A moving and surprisingly uplifting insight into the reality of modern family life. (R)
40/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit three semi-detached homes across the country. (R)
12/20 A lifeboat tackles two-metre waves to rescue five people cut off by the tide. (R)
Joe meets Luke and Elizabeth, who bought an empty cottage on the Lake District borders. (R)
14/20 The Orrett family sample life in Perth with a view to emigrating. (R)
6/10 Following Leonora, a pioneering orangutan on an important mission back into the wild. (R)
2/10 Two more families try to extend their homes and fall foul of the planners. (R)
11/32 See Hear catches up with award-winning filmmakers to talk about their latest projects.
With Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn. Includes Prime Minister's Questions.
32/45 Aled Williams, Gareth Jones and Hywel Jones pull out all the stops on the fish course. (R)
33/45 The chefs from Wales battle it out with their main courses. (R)
Keith Floyd goes to Dorset where he dredges for scallops. (R)
14/60 Experts David Barby and James Braxton provide advice in Hove, Sussex. (R)
1/6 Series delving into the BBC archives to reveal how life in Northern Ireland has changed. (R)
2/6 Rick visits Mumbai and Pondicherry. He cooks the popular Parsee chicken dish Sali Murgh. (R)
3/6 Rick learns about temple cooking in Madurai and makes a traditional Keralan pork curry. (R)
5/6 Music inspired by the Dark Hedges in Stranocum, and the Low Country Boys tour the Ards.
5/6 Can Andy and Jane build a self-sufficient, eco-friendly home on their budget?
2/2 Stephen discovers what life is like for gay people in Brazil, Russia and India.
A look at the London Film Festival and the real life stories behind some of the films.
A CGI recreation of an ancient limbed fish emerging to take its first steps on land. (R)
11/32 See Hear catches up with award-winning filmmakers to talk about their latest projects. (R)
Thursday 17 October 2013