Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Maidstone, Salford and Stoke. (R)
12/20 Dom helps two people who have had problems with the same used car firm. (R)
2/20 The case of an apparently jobless single mother who may be better off than she lets on. (R)
8/20 Eric Knowles and Catherine Southon face off against each other at auction in Nottingham. (R)
16/26 The first of two specials marking the centenary of the outbreak of World War I. (R)
5/10 Chef Tony Singh creates a seasonal feast of venison with haggis ravioli. (R)
2/32 See Hear takes a look at the state of deaf theatre in Britain.
After Marcus Aurelius is poisoned, his cruel son Commodus becomes emperor.
10/14 The bakers create pithiviers, fondant fancies and chiffon sponges in their final tests. (R)
9/11 David Attenborough narrates the epic journey of a humpback whale and calf. (R)
4/13 This programme covers the Welsh coast, from Cardigan Bay to the Dee. (R)
15/28 Michael Aspel and the team return to Gloucester Cathedral. (R)
127/140 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
8/20 Anita Rani travels to Italy to help a couple from Brighton find a new home in Abruzzo.
8/45 Mary Ellen McTague, James Durrant and Mark Ellis try to impress with their main course.
2/6 A look at the extremely polarised London property market and the capital's estate agents.
2/3 How the Victorians turned to the Middle Ages to make sense of their era of progress.
1/4 A look at the channel's early years, including the disastrous opening night power failure.
Analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Jeremy Paxman.
1/6 Temperatures rise and residents in Salford illegally open fire hydrants to cool down. (R)
2/32 See Hear takes a look at the state of deaf theatre in Britain. (R)
10/12 Professor Uta Frith shares the insight of her lifetime's study of autism. (R)
Thursday 17 April 2014