Eric Knowles learns how to get started as a metal detectorist. The teams are on the hunt for some profits with help from experts Charles Hanson and Nick Hall, but will they pass Eric’s challenge? Show more
A beloved gramophone, which reminds the owner of her music-loving grandad, and a old slide projector belonging to a photography enthusiast are among today’s transformations. Show more
Monty is at Longmeadow, enjoying the colours of late summer in the garden, while Adam Frost, Carol Klein and Frances Tophill get an exclusive preview of Gardeners’ World Live at the NEC. 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.
Following people trying to build a house on less than £100k. Kevin and Lesley have designed an eye-catching home which echoes the waves of the nearby sea. Show more
Paul Martin teaches two wannabe antiques dealers the tricks of the trade. Today, in Liverpool, shop manager Dean is up against mosaic artist Freya.
Rick Stein makes his way to Ireland, a country with a rich culinary tradition involving fish. There he samples salted ling from Cork, wild smoked salmon, fresh sea trout and a sea moss pudding. Show more
Chris Packham presents the series that examines Britain from an animal's point of view. Chris burrows into the grassland to observe the eating habits of starlings. Show more
Antiques series. Paul Martin presents from the Milestones Museum in Basingstoke, which recreates the streets of Victorian and Edwardian Hampshire. Show more
Lucy Beaumont, Shazia Mirza, Joe Thomas and Jake Wood test their general knowledge skills on this week's House of Games. Show more
Preparing for Petersfield Farmers' Market are Mike and grandson Jan, hoping to sell their cheeses and home-grown veg, and Phil and Sue, who are selling their 100-year-old secret-recipe sausages. Show more
Isa Guha presents highlights from the opening day of the fourth test between England and India from the Oval. Show more
A look at Pembrokeshire’s wild and rugged coast, where life is defined by the rhythm of the seasons and the power of the sea. Show more
Wonse’s wildcard swap of Vimes with a version from a parallel world endangers Sybil, as the rest of the Watch are in prison.
Carcer Dun’s apocalyptic plan is initiated, but betrayals and the settling of old scores cause complications in the unexpected aftermath.
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Unlike any other host before or since, Ruby was revolutionary in meeting more female guests than male. This episode looks back at these revealing, entertaining and unguarded meetings. Show more
The remaining four of this week's celebrities prepare calamari and tartare sauce, then cook for Mitch Tonks, one of the UK's top fish specialists. Show more
In this week's quarter-final, the remaining three contestants compete for two semi-final spots. They must cook for previous finalists Phil Vickery, Andi Peters and Craig Revel-Horwood. Show more
Derek has rain, wind and even a little bit of sun when he takes the circular route around the Great Orme. He braves the elements – and his nerves – to abseil down a section of the massive rock. Show more
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