75/80 Martin and Lucy visit properties in Devon, Kent and Nottinghamshire. (R)
5/15 The police in Wales deal with a serious motorbike accident on a rural road. (R)
15/20 A shopkeeper bravely turns the tables on a knife-wielding robber. (R)
5/20 There is a mystery as a teenage motorcyclist is assaulted in a country lane. (R)
1/6 Starting a new burger joint in Southampton proves tougher than expected for Rich and Matt. (R)
3/20 Michael celebrates Victorian trade with the Preston Guild. (R)
Click visits the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona for the latest smart phone technology. (R)
The latest national and international news, plus top interviews and analysis.
Live from Westminster Abbey, a service to commemorate the life of Nelson Mandela.
8/28 Carol explores subjects that all begin with the letter H. (R)
1/6 Professor Richard Holmes retraces Henry V's route to Agincourt. (R)
Includes Britain's Laura Trott and Jason Kenny in the women's omnium and the men's sprint.
Chris and Mary Beth are baffled by the seemingly motiveless murder of a nun. (R)
10/10 A French gangster's girlfriend is the only clue to his whereabouts. (R)
While practising their golf swings, Mrs Slocombe gets hit on the head with a golf ball. (R)
26/26 Rene attempts to hide the Enigma machine, two British airmen and the Fallen Madonna. (R)
4/26 Finds include a marble bust gifted by a generous neighbour worth £15,000. (R)
6/30 Five brave contestants attempt to win thousands of pounds by taking on CJ de Mooi.
1/15 Celebrity team captains Ainsley Harriott and Jules Hudson bring their dogs Bobby and Iolo.
5/7 Richard Hammond is in Abu Dhabi to drive a new hybrid sports car from Porsche. (R)
32/37 The pressure is increasing as the quarter-finals continue.
1/6 Mary Berry shows how to host a traditional tea party without any fuss.
1/2 Evan Davis explores the economic forces that are polarising Britain.
An portrait of Henri Matisse, one of the most celebrated artists of the 20th century.
The latest news from Russian-controlled Crimea and the government in Kiev.
Edited coverage of a service celebrating the life of Nelson Mandela at Westminster Abbey.
12/12 A London-based entrepreneur pitches a new take on the post-it note. (R)
Danny Leigh talks to film director and screenwriter Wes Anderson about his career. (R)
An evaluation of the contribution on Lego to architecture, and its continuing influence. (R)
Programmes will resume at 04:00
2/2 This programme looks at how humans have learnt to live with extremes. (R)
Stefan Gates explores the science behind agriculture's most important event, the harvest. (R)
Seven films for the BBC Learning Zone based on the BBC One series The Great British Year. (R)
14/20 A wonderful variety of birds of paradise in the wild: exotic and beautiful. (R)
Tuesday 4 March 2014