John Craven and Anita Rani are in Herefordshire exploring the county's foodie culture. (R)
1/4 Monty Don travels to Rome to explore some of the most extravagant gardens ever created. (R)
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22/31 Monty Don adds some late summer colour to his ornamental grass borders. (R)
18/26 Carole and Jim trial a professional grade compost that is available to amateurs. (R)
Sheffield Wednesday entertain Stuart Pearce's Nottingham Forest. (R)
James Martin takes a look back at some his favourite recipes from Saturday Kitchen.
Coverage of the final day, including the men's and women's eights.
Coverage from the women's race at the World Triathlon Series grand final in Edmonton.
The three-day eventing competition concludes with show jumping.
17/30 Items in Oxford include a Chinese snuff bottle and a miniature grandfather clock.
1/3 Simon Reeve takes a 25,000 mile journey as he treks around the equator. (R)
1/12 Two British expats launch their Australian tanning range with a surprising jingle. (R)
1/2 John Thomson and Simon Day are trained in the ways of the gaucho, Argentina's cowboy.
1/5 It's the morning of Laura and Paul's wedding, and Becky must deal with an excited bride. (R)
Comedy about a working-class boy stumbling through his first year at Bristol University.
Franco-Mexican Stephane returns to Paris and falls for his neighbour.
46/52 Raf is pushed to his limits when he discovers Harry's father Billy has joined the board. (R)
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