72/80 Martin and Lucy visit properties in Stoke, Catford and Workington. (R)
7/15 The helicopter crew rescue a badly injured hill walker who has fallen down a waterfall. (R)
17/20 The police are hot on the trail of a reckless arsonist, who sets his own pants on fire. (R)
7/20 A miner is injured 2,000 feet underground, and the helimed team must save his life. (R)
1/3 Chris Packham explores the remarkable ways animals use their senses. (R)
3/6 A charity talent competition see a huge turnout and an eclectic range of acts. (R)
29/32 See Hear meets the families of three very different deaf and autistic children.
Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break.
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn are joined by Eric Pickles and Gareth Thomas.
11/28 Carol explores subjects that all begin with the letter J. (R)
3/6 Richard Holmes looks at the British retreat from Mons in 1914. (R)
2/4 Looking at the first civilisations in the lands around the Mediterranean Sea. (R)
A restaurant worker's bravery has repercussions when the authorities decide to deport him. (R)
4/9 A French murder turns into a case for Bergerac when the dead man proves to be from Jersey. (R)
5/6 When the staff are denied their pay increase, they attempt to get themselves fired. (R)
2/8 The Gestapo and Italians plan to infiltrate the Resistance disguised as British airmen. (R)
7/26 A duke's chamber pot and an early record player are among the items valued in Ipswich. (R)
8/30 Five brave contestants attempt to win thousands of pounds by taking on CJ de Mooi.
3/15 The celebrity team captains are Jasmine Harman with Shadow and Diarmuid Gavin with Roxie.
6/8 A proposal to build a grand design in an historic village is not welcome news for locals.
6/6 Russell helps two sisters from Rugby who can't cook and have no catering experience.
4/6 Lindsay is granted special dispensation to visit her dying mother.
5/6 Tony Warner is the toast of the West End. Meanwhile, Jim is his ever-hopeful understudy.
BBC Three goes online, stop and search reforms, and foreign exchange market manipulation.
1/3 Medics fight to save the lives of a man hit by a car, and a farmer crushed by a cow. (R)
29/32 See Hear meets the families of three very different deaf and autistic children. (R)
Programmes will resume at 04:00
Geologist Dr Tom Challands challenges six young people to climb a different rock face. (R)
10/10 In Yorkshire, William explores a cave and discovers lots of different rock formations. (R)
Featuring The Giggler Treatment and The Demon Headmaster. (R)
Thursday 6 March 2014