30/80 Martin and Lucy visit properties in Kent, Cumbria and Wiltshire. (R)
19/20 The fraud team at Ealing call on a handwriting expert to help convict two benefit cheats. (R)
14/15 Joe visits Michael in Birmingham, who had planned to create a hi-tech bachelor pad. (R)
15/15 Featuring a bronze sculpture of a figure clutching a teddy bear. (R)
4/4 Claudia Winkleman, Ed Byrne, Martha Kearney and Olympian Helen Glover compete. (R)
David Dimbleby chairs from Dover, with Stephen Twigg MP, Bob Crow and Melanie Phillips. (R)
The latest national and international news, plus top interviews and analysis.
The latest international news from the BBC.
Andrew Neil discusses the Falklands and the Liberal Democrat spring conference.
5/15 Another chance to see the best One Show films, presented by reporters from around the UK. (R)
Anne Robinson presents the quick-fire general knowledge quiz. (R)
Hermione Cockburn looks at the rate at which the sands around Southport are disappearing. (R)
12/31 Specialist subjects include: history of 11th-century England and the music of Rod Stewart. (R)
10/15 John and Jules travel around the ancient Forest of Dean and the dramatic Welsh valleys. (R)
4/8 James Martin promotes different sorts of eggs and Richard Corrigan champions fish. (R)
1/12 How animals employ an extraordinary variety of techniques to disperse their offspring. (R)
15/26 Finds in Whitchurch include a valuable pair of wooden peat buckets. (R)
136/140 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
5/5 Ellie Harrison visits the Shetland Islands as she explores island life during winter.
30/45 The two remaining Northern Ireland chefs must cook their menus for the judges.
27/31 Subjects include WB Yeats, Otto von Bismarck and the novels of Sarah Waters.
1/31 Monty Don reveals the changes he has made to his garden over the winter.
3/3 Looking at how the Arab relationship with nature has changed.
4/18 With Katy Brand, Sue Perkins, David Mitchell and Alan Davies. (R)
Includes an interview with The Colour Purple author, Alice Walker.
Clemency Burton-Hill and guests discuss Peter Morgan's play The Audience.
A woman is taken in by her younger sister after 15 years in prison.
Saturday 9 March 2013