26/45 The curtain raises on the competition in Northern Ireland. (R)
27/45 The three Northern Ireland chefs cook their fish courses. (R)
28/45 The three Northern Ireland chefs prepare their main course. (R)
29/45 Which desserts will help two Northern Ireland chefs get through to their regional final? (R)
30/45 The two remaining Northern Ireland chefs must cook their menus for the judges. (R)
2/4 Featuring the revolutionary period in Britain after the execution of Charles I. (R)
3/6 Investigates the skeletons of a woman and three children at a Stone Age temple in Dorset. (R)
Chris Lintott and Lucie Green are at the Kielder observatory to see how everyone got on. (R)
The Coast experts visit a spectacular marine reserve off St Abbs and the Bass Rock. (R)
1/6 Anjum Anand heads to Liverpool to help Lyn cook Indian food to be sold at a market. (R)
27/31 Subjects include WB Yeats, Otto von Bismarck and the novels of Sarah Waters. (R)
29/37 The University of Manchester plays University College, London in the quarter-finals. (R)
8/34 A retrospective look at television appearances made over the years by James Stewart.
An army officer is drawn into the conflicts of a violent New Mexico ranching dynasty.
6/6 In Scotland, zoologist Andy Torbet braves one of the most dangerous beaches in Britain. (R)
Mark Chapman introduces the comprehensive live results service.
15/23 Catherine finds autographs of two of the greatest stars of the silver screen. (R)
Examining the hidden gems revealed by the Your Paintings project.
6/7 First of a two-part special in which the team seek the definitive source of the Nile. (R)
3/6 During an exercise, Captain Mainwaring poses as a secret agent. (R)
Charting the fight of female factory workers at the Ford Dagenham plant for equal pay.
How the British fell in love with the American dream cars made at Ford in Dagenham.
Factual drama. An American officer is shot down on a reconnaissance flight over Vietnam.
Sunday 10 March 2013