9/10 Revealing the social, intelligent side of the killer whale. (R)
2/2 How the Cold War underwater arms race took ballistic missiles beneath the Arctic ice. (R)
5/14 Natural World investigates the vital bond between animal mothers and their babies. (R)
3/20 Philip Serrell and Thomas Plant make some unlikely purchases on their last road trip. (R)
4/20 Paul Laidlaw buys some nightmarish figures and Mark Stacey goes retro. (R)
5/20 Mark Stacey and Paul Laidlaw match wits on their journey from Lancashire to Somerset. (R)
James Martin takes a look back at some of his best moments from Saturday Kitchen.
20/26 Rachel Khoo cooks trout in a parcel and Raymond Blanc cooks Tarte Tatin.
50/60 Paul Martin and the team take over Stockport Town Hall. (R)
2/2 James Cracknell and Ben Fogle find their journey is quickly falling behind schedule. (R)
47/76 Items include a 1938 autographed cricket bat and an unusual Claris Cliff plate. (R)
2/5 A celebration of those famous tan-coloured drapes and the double-act in front of them. (R)
Michael Palin explores the extraordinary life and work of American artist Andrew Wyeth.
The story of 2013 told through high-impact images of the year. (R)
Darryl Grimason explores some of the most stunning walks around Northern Ireland. (R)
The Countryfile team celebrate a woodland Christmas in Gloucestershire. (R)
Monday 30 December 2013