15/38 A centre opens to help make the legal system more accessible for deaf people. (R)
except Northern Ireland, Wales
1/7 Reclaiming unused land for farming is the first role on the 'frontline of freedom'. (R)
18/20 Gloria Hunniford, Angela Rippon and Julia Somerville expose rip-offs and raw deals. (R)
17/30 The contestants are paired into teams and assigned a mass-catering challenge. (R)
18/30 It's elimination day as one celebrity will be cooking their final dishes. (R)
4/30 A worker is badly injured in a gas blast, and a young motorist is thrown from her car.
48/180 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Devon, Wales and Shropshire. (R)
14/20 Joe meets a family about to tackle the renovation of an empty property on the south coast.
12/74 Katie Freeland hopes to fund a family safari in Africa. (R)
20/32 The teams compete to find the best bargains at an antiques fair at Aintree Racecourse. (R)
With guests Lenny Henry and Robert Peston. Jenni Murray returns to her home town, Barnsley
Panellists in Manchester include Douglas Alexander MP, Susan Kramer and Willie Walsh.
except Northern Ireland
Mark Carruthers review the week's political events from Stormont and Westminster.
Northern Ireland only
With Charles Falconer, Tim Montgomerie, Nick Watt and violinist Nicola Benedetti.
Julia Bradbury and John Craven explore the Usk Valley, known as the gateway to Wales. (R)
1/3 A terminally ill mother of two chooses to plan and arrange her own funeral. (R)
19/20 How confusion over road signs has earned one council hundreds of thousands of pounds. (R)
19/30 The three remaining celebrities face their first restaurant service. (R)
20/30 The three remaining celebrities must cook a faultless two-course meal. (R)
Friday 5 October 2012