The Wild family in Bristol are in desperate need of some clever storage and DIY help in their two-bedroom mid-terrace home, so they have called in the Clean It Fix It team. With the girls' things spilling out of their shared bedroom, the family room has become overrun with toys and clutter, and the busy utility room needs cleaning and organising.
The team restore a whistling wooden statue, a photographer's timer and an owl inkwell.
Narrated by legendary English broadcaster, natural historian and author, Sir David Attenborough, this documentary series looks at one of the most important events in animal world - finding a partner and ensuring the survival of the species. Tune in and discover more about the unique and often incredible strategies different animals around the world use to find and defend their mates.
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 big political issues of the day.
Debbie McGee joins Paul Ainsworth and Catherine Fulvio for delicious festive flavours.
Teams from all over the UK battle to beat the formidable Eggheads.
Fiona Bruce and the team of specialists return to Blair Castle in Perthshire, Scotland. Their discoveries include a Mickey Mouse toy with a poignant history, a breathtaking collection of valuable miniatures and a humble wooden spoon with a remarkable story attached.
The clergy of Hereford Diocese are working hard to bring light into people's lives.
Michael Buerk follows the team as they take on the case of John Powney, whose passion for music and vast record collection could lead to unexpected riches for his heirs. Meanwhile a mistake on a birth certificate sends the Heir Hunters on the wrong path in the search for beneficiaries to Alan John Lewis's estate. But their hard work pays off when they finally end up with 70 heirs and discover a fascinating family history, from street musicians to the workhouse and children sent to work in the mines.
In this episode, Chris Packham unravels some of nature's oddest events. Featuring a deep sea blob spotted in the Gulf of Mexico that mystified oil rig workers and sent the internet in to frenzy, the washed-up remains of a gargantuan creature that baffled scientists for decades and a stowaway spider with a set of unfathomable feet. Chris also investigates an octopus whose behaviour was so extraordinary that nobody believed it was real, the curious case of bright blue frogs appearing in pools in Germany, and an Australian lake the colour of bubblegum that had an evolutionary secret hidden within its lurid depths.
Experts James Lewis and David Fletcher are at Glemham Hall in Suffolk.
Nina Conti, Nick Helm, Athena Kugblenu and Toby Tarrant answer more trivia questions.
To be advised.
Stand-up comedian Zoe Lyons is joined by radio DJ Noreen Khan to hunt for bargains in the antique centres of Shropshire. Help is on hand for these two funny friends in the form of professional antiquers Natasha Raskin Sharp and James Braxton. With little knowledge, the showbiz trippers buy with their gut and their heart; Noreen plumps for a cuddly teddy while Zoe goes for an "udderly" unusual anatomical model, and there's hope a set of very trendy candle holders will attract big bids. A detour from the shops sees Zoe discover the truth about a misunderstood mammal, whilst Noreen learns how a Welsh lad transformed the world of mail order centuries before online shopping. Jokes aside, which of these two funny celebs will make serious money at auction?
Mary meets those who love cooking for others and shares her own crowd-pleasing delights.
Nadiya presents some sweet treats, including a delicious creme brulee custard tart.
The day's important national and international news stories. With Kirsty Wark.
Frankie Boyle's New World Order returns to help make sense of the bewildering times we live in. Frankie tackles the biggest issues troubling the planet, making a string of bold and often outrageous statements which he then picks apart with the help of a variety of celebrity guests.
An examination of life in parts of the world where temperature reaches up to 50 degrees due to climate change, and the impacts of such extreme heat on humans and nature. A study shows that the total number of days above 50C has doubled since the 1980s. High heat can cause heath problems for many people, and natural disasters like drought and wildfires are more likely.
This year's Musicals Special features routines from some of the best musicals of all time.
Tonight's results show opens with our professionals dancing to Defying Gravity from the smash hit musical Wicked and also features a music performance from the star of Everybody's Talking About Jamie. The big question is, will your votes at home change the Musicals Week leaderboard? The curtain will come down for one couple as the two with the lowest combined score face each other in the dance-off. It's never an easy decision for the judges, but who will get another encore in the competition?
Highlights of programmes on BBC Two.
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