10/20 Matt Allwright joins housing officers to investigate unlawful bedsits. (R)
1/16 A year on from an encouraging trial week in Melbourne, have the Simpsons moved down under? (R)
1/20 Buyers from Sheffield hope to start a new life in the Poitou-Charentes region of France. (R)
A family of cheetahs are too close for comfort for a safari-going holidaymaker. (R)
Penn and Teller, Dynamo and others feature with big tricks. (R)
Victoria discusses the dramatic increase in cosmetic surgery in the UK.
Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break.
Including analysis of the prime minister's prison reform plans, with Jo Coburn.
Neil Oliver discovers the choughs which have recently returned to the Cornish coast. (R)
11/26 Phineas finds that his career as undersecretary of the colonies is in jeopardy. (R)
10/10 Twiggy sets off to investigate her mum's family in Victorian London. (R)
11/13 Olivia and James agree that the best chance for their family lies in the city. (R)
1/20 The menu includes Paul Hollywood's pork pies with quail's eggs.
1/6 The summer melt of Arctic ice provides opportunities for millions of animals. (R)
73/75 The Flog It! team descend on Kidderminster and Paul also visits nearby Birmingham. (R)
90/140 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions. (R)
6/15 In Utica, Michael Portillo investigates Lock 20 of 57 along the 19th-century Erie Canal.
The second heat begins in the beautiful thatched village of Briantspuddle in Dorset.
28/37 The quarter-final stage continues as Jeremy Paxman asks the questions.
3/6 Mary meets crayfishing experts Jules and Nick to have a go at catching some crayfish.
Shanghai is a rapidly expanding city, but has it hung on to its culinary roots?
6/6 The guests are Paul Hollywood, Joe Lycett, Sara Pascoe and Kate Williams.
With Evan Davis. The New Hampshire primary, the use of big bank notes in crime, and Syria.
1/2 The start of Simon Reeve's journey takes him from the islands of the Aegean to Athens. (R)
2/6 For Hungarian-born Roland, Shop Idol success would mean recognition in his adopted home. (R)
2/14 Tempers are tested when the teams have to put on a sword and joust entertainment show. (R)