Mark Carruthers looks at the political developments of the week.
1/3 A look at railways from their beginnings as tracks for coal carts in the 18th century. (R)
4/10 Annie Lennox uncovers complex family relationships blighted by illegitimacy and poverty. (R)
69/80 Martin and Lucy visit properties in London, Blackpool and Northumberland. (R)
5/15 Pete tries to get thousands of pounds in unpaid wages for the former employee of a roofer. (R)
13/20 Clive Holland catches up with homeowners the programme has helped in the past. (R)
6/15 Dom investigates the issues around employing third parties to carry out a contract. (R)
13/24 Ten chefs face their first challenge, the seven-ingredient invention test. (R)
Fergal Keane revisits Glasgow and Leeds to see how the families he met in 2000 are coping. (R)
A look at healthy gadgets, super hi-vis TVs and waterproofing phones.
Downing Street's most senior civil servant is criticised over the 'plebgate' scandal.
6/26 Items of interest in this edition include a signed Beatrix Potter book. (R)
11/25 Michael Portillo learns about a Scottish hero and visits a Highland Games.
6/10 The death of Constance Harrington from Worthing sheds light on a notorious scandal. (R)
1/4 Comic Relief takes over the Great British Bake Off tent.
6/10 In this Natural World special, three tiny orphaned jaguar cubs are trained to be wild.
Mark Carruthers looks at the day's events at the Assembly and Northern Ireland Executive.
2/15 Reviews of Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained and poignant drama The Sessions. (R)
Matt Baker and Julia Bradbury head to the Hertfordshire countryside. (R)
Tuesday 22 January 2013