14/15 Council officers are shocked by a takeaway flouting food hygiene regulations. (R)
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26/26 Fiona Bruce and the experts make a return visit to the magnificent Wentworth Woodhouse. (R)
2/10 This episode features an unlikely call to a big bird loose in the Sussex countryside. (R)
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18/20 An heir hunt that went all the way to Australia reveals the story of mass emigration. (R)
24/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Kent, Peckham and Whitehaven, Cumbria. (R)
4/20 Dom helps a couple of newlyweds who have had a series of problems with their new car. (R)
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3/20 Hammersmith and Fulham Council investigate a landlady and her tenant. (R)
19/32 Lanarkshire is the setting for a double bill of the antiques challenge. (R)
Coverage of the start of the men's all-around final in the gymnastics.
47/60 Nick Knowles challenges contestants to achieve perfection and win £1,000. (R)
A couple from Herefordshire want a rural retreat with green credentials in Derbyshire. (R)
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19/20 Can Australia provide a fresh start for the Savage family following tragic times? (R)
12/30 The experts uncover some prehistoric axe heads and Parisian opera glasses. (R)
45/70 Quiz in which contestants try to score as few points as possible. (R)
Featuring the men's springboard final. Plus the men's high jump and long jump finals.
John Sergeant celebrates the Lancaster and the people whose lives were associated with it. (R)
1/3 Dr Clare Jackson argues the case that the Stuarts were Britain's defining royal family. (R)
3/3 The engineers building Crossrail race to build ten new train stations across London.
Including a catch-up of the results in boxing, diving and the gymnastics.
With Robert Peston.
1/3 How the Georgian New Town in Edinburgh has endured since its construction. (R)
2/2 Can the tobacco industry be trusted when it says it does not seduce young people to smoke? (R)
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