Five dealers bid against each other for items brought in by the public: a spice box, two Chinese statues, a funfair horse, a 1900s cabinet and a dummy called Steve. Show more
Jay Blades and Dom Chinea go up against each other building coffee tables out of the most unusual items. Show more
The roadshow is at Newby Hall in Yorkshire, where the finds include an intriguing letter from Lord Nelson, a piece of the set from Live Aid and a ring picked up in a pawn shop. Show more
It’s Feel Good Friday, and Mark Wright revisits his favourite exercises from the week.
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Sue Barker presents highlights of the Australian Open as the action heats up with men’s semi-finals action from Melbourne. Show more
Members of the public try to make money out of their antiques. After valuation at Ashridge House, a splendid microscope is among the items that go to auction. Show more
Marcus Brigstocke, Anna Richardson, Tom Rosenthal and Sindhu Vee test their general knowledge skills on this week's House of Games. Show more
Comedian Zoe Lyons hosts the quick-fire quiz where six plucky contestants must stay out of the light to be alright. Can anyone beat the lightning and win the £3,000 jackpot? Show more
Monty explores the extraordinary scenery of the west coast of America. In Arizona, Monty learns about cacti and marvels at the sight of them in the desert and in private gardens. Show more
Janina is in Crete on the trail of the millionaire who discovered the mythical palace of the Minotaur and the first western civilisation, but who is now mired in controversy.
Later... with Jools Holland returns to BBC Two for a special six-part winter series continuing in lockdown form. Kicking off the series, Jools welcomes singer-songwriter Arlo Parks. Show more
The day's important national and international news stories. With Faisal Islam.
Coast ventures out to the man-made shoreline of the Netherlands. Nick Crane explores how Dutch engineers created coastal defences after the North Sea flood in 1953. Show more
Boxing exorcises a troubled crew’s demons as some recall the roller coaster of settling New Caprica and the effects of their choices.
The fleet must traverse hazardous space to reach an urgently needed food source, risking ships and lives.
With millions now vaccinated, Panorama investigates the scare tactics of anti-vaxxers – who are they, and what are their motives for trying to deter people from getting the jab? Show more
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