Sir Patrick Moore offers advice to those who are discovering astronomy for the first time.
1/11 The teams take over two burger bars to see who can make the most from a lunchtime serving.
Biologist George McGavin goes on a journey around the British Isles. (R)
5/24 The ten chefs face an invention test, creating a dish in just one hour. (R)
1/15 Matt meets a widower who was persuaded to hand over his entire life savings in a scam. (R)
4/20 Harry Haroon believes his family's future lies in Australia. Can he convince his wife?
64/80 The properties featured are in Staffordshire, London and Newcastle.
1/5 In Tenerife, the team unravel the costs and complications of checking-in airline baggage.
4/20 Clive revisits Newcastle homeowners whose shower room and toilet were left unfinished.
4/32 Tim Wonnacott checks out the olde English style of Wightwick Manor in Wolverhampton.
31/75 Jules Hudson helps a couple find a property to house them, some relatives and a business.
1/30 Thomas Plant and Philip Serrell team up for a seven hundred mile trip across Britain.
Rory Bremner joins Matt Baker and special guest co-host Sarah Millican.
How a change in the law may help families with missing loved ones abroad.
Joe Lindsay and Aoibhinn Ni Shuilleabhain enjoy the sights and landmarks of Chicago.
Olympian Peter Wilson investigates the legacy of the 2012 Games in the region.
Sam Smith follows a Cornwall food bank, plus Mike Dilger on the Royal Albert Bridge.
Cameras follow a Hampshire carer as she tries to keep up with her round of visits.
How illegal stun guns are becoming the weapon of choice for London's teenage gangs.
A report on the gang that ruled the streets of Birmingham in the 19th century.
David Whiteley investigates abuse in care homes in the East.
Ricky Tomlinson recounts the story of his favourite Liverpudlian comedian.
Chris Jackson investigates Newcastle United's newest sponsor-Wonga.
Is chugging a good way to give to charity or just harassment?
3/4 A focus on groundbreaking programmes capturing artists at work.
A report on when mobility scooters become a menace. Why wrestling is making a comeback.
3/4 Derek takes walks in rural Radnorshire and along the clifftops of north Anglesey.
1/8 The team help a couple whose insurance company refuse to pay out following a fire.
2/11 The celebrities, including Cyndi Lauper and Sharon Osbourne, must run a Kodak store front.
The West-Eastern Divan Orchestra play Beethoven's symphonies in China and South Korea. (R)
6/24 Monica and Gregg ask each chef to break down a cooked lobster and serve it with a salad. (R)
Tuesday 8 January 2013