1/8 Lesley needs to closely monitor Neelam whose pregnancy is complicated by her diabetes. (R)
11/15 Reviews of films including The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Parkland and Vendetta. (R)
50/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Devon, London and Derbyshire. (R)
2/20 A scared burglar leaps from a window to escape - but leaves his hat behind. (R)
2/5 James Martin shows the team where to buy local produce and how to prepare simple soups. (R)
18/20 The animal rescue specialists are called when a border collie gets its leg trapped. (R)
A CGI recreation of an ancient limbed fish emerging to take its first steps on land. (R)
4/6 Recipes include caesar salad, a classic roast, fish and chips, and date and toffee pudding (R)
17/32 See Hear joins accomplished deaf flautist Ruth Montgomery on her travels.
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn with live coverage of Prime Minister's Questions.
A former model seeks help to raise cash to improve her home with a fireplace. (R)
42/80 Paul Martin presents from York racecourse with experts Mark Stacey and Michael Baggott. (R)
4/28 Carol explores subjects that all begin with the letter D. (R)
5/8 The experts visit a marine reserve and report on rust's threat to the Forth Road Bridge. (R)
Coverage of some of the day's debates in the Scottish Parliament.
4/6 Keith cooks pork with black beans for the local cowboys on a film set. (R)
9/14 Following Luna's tumultuous life, as various people try to determine his fate. (R)
15/20 Michaela Strachan and Martin Hughes-Games scour the West Country for antique bargains. (R)
17/20 Janet Ellis and Sophie Ellis Bextor go from Essex to Yorkshire with £400 each to spend.
15/24 The chefs are given 15 minutes to make a creme patissiere to use as base for a souffle.
3/6 This episode focuses on the staple foods of everyday Tudor life - bread and ale.
Jennifer O'Leary assesses whether or not Gerry Adams is still a help to Sinn Fein. (R)
Clemency Burton-Hill with a profile of the Royal Court's first female artistic director.
3/3 How in the 1970s and '80s, everything from sport to music became weapons in the Cold War. (R)
17/32 See Hear joins accomplished deaf flautist Ruth Montgomery on her travels. (R)
Fazer from N-Dubz prepares seven urban musicians for a performance at the BBC Proms. (R)
Thursday 28 November 2013