72/80 Martin and Lucy visit properties in Leeds, Croydon and Cornwall. (R)
5/15 Pete tries to get thousands of pounds in unpaid wages for the former employee of a roofer. (R)
10/20 Croydon Council learn they have been paying out claims for empty or derelict homes. (R)
1/20 The team stages a rescue operation for a heart patient who will die if she sits up. (R)
2/2 James Cracknell and Ben Fogle find their journey is quickly falling behind schedule. (R)
1/20 Michael finds out how Manchester gave birth to a revolutionary political movement. (R)
Click visits the visual effects company behind hit film Gravity. (R)
The latest national and international news, plus top interviews and analysis.
The latest international news from the BBC.
Jo Coburn is joined by celebrity stylist Nicky Clarke to discuss the day's political news.
1/20 It is French chic versus English eccentricity as Mathilde Delville and Paul Hayes compete. (R)
1/6 Andrew Marr revisits Britain at the dawn of the 20th century. (R)
Mary Beth avoids dealing with a personal medical issue. (R)
1/10 Investigating a colleague's death, Bergerac stumbles upon an arms deal. (R)
4/7 Staff are asked to take a pay cut so they go on a roof-top protest. (R)
20/26 Rene nearly gets blown up in his cellar by an exploding Christmas pudding. (R)
23/26 Michael Aspel and the experts visit Ipswich for another look at local treasures. (R)
1/30 Five brave contestants attempt to win thousands of pounds by taking on CJ de Mooi.
6/10 Michael Portillo explores Germany, the powerhouse of today's European Union. (R)
4/7 Jeremy Clarkson drives the incredibly rare Alfa Romeo-based Touring Disco Volante. (R)
31/37 The gruelling quarter-finals continue as two student teams vie to reach the next stage.
5/10 Chef Tony Singh creates a seasonal feast of venison with haggis ravioli.
9/12 Horizon uncovers the truth about how you really make decisions.
Mark Kermode uncovers missing gems deserving of his coveted golden gong.
Including Harriet Harman on the tabloid paedophile row, Ukraine, and Cameron in Scotland.
11/12 A former marine presents his glow-in-the-dark sportswear brand. (R)
Films include Lars von Trier's Nymphomaniac and Jim Jarmusch's Only Lovers Left Alive. (R)
2/2 Liz Bonnin looks at some of the most unexpected friendships between animals and humans. (R)
Programmes will resume at 04:00
Radio 1 Newsbeat journalist Adina Campbell helps young people take control of their cash. (R)
Five short films explore the secret life of a teenager's stuff. (R)
Comedy from the Czech Republic involving an inquisitive boy. (R)
In the Netherlands, art gets a young boy into trouble but also saves the day. (R)
A tale from Germany as a boy and his mum come to terms with the death of his father. (R)
Children's drama. Can Jona save the stray pooches in the local dogs home? (R)
4/10 Actor Aimee Kelly reads extracts from My Naughty Little Sister, by Dorothy Edwards. (R)
Tuesday 25 February 2014