29/80 Martin and Lucy visit properties in North Yorkshire, Kent and Cornwall. (R)
20/20 Investigators reveal how a family who seemed to have hit hard times were hiding fraud. (R)
15/15 Joe meets Martyn and Louise, who bought a run-down Edwardian terrace in need of some TLC. (R)
1/25 Carol explores subjects that all begin with the letter A. (R)
6/45 Returning contenders Michael Smith, Tony Singh and Mark Greenaway compete. (R)
Countryfile heads to the wild, rugged and dramatic landscape of Northumberland. (R)
A look at how soldiers on the battlefield and cyberspace defences are prepared for combat. (R)
The latest national and international news, plus top interviews and analysis.
The latest international news from the BBC.
Jo Coburn is joined by business minister David Willetts.
6/15 Another chance to see the best One Show films, presented by reporters from around the UK. (R)
Wales take on Scotland at Murrayfield, England host Italy, and France play Ireland. (R)
Nicholas Crane visits Norfolk and discovers the effect the weather can have on sea levels. (R)
13/31 Subjects include WWII, films of Gregory Peck, and Plymouth Argyle Football Club. (R)
11/15 John Craven and Jules Hudson travel around Dorset, Somerset and Devon. (R)
5/8 Raymond Blanc champions plums and Angela Hartnett suggests we should eat more turkey. (R)
2/12 From creches of bats to elephant babysitters, how animals bring up their young. (R)
16/26 In Devon, the team of experts uncover a copy of a play with royalty on the cast list. (R)
A party political broadcast by the Liberal Democrats.
137/140 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
1/20 Ed and Valentine enter their roulades in the Otley Show, taking on the local experts.
1/10 Michael Portillo travels through France and makes his first stop in Paris. (R)
31/45 In central England, three culinary heavyweights return to the Great British Menu kitchen.
30/37 The quarter-finals continue as Imperial College, London meet the University of Bangor.
6/6 Michel Roux Jr, Kate Goodman and Rachel Khoo create the perfect luxury dish.
Dan Snow looks at how Syria's civil war has been shaped by the country's history.
7/13 Hosted by The IT Crowd's Richard Ayoade, with guests Caroline Flack and Ed Sheeran. (R)
Chris Huhne and Vicky Price, a view from Catholic Mexico and Ken Loach on the spirit of 45
1/3 London cabbie Mason McQueen heads to Mumbai to test his driving skills. (R)
1/2 Eddie Izzard explores the secrets of his mother's family history over 10,000 generations. (R)
Programmes will resume at 03:55
1/5 Two boys are caught stealing laundry that has been put out to dry on bushes.
2/5 A father and son stand accused of grave robbing.
3/5 A woman enlists the help of two men to help her murder her husband.
4/5 Suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst stands accused of damage to property.
5/5 Looking at the trial of thief-taker Jonathan Wild, which centred on the stealing of lace.
Short films exploring fundamental philosophical concepts through everyday questions.
6/10 William learns how the different types of bees who live in a beehive make and store honey. (R)
9/10 In the ancient Caledonian Forest, William learns about different types of trees. (R)
4/10 William learns how houses can be adapted to save energy, before visiting the allotment. (R)
Tuesday 12 March 2013