A young boy must find help after his grandfather falls on a rocky cliff face, a road racing cyclist’s career is threatened when he is hit by a car, and a motorbike rider hits black ice.
Featuring a three-bed semi in Crewe, Cheshire, a tiny studio apartment in Hammersmith in London and a mid-terrace in Colne, Lancashire. Show more
Today, the team restore a music box with a magical connection, a much-loved push-along horse, a water-damaged penny arcade game, and a remarkable old leather-backed chair. Show more
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Quiz show hosted by Shane Richie. A retired accountant, a science teacher and a PA who have never met before face a golden wall of cash worth £20,000. Show more
Len Goodman takes journalist and presenter Valerie Singleton back to Ladram Bay in Devon to relive her favourite childhood holiday, which she took in 1952. Show more
It is the morning after Zak’s boat went missing with Zak, Ike and Steve aboard and the whole of the town is out searching the sea and beachfront. Meanwhile, Jan has gone into labour. Show more
Jan needs to know who is the father of her twins, and Woody has a dark secret about his impending wedding to Tracy that he has not even told George. Show more
Recipes from some of the BBC's best-loved TV chefs. In this episode, it is party time. The treats include white chocolate lollipops from Lorraine Pascale and seafood from James Martin. Show more
The competition reaches its dramatic denouement as the final three sewers tackle celebration wear challenges and the series winner is crowned. Show more
Paul Martin presents from the town of Reading in Berkshire. Experts come across a programme from the 1935 FA Cup match between local team Reading and Arsenal. Show more
Mark Billingham, Neil Delamere, AJ Odudu and Lucy Porter face their final set of games, and the week's winner is crowned. Show more
Rylan Clark-Neal is joined by a trio of celebrity superfans to discuss all things ballroom, and Gethin Jones is at Elstree Studios to fill us in on the latest news from behind the scenes.
Nigella delivers her final serving of feelgood food. Recipes include steamed clams with Thai basil, toasty olive oil granola and griddled halloumi with a sweet chilli sauce. Show more
Sara Cox is joined by Laura Whitmore, Anita Rani, Russell Kane and Alan Davies. They share their favourite books and discuss Small Pleasures by Clare Chambers and Alan Davies’s Just Ignore Him. Show more
Gillian reports on the return of giant blue-finned tuna to Cornwall, gannets take a leap of faith in Yorkshire, and Iolo joins leaping salmon in Wales. Show more
Lucy Worsley explores the fibs of the French Revolution. Marie Antoinette’s comment, 'Let them eat cake!' is often seen to have caused the French Revolution. But did she say it? Show more
Jools chats to popstar Melanie C about her musical journey so far and her loves and influences, and For Those I Love and Mica Paris perform. Show more
Joe Biden closes in on the US presidency. Will he be the 46th President? With Emily Maitlis from Washington DC and Kirsty Wark in London.
Tigh’s imposition of martial law meets defiance from the fleet. Starbuck and Helo are surprised by survivors on Caprica.
Injured Starbuck finds herself in a hospital hiding a sinister purpose. Laura Roslin makes an appeal to the fleet.
Colonel Dax, the commanding officer of a platoon of French soldiers, is obliged to defend them when they are accused of cowardice in a court martial during World War I.
Tina Daheley investigates whether TikTok, the social media sensation of lockdown, is safe for the millions of young people who have signed up. Show more
Surgeons at Royal Papworth and Addenbrooke’s hospitals perform a high-risk double lung transplant and complex neurosurgery, where a slip of a scalpel could cause paralysis. Show more
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