28/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in London, Kent and Stoke-on-Trent. (R)
8/10 Fiona Foster looks at hotel star ratings, and meets disappointed holidaymakers. (R)
13/30 In Aberdeen, a single mum's dream kitchen conversion turns into a nightmare. (R)
13/25 Carol explores subjects that all begin with the letter M. (R)
1/5 Michael Portillo travels through France, stopping at Paris and the Cote D'Azur. (R)
1/20 Ed and Valentine enter their roulades in the Otley Show, taking on the local experts. (R)
Have America's highest ideals been betrayed in the name of national security? (R)
The latest national and international news, plus top interviews and analysis.
The latest international news from the BBC.
A look at the crimson-winged flamingos coming to Lake Natron in Tanzania every year. (R)
7/10 Anne Robinson is joined by actor Phil Davis and journalist Rosie Boycott. (R)
Anne Robinson presents the quick-fire general knowledge quiz. (R)
17/31 Specialist subjects include the life and novels of Raymond Chandler and Hugh Gaitskell. (R)
4/10 Naturalist Nick Baker celebrates the wildlife of the UK's rivers and wetlands.
4/12 Fred and Alf travel to Scotland, where they marvel at the ingenuity of the Falkirk Wheel. (R)
2/5 David Attenborough looks at metre-long salamanders, show-off newts and marsupial frogs. (R)
9/80 Paul Martin is in Poole in Dorset, looking for items to sell at auction in Dorchester. (R)
26/140 Dermot Murnaghan hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions. (R)
14/20 The four shortlisted students to cook at the exclusive Cliveden House in Berkshire.
2/3 Tracing the development of the railways from simple tracks to a truly national network. (R)
4/12 Iolo Williams is on the road, tracking down one of the UK's rarest birds of prey.
Author Thomas Penn reveals how the first Tudor monarch rose to power and held on to it.
6/6 An author discovers her new erotic novel is too embarrassing to read out loud.
Investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Gavin Esler.
5/10 A miscarriage gives Anne cause to fear she could also lose her crown. (R)
6/10 Propaganda and paranoia are exploited as Henry's 'Reformation' hits home. (R)
Martha Kearney and guests review Baz Luhrmann's film version of The Great Gatsby. (R)
How key aspects of the intelligence used to justify the Iraq War were based on lies. (R)
Programmes will resume at 03:50
Continues the stories of Joe, Julie and Shanice as they negotiate adolescence. (R)
24/26 A handsome visitor causes a rift between the three girls. (R)
25/26 Gabriel has been asked out on a date, but doesn't know what is expected of him. (R)
15/26 The gang have to give a presentation to the class. (R)
1/2 Looking at Henri Rousseau, LS Lowry, Andy Warhol, Paula Rego and Joseph Wright of Derby. (R)
2/2 Featuring Wassily Kandinsky, Jan van Eyck, Eileen Agar and Yinka Shonibare. (R)
Friday 31 May 2013