A look at some of the BBC's most popular gardening programmes and personalities, presented by Carol Kirkwood. Carol explores subjects that all begin with the letter W. Show more
Ellie Harrison and Sean Fletcher visit the Black Mountains on the border between Wales and England, and Joe Sugg competes in a hedge-laying competition. Show more
Horticulturist Christine Walkden explores gardens and countryside from a hot-air balloon. Christine takes to the skies above Yorkshire and visits Scampston Hall. Show more
Series following a year in Carol Klein's garden at Glebe Cottage. In July and August there's staking to be done, roses to deadhead and cuttings of asters to take. Show more
Dougie visits Gordon Castle in Moray, the ancestral home of his new Gordon Setter puppy, while Arlene joins the grooms training to care for race horses. Show more
Matt Tebbutt takes a look back at some of his favourite recipes and best moments from Saturday Kitchen.
Rick Stein and his chefs use local ingredients to create a Christmas banquet for all his Cornish friends, including the famous comedian Jethro. Show more
Gareth Malone and Karen Gibson conclude their series by looking at Christmas traditions in Victorian times, and the archbishop of Canterbury reveals how he celebrates Christmas. Show more
Michael Buerk celebrates dishes from the time of George IV to the reign of Elizabeth II.
The Hairy Bikers create mouthwatering festive dishes and get into the spirit of the season with special guest Gloria Hunniford. Recipes include Christmas pudding trifle and bubble and squeak. Show more
Vivid adaptation of the Dickens classic about a poor young orphan who becomes a gentleman of means thanks to a mysterious benefactor. Show more
Period drama starring Emily Blunt. After a confined childhood, Princess Victoria faces a fight to become queen, then is caught between the schemes of men out to steer her rule. Show more
Today Flog It! comes from the Royal Marines Museum in Hampshire. A 19th-century Japanese woodblock print excites expert Katherine Higgins, whilst Catherine Southon discovers Show more
Eilidh Barbour introduces the best action from the World Tour Championship in Dubai, the prestigious final event of the season to determine the European Tour’s number one player. Show more
In a catch-up special, Angela Scanlon discovers what happened next for some of the most memorable entrepreneurs to have survived the Den and relives tough and funny moments from recent series. Show more
Gone Christmas Fishing follows Bob Mortimer as he returns to his childhood roots in Middlesbrough to fish and reminisce with his dear friend and angling mentor Paul Whitehouse. Show more
Romesh Ranganathan spends a week visiting the isles of Skye, Harris and Lewis, guided by local crofter Donald 'Sweeney' Macsween. Show more
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Oscar-winning adaptation of Mario Puzo’s epic bestseller. Vito Corleone heads a major Mafia ‘family’ in 1940s New York, an enterprise his youngest son, Michael, hopes to escape. Show more
Drama series in which people around the world deal with their superpowers. When villains lay siege to a bank, Angela sends in HRG and her new walking weapon. Show more
Drama series about people with superpowers. Peter takes on a dark ability to save the world in a gamble, hoping it won't destroy him and all he loves first. Show more
Fiona Bruce presents topical debate with an audience from Chelmsford. Panellists include Robert Buckland, Wes Streeting, Malcolm Turnbull, Anand Menon and Julia Hartley-Brewer. Show more
Chloe and Cameron become completely estranged when she finds out that they are competing for the same job. Sacha and Jodie continue to stick together against the naysayers.
Highlights of programmes on BBC Two.