31/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Stoke, London and Cumbria. (R)
13/15 In the borders of Scotland a jockey takes a tumble and needs help from paramedics. (R)
3/15 Sophie Raworth reveals how household products are tested. (R)
3/20 A mum has one week on Australia's Gold Coast to persuade her husband and children to move. (R)
2/2 Strange zodiacs, hymns to Egypt's solar god and heretical Christian texts. (R)
6/6 Rosie Guille organises a visit from respected artists to capture the beauty of the island. (R)
Stephen Sackur speaks to Cody Wilson, at the leading edge of an online anarchist movement. (R)
Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break.
The latest international news from the BBC.
Jo Coburn is joined by former MEP Stanley Johnson, father of Boris Johnson.
4/26 Archive cookery clips linked by the letter D.
2/6 Professor Richard Holmes visits the scene of Henry Tudor's victory over King Richard III. (R)
4/8 Alan Titchmarsh looks back to the Ice Age when wolves and bears ruled the land. (R)
8/24 Chris and Mary Beth become obsessed with the unsolved murder of an old woman. (R)
1/10 Bergerac gets drunk and claims to have seen a murder which didn't happen. (R)
5/7 Old Mr Grace allows the staff to rent out the department floor - for a cut. (R)
8/8 Michelle devises an escape plan for the British airmen involving cylinders of helium. (R)
13/26 Items include an Edward VIII coronation souvenir, converted to an abdication mug. (R)
14/30 Five brave contestants attempt to win thousands of pounds by taking on CJ de Mooi.
9/15 The celebrity team captains are Willie Thorne with Alfie and Matthew Allwright with Ozzie.
11/20 David and Catherine journey through Lancashire and Liverpool, then head to Shropshire. (R)
5/6 The bikers head to the heart of traditional Japan and visit the awe-inspiring Mount Fuji.
A tale of a young film studio assistant's blossoming relationship with Marilyn Monroe.
The latest from Ukraine; 'indeterminate' sentences and the missing plane search continues.
4/6 A domineering dad in Gravesend wants to launch a pizzeria with his family. (R)
Paul Kenyon reports from inside the Ukrainian military bases surrounded by Russian troops. (R)
Darragh MacIntyre investigates the dramatic rise in the number of food banks in Britain. (R)
Programmes will resume at 04:00
3/3 Romario and Hayden visit the Arsenal training centre to take on a prediction challenge. (R)
Rodd Christensen demonstrates addition and subtraction. (R)
Friday 14 March 2014