1/2 Nick Hewer and Margaret Mountford explore the impact of immigration in the UK. (R)
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25/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Wiltshire, Kent and Newcastle. (R)
1/10 The team learn how much of the food at well-known restaurants is made on the premises. (R)
2/6 Tests in this round include runner beans, roses, wreaths and relishes. (R)
10/15 When a house party becomes violent, Laurence has to restrain an aggressive suspect. (R)
20/20 When a man who had become estranged from his family dies, the team seek living relatives. (R)
27/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Derby, Middlesex and Gateshead. (R)
6/20 Dom helps three pensioners whose money in passbook accounts has disappeared. (R)
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5/20 Fraud investigators meet a Croydon couple claiming benefits they are not entitled to. (R)
29/30 The race is on to find the best bargains at the antiques fair at Epsom Downs Racecourse. (R)
A couple from Maidenhead want to find a house in Somerset with outbuildings and land. (R)
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2/20 Are the Stirks prepared to suffer the financial and emotional costs of moving to NZ? (R)
14/30 Gems include a Japanese ivory panel and a pristine 1950s train set. (R)
3/4 Solva and Newport take each other on in the the Dinas Head Challenge, a longboat race. (R)
Documentary about one of the world's premier aerobatic display teams, the Red Arrows. (R)
8/10 A conservationist tries to stop wild beavers from causing property damage.
19/31 Carol Klein appreciates St John's wort and Joe Swift visits an unusual allotment.
2/3 Focusing on the longest street in Britain - Glasgow's Duke Street.
3/3 Dr Pamela Cox looks at how shopgirls threw off their staid reputation to become hip. (R)