31/85 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in the Peak District and Hertfordshire. (R)
8/20 The case of a young mother who failed to inform the authorities of her inheritance. (R)
8/15 Flight nurse Sue looks after a farmer crushed by a hay bale. (R)
Live coverage of the men's singles semi-final between Tomas Berdych and Andy Murray.
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn present the latest political news, interviews and debate.
30/31 A journey around the coast of the United Kingdom. (R)
5/20 At Cliveden House in Berkshire, Melvyn looks back to the Roaring Twenties. (R)
1/6 A look at the concept of the hero and how perceptions of Churchill changed after the war. (R)
Martin Gilbert looks at Churchill's later life. (R)
An American pilot joins British guerrillas to rescue POWs from a Japanese transport ship.
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28/60 Paul Martin pops up to the top of Lancaster to tell the story of a local structure. (R)
97/100 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
19/20 Michael Portillo sees a pocket-size edition of Bradshaw's Companion at the Bodleian.
4/15 Anita Manning and James Braxton travel through Norfolk and Essex. (R)
Documentary tracing David Attenborough's lifelong passion for birds of paradise.
Documentary following four women as they try to make babies using Danish donor sperm.
1/6 Charlie and guests attempt to wring a laugh out of the dark and depressing start to 2015.
With Evan Davis.
A look into what shot down flight MH17 and who was responsible. (R)
2/2 Jacques Peretti investigates how inequality was pinpointed as a business opportunity. (R)
Jane Corbin investigates British girls being forced into marriage against their will. (R)
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1/3 A look at Judaism in Lithuania, Hinduism in Calcutta and a Shinto fire festival in Japan. (R)
Lesson starters for teachers of Key Stage 2 maths, exploring space, shape and measure. (R)