Ross Kemp presents the quiz show where a team of four take on the Bridge of Lies. One by one they must cross the bridge, stepping on the truths and avoiding the lies. Show more
A creative couple from London want to leave city life behind in search of new adventures in Gloucestershire, and Chris Bavin is on hand to guide them. Show more
Titch and his team build an adapted motorcycle sidecar for a quadriplegic ex-Special Forces soldier and create cordless drill-powered bicycles for an inter-workshop race. Show more
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In the first of two special programmes, choirmaster Gareth Malone and conductor Karen Gibson look at the stories, music and traditions associated with Easter. Show more
Fern Britton travels to Jerusalem on a life-changing journey of faith in search of the real story of Jesus's final days. Show more
Alexander and Arit visit a serene garden at a Benedictine Abbey in Scotland, a magnificent Tudor-inspired garden in Gloucestershire and a beautiful botanic garden in Cambridge. Show more
Documentary series. Maya is ten weeks old and is starting to push the family to their limits. Giles is invited to take her on BBC Breakfast. Show more
Colourful dramatisation of the birth, life and death of Christ, depicting the tensions between Herod's court and the Roman administration, and the execution of John the Baptist. Show more
Antiques series. Paul Martin presents from Wallasey Town Hall on the Wirral Peninsula, with experts Anita Manning and Nick Davies. Show more
Alex Beresford, Mathew Horne, Martel Maxwell and Chloe Petts 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
Jermaine Jenas is joined in the studio this week by Jordan North, Monki and MMA star Molly ‘Meatball’ McCann. Show more
Calum is designing and building a garden modest in size and budget, but big on ideas and inspiration for anyone starting their own gardens. Show more
Monty turns his attention to planting up his new bog garden, Adam Frost heads to a beautiful walled garden in West Sussex and we meet a national collection holder of hepatica. Show more
Life on the pilgrimage gets tough as the celebrities are challenged both physically and spiritually, struggling with lack of sleep and difficult questions about faith. Show more
A searing psychological film of Poulenc’s one-act opera, based on the iconic play by Cocteau. Starring Danielle de Niese, directed by James Kent with the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House. Show more
With the shocking news that Robert Maxwell’s body has been found in the sea, the family is left reeling. Devastated daughter Ghislaine prepares
to address the world’s media.
Panorama follows three families, as they try to cope with what is predicted to be the biggest fall in living standards since the 1950s. Show more
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
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
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