27/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Derby, Middlesex and Gateshead. (R)
6/10 Fiona looks at travel insurance and small print that can leave consumers high and dry. (R)
11/30 In Derbyshire, Jonnie meets a couple whose kitchen extension has become a nightmare. (R)
19/20 The fraud team at Ealing call on a handwriting expert to help convict two benefit cheats. (R)
4/8 The team investigate the rise of council parking fines, and claims of illegal tickets. (R)
4/6 Paul Hollywood shows how to cultivate your own sourdough starter. (R)
HARDtalk is in Ethiopia for a special edition with US secretary of state John Kerry. (R)
The latest national and international news, plus top interviews and analysis.
The latest international news from the BBC.
An overprotective father escorts his daughter when she visits prospective colleges.
5/10 Anne Robinson is joined by poet Pam Ayres and actor Don Warrington. (R)
Highlights of: Wigan v Leeds, Warrington v St Helens and Hull FC v Hull Kingston Rovers. (R)
15/31 Specialist subjects include the novels of Jane Austen and the American Civil War. (R)
2/10 Nick Baker offers insights into the daytime behaviour of all the animal stars of the show.
15/15 The architecture of Manchester's Imperial War Museum North, designed by Daniel Libeskind. (R)
11/11 The final episode looks at the largest of all habitats - the ocean. (R)
Anita Manning and Kate Bliss share their expertise with the people of Newcastle. (R)
84/155 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz. (R)
12/20 Michel Roux Jr meets three more students from University College Birmingham.
1/3 A look at railways from their beginnings as tracks for coal carts in the 18th century. (R)
2/12 What is happening to one of the UK's most iconic birds - the kestrel?
2/4 Nicholas Cranes investigates the history and heritage of Saffron Walden.
5/11 Find out why a trip to the souk led to one candidate being sunk.
Investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Gavin Esler.
1/10 As Henry's clashes with the church worsen, the king attempts to placate Anne Boleyn. (R)
2/10 There is no Christmas cheer, with Thomas More alienated and Anne Boleyn rumoured against. (R)
4/14 The fight for Lord Sugar's investment continues with some farmyard fun. (R)
5/5 James May attempts a risky stunt involving an ailing seaside town and a big monster. (R)
Programmes will resume at 04:00
Professor Richard Fortey reveals the secrets of the intriguing world of rock pools.
2/2 Investigates the science behind 3D printing, elite sport and make-up. (R)
12/26 The gang learn the importance of honesty and that everyone has a bad day. (R)
A collection of short films about ambition and work aimed at 9- to 14-year-olds. (R)
Wednesday 29 May 2013