2/3 The cubs are now half-grown and very playful, learning the skills they'll need as adults. (R)
4/4 A history of the British kitchen, from Tudor baking to 1950s labour-saving gadgets. (R)
11/12 Police strive to connect the elusive leader of Niko's prostitution ring and the Butcher.
12/12 Police close in on Niko's prostitution ring, but will Berthaud track the Butcher down?
The story of the remarkable family who tamed the wild Scottish coastline. (R)
1/4 Julia Bradbury walks in the Scottish Highlands and tells the story of Thomas Telford. (R)
1/6 Comedy series. A huge clock is to be installed outside Tate Modern. (R)
2/6 A group of dignitaries from Rio (Olympic hosts in 2016) comes to London for a visit. (R)
3/6 Roman remains of national significance are discovered on the site of the aquatics centre. (R)
4/6 Ian and Siobhan deal with the problem of a charisma-free ex-athlete as Brand Ambassador. (R)
5/6 Selecting someone for the post of Curator of the Cultural Olympiad proves problematic. (R)
6/6 The decision to hold the equestrian events in Greenwich Park is not popular with locals. (R)
Sunday 8 May 2011