64/100 Martin and Lucy visit a garage plot in Derby, a home in Kent and a semi in Lancashire. (R)
A couple of Staffordshire bull terriers are thought to be causing a nuisance. (R)
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16/20 Anniversary programme celebrating Longleat's 40th birthday. Lord Bath shares his memories. (R)
5/5 James unveils his big idea in front of a packed room full of NHS chefs and bosses. (R)
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2/3 Dr Clare Jackson examines the effects of the Wars of the Three Kingdoms. (R)
6/10 A german shepherd makes a dramatic escape and a cat is locked in. (R)
Including building the ultimate dance anthem and food labelling developments. (R)
The latest national and international news, plus top interviews and analysis.
The latest international news from the BBC.
Jo Coburn with the latest political news, interviews and debate.
Coverage of the men's race at the World Triathlon Series grand final.
11/20 Michelin-starred chef Michel Roux Jr begins his search for a protege. (R)
9/30 The celebrities face a daunting Pressure Test at a fashionable Thai restaurant in London. (R)
1/2 Chris Packham examines a baffling case of exploding toads in Germany. (R)
6/25 Michael Portillo visits the world's first iron-framed building in Shrewsbury. (R)
11/30 Charlie Ross and Catherine Southon go head-to-head at a car boot sale in Ardleigh, Essex. (R)
11/30 Quiz where what contestants have in common is as important as their general knowledge.
29/100 Dermot Murnaghan hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
2/2 The student quiz teams discover whether they have earned a place on the series. (R)
7/37 Two universities on either side of the Pennines, Liverpool and Sheffield, fight it out.
1/27 A trio of political enthusiasts compete against three cat lovers.
1/6 Alex Polizzi finds a fix for an exporting issue affecting a British microbrewery.
2/5 While Laura and her bridesmaids party in the limo, Paul has a big decision to make. (R)
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Parents v hospitals. Are new terror laws legal? Is the UK behind Hong Kong protests?
1/2 John Thomson and Simon Day are trained in the ways of the gaucho, Argentina's cowboy. (R)
1/12 Two British expats launch their Australian tanning range with a surprising jingle. (R)
3/3 Including the story of a German soldier caught up in a mutiny. (R)