The teams are in Shrewsbury with Christina Trevanion and experts Philip Serrell and Izzie Balmer. Christina takes a ride on the Bridgnorth Cliff Railway. Show more
Charlie and Lee are in Ledbury to design an Italian courtyard garden that reminds Miranda and Andrew of their 25th wedding anniversary in Tuscany. Show more
The team returns to Portchester Castle in Hampshire, where treasures include a Victoria Cross medal, a letter that travelled on the Titanic and a lost poem by Siegfried Sassoon. Show more
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Chefs Akis Petretzikis and Romy Gill create easy recipes for two friends with busy lives and find it hard to find time to cook from scratch at home. 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.
John Humphrys hosts heat two of the classic quiz. Tonight’s subjects include the Mughal Empire, Elizabeth Garrett Anderson and The Twilight Zone Show more
Chris Bavin travels to the pretty village of Goring on Thames to meet a determined group of grandparents who are taking on big businesses in the hope of winning gold. Show more
What lies at the bottom of the oceans? What would happen if the planet lost its oceans? Richard Hammond is going to drain the oceans to find out. Show more
An insight into modern farming life. It's early winter and, although the weather is getting colder and darker, it's a time of year that brings new life on the farms. Show more
Paul Martin presents from Sandon Hall in Staffordshire. Experts Christina Trevanion and Charles Hanson examine a silver ladle with a surprise in its bowl and a train set. Show more
Raj Bisram, Josie Lawrence, Mark Watson and Laura Whitmore test their general knowledge skills on this week's House of Games. Show more
The threat of a deadly disease forces the keepers to take action when the ankole cattle have to be screened for TB, a dangerous challenge for the biosecurity team and the keepers. Show more
Marcus brings in new apple trees and visits his native Lancashire to source some unusual sheep. Show more
Chris Packham and Michaela Strachan have rare views of the lesser spotted woodpecker, Iolo Williams is tracking adders on Mull, and Megan McCubbin gets to ring some new arrivals in a tawny owl nest. Show more
How did the Black Death change Britain? Lucy Worsley examines the latest science and explores how the huge death toll affected religious beliefs, class structure, work and women.
Ellen and Scott try to assess the pain it would cause them to break up versus the pain of staying together.
After Scott derails their counsellors' relationship, Ellen is left questioning whether she wants to continue with their own.
After Ellen grills Scott on his understanding of intimacy, both partners are left wondering if they can give each other what they need.
Boris Johnson's standards adviser asks him to explain why his partygate fine didn't breach the ministerial code. Airport disruption continues. Danny Boyle on his new series on the Sex Pistols. Show more
Chris and Rosie are joined by legendary Strictly Come Dancing judge Craig Revel Horwood and his fiance Jonathan Myring. And they ask the question: what's your beef? Show more
Lady-in-waiting Ophelia catches the eye of young prince Hamlet, but their love seems doomed as the king's brother Claudius sets his eye on the throne of Denmark. Show more
The Namib Desert is one of the oldest deserts in the world, having given rise to more indigenous species than any other. Show more
It’s summer week, and the sewers make light and airy outfits, including a summer dress, a creation from old hammocks and a two-piece trouser co-ord for a man or a woman. Show more
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