186/221 Jimmi suspects a teen arrested at the scene of a hit and run may not be guilty after all. (R)
Jonnie Irwin heads to Dorset to help a creative couple buy their first property together. (R)
4/20 Will Michael Howlett succeed in building two eco-houses out of straw in Pembroke Dock? (R)
116/140 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
24/25 Michael Portillo discovers how harsh life was for the Irish poor.
5/6 Julia Bradbury discovers a railway that ran from Weymouth across Chesil Beach to Portland. (R)
9/45 Will the winning dessert be a comedy custard pie, a chocolate dessert or doughnuts? (R)
2/8 An application to erect a chicken shed faces huge local objection in the Scottish Borders.
3/4 The genesis of the machines that allow us to talk to one another across the globe.
2/6 Charlie looks at the situation in Mali and Bob Mortimer and Camilla Long review Hitchcock.
A look at the government's abandonment of plans to scrap some GCSEs.
3/6 Looking for a campaign boost, Bob courts the religious vote and Broughty Ferry's women. (R)
The team are at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, to see how the sun affects our planet. (R)
Performances from Emile Sande, PJ Harvey and Lianne La Havas. (R)
4/6 Cozzo pretends to be Jewish to satisfy a client's dying needs. Scott has bedroom trouble. (R)
Friday 8 February 2013