Julia Bradbury and Matt Baker visit Essex, where Julia travels along a dangerous footpath. (R)
47/100 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Liverpool, Kent and Derby. (R)
21/25 Paul Martin and the team are at Stroud's Subscription Rooms. (R)
12/32 Kate Bliss and Charles Hanson help the teams to find bargains at Ardingly. (R)
2/20 Croydon Council suspect a young family have been living illegally for over a decade. (R)
1/8 As the Georgian house at Rock Farm is restored, an extraordinary discovery is made. (R)
6/20 Working under Theo Randall's tutelage, the students cook a wild mushroom risotto. (R)
Click takes a look at a futuristic home, and reports on the rising trend of tech repairers (R)
12/25 Carol explores subjects that all begin with the letter L. (R)
1/9 Torchwood star John Barrowman discusses the difficulties of coming out to his family. (R)
6/6 Looking at how Australia's remarkable wildlife interacts with its human population. (R)
6/26 Finds include musical drinking glasses and drawings by Beatrix Potter. (R)
5/6 Jeremy Clarkson and James May investigate the increasingly popular 'crossover'. (R)
3/3 Paul Murton travels by Morris Minor up Scotland's east coast, from Carnoustie to Aberdeen.
5/5 The highlights from the four-day Royal Welsh Show 2013.
4/6 Raymond Blanc prepares an extraordinary salt baked leg of lamb and a pistachio soufflé.
Professor Mary Beard explores the life and times of the notorious Roman emperor Caligula.
A fresh perspective on issues facing rural communities. (R)
Glenn Campbell hosts a debate on the monarchy.
Unlocks the secrets of a tomb containing over 2,000 bodies in the catacombs of Rome. (R)
Griff Rhys Jones learns about the army of West Africans his father served alongside. (R)
Tuesday 30 July 2013