Radzi Chinyanganya introduces live coverage of the Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea. The action includes the women's curling gold-medal match, the conclusion of the four-man bobsleigh and the men's ice hockey gold-medal game.
Radzi Chinyanganya introduces continued live coverage of the Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea. The action includes the women's curling gold medal match, the conclusion of the four-man bobsleigh and the men's ice hockey gold-medal game.
The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.
Gary Lineker is joined by Alan Shearer and Frank Lampard to present highlights and analysis from the day's Premier League fixtures. The action includes a midlands derby between Leicester City and Stoke City, as well as West Ham United's trip to Liverpool.
Andrew Marr talks to international trade secretary Liam Fox, Shadow Brexit Secretary Sir Keir Starmer, author Michael Wolff and cartoonist Matt. The newspapers are reviewed by Amanda Platell and June Sarpong. Plus music from cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason.
Nicky Campbell presents topical debate from Bath Spa University, Bath. Is social media beyond control? Should we presume consent for organ donation in England?
Sarah Smith and Tim Donovan with the latest political news, interviews and debate. Kate McCann, Steve Richards and Iain Dale are on the political panel.
Series 46 Episode 19: Detling
Bargain Hunt comes from the Detling International Antiques and Collectors Fair in the county of Kent. Providing the reds and blues a helping hand are experts John Cameron and Nick Hall, but which team will be on top after the auction in Canterbury with auctioneer Cliona Kilroy? Charlie Ross oversees proceedings and finds time to learn about the fascinating marketing history of the Fremlins Brewery in Maidstone.
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Series 11 Episode 4: Samra Raison Family
An updated look at families previously featured on Wanted Down Under. Desperate to improve their family's prospects, Jessie and Kevin saw their future in Australia, but not all the family were on board. Two years later, where are they living now?
Junk makeover show. Sarah Moore saves three items from the tip in Witley, Surrey, with the aim of transforming each one and making a profit to return to the original items' owners. Norman Wilkinson revamps a Z-bed, while Daniel Heath turns an artist's easel into a man's vanity unit, and Sarah upholsters a tired armchair. But will all their hard work pay off?
Series 1, Episode 6: Mijas Episode 6: Mijas, Spain
Couples and friends search for rental properties abroad to escape the worst of the British weather. Roger and Margaret want to leave the winter in Liverpool behind and rent a piece of paradise in southern Spain. Local property agent Toni is on hand to help them, but will they take the plunge and make the move south for winter? Gloria Hunniford narrates.
The Rev Kate Bottley finds out how St John Ambulance began as an ancient Christian order in Jerusalem back in the 11th century and brushes up her first-aid skills. Meanwhile JB Gill meets the first person in the UK to donate an organ to a complete stranger.
Series 2 Episode 1: Surviving the Extreme
Earth's Natural Wonders are parts of the natural world that nature has carved on such a scale, that they beggar belief - vast mountain ranges, impenetrable rainforests and dazzling tropical islands. Places where nature is visible at its most primal, most powerful, and most extraordinarily beautiful. Survival for human beings can be an incredible challenge. In the high Himalaya, yak-herder Thokmay Lowa and his small group steer his herd through one of the region's extreme mountain passes. In the Canadian Arctic, traditional Inuit communities still forage for much of their food. In the Mato Grosso, as a result of deforestation, the region's microclimate has changed. In the blistering Australian Outback, cattle ranching requires a lot of space. The only way to efficiently round up the herds on these vast farms is through the use of helicopter cowboys. Deep in the Siberian interior, survival is tough. But climate change is opening up a new niche for the human inhabitants of this region.
Series 2 Episode 2: Surviving with Animals
In many of the earth's natural wonders there is an abundance of animals. These can be a threat to the people who live there, or they can provide a means of survival, but often at a high price. In the coastal salt marshes of northern Australia's Arnhem Land, Indigenous Australians still go hunting for the eggs of the saltwater crocodile. Following a hunting ban their numbers are recovering well, and the local rangers are licensed to take a quota of eggs to supply the region's commercial crocodile farms. The Yamal Peninsula in northern Siberia is a frozen environment stretching deep into the Arctic Circle. Very few animals can live here, but one that can is the reindeer. Adapted to survive on a diet of lichen, the reindeer in turn enable people to survive. Vanuatu is an island paradise in the south Pacific, but overfishing has reduced fish stocks. The islanders are dependent on the fish as there is little arable land or wildlife on the islands.
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Matt Baker and Helen Skelton are in Derbyshire, where Matt is exploring the boom in farming alpacas. He meets Ingrid Rushton, one of the first people in the UK to own them, and visits a blood transfusion drop-in for alpacas where owners have come from all over the region bringing their animals to donate blood which could save baby alpaca's lives. Helen tries her hand at 'weaselling', the latest craze to sweep the Peaks. It is a kind of potholing that happens above ground and joins a party of schoolchildren who squeeze in and out of the rocky tors that dot the landscape. She also meets countryside champion Yvonne Witter, who has made it her mission to get more people from ethnic backgrounds into our countryside. Tom Heap looks at illegal abattoirs and asks if the meat on our plates is what we think it is, and Adam is in north Wales meeting the farmer using a special type of working dog to manage his livestock.
Series 1 Episode 2: Birthday
Sitcom. Phil and Roger make rival attempts to impress Edith on her seventieth birthday. Roger's bright idea is to invite back Mrs Gale, Edith's chaotic former cleaner.
Drama about a group of midwives in 1960s London. Barbara gets involved with a recently widowed pregnant woman. Sister Monica Joan has her cataract surgery.
Drama series based on the novel by Robert Galbraith. A dismembered leg sent to Strike's office sends both his and Robin's lives into disarray. Strike begins to pull together a list of potential suspects from his past, all of whom have vendettas against him. One of the names, Jeff Whittaker, relates directly to Strike's dead mother, Leda. Strike and Robin's close working relationship begins to rile Robin's fiance Matthew, and the couple descend into rows. Adding pressure to the relationship, the investigation takes Robin away to Barrow-in-Furness with Strike overnight.
The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide.
Mark Chapman is joined by Jermaine Jenas and Alan Shearer to provide highlights and analysis from the big game of the day as Chelsea travel to Manchester United. There is also a round-up of every goal and major talking point from Saturday's fixtures.
Action adventure starring Patrick Swayze and Keanu Reeves. Undercover cop Johnny Utah (Reeves) pursues of a gang of bank robbers known as the Ex-Presidents, leading him to the Los Angeles surfing scene and enigmatic adrenaline junkie Bodhi (Swayze), who lives for thrills. The cop is soon seduced by the fast-paced lifestyle of his new mentor, and the lines defining his covert role become blurred.