With Baroness Warsi, Alan Johnson, Dom Joly, Zoe Williams and James Delingpole. (R)
1/45 Newcomers Matt Gillan and Adam Simmonds compete with returning contender Tom Aikens. (R)
2/45 Matt Gillan and Tom Aikens cook scallop dishes and Adam delivers langouistine and oysters. (R)
3/45 It is the main course and rabbit, rose veal and venison are all dished up for the judges. (R)
4/45 Which dessert will judge Richard Corrigan find sweetest? (R)
5/45 Arabella Weir joins the judges for the final round for London and the South East chefs. (R)
4/7 The story of Edward I who tried to force English rule on Scotland and Wales. (R)
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4/6 Julian Richards investigates a coffin dug up in a rose bed at Malmesbury Abbey. (R)
5/8 Nicholas Crane uses Greenville Collins's coasting pilot to navigate the Cornish coastline. (R)
5/6 Food writer and chef Anjum Anand travels to Cornwall. (R)
1/5 JJ Williams recalls the memorable match between Wales and Ireland in January 1977. (R)
4/34 A retrospective of television appearances made by legendary star and dancer Gene Kelly.
3/4 Ellie Simmonds, Kirsty Wark, Julia Bradbury and Bob Mortimer compete in the baking battle. (R)
4/75 In Stroud, expert Kate Bliss's keen eye spots a silver tea set with a difference. (R)
3/3 Helen Czerski shows how the earth's angle of tilt creates the most extreme weather. (R)
1/7 Jeremy Clarkson attempts to build a car that is even smaller than the famous Peel P50. (R)
8/16 Another edition of Eorpa reporting on the most interesting stories from around Europe.
2/2 One of the orphaned baby kangaroos has fallen seriously ill and may not make it.
Neil Oliver visits Chapel Bay Fort in Milford Haven. (R)
A look at Billy Connolly's career as he is presented with a special BAFTA award.
Howard Goodall looks at the musical innovations of the period between 1650 and 1750.
9/11 Darryl Grimason swims with sharks in his exploration of the coastline. (R)
Sunday 3 February 2013