Nicki Chapman presents a compilation of some of the greatest escapes to Scotland including a couple relocating eight hundred miles to fulfil their rural Scottish dream. There's also a focus on how the country's diverse architectural styles have shaped its landscape and a chance to enjoy a few highlights from presenter adventures away from the house hunt.
Charlie Ross and experts Roo Irvine and Tim Weeks take today's teams bargain hunting at Newmarket racecourse in Suffolk, before heading to Norfolk for the auction. Charlie also learns about polar discovery at the Scott Polar Research Institute in Cambridge.
Angela Scanlon helps couples try before they buy as two rival architects reveal radical new visions for homes using virtual reality, but which will be built in the real world?
In this landmark Living History Series, a Victorian Tenement in the heart of London's East End has been painstakingly brought back to life. A group of 21st century people are moving in to experience the tough living and working conditions of the Victorian poor.
All the latest news from the BBC, which is a service provider funded by a licencing fee paid by British households. It is regulated by Ofcom, and aims to educate and inform, but also entertain, it's audience. The content produced by the BBC is intended to be impartial, and it was established in 1922, with headquarters in Westminster, London.
Five players compete to win the case containing the most cash.
Actress and baking expert Jane Asher presents a collection of wonderful recipes from some of the Britain's best loved television chefs in this cookery series. With recipes from Mary Berry, Paul Hollywood and James Martin, to name but a few.
Quiz show in which teams of challengers are pittied against acclaimed quiz show champions known as the 'Eggheads'.
Steve Brown delivers a selection of some of the finest properties from the Escape to the Country archives. Today the focus is on the county of Shropshire, an increasingly popular destination for rural escapees. As well as presenting stunning homes, there are also great moments from the programme's explorations of the county's heritage, traditions and industries, past and present.
Mrs Thatcher's leadership style and judgement on Europe and the Poll Tax create splits in her Cabinet and public anger leading to the challenge that ends in her dramatic downfall.
Food writer Rachel Khoo takes Fred to Vienna to experience exquisite coffee and cake, comforting dumplings, and mangalitza pork schnitzel from a trailblazing chef.
Presenter Sandi Toksvig puts three celebrity panellists to the test in a Quite Interesting quiz. The comedy show is informative as it asks questions that are obscure with "obvious but wrong" answers.
Cesare bids the club a fond farewell. Mark Crane surprises the squad by announcing coach Chris Booth as caretaker manager. Petey is furious at being passed over. Mattie is finally selected to start a match but after a disastrous result the players are forced to attend "Mattie Sullivan's Pints of Sorry" evening where loyal fans are offered a drink and a chance to meet the team. Meanwhile Benji employs a social media manager in an attempt to increase his online followers, and Chris Booth takes on a sports psychologist in an attempt to boost team performance.
Match of the Day
Newsnight is a weekday BBC Television current affairs programme which specialises in analysis and often robust cross-examination of senior politicians, and occasionaly provides extended editions giving full coverage of especially significant events. It is presented by Kirsty Wark, Emily Maitlis and Evan Davis.
Racism in the Ranks
Reality show in which budding entrepreneurs and inventors stand before five successful business people. They pitch their professional ideas hoping one of the dragons will invest in their company, idea or product.
Join writer, filmmaker and historian, David Olusoga, on a journey into Britain's past, as he chronicles the last 180 years of history, through the perspective of a single home and its residents.
Jay demonstrates how to make a closet organiser, Danny Clark gives us a lesson in hedge trimming, and Alyse Folwer shows how easy it is to grow your own cucumbers. Russel Harris fixes up a wooden chair, and there's advice on everything from upcycling and transforming an old mirror to fitting your own wooden banister.
Highlights of programmes BBC Two.
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