19/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Cornwall, County Durham and London. (R)
19/20 Dom meets a family who cut their holiday short due to the accommodation. (R)
10/10 Six injured seals are nursed back to health and returned to the sea. (R)
14/20 Investigators for the NHS discover a financial analyst siphoning off taxpayers' money. (R)
1/6 Coast reveals surprising stories of invasions around the British Isles. (R)
19/25 Michael Portillo visits a garden used as a viewing platform for public hangings. (R)
Click looks at silent tech and technology atop the tallest building in Western Europe. (R)
The latest national and international news, plus top interviews and analysis.
The latest international news from the BBC.
Jo Coburn is joined by Charles Kennedy, Margaret Beckett, Lord Forsyth and Clare Gerada.
5/10 Peter and Dan Snow share their five favourite reads. (R)
Anne Robinson presents the quick-fire general knowledge quiz. (R)
5/31 Subjects include: The life of Elizabeth Fry and the Swallows and Amazons novels. (R)
2/14 Amateur bakers make an eight-strand plaited loaf and bake 12 sweet and 12 savoury bagels. (R)
1/20 Furniture restorer Tim Akers revives some 300-year-old battle-scarred chairs. (R)
5/5 Revealing how small insects can accomplish great things by working in amazing partnerships (R)
11/80 Paul Martin presents from Cambridge, with experts James Lewis and Elizabeth Talbot. (R)
35/155 Dermot Murnaghan hosts a general knowledge quiz. (R)
1/20 Tom Kitchin begins his search for a protege at Perth College where he himself trained.
Charles and Jonathan start in Greyabbey, then head for auctions in Belfast and Omagh. (R)
1/3 Andrew Lamberty helps a dementia support charity and an animal shelter.
1/5 When a Belfast murder remains unsolved, Stella Gibson is brought in to catch the killer.
10/13 Stephen Mangan guest hosts, with guests Kayvan Novak and Michelle Heaton. (R)
In-depth investigation and analysis of the news with Emily Maitlis.
Revealing Marie Curie's personal life and the challenges she faced and overcame. (R)
1/14 The battle to become Lord Sugar's next business partner begins with a selling task. (R)
4/8 The story of a tetraplegic coming to terms with a changed relationship with his daughter. (R)
Programmes will resume at 04:00
Composer Barry Russell passes on techniques, skills and best practice to students. (R)
Pianist Tom Horton performs Bach's Prelude in C Major.
Performances of Danse Macabre by Saint-Saens and The Chairman Dances by John Adams.
Inspirational British medal-winning Olympians talk about their lives and careers. (R)
2/2 Children use technological tools to uncover unsung historical heroes on their doorsteps. (R)
Tuesday 14 May 2013