40/231 Heston treats a deaf cartoonist who is having problems communicating with his son. (R)
3/22 Tom Heap joins the dangerous dogs patrol, and the RSPCA rescues a sheep from a cliff.
26/76 Items up for valuation include a collection of thimbles and an antique sextant.
43/45 The remaining chefs cook their main courses to be tasted by the judges.
4/6 Paul Murton traces the history of the great outdoors, taking in Loch Tay and Rannoch Moor. (R)
3/12 Martin Hughes-Games has all the latest wildlife news from around the country.
1/3 Kate Humble, Chris Packham and Charlie Hamilton-James answer audience questions.
6/8 Exploring Belfast's Shankill Road to find out how well the scars of war have healed.
5/12 One candidate bit off more than they could chew in a task to create a brand of pet food.
5/6 The great flood in the Okavango turns 4,000 square miles of arid plains into a wetland.
5/6 Stewart Lee looks at the notion of identity and how different nations define themselves.
3/3 Alex Riley is on the trail of the global food and drink giants.
4/4 As one of the world's busiest shipping lanes, our southern seas are littered with wrecks. (R)
Thursday 2 June 2011