75/80 Martin and Lucy visit properties in Kent, Stoke and Surrey. (R)
14/15 Paramedics go to the aid of a woman who has crashed into a combine harvester. (R)
4/15 Series in which Sophie Raworth shows how to get the best value for money. (R)
4/20 A Kiwi father hopes to persuade his wife and daughter to move to New Zealand. (R)
3/12 The amateurs redesign sun rooms at the top of unusual, glamourous art deco homes in Kent. (R)
1/4 When Poundland reduces its prices, Poundworld retaliates by launching the £1 bra. (R)
Ade Adepitan heads to Niagara Falls, where the US and Canada compete for tourists.
The latest national and international news, plus top interviews and analysis.
The latest international news from the BBC.
Andrew Neil is joined by journalist Camilla Cavendish to discuss all the day's news.
5/26 Archive cookery clips linked by the letter E, including Raymond Blanc's chocolate eclairs. (R)
3/6 Richard Holmes travels to Naseby, where King Charles I lost the English Civil War. (R)
5/8 Alan Titchmarsh looks at how Stone Age man turned the islands from forest to farm. (R)
9/24 Christine's attempt to foil a robbery brings an unexpected accusation. (R)
4/10 Notorious jewel thief Philippa Vale hits town in time for the sale of a large diamond. (R)
6/7 The staff are offered accommodation on the premises to save time and money on travelling. (R)
1/10 Fanny and LeClerc are sent to jail by the Germans, and Edith decides they must be rescued. (R)
14/26 Items uncovered include a valuable pair of clogs and an intricately woven tapestry. (R)
15/30 Five brave contestants attempt to win thousands of pounds by taking on CJ de Mooi.
10/15 The celebrity team captains are Sally Gunnell with Diggy and Peaches Geldof with Parper.
12/20 Experts David Harper and Catherine Southon go on a buying spree through mid Wales. (R)
26/31 Subjects include Vincent Van Gogh and the Musketeer novels of Alexandre Dumas.
2/31 Monty Don tackles the problem of box blight in his garden at Longmeadow.
Never-before-seen footage from interviews with eyewitnesses of the First World War.
4/18 Stephen Fry looks into knits, knots and other things starting with K. (R)
Who was the real Tony Benn? Dennis Healey tells us.
The life and career of Labour politician Tony Benn, who was an MP for over 50 years.
Biographical drama telling the tale of Tolstoy as his wife fights for his love and money. (R)
David Dimbleby presents the topical debate from Nottingham. (R)
1/3 Young monkeys, otters and coatis take their first steps in a spectacular, perilous world. (R)
Saturday 15 March 2014