3/8 At Sainsbury's, the choir's deepest bass breaks cover with his passion for Dolly Parton. (R)
2/2 Stephen discovers what life is like for gay people in Brazil, Russia and India. (R)
48/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in south London and Whitehaven. (R)
6/15 Ben Fogle and Kate Humble are on hand to assist as two female lions are sedated. (R)
13/20 A fishing boat is sinking; a lifeboat man leaps to the rescue, but the skipper is missing. (R)
3/3 The team takes a look at the special relationship between humans and dogs. (R)
2/6 Tom Kerridge demonstrates how to do outdoor cooking properly. (R)
16/32 Sign Health has undertaken a project to find out the state of UK deaf people's health.
With Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn. Includes Prime Minister's questions.
Jack Osbourne presents an appeal on behalf of the Multiple Sclerosis Society. (R)
14/25 Carol explores subjects that all begin with the letter N. (R)
8/8 Neil Oliver explores the Norfolk shoreline that inspired the young Lord Nelson. (R)
6/7 Keith meets his friend Jacques Yves Cadiou and together, they cook a Brittany beef stew. (R)
Coverage of some of the day's debates in the Scottish Parliament.
8/12 A look at Fred's fascination with mining, which led him to dig his own coal mine. (R)
9/80 Paul Martin presents from Nottingham, with experts Adam Partridge and Philip Serrell. (R)
11/20 It's the battle of the soaps as Shaun Williamson and Vicky Entwistle travel to Yorkshire. (R)
13/20 Comedians Miles Jupp and Nina Wadia take a trip around Berkshire and Buckinghamshire.
11/24 The remaining four chefs in this week's heat face a test of their bread-making skills.
2/6 A look at wool production in 1500, which accounted for around half the country's wealth.
Are the dark days of recession really behind us? Jim Fitzpatrick investigates.
Alan Yentob asks fashion designer Paul Smith to choose objects which sum up his life.
2/3 Dominic Sandbrook looks at the frontline of the conflict. (R)
16/32 Sign Health has undertaken a project to find out the state of UK deaf people's health. (R)
Thursday 21 November 2013