73/80 Martin and Lucy visit properties in Ilkeston in Derby, Cornwall and Southwark, London. (R)
9/15 The teams battle to save a mountain biker who has fallen on a steep slope. (R)
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9/20 There is a major operation on the UK's highest motorway after a chemical tanker crashes. (R)
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3/52 A survival course in Thailand explains what to do if you're stranded in the jungle.
The first morning of competition includes the pentathlon and the 400m and 800m heats.
Jo Coburn with the latest political news and debate from Westminster.
17/28 Carol explores subjects that all begin with the letter L. (R)
5/6 Historian Richard Holmes reviews the strategic importance of the Battle for Arras in 1940. (R)
4/4 The New World and the Suez Canal introduced new species to the Mediterranean. (R)
Two claimants each hold a final winning lottery ticket - but there should be only one. (R)
6/9 A stuntman dies filming an advert. Did he fall, or was he pushed? (R)
1/7 Mrs Slocombe returns from a bout of illness to discover that she is for the chop. (R)
4/8 Rene and his staff must rescue the British airmen from the chateau when they are arrested. (R)
9/26 Featuring pieces from Queen Victoria's household and a collection of rare biscuit tins. (R)
10/30 Five brave contestants attempt to win thousands of pounds by taking on CJ de Mooi.
5/15 The celebrity team captains are Gemma Merna with Paige and Jodie Prenger with Hogan.
The final events of the pentathlon and the final of the men's shot put.
1/31 Carol Klein looks at the crocus and Joe Swift visits a bog garden in west Wales.
2/3 The German military command conspires to force the kaiser's hand.
3/18 Stephen Fry looks into the quite interesting world of K-folk. (R)
With Emily Maitlis.
Entertaining drama about the birth of the Paralympics in 1948. (R)
David Dimbleby presents the topical debate from Barking in east London. (R)
3/3 A stranded marmoset roams Rio's streets, and a rhinoceros beetle seeks sanctuary in Tokyo. (R)