David Dimbleby chairs from Stirling. The panel includes Scottish Secretary Michael Moore. (R)
6/45 Returning contenders Michael Smith, Tony Singh and Mark Greenaway compete. (R)
7/45 Returning contenders Michael Smith, Tony Singh and Mark Greenaway compete with fish. (R)
8/45 Will the winning main course be goat tagine, a beef dish or a duck dish? (R)
9/45 Will the winning dessert be a comedy custard pie, a chocolate dessert or doughnuts? (R)
10/45 Only one chef can make it through to the national finals to represent Scotland. (R)
The team are at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, to see how the sun affects our planet. (R)
5/7 Simon Schama investigates the Black Death - the horror of medieval Britain. (R)
5/6 Julian Richards joins a team examining the remains of two crouch burials in Bleadon. (R)
6/8 Nicholas Crane examines William Smith's 1815 Geological Map of England and Wales. (R)
6/6 Anjum Anand catches up with those featured in the series. (R)
2/5 Neil Jenkins reflects on a game that became a turning point in Welsh rugby. (R)
Mary Berry charts her life from her WW2 childhood to her big break in 1960s London. (R)
Andrew Graham-Dixon visits some of the world's oldest works of art in Northern Spain.
How the thousands of satellites orbiting the Earth have transformed the modern world. (R)
2/7 Touring western USA, the team takes in racing circuits and a dash against the police. (R)
9/16 Another edition of Eorpa reporting on the most interesting stories from around Europe.
9/10 In the jungles of Peru, the world's biggest otters must fight caiman to save their cubs.
Howard Goodall looks at the age of Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert and Chopin.
Sunday 10 February 2013