1/38 Looking at the care provision and services available for older people. (R)
4/8 The team use undercover filming to reveal how gym memberships are sold. (R)
3/3 Helen Czerski shows how the earth's angle of tilt creates the most extreme weather. (R)
11/30 The first leg starts in Portrush, Nothern Ireland and ends at an auction in Belfast. (R)
9/10 Wildlife crime officers launch an investigation to track down illegal birds of prey.
2/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Telford, Paisley and London.
4/15 Dom explores regulations to discover who is responsible when building work damages a home.
23/74 Anna Marie Humphreys wants to raise funds to buy a special present for her sister Amanda. (R)
26/32 Newark is the location for more antique buying and selling, with presenter Tim Wonnacott. (R)
1/15 Alistair Appleton takes a look through the archives at some thatched properties. (R)
A party election broadcast on behalf of Plaid Cymru. (R)
Please switch over to BBC One for a Party Election Broadcast.
A Party Election Broadcast by the Liberal Democrats for the English Local Elections 2012.
A Party Election Broadcast by the Liberal Democrats for the Greater London Elections 2012.
A party election broadcast by the Scottish Liberal Democrats.
The stories of objects with links to the Titanic. The family photograph: Dr John Martin.
Comedian Lee Mack drops in to chat about Would I Lie To You and Not Going Out.
5/8 As car insurance premiums rocket, why are companies making loyal customers pay the most?
7/8 Actress Gwyneth Paltrow traces the background of her parents.
Tracing the history of the turban and its crucial place in the Sikh faith.
Matt Baker heads to Wales to celebrate the anniversary of the Monmouth and Brecon canal. (R)
15/28 Fiona Bruce and the team head to Hartland Abbey in Devon. (R)
12/30 Thomas Plant and Mark Hales travel from Dublin to Ballybrittas, Portlaoise. (R)
Friday 13 April 2012