4/6 Recipes include caesar salad, a classic roast, fish and chips, and date and toffee pudding (R)
34/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Cheshire, Cumbria and Kent. (R)
3/10 A look at the quality and prices of the food sold in the major supermarkets. (R)
8/20 A dad wants to see more of his children. Can he and his wife swap roles in New Zealand? (R)
1/4 The team must convince a panel of experts that a picture is an Edouard Vuillard original. (R)
1/31 Carol Klein looks at the crocus and Joe Swift visits a bog garden in west Wales. (R)
Stephen Sackur speaks to Jin Liqun, the former chairman of China's sovereign wealth fund. (R)
Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break.
The latest international news from the BBC.
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn with post Budget analysis and interviews.
Richard Hammond presents an appeal on behalf of The Children's Trust. (R)
5/6 Richard Holmes walks the beaches from which British troops escaped capture in May 1940. (R)
8/8 Alan Titchmarsh questions what the future might hold for our landscape and its wildlife. (R)
12/24 With Mary Beth on maternity leave a young policewoman is assigned to partner Christine. (R)
8/10 Bergerac struggles to find information on a robbery. (R)
7/10 The British airmen find themselves trapped in wine barrels in the cellars of the chateau. (R)
8/10 Wartime sitcom. Von Klinkerhoffen orders Edith to marry Bertorelli. (R)
20/26 Items include original illustrations to the childhood classic Black Beauty. (R)
19/30 Five brave contestants attempt to win thousands of pounds by taking on CJ de Mooi.
14/15 Gaby Roslin hosts the second semi-final and reveals which two teams have made it through.
15/20 The antiques experts head for the winners' enclosure at auction near Winchester. (R)
6/6 In South Korea, Si discovers he has a natural gift for archery.
An MI5 agent's life is endangered after he becomes embroiled in a political scandal.
The search for flight MH370, Gus O'Donnell, and new rules let you blow your pension pot.
5/6 Nahida in Coventry wants to open a restaurant offering Asian fusion food. (R)
Vivian White hears from doctors about the pressure of working to government targets. (R)
4/4 Alistair McGowan, Rochelle Humes, Doon Mackichan and Helen Skelton enter the tent. (R)
Programmes will resume at 04:00
Six short performances and personal insights from contemporary poets. (R)
Simon Armitage goes behind the scenes of some of his most famous poems. (R)
Six classic fairy tales are reimagined and retold through dance, movement and animation. (R)
2/2 Children's drama from the United Kingdom on the theme of 'lost'. (R)
15/20 Stoats playing outside in the wild - see how they interact. (R)
Friday 21 March 2014