General knowledge quiz show hosted by Nick Knowles.
3/3 Canon Clare travels to York for the vote on women bishops. (R)
3/6 A charity talent competition see a huge turnout and an eclectic range of acts. (R)
1/15 The air ambulance crew rescue a man who's had a serious fall at a remote building site. (R)
6/6 It's the grand final. Who will be crowned the winner of The Big Allotment Challenge? (R)
1/10 Tim Wonnacott meets locals with their precious antiques at the Bristol Harbour Festival. (R)
Sarah Montague speaks to Nigerian minister Osita Chidoka as the 2015 election approaches. (R)
Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break.
The latest international news from the BBC.
Coverage of some of the day's debates in the Scottish Parliament.
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn are joined by former Labour minister Andrew Adonis.
Cagney is forced to work with a former lover on a narcotics case.
14/26 As Allied troops prepare to defend Burma, they are confronted by the Japanese. (R)
3/7 Polar animals race to rear their young during times of plenty under the midnight sun. (R)
Frank's search for work leads him to become a wholesale ironmongery salesman. (R)
Sam wonders why Daphne and the Major are having an intimate Chinese dinner. (R)
Jeffrey tries to sort out his marital problems. (R)
15/60 Presenter Paul Martin finds out about the history of the health farm at Champneys. (R)
A party political broadcast by the Scottish National Party.
14/60 Quiz where what contestants have in common is as important as their general knowledge.
140/160 Quiz featuring the country's top quiz champions. (R)
7/8 Faizan dreams of running a kite-surfing school in Mauritius. Can he persuade his partner?
5/6 The sewers are tested on their ability to work with tricky and technical fabrics.
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1/7 It's 1788, and dawn is breaking over the Australian penal colony for British convicts.
5/7 Professional darts players and comedians team up for a knockout tournament.
An in-depth look at the day's stories and issues affecting Scotland.
Analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with James O'Brien.
2/2 Steve Hewlett examines how growing up in the spotlight has affected William and Harry. (R)
5/6 Rick Stein is in Australia, a country he fell in love with on his first visit. (R)
1/4 Fergal Keane examines what it means to be part of a community in modern Britain. (R)
Programmes will resume at 04:00
A look at the origins of Magna Carta, a document underpinning British liberties since 1215
From destruction to entertainment - impressive use of waves in every day physics.
1/3 Richard Hammond investigates the hidden mysteries of everyday weather.
Inspirational British medal-winning Olympians talk about their lives and careers. (R)