parry to rejuvenate an old writing bureau and a 1940s mantle clock. Show more
David Attenborough reveals the extraordinary ways that some animals use colour to hide and disappear into the background. Show more
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Rob Beckett hosts the quiz show where contestants must decide whether they can win the jackpot alone or need to headhunt other players to supplement their knowledge. Show more
Three pairs of builders go head to head to win jobs. The builders compete to work on a cloakroom in Sandhurst, Berkshire, and a kitchen in Ormskirk, Lancashire. Show more
George has had the news that his wife Laura’s killer may soon be out on parole. Shay and Arlo are upset, but George doesn’t know what to think. Show more
Steve Backshall plumbs the ocean depths to find an array of beautiful and bizarre creatures, from 40m-long jellyfish to grotesque angler fish and vampire squid. Show more
Monty Halls explores Australia's natural wonder. The Great Barrier Reef is vitally linked to the rest of the planet and creatures travel thousands of miles to visit. 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
Antiques series. At Gloucester Cathedral, presenter Paul Martin and experts Philip Serrell and Michael Baggott unearth some unusual items. Show more
Samira Ahmed, Dom Joly, Angela Rippon and John Robins test their general knowledge skills on this week's House of Games. Show more
Steered by his Bradshaw’s guide, Michael Portillo heads for the Hertfordshire village of Perry Green to learn about Henry Moore, one of the defining artists of British modernism. Show more
Rick Stein embarks on a series of culinary long weekends in search of food excellence and brilliant recipes. He begins his first adventure in autumnal Bordeaux. Show more
The remaining chefs compete with dishes inspired by British invention and innovation, but which two chefs will go through to the judges’ chamber and who must go home? Show more
An activist diagnosed with HIV in the 1980s searches for the therapist who gave him hope for the future, and a man shot during the Troubles looks for the nurse who was his ‘angel'. Show more
Dara O’Briain and Hugh Dennis look back on recent events with guests Tom Allen, Maff Brown, Ria Lina, Ed Byrne and Rhys James. Show more
Nothing less than the future of the world as we know it is at stake in this thriller set in the cloak-and-dagger world of international geopolitics. Guest stars Tony Way.
The day's important news stories. With Mark Urban and Kirsty Wark.
Comedy drama about a solitary man (George Clooney) who makes a living firing people. However, when he meets a pretty businesswoman, his unemotional philosophy on life falters. Show more
Seven up-and-coming jewellers make a chain collar and a sweetheart brooch, but who will the judges pick as jeweller of the week and who will go home? Show more
Summer Week sees Esme and Patrick challenging the sewers to create paperbag shorts, cocktail outfits and button-down sun dresses. Show more
Rick journeys the majestic Camel Estuary to one of Britain’s finest vineyards, before casting his line to hook Britain’s fastest fish and learning about Tim Smit's ambitious new idea for Cornwall. Show more
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