Monty Don looks at the evolution of the British garden. Monty concludes his journey by looking at the effect two world wars had on attitudes to gardens. Show more
Series following the Falkland Islands' community. On the anniversary of the Battle of Mount Tumbledown, the Rev Richard Hines treks up to the summit. Show more
Dom joins Pendle environmental crime officer Jon on the lookout for litter bugs, and in Romford hands out some Dom Donut Awards for bad parking. Show more
The Cullen family have been bringing all the fun of the fair to people's doorsteps since 1860. True North looks at this unique way of life and explores whether it's in danger of becoming extinct. Show more
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Helen Wood tells Victoria why she’s not ashamed of her past work as an escort. Plus, we hear why former EastEnders star Dame Barbara Windsor is now asking Boris Johnson for help.
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Tanya Arnold presents highlights from the latest round. Huddersfield take on Leeds. Hull Kingston Rovers face Castleford, whilst London Broncos are at home to Salford. Show more
Three pairs of builders compete to win jobs. On offer are a walk-in cupboard in Hyde, Greater Manchester, and a new porch in Surrey. Show more
Chef Ainsley Harriott guides Len Goodman on a culinary road trip around Britain. In Bristol, Len has his first taste of Jamaican food and samples some Spanish cold soup. Show more
Dave and Si continue their journey through time, celebrating British food. Here, they cook dishes from their favourite cookbooks and also meet food historian Ivan Day. Show more
Series following the lives of rural vets. Adam deals with an emergency at the small animal hospital when a dog is hit by a train, and Richard artificially inseminates some cattle. Show more
Antiques challenge. Roo Irvine and James Braxton journey from Cumbria to auction in Liverpool, learning how excessive drinking was kerbed during World War One on the way. Show more
Celebrity special of the general knowledge quiz.
Customers unbox, test and score a machine to avoid dirt indoors, a baby food blender and a fast-drying towel. Show more
In the Repair Shop today, the team restore a miniature whisky barrel, a clockwork train, wicker baby-weighing scales and a military swagger stick. Show more
Gregg Wallace is in South Shields at a clothing factory where they produce 650 waxed jackets a day. Show more
With only days to teach his Brigade how to cook the delicate dishes of Norway, Jason takes some difficult decisions about who will make up his Brigade for the final service. Show more
Regional Variations (2)
Dara O Briain and Hugh Dennis discuss the events of the week in the company of guests Tom Allen, Angela Barnes, Ed Gamble, Olga Koch and Glenn Moore.
Will the EU budge to avoid a no-deal? We talk to the Irish Finance Minister; are UK firms equipped for no deal? And we remember Toni Morrison.
Romesh Ranganathan travels to Mongolia – a country which he has almost no prior knowledge of, save for the fact that it is famously in the middle of nowhere. Show more
Families across the UK reveal what it means to be in work but still only 'just about managing' to survive. After losing their full-time jobs, Steve and his son now live in tents on the beach. Show more
Barristers Sasha and Jeremy revisit a seaside murder case from 1900 and catch up with the relative of the convicted man, who is now on the trail of a mysterious brother-in-law. Show more
Highlights of programmes on BBC Two.