Natasha Raskin-Sharp is leading proceedings today from Stamford Meadows in Lincolnshire. Mark Stacey and Gary Pe are the experts helping the reds and blues spend their £300. Show more
The owners of three terraced houses in Cardiff hand over their keys to a group of their knowledgeable ‘nosey neighbours’. Show more
Culinary competition. It is the last chance for the north west chefs to impress. Ellis's dish is dedicated to the staff who saved his brother's life. Show more
Paul Murton takes a tour of Scotland's lochs. Paul discovers the strategic wartime importance of Loch Ryan, and walks the old railway line towards Loch Ken. Show more
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Jo Coburn and guests James Cleverly, Jo Swinson, Lara McNeill and Rachel Sylvester look at knife crime, Labour’s anti-Semitism allegations and the issue of school funding. Show more
Tanya Arnold presents highlights and analysis from the fourth round of the Super League as the 2019 season enters its second month. Show more
Ray Mears crosses the Australian desert, showing how to wring water from these barren lands and how travelling light is the key to success on such an epic journey. Show more
Nick Crane meets the Onion Johnnies, who for nearly 200 years have pedalled their produce around Britain, giving people a stereotypical image of a Frenchman. Show more
The history hidden in Britain's boozers. Dave takes Si on a pub tour of his Lake District home patch, following in the footsteps of Wordsworth and Coleridge. Show more
Documentary revealing Mexico's astonishing wildlife, landscape and culture. Mexico is a vast country, dominated by a great chain of mountains, the Sierra Madre. Show more
The second instalment of this road trip adventure with Paul Laidlaw and Claire Rawle begins in the city of Sunderland and ends at auction in East Boldon, Tyne and Wear. Show more
Michael Portillo resumes his rail journey from Lucknow to Kolkata. He visits the Buddhist monks of Bodh Gaya, and is given a lesson in meditation. Show more
Documentary following the Royal National Lifeboat Institution. As storm Ophelia hits the British Isles, the Rosslare crew try to rescue a small yacht with three people on board. Show more
Gregg Wallace is in Italy at an enormous pizza factory, where they produce 400,000 frozen pizzas each day. Show more
The fabrics in the haberdashery go technical, as the seven remaining home sewers take on man-made fabrics designed for sport and the great outdoors. Show more
Senior medics tell Newsnight that hospitals are likely to experience delays to cancer testing regardless of the outcome of the Brexit deal. Show more
There are some 70 islands in the Orkney archipelago but just how much of a challenge is it to keep all these islands connected? Paul Murton makes a grand tour of Outer Orkney. Show more
It's the second week of heats and seven more hopefuls need to pull out all the stops to prove to judges John Torode and Gregg Wallace that they have potential. Show more
Charting the career of Bill Viola over 12 years, following him as he creates a permanent video installation for St Paul's Cathedral. Show more
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