12/32 Mark Kermode reviews Untouchable. Plus, Tim Samuels has the Man Booker Prize odds. (R)
Including a preview of the Conservative Party Conference with James Brokenshire.
14/20 Ben Fogle and Kate Humble meet rats that are trained to hunt for landmines. (R)
73/90 Ed Hall and Nikki Bedi head to Herefordshire to help a couple with a downsizing mission. (R)
6/20 Nicola and Jimmy Cliff from Leeds want to start a new life in Australia. (R)
20/20 A ferocious grass fire melts all around it as it threatens to engulf homes. (R)
1/75 David Barby falls in love with a surprising piece of Staffordshire pottery. (R)
5/30 David Barby and Margie Cooper's road trip ends with an auction in Lincoln.
10/10 In North West England, Jules Hudson looks at the performers who kept troops entertained.
19/25 Denise Nurse visits Worcestershire to help a couple find a family home. (R)
15/26 Euan is at the Scottish Smallholders Festival and Sarah learns about Shetland wool.
3/7 Greg Hemphill examines how Scotland's cities have featured in homegrown TV drama. (R)
26/31 Monty Don shares tips for planting bulbs in a variety of places in the garden.
2/3 Dr Pamela Cox explores how the Victorian 'ideal' of service came to be questioned.
6/11 Darryl Grimason reveals the hidden life below the surface of Strangford Lough. (R)
Kirsty Wark and guests give their verdict on JK Rowling's new novel The Casual Vacancy.
Saturday 6 October 2012