The Falcon visits Los Angeles on holiday, but soon becomes involved in a murder case.
The Falcon's holiday is disturbed by a child claiming that she is a virtual prisoner.
4/12 David Attenborough looks at the life-and-death duels which are fought daily in the wild. (R)
5/12 David Attenborough looks at how creatures find their way around the earth. (R)
1/8 Nicholas Crane uses Bartholomew's Cycling Map to find a route through the Lake District. (R)
1/4 Julia Bradbury walks the sun-drenched Garden Route on Africa's southern coastline. (R)
6/6 Michael Portillo samples the delights of the French and Spanish Atlantic coast. (R)
5/10 In Northern Ireland James Martin discovers why dexter beef has such a unique flavour.
10/20 Paul Hollywood rediscovers a recipe from Cumbria's seafaring history.
1/6 Rick catches a ferry to Corsica where he discovers great sausages. (R)
31/34 Exploring the life and career of one of Britain's best-loved actresses, Maggie Smith.
Two elderly sisters befriend a man who they find washed up on the beach.
An ill-tempered pilot and a magazine editor crash-land on a desert island.
9/20 Rugby stars Phil Vickery and Martin Offiah fight for antique glory in Bristol.
30/60 The Flog It! team is at London Zoo on the prowl for collectibles to sell at auction. (R)
6/31 Subjects include the summer Olympic Games, Duke Ellington and Hammer films.
2/6 Lorraine helps Bryony host her best friend's hen party.
2/2 A closer look at the stone circle and the ancient civilisation that flourished around it. (R)
Jo Brand and three celebrity Bake Off fans look back at pastries week on the show.
In 1940s Eastern Europe, four Jewish brothers flee to the forest to escape Nazi forces.
4/6 Thomas Shelby's war with the Lee family of gypsies escalates. (R)
Following the story of a boy who becomes a father at the age of 14.