Nicki Chapman shows a family from London around Kent before taking a trip down memory lane at her mum's beach hut in Herne Bay. Show more
Jay Blades and the team restore a very loyal teddy bear, a wall clock that once hung in a school and a set of vintage golf clubs. The bear has been with owner Wendla since 1934. Show more
Monty gets stuck into some seasonal jobs at Longmeadow, while Nick Bailey heads to Bodnant Garden in north Wales. Show more
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Jo Coburn is joined by Labour's Barry Gardiner, the Conservative MP Andrea Leadsom, John Nicolson from the SNP and Annabel Denham from the Institute of Economic Affairs think-tank. Show more
Best friends Alison and Tracy team up with chefs Anna Haugh and Akis Petretzikis. As usual, the 10-Minute Challenge puts them to the test with random ingredient combinations. Show more
Quiz in which teams from all over the UK battle to beat the formidable Eggheads.
People donate items to be auctioned off for a community member. Neighbours celebrate a Somerset man who spends all his time helping others, despite being in his 90s. Show more
Death again reunites the residents, but some relationships are beyond repair. Sabine pulls an outrageous stunt.
Customers unbox, test and score a GPS cat tracker, sticky heel pads and a bamboo spork. But only one can win the Customer is Always Right trophy. Show more
Monkey Planet discovers how primates are individuals with a sense of self and why brainpower is essential to primate survival. Show more
Paul Martin revisits previous Flog It! locations and presents all-new valuations. Experts touch down at Bletchley Park, the Ulster Transport Museum and Crowcombe Court. Show more
Babatunde Aléshé, Richie Anderson, Jo Caulfield and Carol Smillie test their general knowledge skills on this week's House of Games. Show more
Comedian Zoe Lyons hosts the quickfire quiz where six plucky contestants must stay out of the light to be all right. Can anyone beat the lightning and win the £3,000 jackpot? Show more
Jimmi meets Sutton Vale’s nurse, and Princess sees an opportunity with Valerie. Bear aids a charity worker asking for help for her daughter, but all isn’t as it seems.
At Golitha Falls, where the River Fowey tumbles down to the sea, Rick meets Dawn French, who has made Cornwall her home. Later, he boards the world's busiest chain ferry and cooks up a delicious duck. Show more
Kate and Guddi meet Miriam, a young woman with debilitating endometriosis, as she comes face to face with the source of her pain, as well as John, who has a problem with his kidneys. Show more
Eight regional champions cook their main courses in a bid to secure a place on the menu of a banquet celebrating 100 years of British broadcasting. Alison Steadman is the guest judge. Show more
Sandi Toksvig looks into some origins and openings, with Josh Widdicombe, Susan Calman, Rich Hall and Alan Davies. Show more
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Two years after Hospital revealed the challenges of Covid-19 at the Royal Free London, we revisit the trust as it grapples with the longest waiting lists in its and the NHS’s history. Show more
Street artist Dale Grimshaw gets to know Patrick, who was famously photographed carrying an injured man to safety during a Black Lives Matter demonstration in 2020. Show more
Stanley Tucci explores Bologna, seen by many as the food capital of Italy. He breaks open a fresh cheese wheel with Massimo Bottura and meets the niece of Federico Fellini. Show more
Michael Portillo begins a new railway journey along the south coast of Wales. He visits a largely intact Roman amphitheatre and learns about the regeneration efforts in the mining town of Six Bells. Show more
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