80/80 Lucy Alexander is in Deal in Kent, looking round a flat moments from the water. (R)
1/20 Dom comes to the aid of a couple whose home has been repeatedly flooded with raw sewage. (R)
11/20 Fraud investigators at Brent uncovering a carousel of benefit fraud amounting to £190,000. (R)
16/20 Neil Connor wants a new life in Australia for himself and partner Christopher. (R)
7/10 Charlie Dimmock praises ponds and Chris Beardshaw campaigns for the stumpery. (R)
12/20 Michael Portillo is put through his paces when he visits the army camp at Aldershot. (R)
Zeinab Badawi is in the Zambian capital Lusaka to speak to Kenneth Kaunda. (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 the Green Party Leader, Natalie Bennett to discuss political news.
Highlights include: St Helens v Leeds, Huddersfield v Warrington and Castleford v London.
6/20 Two Salford friends go head-to-head with old-fashioned baking versus a gourmet menu. (R)
68/74 Lorne Spicer and John Cameron help jet-setting Jennie to raise £500. (R)
The pursuit of wealth spells death for a Cambodian lawyer. (R)
6/6 Michael Palin concludes his Himalayan trek on a fishing boat in the Bay of Bengal. (R)
6/6 Rene and the cafe staff prepare to welcome the invading British troops. (R)
3/28 Michael Aspel and the team set up for business in the grounds of Kedleston Hall. (R)
A party political broadcast by the Labour Party.
27/30 Five brave contestants attempt to win thousands of pounds by taking on CJ de Mooi.
7/10 Zoe Ball is joined on the sofa by superstar coach will.i.am and his finalist.
9/20 Charlie Ross and Catherine Southon hit the road in Corsham, Wiltshire. (R)
7/8 The remaining sewers face three challenges, none of which permit a pattern for guidance.
10/12 Professor Uta Frith shares the insight of her lifetime's study of autism.
4/6 Sarah Millican is joined by special guests to talk medical shows and fantasy series. (R)
Ebola, Help to Buy, Hillsborough, UKIP in power, and the Bloom Twins perform live.
1/2 Rory Stewart reveals how the Kingdom of Northumbria was born in Britain's lost Middleland. (R)
2/2 Looks at the part the Kaiser's erratic personality played in the isolation of Germany. (R)
Programmes will resume at 03:55
This Arena special examines the history of the National Theatre.
Performances of Danse Macabre by Saint-Saens and The Chairman Dances by John Adams.
The story of a ten-year-old girl with Asperger's syndrome.
Short documentary portraits of primary children with a range of disabilities.
Wednesday 2 April 2014