12/32 Clive Mason investigates the Access to Work government scheme. (R)
10/10 Twiggy sets off to investigate her mum's family in Victorian London. (R)
16/20 The dangerous life of the damselfly - what dangers does this insect face? (R)
30/100 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Cheshire, London and Derby. (R)
3/10 Officers offer a lifeline to elderly people who are desperate to stay in their own homes. (R)
3/15 A camera in a train cab captures the moment a woman is pulled from the track to safety. (R)
8/20 Brian and Janet cook lobster and hunt fossils on the Jurassic Coast of west Dorset. (R)
David Reynolds looks at how World War I gave birth to an age of turbulent mass democracy. (R)
28/31 Carol Klein helps first-time gardeners plant up a range of tasty fruit. (R)
Jo Coburn presents the latest political news, interviews and debate.
8/9 Nigel Slater chats with Keith Allen about his personal experiences of food. (R)
Guests in this edition are natural history TV presenters Chris Packham and Nick Baker. (R)
10/10 Controversial artist Tracey Emin sets out to find out more about her East End roots. (R)
14/25 Michael Portillo discovers the Victorian coal heritage of Cardiff. (R)
75/76 Paul Martin is joined by experts Anita Manning and Thomas Plant at Warwick Castle. (R)
Documentary offering an intimate insight into the busiest register house in Scotland.
4/5 Two families plan gardens that are as much for the children as for the adults.
26/26 The team provide hints, tips and projects to get through winter.
2/3 Pam Ferris, Gaby Roslin, Louie Spence and Mark Watson battle it out.
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A profile of Claire Cunningham, artist-in-residence at Belfast Festival at Queen's.
The inner secrets of the Gunpowder Plot using the words of the plotters themselves. (R)