1/6 Following the staff of King's Cross station as they prepare to open a new concourse. (R)
The parents of two year old Raj face an unimaginable dilemma. (R)
27/32 With a look at the work of Roy Lichtenstein, the history of the whodunnit, and Kraftwerk. (R)
14/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Yorkshire, Mid Glamorgan and Devon. (R)
4/20 An investigation into a council department head unearths a number of ghost employees. (R)
10/30 Clive Holland helps resurrect the retirement dreams of a pair of brothers in Telford. (R)
10/10 A professional photographer hopes for a shot at the big time. (R)
12/25 Fiona Bruce and the team travel to Fountains Abbey near Ripon in Yorkshire. (R)
On the panel: Maria Miller, Mary Creagh, Susan Kramer, George Galloway and Fraser Nelson. (R)
Andrew looks ahead to next month's budget and gets the latest on the horsemeat scandal.
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by actor Terence Stamp. (R)
15/20 Melvyn Bragg is in Watford to look back at films relating to school days in the 1960s. (R)
Sophie Dahl explores the extraordinary life and times of her food heroine, Mrs Beeton. (R)
2/12 David Attenborough explores the ways animals adapt to survive in regions of snow and ice. (R)
4/26 Treasures from Hartlepool include a Steiff teddy bear and a Chinese paper passport. (R)
2/2 Dishes include Beaujolais berry jelly, and chicken and tongue with rich sauces. (R)
14/45 The North West chefs get a final chance to impress with their dessert. (R)
5/15 The Flog It! team explores what it means to be an auctioneer.
15/45 The two remaining North West chefs must cook their entire menus for the judges.
1/3 Cruise company P&O gathers its entire fleet for a review by the Princess Royal. (R)
3/3 Monty Don looks at the influence France's artistic tradition has had on its gardens.
Kirsty Wark and guests discuss Cloud Atlas and Playing Cards 1: Spades.
Saturday 16 February 2013