Alan Dein visits the allotmenteers of Hastings to find out what their land means to them. Read more
Alan Dein visits the allotmenteers of Hastings to find out what their land means to them.
Zoo for Sale
Alan Dein visits a private zoo up for sale in Borth, Wales, to meet owners and animals.
An Occasional Island
In the highest flood in living memory Alan Dein meets the people of Muchelney, Somerset.
Alan Dein meets Dave Clifford, who swapped the police beat for a job at a London academy.
Wheelchair Pusher Needed
Alan Dein meets Terry, in a wheelchair after a stroke, and Robert, who pushes him along.
New School: Under Construction
Alan Dein follows the building of a new primary school... but where are the pupils?
New School: The First Year
Alan Dein follows the mixed fortunes of a new primary school in its first year.
It's a Bargain
An insight into the lives of two Yorkshire van drivers who transport items traded on eBay.
Rocking the Rails at Castle Cary
Idyllic Castle Cary Station is a sleepy one man show - until Glastonbury comes around!
The Longest Walk
Alan Dein follows two men as they try to walk 100 miles in 48 hours with no sleep.
A fly-on-the-wedding cake documentary about Mimi and Ryan's big day.
St James' Gardens in Liverpool
Alan Dein visits a once derelict park in Liverpool to see how important it is to its users
Freeminers in the Forest of Dean
Alan Dein meets the Forest of Dean 'free miners', still digging coal in their 70s.
Rooms for Rent
Alan Dein's back with the story of two Norfolk landladies and their ill-assorted lodgers.
Going, Going, Gone
Adrian and Mahroof preside over a Sheffield auction where even derelict properties sell.
Christmas at Sandringham
Alan Dein joins 3 coachloads of merry-makers at the Sandringham Hotel in Weston-super-Mare
Sirens of Yorkshire - Community First Responders
Julie Gatenby meets the Community First Responders of East Yorkshire.
The Show Must Go On
The show must go on as pub singer Pat Mallon prepares for major surgery. With Alan Dein.
Waxing and Filing - Jade's Beautiful Dream
Intimate waxing, nails and gossip. Up close and personal with beautician on a mission Jade
Spirit of Battle
Alan Dein zigzags Britain hot on the heels of a wrestler breaking into the big time.
Getting the House Ready
Repainting, plumbing, chaos and memories - a family turns a home into a wedding venue.
The Roman Way
Alan Dein tracks the fast-moving story of a squatter who takes over a pub in Luton.
The Death Doulas
Alan Dein meets doulas in Lewes, Sussex, who are companions to the dying.
Branscombe Chalet Owners
Beach chalet owners in Devon battle the authorities to rebuild after the storms.
Gregor Marshall wants to be a racing driver like his famous father, Gerry. Can he make it?
The Horses of Holme Wood
There are many horses on the Holme Wood estate, but Bradford Council wants rid of them.
Last Port of Call
Alan Dein visits an old mariners' home on the banks of the River Mersey.
Jam, Jerusalem and an Awful Lot of Glitter
What do the Women's Institute and the gay club scene in 1980s New York have in common?
Sails and Oars Only - Oyster Fishing on the Fal
Alan Dein meets the oyster fishermen of the Fal whose livelihoods are threatened by E coli
Alan Dein finds renewed community spirit in Rotherham following the sex abuse scandal.
Holy Island: Should I Stay Or Should I Go?
Alan Dein meets the islanders of Lindisfarne, who coexist with millions of tourists.
My Class My World
A remarkable West Yorkshire primary school with new pupils arriving from across the world.
Herd under the Hammer
Alan Dein meets the farmer selling his herd of 1,000 dairy cows after 35 years of milking.
The Adoption Party
Prospective adoptive parents meet children waiting to be adopted at a party.
The River Cam
Alan Dein tackles the crowded waters of the River Cam.
The Glastonbury Tales
Alan Dein takes a pilgrim bus to Glastonbury with African and Afro-Caribbean Catholics.
The Life of Reilly
Alan Dein follows musical stand-up comedian Christian Reilly on the comedy circuit.
Care for Claire
Alan Dein hears how a community has helped following the death of two youngsters.
Alan Dein meets pensioners who have transformed their home into a school for bullied kids.
Goodbye to Boleyn
West Ham are moving after 111 years. Alan Dein chronicles life on the streets on match day
Alan Dein meets a 108-year-old family firm of funeral directors.
The Joy of Belonging
Roy chats to author Catrin Collier whose new historical novel is about Owain Glyndwr.
The day's main news stories, topical debate and interviews.
Women working in war zones
Two women who lead humanitarian missions in Syria and Yemen.
Edinburgh: the second coming
Edinburgh: the second coming with Rose Johnson and Darren Harriott