Highlights of programmes on BBC Two.
Gardening magazine. It’s cherry harvest and cherry-tasting time in both Beechgrove and in sunny Joppa. And Kirsty creates a piece of living wall art. Show more
Michael heads to the splendid Walmer Castle, home during the 1920s to a Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports, Lord Beauchamp, whose openly homosexual lifestyle led to his exile from the country. Show more
Adventurer Paul Rose heads for Wensleydale in this three-part series about the Yorkshire Dales. He finds out why cycling is so popular and meets a family of Dales dormice. Show more
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Hazel Irvine and Gabby Logan introduce the latest action from Tokyo, where the USA hope for a third consecutive gold in the women’s team gymnastics.
Anita Manning and the team are in Harrogate, doing battle around the huge antiques fair. Today’s competitors go head to head led by experts Kate Bliss and Mark Stacey. Show more
Junk makeover show. Sarah Moore is at Witley Recycling Centre, where she finds an old card table, a lightweight wardrobe and a bag of high-end vintage clothes. Show more
Veteran farming family the Dunns and retired businessman Stephen are all heading to Ryedale to show off their finest sheep. For Stephen, this is a chance to carry on his wife’s legacy. Show more
Margherita Taylor is on a mission in the Dorset countryside, helping a couple with £500,000 find a property with space for entertaining and a baby grand piano. Show more
Celebrities hunt for antiques across the UK. Top Italian cooks Antonio Carluccio and Gennaro Contaldo are on a road trip around East Anglia. Show more
Members of the public try to make money out of their antiques by taking a risk at auction.
Richard Osman hosts as comedian Shappi Khorsandi, journalist and newsreader Michael Buerk, actress Amanda Abbington and comedian Elis James test their general knowledge skills. Show more
The park sees the formation of its first ever all female wolf pack; can this girl power last? The aardvarks do some work to get dinner, and Jean hears why cockroaches are amazing. Show more
Michael Portillo ventures down under to ride aboard the legendary Ghan Railway. At Bond Springs Cattle Station, Michael discovers the story of cattle king Sidney Kidman. Show more
Some of the largest paintings ever seen at the V&A are unveiled, Manuel’s costume from Fawlty Towers goes on show, and the museum’s oldest
teddy bear has a special visitor. Show more
Jeanette Kwakye presents an in-depth look at today’s action from the Olympics, which featured Simone Biles going for gold in the women’s gymnastics, as well as the women’s triathlon.
The day's important national and international news stories. With Emily Maitlis.
Neil Oliver explores the birthplace of his seafaring hero Lord Nelson, Mark Horton joins a fishing smack crew and Tom Anderson revisits a sunken ship. Show more
David Olusoga meets nurses, doctors and health workers from overseas who have transformed the NHS in spite of hostility and discrimination. Show more
Barristers Sasha and Jeremy investigate an infamous Scottish murder case from 1862, in which a compelling alternative suspect may have been the true killer. Show more
A Premier League footballer's house is targeted twice by burglars of high-value properties – but they are quickly caught thanks to a helicopter fitted with heat-seeking cameras.
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