Simon's team is in Warwickshire to turn a 200-year-old turret into a medieval-themed B&B. The tiny two-floored building may look like a turret on the outside, but on the inside it’s a bland office. Show more
In Monmouthshire, on the Bristol Channel, a 100-year-old lighthouse is the venue for Simon and his team’s latest project. Show more
Nigel Havers hosts as five dealers bid to buy items brought in by the public, including an old French hairdryer, a 1950s boat bar and a dummy called Jolly Jim. Show more
Yvonne and Julian help raise awareness for Mental Health Awareness Week and celebrate Troy Kotsur’s win. They also meet a professional deaf ballroom dancer and a spiritual life coach. Show more
The last semi-final challenge marks ten years since judges John and Gregg were sampled on the hit single Buttery Biscuit Bass. Each cook must design a dish inspired by that song. Show more
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Jo Coburn's guests are Conservative MP Tobias Ellwood, the leader of the Scottish Labour Party Anas Sarwar MSP, Drew Hendry MP of the SNP and public relations consultant Jo Tanner. Show more
Ready Steady Cook keeps it in the family with sisters Julie and Debbie. Both are interested in healthy meals that they can make without hours in the kitchen. Show more
Jeremy Vine hosts the show where every day a new team of challengers take on what is probably the greatest quiz team in Britain, made up of some of the country's top quizzers.
TV chef James Martin explores home cooking. James shares some of his ultimate comfort food recipes and meets one of only three pure chocolate makers in the UK. Show more
Top criminal barristers investigate the 1937 murder of a young lady in Leighton Buzzard, found strangled to death with her own scarf in an alley known as a local ‘lovers lane’. Show more
Colin Stafford-Johnson and Lucy Cooke explore the country's forests, investigating pine martens, beetles and wild boar. Colin also visits Kielder Forest. Show more
The nine remaining interior designers take part in a commercial design challenge to transform hotel rooms. Presented by Fearne Cotton, with judge Michelle Ogundehin and guest judge Jade Jagger. Show more
Antiques series. Paul Martin presents from Norwich Cathedral. In the great nave, experts Thomas Plant and David Fletcher pick out some choice items to take to auction. Show more
Gemma Cairney, Tim Key, Gabby Logan and Jeff Stelling test their general knowledge skills on this week's House of Games. Show more
Simon and his team take an enchanted journey to Somerset, where owners Sue, David and Katie have asked for help to create a fairytale treehouse. Show more
Reshmin Chowdhury presents live Women’s Super League coverage from the Emirates as league leaders Arsenal face rivals Tottenham Hotspur in the north London derby.
59 minutes on BBC Two Wales HD
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Last year, football almost changed forever. But just three days after its announcement, the European Super League was dead. Why did the owners think they could get away with it? Show more
The day's important national and international news stories. With Mark Urban.
John Simpson looks at the long-term strategic picture of the war in Ukraine, how it is reshaping the global economy and what impact it could have on climate change. Show more
43 minutes on BBC Two Wales HD
Available for 10 months
An expedition team including wildlife cameraman Vianet Djenguet venture into war-torn South Sudan in the hope of rediscovering the extinct northern white rhino. Show more
Dame Mary Berry teaches three novice cooks delicious recipes. With a helping hand from Scarlett Moffatt and Janette Manrara, Mary heads to London to lay on a special birthday feast. Show more
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