1/32 Radha Manjeshwar highlights recent issues deaf people have had with access to healthcare. (R)
45/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Stoke, Tooting and Manchester. (R)
8/20 Dom is contacted by two people about a TV, phone and internet provider. (R)
18/20 Officers at Southwark Council unwittingly uncover evidence of benefit fraud. (R)
3/20 Mark Franks and Phil Serrell go up against each other at an auction in Rayleigh. (R)
4/4 The team find what could be several important lost works by Thomas Gainsborough. (R)
4/31 Monty Don pots up his dahlia tubers and offers tips for getting the best results. (R)
Andrew Neil and Tim Harford look at MPs' expenses and a new play about Margaret Thatcher.
12/20 Ex-military man John Whale goes up against Kira McLeary's Caribbean Instant Restaurant. (R)
54/75 Karen Curry and her sister Lesley want to sell mementoes inherited from their parents. (R)
2/8 Mark Horton has privileged access to the historic dockyards at Devonport. (R)
5/11 A look at earth's most spectacular deserts, revealing the secrets behind desert survival. (R)
6/14 The bakers face a Queen of Pudding, a recipe direct from the archives of Mary Berry. (R)
10/28 Objects featured include a Scottish broadsword bought with money saved from a paper round. (R)
4/6 A visit to the site of the Battle of the Boyne, where James II was beaten by William III. (R)
4/20 Nicki Chapman is house hunting in Dubrovnik, Croatia.
4/40 It is the Northern Ireland chefs' last chance to impress with their dessert courses.
2/26 Jim sets about repairing the lawn and investigates a range of ready-made compost.
1/3 Lord Digby Jones helps a family-owned company with over 40 employees.
1/3 Ian Hislop explores two of Britain's most inspiring monarchs, King Arthur and King Alfred. (R)
Friday 11 April 2014