82/100 Featuring a bungalow in Fife, a plot of land in Chatham and a two-bed semi in Derbyshire. (R)
3/20 Dramatic events from the day-to-day work of the emergency services. (R)
3/10 Thieves break into a garage, unaware that it is a police trap. (R)
4/25 Carol explores subjects that all begin with the letter D. (R)
9/45 Will the winning dessert be a comedy custard pie, a chocolate dessert or doughnuts? (R)
10/45 Only one chef can make it through to the national finals to represent Scotland. (R)
1/25 Michael Portillo sees Shakespeare through the eyes of a Victorian railway tourist. (R)
Theodor Meron talks about the international legal framework for delivering justice. (R)
The latest national and international news, plus top interviews and analysis.
The latest international news from the BBC.
Andrew Neil is joined by former cabinet secretary Gus O'Donnell.
9/15 Another chance to see the best One Show films, presented by reporters from around the UK. (R)
12/15 Another chance to see the best One Show films, presented by reporters from around the UK. (R)
Neil Oliver is in the Channel Islands and kayaks over to Les Ecrehous. (R)
16/31 Subjects include Richard III, Burnley Football Club, and Homer's Odyssey. (R)
14/15 John Craven and Jules Hudson visit the south west coast to explore its military history. (R)
8/8 Gary Rhodes champions British-grown cherries. Yotam Ottolenghi is passionate about nuts. (R)
5/12 David Attenborough looks at how creatures find their way around the earth. (R)
19/26 In Shetland, finds include an enamelled 18th-century glass. (R)
140/140 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
3/20 Ed and Valentine head to Brighton for the Fiery Foods UK Chilli Festival.
3/10 Michael Portillo explores the once-great empire of Austria-Hungary. (R)
35/45 The chefs must cook their entire menus for the judges, including Jim Moir aka Vic Reeves.
7/8 Cheshire villagers object to a proposal to build a crematorium outside their village.
8/18 A look at how scientists are trying to work out how moments of creativity come about.
1/6 Charlie Brooker explores TV's approach to fear. (R)
With Gavin Esler. Why the PM walked away from talks on Leveson.
A businessman sets about building an empire after discovering oil in a small town.
28/32 Looking at architectural solutions to affordable housing in this time of crisis. (R)
Panorama meets the US teachers who want to use guns to protect their schools. (R)
Programmes will resume at 04:00
How Felix Baumgartner became the first person to free-fall through the sound barrier. (R)
Fran Scott meets brilliant young inventors from around the country.
Dick and Dom explore the work of the most important inventors and scientists in history.
Friday 15 March 2013