A psychologically abusive relationship saw Joanna conned into handing over more than £60,000 to a man she met online. Ash and Kym link him to over 1,000 other heartless scams. Show more
Jonnie Irwin goes property hunting in the medieval market town of Stratford-upon-Avon, joined by an adventurous and active couple who have a budget of £650,000. Show more
In the semi-final, the last four competitors groom lamb-like Bedlington terriers. The groomers must also identify the parent breeds of a number of crossbreeds. Show more
For today’s exercise session, Mark Wright is joined by Olympic gymnast Max Whitlock.
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Jo Coburn is joined by Layla Moran MP, Annabel Denham, Nick Timothy and Paul Mason to discuss the Budget, and what Nicola Sturgeon had to say about Alex Salmond at the Holyrood inquiry. Show more
Thinking Thursday with maths, drama and the Big Read.
Science series. The team look at flu and its different strains. Jem Stansfield explains the disease on a cellular level, while Liz Bonnin witnesses the manufacture of vaccines. Show more
Stacey Dooley takes five teenagers into five different industries. In this episode, she takes them to Sunderland to experience life at one of the country’s biggest contact centres. Show more
Recipes from the BBC's best-loved TV chefs. The menu features comforting, traditional recipes, including Keith Floyd's Irish stew and the Hairy Bikers' meatloaf. Show more
Two well-known experts from the world of antiques go head to head over a week of challenges. Eric Knowles goes head to head with Ochuko Ojiri in Villeneuve Les Avignon. Show more
Series exploring east Africa's Great Rift Valley. On the vast savannahs, grazers and predators struggle to outwit each other, forcing primates to develop social systems. Show more
In County Durham, Catherine Southon uncovers a collection of glass and stoneware, and David Fletcher finds a money box in the shape of a bulldog. Paul Martin visits the Oriental Museum. Show more
Nihal Arthanayake, Jake Humphrey, Patsy Kensit and Mae Martin test their general knowledge skills on this week's House of Games. Show more
Simon and the team are in Bradford-on-Avon to help single mother Fiona transform her 110-year-old narrowboat in to a thriving short rental business. Show more
In the run-up to the exhibition Harry Potter: A History of Magic, JK Rowling visits the British Library and reveals the real-life counterparts to her fantastical world. Show more
Featuring a south-facing garden in West Sussex which needs redesigning to match the expectations of its owners, Tracey and Jake, and their daughter Poppy. Show more
Some of Britain's keenest minds and brightest brains share the jokes that have them rolling in the labs. Show more
The day's important national and international news stories. With Kirsty Wark.
When a 15-year-old teenager is fatally stabbed in a park in Coventry, the forensic team must identify the murderers through evidence left behind at the crime scene. Show more
The remaining celebrities must prepare their ultimate Sunday roast, banana bread and a classic French dessert. Only the best will secure quarter-final places. Show more
It’s the quarter-final, and the remaining celebrities must prepare a celebration cake, a dish centred on chickpeas and three Asian-inspired recipes. Show more
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