The team takes on a brass shop till, a doll's house and a communion box.
The team create a "Beatrix Potter" garden in a field for farmers Ian and Ruth in Powys.
George plants up a large container with what he calls a 'bulb lasagne'.
Paul and Bob visit Norfolk to go lake fishing for what they hope will be a monster pike.
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.
Quiz show hosted by Shane Richie. A writer, a market researcher and a visual effects artist take on the golden wall of cash, hoping to hang onto as much of the £20,000 as possible by correctly answering a series of questions.
In Clevedon, Paul turns artist John Webster and retiree Caroline into antiques dealers.
To be advised.
Masterchef's John Torode sifts through the archives and serves up a selection of mouth-watering dishes from some of the nation's favourite television chefs. Today's show features recipes and ingredients linked by the letter B.
Wildlife documentary series. From pythons in Bangkok to otters in Singapore, cities may seem unlikely havens for wildlife, but for animals able to adapt, the urban world is filled with opportunity.
This episode comes from Ragley Hall in Warwickshire, a 17th-century Palladian house.
Chris Hollins, Gregg Wallace, Holly Walsh and Charlene White test their general knowledge.
Inner-city farm manager Tom competes with his show-winning sheep at the vibrant London-based Lambeth Country Show, whilst beekeeper Paul strives to sell his produce to support local charities close to his heart.
Explorer Paul Rose heads for Swaledale in the latest of his Yorkshire Dales adventures. Swaledale is the wildest of the Yorkshire Dales and Paul joins the farmers who look after rare upland hay meadows. Paul also visits Muker Show and enters the cake making contest using a pressure cooker he's used on Everest. He also goes underground to try and find rare industrial artefacts left behind by lead miners in the 19th century. Paul's journey also includes a meeting with actor Peter Davison who played Tristan Farnon in the All Creatures Great and Small TV series. He also joins a community choir whose members include 13 farmers.
Tom and his gang take a cruise down river to celebrate the end of their time together. On the menu are Tom's delicious sharing dishes and there's big news from one of the dieters.
A family team take on three murder mystery fans.
UNIVERSITY CHALLENGE It's a contest tonight between the University of Warwick and Wolfson College, Oxford for a place in the second round of the student quiz. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions.
How the age of Shipman's victims was key to how he got away with murdering hundreds.
Dara O Briain and Hugh Dennis look back on another week's events with the help of guests Rhys James, Tom Allen, Ed Byrne, Nish Kumar and Tiff Stevenson.
Monica Giletti and Giles Coren travel the world and visit some of the most incredible luxurious hotels on the planet. The professional chef and the restaurant critic join the extremely dedicated staff of these amazing hotels to discover how is the high standard maintained. The pair also learns about the backstories, cultural backgrounds and natural habitats of the extraordinary hotels. While on this adventure, they will find themselves in very different parts of the world, including countries like Singapore, Ireland, Germany, Kenya and Morocco.
The day's important national and international news stories. With Emily Maitlis.
Paper Boi est convié à participer à l'émission de Franklin Montague en tant qu'invité. Il s'y rend sans méfiance mais découvre qu'il doit participer à une interview dont la tournure lui déplait...
Earn, Paper Boi et Darius participent à la soirée Prima Night, où sont présents des joueurs de basket-ball professionnels...
Earn se réveille dans le lit d'une autre femme. Mais Van vient le chercher et l'emmène à une «fête de juin», ce qui selon elle l'aidera à rencontrer des gens importants. Dans cette fête, Van et Earn découvrent les propriétaires des lieux, un couple aisé. Pour les impressionner, Van et Earn font semblant d'aimer les arts...
Louis examines how the greatest source of love in our lives - our families - can often be the cause of our deepest pain. In his trilogy of documentaries centred around the Westboro Baptist Church, Louis explores the price the family was paying for its devotion to the distorted vision of its patriarch, Pastor Fred Phelps. With Pastor Phelps now dead, the family has been torn apart - some of its members still utterly devoted, whilst others have left, forbidden from ever contacting their families again. Louis also reflects on how physical and mental health or forces beyond our own control can threaten to derail our family lives. He catches up with contributors from Trans Kids and A Different Brain to see how life has changed since he saw them last.
Matt and Charlotte are in Derbyshire for the Countryfile One Man and His Dog competition.
An emergency call causes dispatcher Mandy to reflect on the death of her son.
The barristers revisit their investigation of a brutal Oxfordshire murder from 1922.