It is showtime as six celebrities perform their first routines with their partner.
It is the grand final. One orchestra wins the chance to perform at Proms in the Park.
The remaining orchestras take on the concerto - a piece featuring a virtuoso soloist.
The four remaining amateur orchestras must get to grips with the challenges of opera.
Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman launch a new series of the celebrity dance contest.
The first challenge is to master that pinnacle of orchestral playing - the symphony.
The six finalists go head to head in a battle of the bands at the Ritz in Manchester.
Soul II Soul's Jazzie B joins Rhod Gilbert for a road trip across southern England.
Rhod Gilbert and Peter Hook take a road trip across northern England and the Midlands.
Rhod Gilbert and Midge Ure take a road trip across Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales.
The final teams must present a dessert banquet with enough desserts to feed 100 guests.
Graham Norton introduces and commentates on the 61st Eurovision Song Contest.
Eighteen acts battle it out, but who will win the final ten places in the grand final?
The teams must build decorative chocolate structures to display different types of sweets.
Eighteen acts take to the stage, but only ten will make it through to the grand final.
The teams construct chocolate containers filled with three types of confectionery.
The teams transform chocolate cheesecake into stunning showpiece displays.
The teams must produce 36 St Marc slices, 36 sfogliatelle and 36 small domed cakes.
The teams are asked to reinvent lemon meringue pie as a fine-dining experience.
The final four artists face the vote in a bid to be crowned winner of The Voice UK 2016.
The teams have just three hours to make 108 perfect pastries.
The semi-final sees the remaining eight acts perform live in front of the nation.
The search for the creme de la creme of British pastry begins.
The results of the public vote to find out who has gained a place in the semi-finals.
The coaches bring their teams to the quarter-finals to sing live in front of the nation.
Emma Willis and Marvin Humes present the second knockout round.
Emma Willis and Marvin Humes present the first of the knockout rounds.
The remaining artists take to the stage to secure their places in the next round.
The battles commence, as the coaches choose who they want to take to the knockouts.
Six acts battle for the honour of representing the UK at Eurovision in Sweden in May.
Find out who will be crowned phone shop idol in the final episode of the series.
Hopefuls include teen Faith Nelson, vegan Rachel Ann and soldier Dave Barnes.
At a top London hotel, the remaining 12 competitors duke it out for the ultimate prize.
Twelve of the country's best sales assistants face the judges for the first time.
Hopefuls include Jolan from Cumbria and Luton singer Mia Sylvester.
Petty rivalries become full-blown conflicts as the competition heats up.