Andrew Neil is joined by former Conservative party leader Michael Howard.
7/20 Tim Akers wonders if the writing’s on the wall for a lovely Victorian desk. (R)
47/90 Rani Price and Ed Hall are hunting for both houses and ghosts in Oxfordshire. (R)
17/20 Two music teachers from rural Shropshire spend their trial week in Melbourne. (R)
9/10 Paul Martin travels to Wales to meet master weaver Stuart Neil.
14/30 Anita Manning and Philip Serrell head for the bright lights of Blackpool.
June Whitfield tells the story of her career, which has spanned almost 60 years.
4/8 The Bikers go in search of mums who share their love of being lazy. (R)
7/8 The team face the conditions of 1944, when fields were full of troops preparing for D-Day.
5/6 All four of the workplace choirs compete against each other for the first time.
3/3 Ian Hislop takes a look at the ups and downs of the stiff upper lip since World War I. (R)
14/32 Gus Casely-Hayford looks at the Cannes and Sundance film hit Beasts of the Southern Wild. (R)
Friday 19 October 2012