1/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Stoke on Trent, Kent and South Wales. (R)
1/20 Dramatic events from the day-to-day work of the emergency services. (R)
1/10 Armed robbers target a jewellery shop, but the owners have some tricks up their sleeve. (R)
2/25 Carol explores subjects that all begin with the letter B. (R)
7/45 Returning contenders Michael Smith, Tony Singh and Mark Greenaway compete with fish. (R)
8/10 The team help a growing family whose house extension was put on hold due to redundancy. (R)
Will the massive challenges faced by Tunisia ultimately undermine its revolution? (R)
The latest national and international news, plus top interviews and analysis.
The latest international news from the BBC.
Jo Coburn is joned by Peter Stringfellow to discuss the new inflation basket of goods.
7/15 Another chance to see the best One Show films, presented by reporters from around the UK. (R)
Warrington v St Helens, Huddersfield v Leeds, Wigan v Catalan and Castleford v Hull. (R)
Dick Strawbridge looks at World War II's secret and disastrous Operation Tiger. (R)
14/31 Subjects include Vaughan Williams, Sir George Cayley, and TV series MASH. (R)
12/15 John Craven and Jules Hudson join a youth club in Dorchester. (R)
6/8 Mary Berry has a passion for fresh herbs and Jason Atherton promotes the use of cabbage. (R)
3/12 David Attenborough looks at the ingenious ways animals solve the problem of finding food. (R)
17/26 Finds in Witney include seascapes brought over from Holland and an album of watercolours. (R)
138/140 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
2/20 Ed and Valentine go to the Lambeth Country Show for the the Garden Vegetable Cake category
2/10 Michael Portillo travels south to the Cote d'Azur and Monte Carlo. (R)
32/45 The three chefs try to impress veteran judge Marcus Wareing with their fish courses.
5/6 Alex helps Pisces fish and chip shop who are struggling to attract lunchtime trade.
5/6 With millions of neighbours, the railway must manage relations with local communities.
3/6 Sara's ex-girlfriend surprises her, meanwhile Jamie is in crisis about his masculinity.
Including the bedroom tax, Muslim insurgency in Nigeria and the comet, Pan-Starrs.
Dan Snow looks at how Syria's civil war has been shaped by the country's history. (R)
A mother receives the devastating news that her daughter has a malignant brain cancer. (R)
Programmes will resume at 04:00
1/2 Brian Cox explores how Earth became host to the incredible natural world we see today.
2/2 Brian Cox explains how life is shaped by both the environment and the laws of nature.
Neil Oliver explores the world of the Vikings, based on his BBC Two series. (R)
5/20 A herd of elephants moves across the land and finds water.
Wednesday 13 March 2013