In Wrexham, Charlie and the Rich brothers have a £6,500 budget to create a garden from scratch with a real WOW factor, complete with swanky hot tub area, in a brand new house.
The team tackle a chair used during the investiture ceremony of the Prince of Wales.
Brian and family are counting butterflies to help understand what more we can do to attract these colourful creatures to our gardens. Kirsty features the aeonium, an exotic evergreen that, despite its alien good looks, is surprisingly easy to keep in your home. Meanwhile, George and wife Gill are back in their allotment and making the most of August's produce.
Paul and Bob visit the River Tweed in Scotland to continue their quest to catch a salmon.
Highlights of the week's proceedings in Parliament.
The latest headlines, breaking news and sport from the BBC newsroom.
Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break.
The political stories of the day.
Join Susan Calman as she puts contestants through their paces to find out who is the Boss. Five players compete, but who will survive the leadership challenges to walk away with the cash?
Paul Martin teaches two antiques lovers the tricks of the trade and turns them into successful antiques dealers. Today, in Derby, Kate Dumelow takes on Lucy Foster-Brown.
Four months after their trip to an Israeli kibbutz, Sarah and George announce that they are married and exchange vows in front of their friends and family. James and Harry return to Ash Park, infuriating Henry.
Natural World is a series of British wildlife documentary programs, considered to be BBC's flagship natural history series. It is the longest-running documentary in its genre on British television, broadcast since its inception in 1983. The series is all about the Animal Kingdom and its habitats, so enjoy detailed unbelievable stories of incredible animals. Each episode is informative and brings a whole new perspective on animals in the most extraordinary places in the world.
In this episode the team explore how a unique ocean paradise; home to the greatest variety of whales and dolphins in the world, is under threat. Expedition Leader Paul Rose, Environmentalist Philippe Cousteau Jr, Maritime Archaeologist Dr Lucy Blue and Marine Biologist and Oceanographer Tooni Mahto dive stormy seas to investigate how a giant predator, the cannibalistic Humboldt squid, is invading this sea; and search for the threatened hammerhead shark. In an extraordinary encounter, they carry out pioneering science on one of the largest carnivores on earth - the 20 metre long sperm whale. They dive a sunken ship with a tragic human story and to search for evidence that this sea is still growing they dive along part of the San Andreas fault line, above waters heated to near boiling by the furnace of the inner earth.
This episode comes from the RAF Museum at Hendon in London. Antiques experts Michael Baggott and Mark Stacey find some real gems among the bags and boxes to take to auction. There's a nautilus shell that lights up the saleroom and some Superman film memorabilia that goes sky high. And Paul Martin explores the history of one of Britain's most famous tourist attractions; Highgate cemetery.
Jay Blades, Shaun Keaveny, Rachel Parris and Jan Ravens test their general knowledge.
Sheepdog trainers and farmers James Read from Lincolnshire and Cheshire-based James Gilman compete alongside man's best friend in the sheepdog trials at the Hope Agricultural Show in the Peak District.
Journalists Grace Dent and Amol Rajan, with the help of experts Catherine Southon and James Braxton, search East Anglia for profitable antiques. In a Jaguar and TVR, the route to auction in Eastbourne is packed with surprises at every turn - from the forgotten Victorian electrical pioneer who gave us the toaster to the Essex town which changed its name to a spice that was once grown there. The celebrity Road Trippers purchase Winston Churchill's cigar and a wind-up tinplate toy rocket - each hoping for big profits at the Eastbourne auction.
Tom sets about inventing lower calorie alternatives to takeaways and ready meals.
UNIVERSITY CHALLENGE In another first round match, Merton College, Oxford plays Wolfson College, Cambridge for a place in the second round. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions.
Michael Moseley challenges a team of doctors to diagnose a young woman struggling with dramatic weight gain and hair loss, and another who has suddenly lost her sight in one eye.
With guests Angela Barnes, Ed Byrne, Milton Jones, Nish Kumar and Romesh Ranganathan.
Sara Pascoe explores the concept of monogamy in this funny and insightful film. Through Sara's world, created through live action and animation, we discover what makes us tick when it comes to matters of the heart and how you should never underestimate the allure of a saxophone.
The day's important national and international news stories. With Emily Maitlis.
The award-winning filmmaker Louis Theroux presents his latest four-part documentary series. The series features interviews with Louis himself as he recalls his own experience, as well as conversations between him and some of his most notable contributors. Louis has added his own home movie footage and news archive to tell stories about human psychology. The series is catching thanks to Louis's personal touch, his humour and professionalism, ability to get past people's outer layers and to discover their underlying vulnerability.
Anita Rani goes back to her Yorkshire roots, exploring the lesser-known River Burn.
Kiri Pritchard-McLean and Lolly Adefope present highlights of a dramatic light festival.
The barristers revisit their investigation of a high profile poisoning case in 1911.
Highlights of programmes BBC Two.
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