Charlie Ross heads to Nottinghamshire, where experts Steph Connell and Mark Stacey lend their expertise to the red and blue teams as they go head-to-head. Show more
Jay Blades and the team restore a mosaic table in hundreds of pieces, a well-loved family recipe book and an art deco clock. Show more
Michael Portillo’s rail adventure along the south coast of Wales reaches the town of Port Talbot, known across the world for its steel production. Show more
Mary Beard brings her trademark wit and probing curiosity to an interview with a very special guest - Booker-nominated British-Turkish novelist Elif Shafak. Show more
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Chefs Jeremy Pang and Anna Haugh team up with mother and son Julie and Rich from Birmingham. In the 10-Minute Challenge, an iced bun and some wasabi really test the chefs. Show more
Jeremy Vine hosts the show where every day a new team of challengers take on probably the greatest quiz team in Britain. Show more
People donate items to be auctioned off for a community member. Paul Martin hosts a pop-up auction for an inspirational Gloucester woman. Show more
Impending changes come hard for Ryan, Renee, Hazel and Shannon. A letter for Kam sparks excitement.
Customers unbox, test and score a smart toothbrush, ecofriendly cleaning products and a unique baby change mat. But only one can win the Customer is Always Right trophy. Show more
Simon Reeve travels around the edge of the Indian Ocean. This first leg of his journey takes him from South Africa to Mozambique, and on to Zanzibar. Show more
Antiques series. This episode comes from the RAF Museum at Hendon in London. Antiques experts Michael Baggott and Mark Stacey find some real gems. Show more
Milton Jones, Ria Lina, Martin Roberts and Briony May Williams 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 tries to help Maeve, Valerie struggles to confront Princess, and Sid has to deal with a patient who is convinced she’s dying.
Rick explores the postwar British modern art movement in the seaside town of St Ives, before fishing for a mullet at the Lizard Peninsula and learning about Cornwall's unusual emblem at Land's End. Show more
Clive Myrie asks the questions in another semi-final. The specialist subjects are Jean Harlow, Porridge, Alexander the Great and the World Snooker Championship. Show more
The grand final sees the last two teams left standing compete to be crowned series champions. Show more
Ghislaine Maxwell’s media mogul father Robert begins the extraordinary Maxwell family saga. Secret tapes tell an inside story of his mysterious death. Show more
The day's national and international news stories. With Kirsty Wark.
As more people than ever report struggling with their sleep, Michael Mosley uses the latest science to explore how this impacts our health and what can be done to improve our sleep. Show more
In the face of pressure to go green, Adam Henson explores how he can change his farming habits and still pay the bills. Charlotte Smith investigates 'greenwashing'. Show more
The Roadshow visits the Bishop’s Palace in Wells in Somerset, where treasures include a precious ring from Thailand and a plaque from a pub that could be of national importance. Show more
Nine home cooks arrive for the second week of heats, ready to prepare two signature dishes. Show more
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