7/10 Glynn Purnell stands up for British shrimp whilst John Torode sets out to revive duck. (R)
7/10 Paul Martin visits Newlyn, Cornwall, celebrating its handmade tradition of metal working. (R)
9/15 Four cooks take on John's poached pear, and make favourites including chocolate lasagne. (R)
5/12 Tom can't resist dabbling in dangerous magic.
1/3 When two mysterious strangers arrive, Rocket worries that his whole world is in danger.
1/6 David Attenborough explores the wildlife of two deserts in Africa's south west corner.
Further coverage from the World Championships in Schladming.
3/6 The Bikers show that indulgent entertaining doesn't have to be costly to be spectacular.
4/7 Jeremy Clarkson and James May play a rather unusual game of rugby.
4/5 In this episode, Brian travels round Australia to explore the physics of the size of life.
The band is devastated by Jessie's hospitalisation and take turns to visit her. (R)
The parents of two year old Raj face an unimaginable dilemma. (R)
2/3 Visiting the village awash with tiny crabs and a town that woke up to an apocalyptic sky.
Monday 18 February 2013