63/80 The properties featured are in Derby, west London and Gretna. (R)
19/20 Dom meets Dee and her daughter, who struggled to start a new life after leaving Portugal. (R)
3/20 In Berkshire a couple's attempts to make their home more accessible are left high and dry. (R)
Musical romance. A gambler is made to earn 25,000 dollars to prove he's not a layabout.
Musical biography of the popular dance duo of the early 20th century.
Jo Coburn with the latest political news, interviews and debate.
Colin Murray and Bobby George review the best action from the opening weekend.
1/5 Griff travels upstream from Kinlochleven into one of the most remote areas of Scotland. (R)
1/26 Michael Aspel presents his first Antiques Roadshow from the Victoria and Albert Museum. (R)
93/140 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
1/25 Michael Portillo sees Shakespeare through the eyes of a Victorian railway tourist.
1/10 Investigating a seemingly routine case, the heir hunters make an incredible discovery.
21/37 In the second round, Magdalen College Oxford plays the University of Manchester.
James Holland takes a fresh look a the battle for Malta during the Second World War.
1/3 In Svalbard, Gordon Buchanan and the team find a polar bear birth den.
Is the governing coalition a happy marriage or a civil partnership? With Gavin Esler.
Colin Murray introduces highlights from the night's matches in Frimley Green.
Matt Roberts introduces highlights from the NFL wild card play-offs.
Rob Walker presents highlights from day 3 of the 2013 World Championships.
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
How Felix Baumgartner became the first person to free-fall through the sound barrier. (R)
A mysterious code underpins the world. What does it mean and what can we learn from it? (R)
Exploring the moon, stars and beyond with young children and their families. (R)
Blue Peter challenges us to make rockets and measure the solar system with a toilet roll. (R)
Tuesday 8 January 2013