72/231 When Cherry decides to play matchmaker, she runs into an old adversary. (R)
1/75 A Staffordshire cream jug is one of the treasures discovered in Barrow-in-Furness. (R)
2/5 A father attempts to toughen up his son, but in doing so risks turning him away for good. (R)
23/26 Steve takes a look inside some of the top predators featured on Deadly 60. (R)
9/10 Can Gyles Brandreth, Angellica Bell, Lucy Siegle, Mike Dilger and George McGavin prevail? (R)
3/8 Nigel Slater shows that spicy food is not all about hot chillies. (R)
4/6 Simon Hopkinson demonstrates how to make his mother's cheese and onion pie. (R)
4/4 Rick heads for the little-known region of Extremadura, then on to the city of Seville.
2/4 Nicholas Crane finds out what has happened to Scarborough since its heyday.
2/2 What lies at the bottom of the oceans? Richard Hammond tries to find out. (R)
Performances from Corinne Bailey Rae, The XX and Fleet Foxes. (R)
Bela Fleck, Seasick Steve and Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers perform. (R)
Art critic Alastair Sooke tracks down the ten most expensive paintings to sell at auction. (R)
3/3 Artists turned to the figurative painting tradition to address what it means to be human. (R)
8/12 Francesco da Mosto visits the magical, mystical Greek islands known as the Cyclades. (R)
Friday 5 August 2011