6/6 Dara O Briain and his team of experts explore the science behind music. (R)
30/38 Investigates the lack of funding for parents of deaf children who want to learn to sign. (R)
74/80 Martin and Lucy visit properties in Lincolnshire, Kent and Shropshire. (R)
13/15 A customer paid thousands for a second hand car but the car turned out to be faulty. (R)
1/30 In Oswestry, a legal secretary's dreams of renovating her two-bed cottage end in disaster. (R)
14/15 Dom investigates customers' rights when it comes to dealing with double glazing salesmen. (R)
20/24 The last pair of semi-finalists go to work at the UK's only two Michelin starred pub. (R)
5/20 A family is devastated when a burglar steals their Christmas presents from under the tree. (R)
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn are joined by business and PR expert Roland Rudd.
Coverage of First Minister's Questions.
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Brenda Blethyn and Martin Clunes. (R)
4/23 An outdoor swimmer explains why swimming along the coast is an antidote to modern stress. (R)
4/20 In South Wales, Melvyn Bragg looks back to the 1930s and salutes Britain's coal miners. (R)
4/4 Rick heads for the little-known region of Extremadura, then on to the city of Seville. (R)
4/13 David Attenborough looks at the role of a few of the millions of insect species. (R)
14/26 Items featured include a lady's bureau and a silver cruet set. (R)
A Party Political Broadcast by Plaid Cymru. (R)
19/25 Michael Portillo visits a garden used as a viewing platform for public hangings.
3/4 A look at people who share a passion for steam with the volunteers at Llangollen Railway. (R)
4/4 We meet the last generation of Welsh steam railwaymen and visit a heritage railway. (R)
1/5 JJ Williams recalls the memorable match between Wales and Ireland in January 1977.
4/45 Which dessert will judge Richard Corrigan find sweetest?
1/8 Three house builders proposing to build on a greenfield site meet opposition from locals.
2/4 How the steam locomotive, the internal combustion engine and the jet engine were invented.
Why does winter makes us ill? And what can we do to protect ourselves from viruses? (R)
25/32 A design themed edition of the Culture Show presented by Tom Dyckhoff. (R)
8/8 Exploring the appeal of the most traditional British holiday destination - the campsite. (R)
Friday 1 February 2013