27/80 Martin and Lucy visit properties in Cornwall, Ashford and Northumberland. (R)
17/20 A benefit cheat tries to avoid paying back what he owes a council. (R)
12/15 Joe returns to the West Sussex coast to see how Andrew and Catherine have been getting on. (R)
13/15 Featuring a solicitor-turned-sculptor and a retired police officer. (R)
2/4 Warwick Davis, Duncan Bannatyne, Simon Reeve and Andy Akinwolere compete in the baking. (R)
2/6 Michel Roux Jr, Kate Goodman and Mary Berry create the perfect afternoon tea. (R)
35/38 See Hear enters the world of forensic lipreading.
The latest national and international news, plus top interviews and analysis.
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn are joined by Ed Vaizey and Mary Creagh.
2/15 Another chance to see the best One Show films, presented by reporters from around the UK. (R)
Nine bad losers from previous Weakest Link episodes return to face Anne Robinson again. (R)
10/31 Specialist subjects: Frederick Forsyth, Marilyn Monroe, Edward Elgar and the 1981 Ashes. (R)
8/15 Featuring miners' cottages on the Stiperstones and Stokesay Court in Shropshire. (R)
2/8 Championing the use of British-grown peas and rhubarb with several delicious recipes. (R)
7/12 Some species have overcome the force of gravity to fly through the air. (R)
13/26 Finds include a belt clasp connecting Annie Oakley with Queen Victoria. (R)
A party political broadcast by the Labour Party.
134/140 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
3/5 Ellie Harrison visits Britain's forests, looking at charcoal creation and tree planting.
28/45 The three Northern Ireland chefs prepare their main course.
6/6 The Bikers pick up some insider secrets from king of foraging, David Everitt-Matthias.
Documentary looking at child poverty in America, which has reached record levels.
Alastair Sooke presents a cultural history of the oldest tube network in the world.
The economic legacy of Hugo Chavez, help for the Syrian rebels and payday loans reform.
4/6 The West Coast Mainline is the busiest route in Europe, linking London to Glasgow. (R)
35/38 See Hear enters the world of forensic lipreading. (R)
Programmes will resume at 04:00
2/2 The geography and culture of China, as seen through the eyes of five local children.
1/2 The mountains, rivers and coastline of Germany, seen through the eyes of local children.
1/3 Child-led documentary exploring the exciting and busy port of Rotterdam. (R)
Six classic fairytales are re-imagined and re-told through dance, movement and animation. (R)
5/20 A herd of elephants moves across the land and finds water.
19/20 How different family members of meerkats interact together in the wild.
3/20 A look at what happens to different landscapes through the four seasons.
Thursday 7 March 2013