70/80 Martin and Lucy visit properties in Manchester, Kent and Staffordshire. (R)
2/15 The police in Wales stop and search revellers on their way to the Green Man festival. (R)
12/20 A woman deals with an intruder in her bedroom, and police snare a large drug gang. (R)
3/20 A climber plunges down a Pennine rockface named Hellhole. (R)
3/3 Including a look at bears that have turned criminal and fish that attack birds on land. (R)
1/6 As Christmas approaches, everyone on the island makes their own unique preparations. (R)
28/32 See Hear meets deaf businesspeople and finds out the secrets of their success.
Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break.
Andrew Neil introduces live coverage of Prime Minister's Questions.
3/20 In this edition, a Chinese menu is up against British one with a Malaysian twist. (R)
3/6 Britain gets its first taste of total war, which transformed the lives of millions. (R)
Chris receives a chilling calling card when her car is stolen by a gang of thieves. (R)
5/10 A civil servant exposed as a spy tries to flee to Moscow via Jersey. (R)
7/7 Things get out of control when Mrs Slocombe tries to act out the dream she has had. (R)
22/26 Rene attempts to sneak off with Yvette on the night train to Switzerland. (R)
25/26 Michael Aspel and the team visit Dartington Hall near Totnes in Devon. (R)
3/30 Five brave contestants attempt to win thousands of pounds by taking on CJ de Mooi.
8/10 Michael Portillo explores Scandinavia, braving one of the world's oldest rollercoasters. (R)
2/8 Developers hoping to build 184 new homes in Cheshire have a fight on their hands.
5/6 Nahida in Coventry wants to open a restaurant offering Asian fusion food.
3/6 Lindsay is denied bail and finds herself targeted in prison.
4/6 Jan and Graham ask WishmakerUK to brighten up their daughter's birthday.
Angela Merkel's visit to London and the magic of government statistics. With Jeremy Paxman
Sir Max Hastings argues that the First World War was far from being futile. (R)
28/32 See Hear meets deaf businesspeople and finds out the secrets of their success. (R)
3/3 Twins are taken ill with the same life-threatening condition. (R)
Programmes will resume at 04:00
Kate Humble challenges six families to cut the amount of energy they use by 30 per cent. (R)
A compilation of short films providing an insight into how computers work. (R)
Musician Labrinth explores different ways to use your voice in everyday life. (R)
16/20 The dangerous life of the damselfly - what dangers does this insect face? (R)
Thursday 27 February 2014