17/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Lincolnshire, Middlesex and Cumbria. (R)
11/15 Local council officers help a young businesses owner turn around a troublesome takeaway. (R)
1/6 Nine pairs of allotmenteers are put to the test as they try to make it to the next round. (R)
9/15 When new fire recruit Brendan smells smoke, he smashes down his first front door. (R)
15/20 Research reveals two generations of coachmen who worked at the dawn of the motoring age. (R)
18/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Stoke-on-Trent, Middlesex and Redcar. (R)
10/10 The growing problem of Britain's fat dogs, and 48 rabbits in a back garden.
9/10 A dog warden tackles the foul behaviour of dog owners. (R)
22/32 Tim Wonnacott visits Rode Hall to see how ice cream was made in the 18th century. (R)
Live coverage continues with Jason Mohammad presenting on the second day in Glasgow.
44/60 Nick Knowles challenges contestants to achieve perfection and win £1,000. (R)
67/80 Nicki Chapman helps a couple who are seeking a house to retire to in South Wales. (R)
15/20 A mum is on a mission to persuade her son to move down under with the rest of her family. (R)
5/25 The team uncovers a majolica dish which is not all that it at first seems. (R)
42/70 Quiz in which contestants try to score as few points as possible. (R)
Hazel Irvine introduces live coverage on the second evening of the Commonwealth Games.
17/30 The Flog It! team examine collectables from across the British Empire. (R)
2/2 Featuring Chelsea gold medal winner Adam Frost and the Young Designer of the Year result.
Bianca and Carol try to save their family.
18/31 Monty's garden is under full sail but needs a gentle steer to keep it looking beautiful.
1/3 How the Georgian New Town in Edinburgh has endured since its construction.
Live coverage continues from the second day of the Commonwealth Games.
With Kirsty Wark.
Psychological thriller about a detective who embarks on a surreal murder investigation.
2/3 Looking at how shopgirls became a respected workforce in the early 20th century. (R)