Neil Oliver discovers why a delegation from the US Navy visits Whitehaven every year. (R)
The Countryfile team visit Abergavenny, famous for its markets and its food. (R)
63/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Cornwall, London and Gwent. (R)
10/20 The air ambulance team find a schoolgirl lying at the bottom of a huge sandstone rock. (R)
10/10 A supposedly injured man is caught displaying surprisingly athletic abilities. (R)
12/20 Nicki Chapman meets Claire Whyte, who has long dreamt of emigrating to Australia. (R)
4/8 Oz Clarke reveals the truth about supermarkets' discounted wine. (R)
1/10 James Martin visits the sunny South East to find out why Kent's cherries are so sweet. (R)
Click is at Japan's biggest tech show, where we try on a superhuman exoskeleton. (R)
Jo Coburn with political news and debate, including George Osborne's visit to China.
31/45 Welsh chefs Aled Williams, Gareth Jones and Hywel Jones battle it out. (R)
Floyd tastes Jersey potatoes and liver in cream sauce, and conger eel and marigold soup. (R)
3/60 Paul Martin is joined by antiques experts Kate Alcock and James Braxton. (R)
1/6 Rick Stein savours the British-influenced dishes in Kolkata and Chennai. (R)
4/6 Recipes include caesar salad, a classic roast, fish and chips, and date and toffee pudding
1/2 Stephen discovers what it means to be gay in Uganda, where it may become a capital crime.
Looking at the Irish people's relationship with the wolf from prehistory. (R)
McCauley catches up with SOAK to review Sons & Daughters and Other Voices. (R)
Mark Carruthers looks at the day's events at the Assembly and Northern Ireland Executive.
Art critic Alastair Sooke heads to the new Leonardo da Vinci exhibition in Edinburgh. (R)
2/5 How medieval Jews struggled to preserve their identity under Christian and Islamic rule. (R)
Tuesday 15 October 2013