Philip Serrell and Stephanie Connell begin their road trip in Cockermouth, Cumbria, and they struggle to make it to the Kendal auction when their classic car breaks down. Show more
Fugitive hunters in Spain chase an elusive drugs kingpin who sold almost a tonne of cocaine, while police in Derby want to send a convicted Polish kidnapper back home. Show more
Nick Knowles takes to the road to catch up with families and communities featured on DIY SOS over the last two decades and to find out what happened after the cameras left. Show more
The BBC News at Nine with in-depth discussion and analysis as well as breaking news.
Princess Latifa of Dubai has not been seen in public since she was captured as she tried to escape her country on a boat. In his first UK interview, her cousin tells us he wants answers. Show more
Stay up to date on the day's top stories, with the latest breaking news as it happens.
Jo Coburn is live from Conservative Party conference in Manchester, where she is joined by Lord Finkelstein, the Guardian’s Helen Pidd and Polly Mackenzie from Demos. Show more
Ore Oduba hosts a high-tension, fast-paced quiz where contestants battle to outrun the Hardball - if it overtakes them, it is game over. Show more
Jeanette Kwakye presents live coverage as Qatari gold medal favourite Mutaz Essa Barshim is in action. And there is action from qualifying in the women’s 400m hurdles and men’s 3000m steeplechase. Show more
Gabby Logan presents as British duo Adam Gemili and Zharnel Hughes attempt to climb the 200m podium. The man to beat is Noah Lyles - long tipped to be the next Usain Bolt. Show more
Sheepdog trainer Katy welcomes three suitors to her home to try out rural life in the remote Cumbrian fells, and Sara heads to the Cumbrian coast to deliver some love letters to dairy farmer David. Show more
The day's important national and international news stories with Emily Maitlis.
Jo Coburn presents highlights from the Conservative Party autumn conference in Manchester.
Mark Horton discovers how Harlech Castle would have looked when it was built to subdue the Welsh in the 13th century. Neil Oliver is at Criccieth Castle. Show more
At the start of 1933, Hitler is the chancellor of Germany but he does not have absolute power. He sets his sights on dismantling the German state. Show more
Batuhan, who has muscular dystrophy, takes his driving test in an attempt to gain independence, and the villagers of Cheavely in Cambridgeshire try to save their local church. Show more
Kevin Duala sets out to expose charity scammers. In this episode, the story of a once popular charity fundraiser who faked cancer to trick his own family out of thousands. Show more
Highlights of programmes on BBC Two.