Dan, recovering from two strokes, gets support and advice to make it to his wedding.
A crew are paged in the early hours after a drunken festival-goer jumps in the river.
Seven celebrities arrive in Biarritz and make their way to the start of their pilgrimage.
A father and son find themselves in danger after jumping in to rescue a drowning dog.
The crew are called to a climber who has fallen in a remote cave on the Gower Peninsula.
Documentary film about professor Stephen Hawking, the world's most celebrated scientist.
In Wales, the Tenby crew race to a kayaker with suspected back and neck injuries.
Documentary which tells the story of the renowned reggae record shop owner Blacker Dread.
Exploring the mythic afterlife of the 18th-century poet Thomas Chatterton.
In-depth profile of the chameleon-like singer-songwriter Elvis Costello.
How do seaside favourites Punch & Judy fare against new tourist attractions like the i360?
In the devastating aftermath of Hurricane Irma, islanders on Anguilla begin to rebuild.
Following three families whose daughters have been sectioned under the Mental Health Act.
The people who keep Bristol's bustling harbour and port running day and night.
The dramatic and tragic story of Samia Shahid, with interviews from her closest friends.
Ruth supports a training scheme for disadvantaged youth that is threatened with closure.
Sunderland gets a new landmark with the arrival of the Northern Spire Bridge centrepiece.
The clergy of Hereford Diocese are working hard to bring light into people's lives.
Following South Lakes Safari Zoo as they try to rescue their reputation.
Mehreen Baig explores the experiences of women in different Muslim communities.
Speed skater Elise Christie talks about the heartbreak of Sochi and her hopes for 2018.
New curate Father Matthew plans his first harvest festival.
Rhod Gilbert confronts his painful shyness, looking at what can be done about it.
The triumphs and controversies that have rocked Britain's cycling medal factory.
Nicholas helps a farming couple facing eviction and Matthew helps a young homeless woman.
David Olusoga traces the history of the house in Liverpool from 1945 to the present day.
Following surgeons and patients in three clinical trials at the vanguard of medicine.
Ruth takes on an assistant who left an executive lifestyle for a new life in the Church.
The story of the house from 1891 to 1945, through two World Wars and the Great Depression.
Surgeons stop a patient's heart, chill his body and drain his blood in order to operate.
Documentary telling the life story of the first man to set foot on the moon.
A collection of live and behind-the-scenes footage, featuring new hits and classic songs.
A look back at the career of sports commentator Brendan Foster.
Annie, whose mother supposedly tried to kill her when she was young, looks into her past.
Nicholas deals with a break-in and theft of priceless church records.
Elizabeth Quigley talks to Joy Milne, who discovered she can smell Parkinson's disease.