41/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Derbyshire, Kent and Manchester. (R)
4/20 Dom helps three people who have all had problems with expensive sofas. (R)
14/20 Investigators for the NHS discover a financial analyst siphoning off taxpayers' money. (R)
19/20 Can Australia provide a fresh start for the Savage family following tragic times? (R)
6/12 The amateurs are creating interiors for three Georgian almshouses in Southwark, London. (R)
4/4 Chris fights to win middle class customers by opening a branch in Harrogate. (R)
Coverage of Great Britain's Davis Cup quarter-final tie against Italy in Naples.
5/35 Neil Oliver finds out how the arrival of steam trains transformed the south coast. (R)
13/25 Carol explores subjects that all begin with the letter M. (R)
7/10 Love is in the air as two rhinos with a combined weight of over three tons go on a date. (R)
Andrew Neil has the top political stories of the day.
Further coverage from the opening day of Great Britain's quarter-final against Italy.
10/10 Zoe is joined by Kylie Minogue and her finalist. Plus a special look at the finale.
Philip Serrell and Charles Hanson travel from Wales to Devon in search of antiques. (R)
28/31 Subjects include Black Sabbath, Barbara Vine, William II, Adolf Hitler and Paulo Veronese.
5/31 Monty Don shows how to prepare for the best display of grass borders in the autumn.
3/3 Dr James Fox explores how tension between two cultures helped to cause civil war.
1/6 Rob Brydon and Steve Coogan begin their road trip around Italy in Piemonte.
Including the culture secretary's new woes, renationalising the railways and legal highs.
Thriller. A lawyer is torn between the truth and rescuing a corrupt high-profile client.
David Dimbleby presents from Bristol. The panel includes Vince Cable MP and Peter Hain MP. (R)
The inside story of Davina McCall's challenge to raise money for Sport Relief. (R)
Saturday 5 April 2014