After a life full of adversity, boxer Lee Selby has the chance to become world champion.
Two teams of amateur collectors have an hour to acquire the best bargains with £300.
Series follows life at Mucky Pups, owner Leanne Couch and the rest of the Couch family
Programmes to mark the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain.
Join Clare and Alison for the latest news, sport and weather in the Channel Islands.
David Dimbleby presents a live debate between the leaders of the main opposition parties.
All the reaction to the BBC election debate, live from Westminster Central Hall.
The latest stories making waves from the capital
The latest national and international news
The latest news for Northern Ireland.
The latest news, sport, weather and features from Oxfordshire and the surrounding region.
The regional news programme for the West of England
The annual Henry Wood Promenade Concerts, featuring orchestral classical music
BBC Radio 3
Current affairs series examining the issues affecting the lives of people around Scotland
The latest news from Wales
Comedy series starring CBBC's Barney Harwood and Nev the Bear
Wildlife cameraman Gordon Buchanan spends a year with a family of wild black bears
Comedy-drama series about housemates who are actually a werewolf, a vampire and a ghost
An intimate and revealing portrait of flautist Sir James Galway.
A series of tribute films to Britain's best loved entertainers.
Snooker-themed game show (1991-2002) presented by Jim Davidson and John Virgo.
On board a helicopter, the British isles from an aerial perspective.
Celebrities explore the Blitz history of their home cities.
Quiz programme hosted by Bob Monkhouse, based on Bingo (1984-1990).
Colin and Ewan McGregor explore Bomber Command, a rarely told story from World War II.
A look at burglaries in the UK and the people affected by them.
David Frost hosts a Sunday morning news and current affairs programme
Uncovers the stories behind historic buildings as they are dismantled and resurrected.
Dallas Campbell reveals the hidden wonders beneath our feet.
Anne Robinson puts British spending habits under the microscope.
Joan Bakewell visits Haworth in Yorkshire, home of the Brontes. (1977)