3/6 Recipes include slow roast duck with aromatic crispy skin, and gin and tonic granita. (R)
76/80 Martin and Lucy visit properties in Walthamstow, Sneyd Green and Cornwall. (R)
2/10 A year after the horsemeat scandal, how much can we trust our meat? (R)
7/20 A family dream of a life down under, but can their son leave his girlfriend in the UK? (R)
3/3 Chris Packham looks at why the most intelligent animals are also the most social. (R)
1/10 Guest Mary Berry reveals an ingenious use for stale bread. (R)
31/32 Clive Mason is rolling back the decades, looking back at over 50 years of deaf television.
Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break.
Huw Edwards and Jo Coburn present coverage of the chancellor's Budget statement.
5/10 Mark Horton reveals how Brunel's ship the Great Eastern conquered the Atlantic. (R)
7/10 Bergerac investigates the apparently accidental death of Rupert Galliers. (R)
5/10 The German officers burgle Gestapo headquarters. (R)
6/10 Michelle enlists Rene to try to retrieve the Fallen Madonna locked in Herr Flick's safe. (R)
18/26 In Sydney, Australia, the team look at a collection of items belonging to Maria Callas. (R)
18/30 Five brave contestants attempt to win thousands of pounds by taking on CJ de Mooi.
13/15 Gaby Roslin hosts the first semi-final and reveals which two teams have made it through.
14/20 Charlie Ross and Charles Hanson take their road trip from Chesterfield to Gloucestershire. (R)
2/3 Mel and Mark meet a taxidermy fanatic who is desperate to find a stuffed giraffe.
6/6 AC12's investigation finally exposes a vicious criminal gang run from within the police.
1/4 Ian Fletcher starts a new chapter in his life as head of values at the BBC.
Budget coverage with Jeremy Paxman, Emily Maitlis, Chris Cook and Laura Kuenssberg.
3/3 Medics fight to save the lives of a tree surgeon who has fallen 20 feet onto the pavement. (R)
31/32 Clive Mason is rolling back the decades, looking back at over 50 years of deaf television. (R)
3/4 Michael Ball, Emma Freud, Jamelia and Victoria Pendleton enter the tent. (R)
Programmes will resume at 04:00
Brian Cox explores 350 years of British science. (R)
Professor Adam Hart explores the underground world of a leafcutter ant colony. (R)
Children in Toledo help a British girl to use basic Spanish vocabulary.
6/20 Beautiful monarch butterflies fly together, creating a wonderful spectacle. (R)
Thursday 20 March 2014