3/3 How a Welsh Guards platoon fell into a deadly ambush just yards from their patrol base. (R)
5/8 The team tackle the shortages faced by British farmers in 1942. (R)
5/8 The team tackle the shortages faced by British farmers in 1942.
3/6 Lorraine demonstrates how to create classic dishes with minimum effort. (R)
4/6 Housing officer Cat Towl finds that a tenant has died and his body lain undiscovered. (R)
6/10 In the Home Counties, Jules Hudson looks at the organisation known as Churchill's Toyshop. (R)
2/5 A look at special offers that are not what they seem and 'helpful' nutritional labelling.
58/180 Martin and Lucy visit properties in Plymouth, London and Birmingham. (R)
17/20 Thieves loot a family's home but leave behind a vital clue.
51/75 Val Perrin wants to restore her grand piano in order to take up lessons again. (R)
29/32 Cheltenham is the location for more antique buying and selling. (R)
Nicki Chapman helps a couple who dream of owning a cottage in Herefordshire. (R)
Matt Baker and Alex Jones present the stories that matter from across the country.
Revealing how thousands of Britons in 2012 are being forced to turn to charity for food.
The consequences of the murder of Real IRA leader Alan Ryan.
Tim Rogers investigates the problem of asbestos in schools.
7/8 A look at why electricity bills in one part of the UK are being cut. (R)
1/4 Ken Hom and Ching-He Huang begin their culinary journey across China in Beijing. (R)
5/6 Officer David Wright is caught between 42-year-old Anne and her upstairs neighbour Jimmy. (R)
7/10 In London, Jules Hudson meets a volunteer who was a teenage firefighter in the Blitz. (R)
Wednesday 31 October 2012