Eric Knowles heads to Sussex, where experts Raj Bisram and Nick Hall join the teams as they search for the best items to sell at auction. Show more
Chris and Lee are in Stone to create a fun family garden for Chloe and her daughters that also serves as a space to remember their late husband and dad Errol. Show more
At the V&A, Rodin’s sculptures are on the move, curators turn the page on a giant pop-up book, and photographer James Barnor reveals the tricks of his trade. Show more
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Jo Coburn is joined by Tim Loughton MP, Carolyn Harris MP, Paul Mason and Katharine Birbalsingh to discuss Northern Ireland, political leadership and the menopause.
A father and son who rear heritage pig breeds on a smallholding on the Wirral team up with Ellis Barrie and Romy Gill to learn new ways to prepare pork. 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.
James Martin explores home cooking. James creates three meals from a single ham hock and prepares his take on tartiflette, a popular Alpine dish. Show more
Chris Bavin meets a multicultural group of Bloomers in Wednesfield, the West Midlands. This is only their second time competing in Britain in Bloom. Show more
Barristers Sasha Wass and Jeremy Dein investigate the mysterious murder of a Yorkshire farm owner in the 1930s. Did a clandestine love affair lead to a brutal killing? Show more
Ten aspiring interior designers compete in a commercial design challenge to redesign Oxfordshire show homes. Presented by Alan Carr with judge Michelle Ogundehin.
Paul Martin presents previously unseen finds from the show's travels round the country, visiting Muncaster Castle, the Bowes Museum and Norwich Cathedral. Show more
Alex Jones, Jessica Knappet, Rob Rinder and Karim Zeroual test their general knowledge skills on this week's House of Games. Show more
Ben and Kate return to Longleat, where a lion needs surgery to amputate part of his tail. Kate gets a surprise with the Eland babies, and Ben has a brush with a gorilla. Show more
Rick arrives in Perigord, famous for black truffles, walnuts and duck dishes. He cooks enchaud, a traditional pot-roast pork, before heading towards the balmy shores of the Med. Show more
Sara Cox is joined by comedian Darren Harriott to host pizza night. Five of the nation’s top pizza takeaways roll into Manchester to stoke up the wood-fired ovens for an epic battle. Show more
Husband and wife Chris and Rosie are joined by a celebrity couple and star guests to poke fun at life. And they ask the question that kickstarts relationship re-evaluations: what's your beef? Show more
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The couples continue their weekly therapy with Dr Orna Guralnik. Matthew makes a connection between his troubled sex life and his reasons for drinking.
Sara is joined by author and presenter Richard Osman, comedian and Guilty Feminist Deborah Frances-White, actor David Morrissey, and DJ and presenter Vick Hope. Show more
Countryfile this week visits the breathtaking coastline of Mount’s Bay in Cornwall and explores the magical St Michael’s Mount. Matt Baker is in for some extreme gardening. Show more
In the 18th century, trade and conquest funds an explosion of creativity, and art stirs a growing social conscience. Show more
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