Sue Barker presents live coverage of the second men's semi-final from the Australian Open.
Programmes will resume at 16:00
177/221 Heston has been named as sole benefactor in a former patient's will. (R)
2/32 The team is in Hungerford and Tim Wonnacott visits the Vyne in Hampshire.
15/30 Darren rescues an elderly visitor at one of Yorkshire's biggest tourist attractions.
107/140 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
15/25 Michael Portillo learns how one man's vision helped bring train travel to the Highlands.
10/10 The team uncover the complicated life of Brett Miller who tragically died aged just 39.
21/31 Subjects are Monty Python, Lord Nelson, Hergé's Tin Tin books and the African 'big five'.
3/4 Carol prepares her garlic for spring planting and prunes the late-flowering clematis.
3/3 Andrew Graham-Dixon and Giorgio Locatelli visit Sacro Monte, a series of gruesome chapels.
18/18 A compilation of some of the best bits from the H series of QI. (R)
With Emily Maitlis.
Features reviews of Steven Spielberg's Lincoln and the Royal Academy's Manet exhibition.
2/2 How the Cote D'Azur became both playground and studio for the modern art masters.
Saturday 26 January 2013