Dom Littlewood takes a hair-raising trip up a double-decker car transporter as he follows the delivery of an iconic British motor from the factory to the forecourt. Show more
Sarah Moore and her team of designers repurpose a record player, an old slate clock and an airline engineer's uniform. Show more
The Hairy Bikers are exploring an area close to Dave’s heart – Cumbria and the Lake District. They cook a fantastic Cumbrian breakfast, a summer vegetable strudel and a Thai feast. Show more
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Items include a pair of wooden pillars from HMS Victory and a dandy's outfit when visitors bring their treasures to the forecourt of the British Museum in London. Show more
The team receive not one but two of Scotland’s rarest predators – white tailed eagles – and have to use all their experience and expertise to try and get them back to the wild.
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Antiques series. Flog It! comes from Leicester's De Montfort Hall and the experts hunting out the best antiques to take to auction are Claire Rawle and Thomas Plant. Show more
Sean Fletcher, Louise Minchin, Chris Washington and Kimberly Wyatt test their general knowledge skills on this week's House of Games. Show more
Janette Manrara chats to three of the remaining couples and finds out all the latest backstage news and gossip. Plus the latest from inside the training rooms.
In this episode, there’s a woodland symphony composed using the sounds of fungi, and Chris and Michaela search for signs of the beaver kit born at Wild Ken Hill. Show more
Since the first star lit up the universe, they have been engines of creation. Professor Brian Cox reveals how, ultimately, stars brought life and meaning to the universe. Show more
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The first in a groundbreaking two-part series following four people with dementia and their families over the course of two whole years. Show more
This episode looks at the effects on those with dementia as the pandemic hits and Britain goes into lockdown. As social interaction helps keep the brain active, it proves to be a very difficult time.
A visit to the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh includes Russian jewels, a rare Maori box, a priceless football trophy and three paintings by female artists who deserve to be better known. Show more
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