To celebrate 20 glorious years of Bargain Hunt, Eric Knowles takes a look back at some of the best and worst buys our reds and blues have come up with. Show more
The quiz show where players must avoid Impossible answers to stay in the competition. 19 people start today’s show. but how many of them will survive to face the £10,000 question?
Today in the Repair Shop, the team restore a scoreboard that once belonged to a snooker legend, an old newsagent’s clock, a treasured metal box and an old wooden barber’s chair. Show more
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The Hairy Bikers continue their epic 5,000-mile bakeation with a visit to Lyon. They make a tarte aux pralines, saucisson-stuffed brioche and learn the secrets of nougat. Show more
Quiz show hosted by Shane Richie. Three players who have never met before face a golden wall of cash worth £20,000 and try to hang onto as much of it as possible. Show more
Paul visits some of the most beautiful and remote spots in Britain. Crossing the Sea of the Hebrides, Paul heads to the Isle of Ewe, and onto the Summer Isles.
Comedy drama. Everyone is talking about George and Fiona's not-so-secret clinch after the cricket match, and Robbie unsurprisingly moves into attack mode. Show more
Joe Lycett kicks off ten weeks of the most perplexing patterns, eye-popping transformations and stunning made-to-measure garments yet. Show more
Wildlife series. The Andes is the longest mountain range in the world and home to astonishing hidden worlds, extraordinary animals and remarkable people. Show more
Today Flog It comes from Rochester Cathedral in Kent. Antiques expert Elizabeth Talbot finds a rare Peter Rabbit book, and Adam Partridge discovers a Concorde necklace. Show more
Mike Bushell, Aisling Bea, Sunetra Sarker and Dion Dublin face their final quizzes, and the week's overall winner is crowned. Show more
Northern Ireland’s first charcuterie maker Alistair is joined by Kenny and Jennifer, as they aim to sell their home-reared chorizo and meat at the Irish Game Fair. Show more
Nigella Lawson shows how cooking can make us feel better and more alive. This episode focuses on ensuring a cosy, comforting vibe, with recipes for chai muffins and fish tacos. Show more
Rebecca Front, Sophie Ward, Ade Adepitan and Bill Bailey discuss this week’s book group picks, Fifty-Fifty by Steve Cavanagh and Sophie Ward’s Love and Other Thought Experiments. Show more
Gregg Wallace is in France at an enormous croissant factory where they produce 336,000 flaky pastries a day. Show more
Monty shares his tips on how to feed the birds over the coming months, plants raspberries both in the ground and in a pot, and makes a start on lifting his tender salvias. Show more
Jools chats to Celeste, the BBC’s Sound of 2020, about her musical journey so far, and there are performances from The Lathums and Joesef. Show more
The day's important national and international news stories with Faisal Islam.
Angered at Laura's actions, Adama mounts a raid on her ship. Starbuck must meanwhile fight for a relic.
Unprepared for power, Colonel Tigh’s command has a shaky start. Stranded crewmates struggle to survive back on Kobal and Caprica.
Colin Jackson investigates the hidden extent of eating disorders in British sport and asks what the authorities should be doing to tackle the problem. Show more
The award-winning series returns to show more pioneering work from some of the UK’s top surgeons. A patient’s body is drained of blood to remove life-threatening clots in her lungs Show more
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