10/20 A hidden 'carcass-cam' shows the ruthless efficiency of the white-backed vultures. (R)
61/100 A house in Salford, a plot in Chatham and a property in Brampton that could be split. (R)
4/10 We hear from two people whose hotels failed to live up to their descriptions online. (R)
18/20 Officers at Southwark Council unwittingly uncover evidence of benefit fraud. (R)
18/25 Objects on show at Cheltenham Town Hall include a curious table with hooves for legs. (R)
David Dimbleby presents from Belfast, where the panel includes Ian Paisley Jr. (R)
Drama based on the exploits of the American ice hockey team at the 1980 Winter Olympics.
4/10 Anne Robinson is joined by lyricist Tim Rice and Strictly star Russell Grant. (R)
Anne Robinson presents the quick-fire general knowledge quiz. (R)
14/31 Subjects include the life and career of Lyndon B Johnson and the Mughal Empire. (R)
11/14 Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry show how to tackle treacle tarts and rum babas. (R)
10/20 Furniture expert Tim Akers tries to resurrect a pair of water-damaged Edwardian chairs. (R)
9/11 David Attenborough narrates the epic journey of a humpback whale and calf. (R)
38/80 Paul Martin kicks up his heels and gets a lesson in playing the sport of kings - polo. (R)
82/155 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz. (R)
10/20 Theo Randall's remaining students cook one of his signature dishes for a lunch service.
Antiques experts James Braxton and Charles Hanson cross the Solent to the Isle of Wight. (R)
13/15 John Sergeant traces the story of the first gnome colony to settle in the UK.
Thomas Cromwell is revealed as a revolutionary who laid the foundations of modern Britain.
7/18 Stephen Fry asks unanswerable questions about all things horrible, with Dara O Briain. (R)
Efforts to prevent the radicalisation of potentially violent young men.
6/8 Acts inlude John Grant, Stereophonics, Low, Melt Yourself Down and Yasmine Hamdan.
A promising young journalist is disgraced after he is caught fabricating stories.
Saturday 25 May 2013