Episode 2: Mandy
Mockumentary exploring the lives of young people in modern rural Britain. When Kerry's neighbour Mandy Harris starts a tattoo business, Kerry is delighted to be one of her first customers. Meanwhile, Kurtan fixates on trying to track down a long-lost school friend.
Drama. A former wild child is almost ready to settle down after proposing to his girlfriend, but all of a sudden he must face his past when an old one-night stand arrives with a seven-year-old son she claims is his.
Detailed weather forecast.
BBC One joins the BBC's rolling news channel for a night of news, with bulletins on the hour and the headlines every 15 minutes.
The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.
Highlights from the day's FA Cup fifth-round games.
Andrew Marr's guests are justice secretary Liz Truss MP, Lord Mandelson, chairman of Human Rights Foundation and Russian pro-democracy leader Gary Kasparov and actor Tom Hollander. The newspapers are reviewed by Ukip MP Douglas Carswell, Christiane Amanpour of CNN and Tim Shipman, political editor of the Sunday Times.
Nicky Campbell presents The Big Questions live from Leith Academy, Edinburgh. He asks whether Russian cyber warfare is undermining the west, whether more police should be armed, and whether God can see our sins.
Series 42 and 43 Reversions Episode 10: Ardingly
Two sets of teams are at Ardingly International Antiques and Collectors Fair in West Sussex to take on the Bargain Hunt competition. David Harper has to stick to a shopping list compiled by the blue team whereas Catherine Southon finds that anything goes with the reds, including haggling in the wrong direction! In the second challenge of the day, a stand-up comedian and her partner have a laugh with David on the blue team and two teachers in red get a lesson in bargain hunting from Catherine. Presenter Tim Wonnacott takes time out to discover more at Stansted Park.
The latest national and international news from the BBC.
Animated family adventure. A domesticated Shrek becomes depressed when he believes no-one finds him frightening any more. He makes a deal to get his roar back with an embittered Rumpelstiltskin, who is out to get revenge on the ogre. Shrek finds himself in an alternate reality where he was never born and faces a race to break the spell and rescue Fiona.
Live coverage of Fulham v Tottenham Hotspur in the fifth round of the FA Cup.
Series 15 Episode 44: Herefordshire
Property series. Jules Hudson helps a multilingual couple seek a translation to a more rural setting in the Herefordshire countryside. They have £500,000 to spend on their country relocation. Away from the property shopping, Jules visits the eco-friendly energy project that's hotting up in the county's woodland.
Gethin Jones presents an appeal on behalf of Hospice UK, which works with hospices to offer people with life-limiting or terminal illness the best possible care. Hospice UK believes that while end-of-life care might mean pain relief and counselling, there is so much more that can help, and they rely on all of us to make that happen. Two-year-old Feargus has a complex condition affecting his vital organs, his sight and hearing, but he loves playing the drums with a volunteer at the Robin House children's hospice near Loch Lomond that he and his family visit regularly for respite. And Royal Trinity Hospice in London is pioneering the use of volunteers to befriend and support patients living with illnesses like Parkinson's, cancer and dementia in their own homes, helping to give more people comfort and friendship at the end of life.
Marking the 25th anniversary of the Church of England's vote in favour of women's ordination, David Grant meets the first female Anglican priest and the next generation of women preparing for the priesthood.
The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team.
The latest news, sport and weather from London.
Series 1 Episode 2: Landscape
Mariella Frostrup and Rev Richard Coles host a competition in which amateur artists compete against one another. In episode two, the amateur artists are on the English south coast to tackle landscapes, battling the elements in Hastings as they paint outdoors. Their first test is a tricky one, as they must accurately portray the straight lines and diminishing perspective of Hastings' newly refurbished pier. The next day they are on the pier itself as they face the shoreline to take on the landscape, architecture and beachfront that makes Hastings such an iconic town. Once again the mentors are on hand to help them navigate the challenge to capture perspective, composition and sense of place, but some artists are more receptive than others. The public panel is made up of Hastings locals, who will vote to keep in their favourite for one more week, but it's up to the judges to decide who goes.
It is the time of year when the Cheddar Gorge has its annual clean-up, but Ellie hadn't reckoned with dangling from a rope to do it. She is abseiling with a team from the National Trust, high up on the cliffs, making sure there are no loose rocks that could fall on the public. Back on terra firma she helps the volunteers clear back the undergrowth and hears how rare Soay sheep do their bit too. She also meets a carpenter and ecobuilder who is on a mission to get everyone living in trees. Matt visits one of the only organic herds of Guernsey cattle in England and discovers that, although these are dairy animals, the beef they produce is pretty special. Their milk is used to produce yoghurt, but not the kind Matt is used to. He dons a blindfold for a taste test to see if he can guess the far-out flavours. Adam is on call with the farm vets, ready at a moment's notice to deal with any emergency.
Drama about a group of midwives in 1960s London. Nonnatus House welcomes a new recruit, Nurse Valerie Dyer. A vulnerable young man captures Fred and Violet's hearts, whilst the whereabouts of Sister Mary Cynthia is a concern.
Big-budget drama series based on Len Deighton's 1978 novel. It is 1941 and Britain has surrendered to the Germans after losing the Battle of Britain. Police detective Douglas Archer finds himself working under the brutal SS in occupied London, investigating the murder of a black marketeer. But when the glamorous US journalist Barbara Barga is spotted at the scene of the crime, Archer senses that this crime is far bigger than it seems and soon finds himself embroiled in a deadly plot with global implications.
The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide.
Highlights from the fifth round of the FA Cup.
Episode 2: Two Dollar Bills
Six-part documentary series, filmed over the course of one year at a majority African-American high school in South Carolina, following a charismatic principal and his students as they prepare for their next step in life. Rendull, captain of the basketball team, is handsome, charismatic and popular. He seems to have the world at his feet, but a revelation about his personal life throws his plans for the future into disarray. Cheerleader Vernon has moved out of his family home and is sleeping on his best friend's floor. With a crucial basketball game coming up, can he convince his estranged mother to come to see him perform with the cheerleading squad? Meanwhile, star pupil Jalena finds out whether she has been accepted into her dream college, and Dr Peters tries to rehouse a homeless student.
Episode 7: The First Leaf that Hits the Ground
Donald Trump presents the American version of the business-based competition, with celebrity contenders. The celebrities must work to promote popular Australian Gold products by writing, producing and directing a silent video.