1/14 The battle to become Lord Sugar's next business partner begins with a selling task. (R)
29/100 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Cornwall, Staffordshire and London. (R)
1/10 Pest control expert Brian deals with a bathroom overrun with mice. (R)
1/15 When a family car catches fire in the lion enclosure at a safari park, there's no way out. (R)
6/20 Janet learns about the geological history that makes the Cotswolds landscape so beautiful. (R)
3/26 The Antiques Roadshow is back among the ruins of Kirby Hall in Northamptonshire. (R)
3/15 The upside-down house in Wales reaches a critical stage. (R)
Jo Coburn presents the latest political news, interviews and debate.
7/9 Nigel Slater chats with Alex Kingston about her personal experiences of food. (R)
Another edition of the cooking challenge, with David 'Kid' Jensen and Erika North. (R)
The latest political stories from Wales and Westminster.
4/4 Derek Brockway enjoys walks around Cardiff Bay and around a former slate mine. (R)
3/10 Sebastian Coe sets out to discover if there is any truth in his grandmother's claims. (R)
12/25 Michael Portillo visits the home in Hartlebury of Queen Victoria's favourite bishop. (R)
55/76 Presenter Paul Martin is in Ashbourne. A picnic set brings surprising auction results. (R)
2/5 A truck driver wants to create the perfect outside space for his burgeoning family.
1/3 Dave Myers, Edith Bowman, Dr Dawn Harper and Wendi Peters get sewing.
3/5 Brian considers the possibility of alien life - could it exist and will we ever find it?
1/3 Barra Best discovers County Down's version of Stonehenge and spends a day at the races. (R)
3/5 The other side of the monsoon. Now, the winds turn dry and bring drought. (R)
Mark Carruthers looks at the day's events at the Assembly and Northern Ireland Executive.
4/4 Following guests connected to the hotel's past and reliving the terrorist attack of 2008. (R)
2/14 The candidates are asked to design a piece of wearable technology. (R)