46/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Staffordshire, Kent and Yorkshire. (R)
9/20 Dom helps a man who was involved in a car accident that was not his fault. (R)
19/20 The fraud team at Ealing call on a handwriting expert to help convict two benefit cheats. (R)
4/20 Mark Franks and Phil Serrell visit the market in the Belgian town of Sint Truiden. (R)
7/12 The amateurs are in the suburbs of Berrylands to create interiors for classic 1930s homes. (R)
1/6 Mary Berry shows how to host a traditional tea party without any fuss. (R)
Damien McGuiness is in Latvia to explore an abandoned Soviet military base.
Andrew Neil has the top political stories of the day.
13/20 Nav Dey's Indian Thali battles against Angela Heather's menu of country classics. (R)
55/75 Jill Taylor of Wrexham needs £500 to furnish her mum's retirement home. (R)
2/6 The team's journey continues around the stunning shores of Devon and Cornwall. (R)
6/11 David Attenborough examines the frozen worlds of the Arctic and Antarctic. (R)
7/14 The bakers take on three sweet dough challenges. (R)
11/28 Objects include a revealing letter written on board HMS Victory by Lord Nelson. (R)
10/31 Neil Oliver visits an Atlantic sea monitoring station off the coast of Galway. (R)
5/45 The two remaining Northern Irish chefs cook their entire menus again for the judges.
3/26 A look at the lasting impact of World War I on Scotland's rural communities.
6/31 At Longmeadow, Monty Don finishes rejuvenating his dry garden.
1/10 Africa's largest herd of elephants face a fearless pride of lions in a fight for survival.
A tale of the cut-throat world that marked the dawn of breakfast television. (R)
David Dimbleby's guests include Sajid Javid MP, Harriet Harman MP and Kirsty Williams AM. (R)
Saturday 12 April 2014