4/11 The teams' challenge involves a new cell phone for which they must create an event.
Ellie Harrison looks back at the best of wild Britain in this special episode. (R)
7/17 Claudia and Danny review Black Gold, Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and Rampart. (R)
1/5 A look at how the role of a father-to-be has been transformed.
98/100 Martin and Lucy visit homes in Liverpool, Stratford and Stirchley.
6/10 A courageous Sussex woman who faced down a 21-year-old conman in court.
6/40 Clive meets a Yorkshire couple who had the wool pulled over their eyes by a builder.
25/32 Two teams act up a storm in Lincoln with experts James Lewis and David Harper. (R)
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Meat Loaf.
Why has the North West produced so many world-class poets?
Are knife crimes in the West Country as bad as reports in the media claim them to be?
Sam Smith reports on the animal sanctuaries struggling in the tough economic climate.
Jane Goddard meets an underage girl fitted with a contraceptive implant by her school.
Debt specialist Mike Thomas investigates the rise in logbook loans.
Adam Rickitt reveals why he joined the RSPCA. Plus, alternative ways to borrow money.
How the Hampson Foundation offers help to youngsters injured through sport.
Why are banks failing to finance the expansion of small businesses?
Chris Jackson heads to the Lakes to learn why the Olympics produces mixed feeling.
Jamie Coulson meets a teenage girl as she prepares to undergo weight loss surgery.
Natalie Graham returns to the big cat sanctuary to check on the tiger cubs.
Documentary featuring the first English interview with Abdel Baset Mohamed Ali al-Megrahi.
1/6 Wendy Austin, Claire McCollum and Chris Moore tackle important community issues.
Residents of Hengoed are being plagued by rats. Why is the council not doing more to help?
1/6 Huw Edwards presents an in-depth history of Wales.
4/4 PCs Elliott and Bullard try to stop a gang carrying drugs across the country.
1/5 Jeremy Paxman finds out how a small island came to rule a quarter of the world.
6/8 There is romance in the air for Kyle. Emma reveals a personal tragedy.
4/4 Eddie Butler traces the 1500-year history of his hometown of Newport.
5/11 The celebrities' challenge is to take over a ritzy hotel.
1/8 Championing the use of British-grown pears and garlic with several delicious recipes. (R)
5/8 The team tests whether Chip and PIN is really as secure as the banks claim. (R)
Tuesday 28 February 2012