How the Victorians gave us a taste for exotic plants and a love of bold statements. (R)
31/31 Features berry-laden hedgerows and Julian Clary's garden. (R)
James Martin takes a look back at some of his favourite recipes and best moments. (R)
5/20 Paul invites the Meringue Girls to fill his kitchen with colour. (R)
6/20 Paul uses cheese from Yorkshire, lavender from Kent and chocolate from Paul A Young. (R)
2/6 Michel Roux Jr, Kate Goodman and Mary Berry create the perfect afternoon tea. (R)
1/6 The team starts in London and then explores the curious coast of Belgium. (R)
8/31 Nick Crane explores the violent history of smuggling around the Gower Peninsula. (R)
Experts Anita Manning and James Lewis search for antiques in Portsmouth. (R)
21/26 Dougie Vipond presents the show celebrating the working world of the Scottish countryside. (R)
Glen Campbell uncovers the events behind President John F Kennedy's last visit to Britain. (R)
37/75 Jonnie Irwin meets an urban couple looking for a family home in the Essex countryside. (R)
1/10 Looking at the shocking assassination of American president John F Kennedy in 1963. (R)
13/31 The story of president John F Kennedy's trip to Galway just five months before he died. (R)
The inside story of growing up in one of the twentieth century's most powerful families. (R)
4/6 Michael Portillo explores Scandinavia, braving one of the world's oldest rollercoasters.
5/6 It's been the longest dry season in living memory but the rains have finally come.
Celebrating the life in comedy of the much-loved and respected actor, Felix Dexter.
Mark Carruthers looks at the political developments of the week.
McCauley catches up with SOAK to review Sons & Daughters and Other Voices. (R)
Julia Bradbury visits Shugborough Halle. Matt Baker joins some first time farmers. (R)
Monday 18 November 2013