Guest presenter Jeremy Vine is joined by key political personalities and cultural figures.
Adam Henson discovers the delights of the local food available right on his doorstep. (R)
Peter Henley and some Eastleigh voters confront the candidates standing in the by-election
Marlborough plays host to the antiques challenge, with Mark Stacey and Phillip Allwood. (R)
Documentary about the sporting and social impact of the Lions' 1974 tour to South Africa. (R)
38/75 Jules Hudson helps two retired police officers swap their caravan for a rural residence. (R)
2/3 Newborn penguins are caught taking their first unsteady steps. (R)
4/4 Revellers take to the capital's rain-lashed streets for the inaugural Cardiff Mardi Gras.
1/8 Steve Backshall and his crew are looking for the ferocious great white shark.
1/4 How invasion and conflict shaped Ulster's landscape until the end of the 17th century.
Matt Baker and Julia Bradbury are in Bristol, a city with the countryside on its doorstep.
From farm gate to your plate, just how much Welsh meat is eaten in Wales?
The life story of the legendary Leeds United and Juventus player John Charles. (R)
3/13 The teams have to organise and manage a doggy day care.
4/13 The teams are asked to develop a viral video for a popcorn company.
Monday 25 February 2013