The keepers are trying a new strategy to get the koalas mating - they have paired up two couples in separate enclosures. But aggression soon threatens the breeding programme. Show more
A collection of beautiful fabrics collected in the Middle East and some vintage games consoles that represent a happy childhood are among today's transformations. Show more
Monty welcomes the Duchess of Cornwall to Longmeadow, where she shares her love of gardening. He also carries out some seasonal maintenance on the mound, while Nick Bailey visits Knoll Gardens. Show more
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Gameshow hosted by Mel Giedroyc. Contestants go head to head to crack a series of passwords in an attempt to take home £2,500 in cash. Show more
Jeremy Vine hosts the show where every day a new team of challengers take on what is probably the greatest quiz team in Britain, made up of some of the country's top quizzers.
Nigel cooks seven dishes that make quality ingredients go further, proving we can treat ourselves without breaking the bank. Including chicken and leek pie. Show more
Comedy. The fourth form monsters' latest trick is their best ever – they have burned down the school! When the girls stand trial, they are miraculously freed, and a new reign of terror begins. Show more
Rick takes to the seas off the north of Scotland in search of the underrated herring. Along the north east coast, he also discovers a little-known delicacy - the wolffish.
Wildlife documentary. Orphaned baby kangaroos are raised by a tough Aussie living in a tin shack in the desert outback. He has to be mum to a whole family of roos. Show more
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Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Jodie Kidd, Jamali Maddix and Suzi Perry test their general knowledge skills on this week's House of Games. Show more
Two farming families rely on Ludlow’s farmer’s market to sell their produce: David and George with their premium ciders and Liam and Alice with their harvested vegetables. Show more
Athletics from Lausanne, where the world’s best battle for much-needed Diamond League points as the season nears its dramatic conclusion. Show more
Vimes’s misgivings over those vying to seize the sword distract him from the dangers of trying to destroy it.
Cheery’s history in the mine that houses a second artefact leads to a painful homecoming, while Vimes and Sybil face off against assassins.
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The series opens with one of Ruby's last interviewees - Donald Trump - in a tense encounter and uncomfortable watch for Ruby. Plus the central figure of the trial of the 20th century: OJ Simpson. Show more
Cricket highlights from Headingley of the second day of the third Test between India and England.
The first week of heats continues. Nisha Katona, the owner of the restaurant chain Mowgli, challenges the four remaining celebrities to cook an Indian recipe from her menu. Show more
In this week's quarter-final, the three contestants must cook for three former Celebrity MasterChef champions: Riyadh Khalaf, Kimberly Wyatt and Angellica Bell. Show more
Sally is on the cusp of retiring and dreams of a new life with sea views, but can a week by the East Sussex coast convince her reluctant husband Gary that it’s time for a move? Show more
Series following a year in Carol Klein's garden in Devon. It is spring and Carol must clear away the last of the winter debris and prepare for the garden's renewal. Show more
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