4/7 The team faces a WW2-style government inspection, which could see the farm taken off them. (R)
except Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland only
3/3 Stephanie Flanders examines at the revolutionary and influential ideas of Karl Marx. (R)
2/6 Lorraine creates the kind of dishes that put a smile on your face. (R)
1/6 A simple noise nuisance complaint escalates to a serious dispute in an Eccles high rise. (R)
1/10 Jules Hudson discovers how the people of Belfast survived one of the worst Blitz attacks. (R)
17/30 A young cyclist is knocked off his bike, and the team faces a tricky rescue.
56/180 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in East Lothian, Wiltshire and Derbyshire. (R)
7/10 An ex-police officer's personal injury claim is sunk when he is caught with a jet ski.
60/74 Angela Rippon helps a mother and daughter raise funds for an eco-friendly car. (R)
9/32 The antiques challenge comes from the market town of Hungerford in Berkshire. (R)
Denise Nurse helps a family swap city living for a life in rural Sussex. (R)
Alex Jones and Jake Humphrey are joined by Sir David Attenborough.
A special live broadcast on both BBC and UTV marking the occasion of digital switchover.
Three pensioners pass on their astute and humorous insights on becoming old and poor.
except Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales
Tim Rogers investigates claims that government policy puts Wales at risk of more flooding.
4/8 Local celebrities explore Northern Ireland's natural world. (R)
6/8 How banks and building societies are squeezing homebuyers with mortgage arrangement fees. (R)
except Scotland, Wales
2/6 One tenant's chaotic lifestyle causes his neighbours to call the housing association. (R)
2/10 Jules Hudson travels to Scotland, where he gets to grips with rationing. (R)
Wednesday 24 October 2012