11/32 See Hear catches up with award-winning filmmakers to talk about their latest projects. (R)
1/20 A mother and baby polar bear family wake up and explore their habitat in the Arctic. (R)
67/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Cardiff, Kent and Shropshire. (R)
13/20 A fishing boat is sinking; a lifeboat man leaps to the rescue, but the skipper is missing. (R)
Joe meets Paul and Lynn Helyar, who bought a 16th-century Grade 2 Listed cottage. (R)
15/20 The Stephen family spend a week in Melbourne, to see what Australia has to offer them. (R)
3/3 Robert Peston reveals how the high street is coping with online shopping and the recession (R)
3/10 Two families try to get the most out of their budgets for their extensions. (R)
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn have the top political stories of the day.
34/45 The chef with the lowest total score from across the week will leave the competition. (R)
Keith visits St Malo in Brittany, France, and prepares his favourite dish, 'bourride'. (R)
19/60 Paul Martin presents the auctioneering action from Folkestone. (R)
3/6 Rick learns about temple cooking in Madurai and makes a traditional Keralan pork curry. (R)
4/6 Rick visits Lucknow, reputedly the curry capital of India, and cooks paneer jalfrezi. (R)
26/26 The team review the garden and celebrate its successes, which include 400 cucumbers.
2/3 Could simply standing up more transform our health?
Marie-Louise Muir talks to Neil Martin, about his career in theatre, film and television.
2/2 Stephen discovers what life is like for gay people in Brazil, Russia and India. (R)
A party political broadcast by the Ulster Unionist Party ahead of their annual conference.
Friday 18 October 2013