54/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Derbyshire, London and Kent. (R)
A six-year-old girl awakes to find her mum unconscious and bleeding from the mouth. (R)
14/20 The heir hunters look for relatives of a Northamptonshire man who left an invalid will. (R)
18/31 Monty Don travels to Cambridge for a tour of the gorgeous garden at Clare College. (R)
Nigel finds three melt-in-the-mouth one-pot dishes with origins from around the world. (R)
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8/20 Keepers help inoculate endangered Grevy's zebra against an outbreak of deadly anthrax. (R)
Live coverage of the second day's action at the Women's British Open, with Hazel Irvine.
24/60 Paul heads to Dudley's Museum to see the work of local artist Percy Shakespeare. (R)
40/60 Quiz where what contestants have in common is as important as their general knowledge.
128/160 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions. (R)
19/31 Carol Klein is at Logan Botanic Garden near Stranraer, famed for its exotic borders.
Live coverage of a heavyweight semi-final between Leeds Rhinos and St Helens.
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8/9 Eric takes on the role of Hamlet, and the boys re-enact a scene from Singing in the Rain. (R)
Kirsty Wark with the latest on the crisis in Calais, and an Ebola vaccine breakthrough.
6/6 Richard Wilson looks at Samuel Beckett, speaking to Ian McKellen and Hugo Weaving.
In a post-apocalyptic world, a father and his son fight for survival.
1/2 Historian David Olusoga uncovers the untold stories of Britain's slave owners. (R)
The irascible Cream drummer Ginger Baker reflects on his sixty-year career. (R)