3/20 A look at what happens to different landscapes through the four seasons.
41/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit propertes in Margate, Cornwall and Derbyshire. (R)
14/20 The race to save a cow and its unborn calf - the heifer is stuck in six feet of slurry. (R)
Joe meets Ian and Marcie, who have bought a six bedroom Victorian house in Muswell Hill. (R)
16/20 The Kennedy family must decide whether moving to Australia is worth the gamble. (R)
9/15 Paul Martin and the team offer tips and advice about animal and bird collectables. (R)
On the panel are Mark Harper, Tristram Hunt, Diane James, Peter Oborne and Bonnie Greer. (R)
Andrew Neil discusses immigration and opposition to army cuts.
35/45 The two chefs remaining from Wales cook their entire menus for the judges. (R)
Keith visits the fish market at Newlyn and an oyster farm in the Duchy of Cornwall. (R)
24/60 Paul Martin presents the auctioneering action from Weston-super-Mare. (R)
A party political broadcast by the Scottish National Party.
5/6 Rick Stein cooks a biryani fit for a royal banquet following a visit to Rajasthan. (R)
17/26 The show that celebrates the working world of the Scottish countryside.
6/6 Julia takes an epic walk through the unruly territory of Scottish clans and Rob Roy. (R)
17/25 Michael Portillo sees how the Victorian railways first fuelled invention in Wigton. (R)
27/31 Featuring Pulmonaria, tropical plants, rowan trees and more gardening tips from the team.
8/10 Sivuqaq is an 18-year-old, larger-than-life Pacific Walrus. Can he become a dad?
Saturday 19 October 2013