The One Show (2006– )
11 Jan. 2016Episode dated 11 January 2016
15 Feb. 2016Lacey Turner & Dominic Treadwell-Collins
17 Feb. 2016Episode dated 17 February 2016
19 Feb. 2016Episode dated 19 February 2016
Alex Jones is joined by Nick Grimshaw and James Martin. Meanwhile, Nadiya Hussain travels to Synergy to learn about vanilla and Jack Garratt performs live.
22 Feb. 2016Episode dated 22 February 2016
6 Apr. 2016Episode dated 6 April 2016
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Paul O'Grady and Ian Hislop. There is also a studio performance by 30 young violinists taking part in the prestigious Menuhin Competition. Plus, David Olusoga looks into the life and legacy of Rudyard Kipling.
12 Apr. 2016Episode dated 12 April 2016
Zoe Ball joins Matt and Alex in the studio to talk about her new show Can't Touch This. Three-year-old twins Rosie and Ruby, who were born conjoined, are also on the sofa with their mother and Great Ormond Street Hospital's Doctor Joe Curry.
14 Apr. 2016Episode dated 14 April 2016
Alex Jones and Matt Baker are joined by Sir Ben Kingsley and 12-year-old Neel Sethi to talk about their new film The Jungle Book. Sarah Mack poses the question - when is a pothole not a pothole? And Larry Lamb discovers the origins of Mickey Mouse.
19 Apr. 2016Episode dated 19 April 2016
Alex Jones and Matt Baker are joined by stand-up comedian Marcus Brigstocke. Why are so many of us are still plagued by mobile phone signal black spots? Plus a look for new clues to Shakespeare's life in the will he left behind. And the very latest on the Scottish beaver trial that's got farmers and conservationists at loggerheads.
22 Apr. 2016Episode dated 22 April 2016
A tribute to the eccentric music legend Prince is part of today's lineup.
4 May 2016Episode dated 4 May 2016
Presented by Matt Baker and Alex Jones. Louis Theroux, Ian Ogilvy and Lianne La Havas join Alex and Matt on the green sofa. Lianne performs Tokyo live. There is also an update on the EU referendum and a tiny art gallery in studio.
12 May 2016Episode dated 12 May 2016
José Carreras joins Matt Baker and Alex Jones for a chat, and a special performance of classic track Passione live from the balcony of Old Broadcasting House. Mel Giedroyc is in Stockholm ahead of tonight's second Eurovision Semi-Final. Angellica Bell investigates whether roadside pollution gets even worse down at pushchair height. Joe Crowley appeals for help identifying the British soldiers featured in a treasure trove of WWI photos found in France.
24 May 2016Episode dated 24 May 2016
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Paul Hollywood to talk about his travel and cookery series City Bakes and his new book The Weekend Baker. Joe Crowley discovers that the rising costs of funeral directors are causing some people to have DIY funerals and Emma Dabiri meets one of London Transport 1950s Canteen Queens.
30 May 2016Episode dated 30 May 2016
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Sian Williams to discuss her experiences of living with breast cancer. Plus Britain's Got Talent winner Richard Jones performs a trick live in the studio.And Gyles Brandreth joins a Sicilian community in the heart of Hertfordshire.
9 Jun. 2016Episode dated 9 June 2016
Midge Ure joins Matt Baker and Alex Jones on the One Show sofa. Joe Crowley finds out how solar panels can end up costing families much more than they bargained for. Wayne Hemingway looks at Manchester's regeneration. Miranda Krestovnikoff sees one North Atlantic coral as it has never been seen before.
8 Jul. 2016Episode dated 8 July 2016
Documentary of Adelaide Herrmann (1853-1932) who was the assistant to Alexander Herrmann.
12 Jul. 2016Episode dated 12 July 2016
Ross Kemp joins Matt and Alex to talk about his new documentary, Ross Kemp: The Fight Against Isis (2016). Dan Donnelly pits traditional estate agents against online estate agents. Lucy Siegle looks at the impact of the cuts to 15% of Southern Rail's train services. Si King follows in the footsteps of Michael Caine as he revisits Newcastle, the home of 1970s gangster film Get Carter (1971). George McGavin investigates a new threat to the health of dogs in Harlow.
26 Jul. 2016Episode dated 26 July 2016
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined on the sofa by Mary Decker and Zola Budd to talk about documentary The Fall, telling the story behind one of the most controversial moments in sporting history. Gabby Logan is also in the studio to give an Olympic update ahead of the Rio Games. Joe Crowley meets the unlucky couples who were victims of a rogue wedding planner and Emma Dabiri visits to the birthplace of the trainer.
2 Aug. 2016Episode dated 2 August 2016
As Matt and Alex have decamped to Weobley for Wednesday's village special, Matt Allwright and Angela Scanlon welcome Ewan McGregor to The One Show's sofa. They talk about Ewan's recent visit to Iraq and the rumours surrounding Trainspotting 2. Plus, Anita Rani has been tracking down members of the 2011 Broom Army who cleaned up after Britain's worst riots in decades.
3 Aug. 2016Episode dated 3 August 2016
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are in Weobley, Herefordshire, to celebrate the British village.
30 Aug. 2016Episode dated 30 August 2016
Alex Jones and Bill Turnbull talk to Jamie Dornan (actor) and Sean Ellis (Director) about the new film Anthropoid, and Alex Riley reports on the closure of BHS in Swansea at the weekend.
5 Sep. 2016Episode dated 5 September 2016
It's a special week as The One Show celebrates being ten years old! Meat Loaf helps Matt and Alex celebrate in the studio. John Sergeant and Angellica Bell look back at how the UK has changed over the last decade. Plus David Olusoga discovers a mystery behind the life and legacy of screen starlet Diana Dors.
15 Sep. 2016Episode dated 15 September 2016
Matt Baker and Alex Jones talk to actor Richard E Grant about his new documentary on Ealing comedies and David Olusoga investigates the mystery surrounding the last will and testament of Benny Hill.
21 Sep. 2016Episode dated 21 September 2016
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Monty Don to talk about his new book My Family and Other Dogs. Christine Walkden visits a self-sufficient community in Wales. Plus Mike Dilger discovers a very unusual wildlife spectacle in one viewer's home.
30 Sep. 2016Episode dated 30 September 2016