Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer present the food and chat show. Guests include Richard Madeley, Lee McKenzie and Sharon Rooney, with music from Frances.
Greg Rusedski gets us ready for Wimbledon, Kate Humble explains the partnership between humans and dogs. Guest chef Sophie Michell cooks chargrilled hanger steak. Plus, live music from Craig David.
Author Claudia Hammond talks about the psychology of money and how to handle it better. Simon cooks Swedish meatballs with sour cream and bacon mash. Plus live music from Laura Mvula.
Team GB's Chris Skelley and Jack Hodgson share a taste of Rio 2016 Paralympics. Simon makes spinach and feta tarts, while Fearne Cotton cooks a stunning veggie burger. Plus live music from Tom Odell.
Rebecca Seal demonstrates how to make the most out of elderflower, Simon makes a tasty chilli crab fried rice and guest chef Paul Ainsworth makes BBQ mackerels. Plus live music from Anne-Marie.
A look at the secret lives of the Tudors. Simon makes avocado and chickpea dip with crudités and guest chef Brad McDonald cooks a stunning shrimp and grits. Plus, live music from The Rubens.
A look at our relationship with foxes in modern Britain. Simon cooks courgette and asparagus fritters, while guest chef Jordan Bourke makes bulgogi wraps. Plus a live performance from Zak Abel.
There's talk of eloquence with linguist David Crystal. Simon makes vegan chocolate brownies and guest chef Jimmy Garcia cooks lamb lollipops with salsa verde. Plus Corinne Bailey-Rae performs live.
A celebration of British sandwich week with Gethin Evans, Madeleine Shaw cooks a veggie stew, and there's music from Kygo featuring Kodaline
Dr. Mike Leahy introduces some alternative pets, guest chef Paul Greening cooks pork suckling, and there's a live performance from Honne
Palaeontologist Dr Dave Hone talks about Tyrannosaurus. Simon makes a mouth-watering chicken sesame salad and guest chef Bryn Williams honey roasted ham. Plus Gregory Porter performs live.
A look at some immortal animals with Jules Howard, WWE tag team The Dudley Boyz are hanging out, and Gizzi Erskine cooks chicken kievs. Plus live performances from Birdy and Mystery Jets.
Guest chef Theo Randell makes Tagliatelle with Pesto & Zucchini and Rebecca Seal is here to tell us all about FrankenPastries (pastry hybrids). Plus a live performance from PVRIS.
Kimberley Walsh hosts with Tim Lovejoy in the studio, while Simon Rimmer joins some special guests at the race. With Jason Byrne, Brian McFadden, Keith Duffy, plus live music from Eliza & The Bear.
Guests include Adrian Lester, Jo Hartley and Richard Herring, with music from Izzy Bizu
Ducklings from Belmont Farm waddle in to celebrate Easter, Ross Kemp helps make Thai potato cakes and guest chef Michael Caines cooks lamb hotpot with red cabbage. Plus live music from The Vamps.
Impressionist Scheiffer Bates does what he does best. Simon cooks sausage and venison casserole, guest chef Bronte Aurell bakes cinnamon buns and Bill Turnbull helps to make eccles cakes with cheese.
Featuring a great selection of Australian food, Simon cooks pork belly with salted caramel potatoes, guest chef Clodagh McKenna makes Irish soda bread ice cream. Plus Raleigh Ritchie performs live.
Simon makes his mother's lasagne recipe, guest chef Jeremy Pang cooks a classic sweet and sour pork with garlic and egg-fried rice. Plus Zara Larsson performs her hit single Lush Life live.
Giles Coren talks bout his 'failed' novel. There's beef donburi with kimchi and guest chef Jose Pizarro cooks grilled octopus and vegetables. Plus music from Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats.
Neuroscientist Dean Burnett tells us what our brains are really up to, chefs from Nama Foods make raw vegan sushi, and Simon cooks Thai beef salad and custard rice pudding for dessert