BBC Radio Ulster presenter Ralph McLean speaks openly about his lifelong love of music. (R)
Matt and Ellie head to the South Pennines, where Yorkshire and Lancashire collide. (R)
2/5 Jeremy continues by looking at how settlers spread the British way of doing things. (R)
16/30 Phil Serrell and Jonathan Pratt make their first stop in Cockermouth in the Lake District. (R)
6/25 The team investigate the case of Arthur Jones who died leaving a 225,000 pounds estate.
6/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Cornwall, Kent and County Durham.
11/15 Dom investigates how the banks handle customers' claims of debit card fraud.
13/74 Evie Nightingale wants to indulge her love of design with a bedroom makeover. (R)
10/32 Tim Wonnacott explores the Oriental delights of the Prince Regent's Brighton Pavilion. (R)
56/75 Aled Jones joins the search in Northern Ireland to help a couple of newlyweds find a home.
Party election broadcast by the Scottish National Party.
We celebrate St George's Day and ask: what does the St George's Cross mean to you?
6/8 Jem dreams of flying under his own power by pedalling a homemade plane into the air.
Connie joins volunteers in Pembrokeshire, and meets an ice-cream maker with unusual tastes
4/4 Eddie Butler traces the 1500-year history of his hometown of Newport. (R)
Jackie Fullerton delves into the BBC archives to bring a sporting decade to life.
An appeal on behalf of the Voice of Young People in Care charity. (R)
How Norfolk combines large-scale commercial farming with local, seasonal foods. (R)
1/3 A London binman spends ten days working in Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia. (R)
Andrew Neil travels to Europe to find out why Britain follows human rights laws. (R)
17/30 Phil Serrell and Jonathan Pratt visit Corbridge and end up at an auction in Northallerton. (R)
Tuesday 24 April 2012