Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander look at a flat, an end-terrace house and a bungalow. (R)
Matt meets Shirley, who needed help after struggling to care for her mentally ill son. (R)
Two burglars posing as workmen steal a grandmother's savings from under her nose. (R)
Matt Allwright meets a man who is given a warning for feeding mice. (R)
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1/2 Orphaned baby wallaby Neil needs a companion, while Newbie the sloth battles pneumonia. (R)
1/2 A flock of gentoo penguins are flown from New Zealand to Birmingham. (R)
Coverage of David Cameron's speech at the Conservative Party conference in Birmingham.
6/74 Christine and Malcolm Hisom from Lancashire want to raise money for a new pianola. (R)
28/30 The finalists cook a potato-based lunch for the workers on Patrick Howard's farm. (R)
Featuring former and current England cricket captains Mike Gatting and Charlotte Edwards. (R)
6/10 David Attenborough looks at omnivores - animals that eat whatever is around at the time. (R)
2/25 Michael Portillo follows the route of the Great Eastern Line to the lost city of Dunwich. (R)
18/20 John Barrowman hosts the quiz where two teams compete in a series of head-to-head games.
54/60 Flog It! comes from one of the most complete historic estates in Britain, Tatton Park. (R)
10/11 Darryl Grimason revisits his childhood as he goes rock pooling near Newcastle, Co Down.
51/100 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
3/60 Ian Waite gives his thoughts on the couples' training.
16/20 Gloria Hunniford and Angela Rippon battle it out in Kent and Sussex.
David Reynolds looks at how World War I gave birth to an age of turbulent mass democracy.
This World reveals evidence that challenges the accepted story of the Rwandan genocide.
Stephen Dempster investigates the impact of the health funding row on cancer services. (R)
With Evan Davis.
9/10 Jo Brand and three celebrity Bake Off fans look back at patisserie week.
Andrew Neil presents highlights of the Conservative Party's conference in Birmingham.
1/6 Sarah Millican talks about motor shows, crime drama and quiz programming. (R)
7/10 Actor Martin Shaw investigates the story of his grandfather, who walked out on his family. (R)
6/12 The terrifying Skovox Blitzer is ready to destroy all humanity. (R)
Programmes will resume at 04:00
2/2 Linked to the KS3 geography curriculum, how humans have learnt to live with extremes. (R)
3/3 Child-led documentary revealing the geography and culture of China. (R)