A discharged GI returns to his hometown after four years with the Marines in the Pacific.
An unyielding US Squadron Commander is deeply resented by his men.
1/5 Neil Oliver reveals the mystery of how the Gaelic Scottish Kingdom - Alba - was born. (R)
6/8 Nicholas Crane reproduces the triangulation methods of Mudge's original map. (R)
4/10 With guests Liza Tarbuck, Gyles Brandreth and Miles Jupp. (R)
1/20 Tom Kitchin begins his search for a protege at Perth College where he himself trained. (R)
2/20 Tom Kitchin continues his quest as he meets three more of his old college's best students. (R)
3/20 Tom Kitchin puts his five chosen students through their paces. (R)
4/20 Tom Kitchin introduces the aspiring chefs to his favourite ingredients, Scottish game. (R)
5/20 The students are invited to cook at Tom Kitchin's Michelin-starred Edinburgh restaurant. (R)
7/28 Carol explores subjects that all begin with the letter G. (R)
6/6 Coast explores the glorious diversity and delights offered by our beaches. (R)
1/3 Andrew Lamberty helps a dementia support charity and an animal shelter. (R)
A squad of Nazi paratroopers are sent to England to kidnap Winston Churchill.
58/75 Jewellery, toys, porcelain and a Georgian tea table all go under the hammer in Wilmslow. (R)
6/6 Mainwaring's recruitment drive gets off to a bad start. (R)
32/32 Novelist Jay McInerney explores the life and writing of F Scott Fitzgerald.
13/16 With Jo Brand, David Mitchell, Phill Jupitus and Alan Davies. (R)
Salford-born Sajid finds himself in rural Pakistan in the sequel to East Is East.
A male escort in Washington DC becomes unwittingly embroiled in a murder plot.
Sunday 19 May 2013