4/6 Gareth Malone visits Severn Trent Water to create his final choir. (R)
16/26 Dougie goes to school at Scotland's first pig academy. Euan learns how to make charcoal. (R)
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn present coverage of Prime Minister's Questions.
18/38 See Hear finds out how to test for dementia in BSL from the Deaf with Dementia Project.
33/90 Simon O'Brien and Jonny Benarr look for a Welsh cottage for a couple retiring to Conwy. (R)
15/20 Stonemason Mat Harris and his young family have a test week in Hobart, Tasmania. (R)
8/10 Paul Martin travels to St Ives to learn about the traditions of studio pottery.
13/30 Anita Manning and Philip Serrell's road trip continues as they head through the Dales.
3/8 The Bikers go in search of three mums who love cooking and eating outdoors. (R)
2/10 Clarissa Dickson Wright champions rabbits and Gregg Wallace campaigns for raspberries.
6/8 How banks and building societies are squeezing homebuyers with mortgage arrangement fees.
3/3 Follows three families as they search for a better life today and for future generations.
Looking at Tony Quinn and his company's influence and involvement in a Belize oil company.
14/32 Gus Casely-Hayford looks at the Cannes and Sundance film hit Beasts of the Southern Wild.
Colombia's struggle with drug trafficking as seen through the eyes of a drug baron's pet. (R)
Thursday 18 October 2012