Martin and Lucy check out a piece of land, a flat and a semi. (R)
4/10 A local community get involved in a clean-up, taking a stand against fly-tippers. (R)
4/15 A six-year-old girl takes charge after her mother falls into a coma at the wheel. (R)
9/20 In North Yorkshire, Brian Turner and Janet Street-Porter start their journey in York. (R)
3/6 Kieran and Piers find a bold architectural solution for a home unsuitable for family life. (R)
1/3 A busy weekend is in store thanks to a music festival on the Isle of Wight. (R)
36/52 Keith Wallace visits Iceland, where a tunnel is being dug into Langjokull glacier.
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Andrew Neil speaks to journalist Andrew Pierce and Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood.
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9/9 Nigel Slater chats with Brenda Blethyn about her personal experiences of food. (R)
Guests in this edition are actor William Tapley and dancer Hannah Vassallo. (R)
10/22 Jim tries to trace Megan's stalker. (R)
Cagney and Lacey investigate why elderly tenants are suffering suspicious fates. (R)
5/10 Hugh Dennis learns about his grandfathers' experiences during the First World War. (R)
15/25 Michael Portillo explores the Victorian railway legacy behind Port Talbot steel works. (R)
57/76 Gems include a Japanese ivory panel and a pristine 1950s train set. (R)
68/100 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
20/60 The star-studded Friday Panel looks forward to the next show.
5/5 Plans include a Norwegian garden complete with waterfalls. (R)
3/3 Gemma Cairney, Kathryn Flett, Timmy Matley and Helen Lederer take on the sewing room.
4/6 Dishes include lemon pepper chicken and rice pudding.
30/31 Carol Klein visits first-time gardeners Dan and Dominique as they prepare for winter.
4/18 Josh Widdicombe, Sue Perkins and Frank Skinner look at levity, levitation and lights.
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4/13 Guests include Kerry Godliman, James Acaster, Har Mar Superstar and Nicole Scherzinger. (R)
6/8 Including U2, Sam Smith, Interpol, Zola Jesus, Dave and Phil Alvin, and Slaves.
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David Dimbleby presents the topical debate from Liverpool. (R)