78/80 Martin and Lucy visit properties in Shropshire, Folkestone and Cornwall. (R)
4/5 Griff Rhys Jones explores the geography and the history of the Pennines. (R)
12/20 Can a daughter persuade her mum to move with her to New Zealand? (R)
8/12 Investigating how placebos work, and how we could all benefit from their hidden power. (R)
2/10 Tom Kerridge joins Michel and creates a mouth-watering meal for just £2 a head. (R)
32/32 Does the use of gesture in Italy mean that it is a more deaf-friendly country than most?
Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break.
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn present live coverage of Prime Minister's Questions.
13/31 The story of president John F Kennedy's trip to Galway just five months before he died. (R)
2/4 The 3,000m Cathedral Peak is the ambition for Julia Bradbury and her Zulu guide Zee. (R)
2/8 How bumblebees are the key to producing the perfect tomato. (R)
2/6 Michael Palin continues his trek by travelling from K2 in Pakistan to Ladakh in India. (R)
16/24 Mary Beth calls Christine in need of an urgent ride to the hospital. (R)
5/7 Herr Flick and Von Smallhausen almost meet their maker in front of a firing squad. (R)
6/7 Michelle's new plan involves an eel, a dogfish, ten million francs and the Fallen Madonna. (R)
24/26 Among the more intriguing finds are a set of original illustrations for Winnie the Pooh. (R)
A party political broadcast by the Liberal Democrats.
23/30 Five brave contestants attempt to win thousands of pounds by taking on CJ de Mooi.
3/10 Zoe Ball is joined by another of the superstar coaches and their semi-finalists.
5/20 Antiques experts Mark Stacey and Mark Hales travel from Rutland to Cambridgeshire. (R)
3/5 Adam Henson heads to Cyprus in search of the mouflon, a wild and rare sheep.
The fascinating story of knighthood, told through the life of Sir William Marshal.
2/4 Ian Fletcher is interviewed on Woman's Hour about an age discrimination scandal.
Analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Jeremy Paxman.
6/6 Russell helps two sisters from Rugby who can't cook and have no catering experience. (R)
32/32 Does the use of gesture in Italy mean that it is a more deaf-friendly country than most? (R)
Programmes will resume at 04:00
Twelve students go on a journey to explore some big questions of faith.
A children's fantasy drama about a ten-year-old boy and his first days at a new school. (R)
2/2 Children's drama from the United Kingdom on the theme of 'lost'. (R)
1/5 This beautifully animated parable explores the concept of identity. (R)
2/5 Explores the concept of ownership of natural resources and whether they can be shared. (R)
3/5 A boy finds a ring of invisibility and must decide what to do with it. (R)
4/5 Three friends want to go on a quest, but first they have to work out who is carrying what. (R)
5/5 A scorpion asks a frog to help her across the river. Can she stop herself stinging him? (R)
Thursday 27 March 2014