1/7 Simon Schama visits the miraculously preserved Stone Age cottages of Skara Brae in Orkney. (R)
1/6 Potholers in the Yorkshire Dales stumble upon the remains of human burials. (R)
1/8 Nicholas Crane uses William Roy's pioneering military map of 18th-century Scotland. (R)
1/6 Anjum Anand tries to cook and sell Indian food at the Sherborne Country Fair. (R)
1/24 A look back at the milestones and highlights of Bette Davis's life and career.
6/10 Matt Tebutt argues for Mutton to reclaim its place as part of the British staple diet. (R)
Looking back at how Gareth Malone started a choir for the wives of Chivenor military base. (R)
20/20 Each expert buys one special antique to sell at one of London's most famous salerooms. (R)
3/4 The Hairy Bikers are advised to become the Hairy Cyclists to help reach their goal. (R)
4/4 Si and Dave reinvent party treats and learn just how much weight they have shed. (R)
Mark Horton unearths the history of a unique Victorian railway which ran underwater. (R)
Nicholas Crane explores the beautiful coastal area of Sefton Sands. (R)
Darryl Grimason explores some of the most stunning walks around Northern Ireland. (R)
2/4 Celebrating the extraordinary career of entertainer Stanley Baxter.
Sunday 6 January 2013