79/80 Martin and Lucy visit properties in Chester-le-Street, Maidstone and Leicester. (R)
11/15 The police in south Wales stop a suspicious driver and uncover a whole host of problems. (R)
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1/20 A Midlands family is desperate for more time together. Could Australia be the answer? (R)
4/10 Rachel de Thame gives tips on how to grow flowers and Joe Swift talks about tree planting. (R)
6/20 Michael Portillo travels from Euston to Cheddington, scene of the Great Train Robbery. (R)
Shaun Ley talks to Polish foreign minister Radek Sikorski about the situation in Ukraine. (R)
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2/8 Alan Titchmarsh looks back to a time when dinosaurs roamed Oxford. (R)
Chris and Mary Beth are assigned to oversee an anti-abortion demonstration. (R)
8/9 Crozier gets news that the wife of Britain's most wanted criminal is arriving on Jersey. (R)
3/7 Thieves break into Grace Brothers. (R)
6/8 Cafe Rene is the venue for a clandestine deal involving the clock weight and the painting. (R)
11/26 The team visit the Royal Hospital in Chelsea, home to the Chelsea Pensioners. (R)
12/30 Five brave contestants attempt to win thousands of pounds by taking on CJ de Mooi.
7/15 The celebrity team captains are OJ Borg with Lebowski and Jenni Falconer with Alfie.
8/8 Builders want to build 500 new homes in Cheshire, can the locals derail the development?
4/8 The contestants are challenged to make clothes on a miniature scale.
2/3 Medics fight to save the lives of an injured motorcyclist and a stabbing victim.
2/6 Sarah Millican is joined by special guests to talk travel, antiques and children's shows. (R)
Analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Jeremy Paxman.
Mark Carruthers looks at the day's events at the Assembly and Northern Ireland Executive.
Lindsay is granted special dispensation to visit her dying mother. (R)
4/4 Jeremy Paxman describes how the country came to the very brink of defeat. (R)
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Actress Charlotte Ritchie lifts the lid on a typical day for three Regency-era people. (R)
Short films about the science behind how the victims of Pompeii died in AD79. (R)
6/10 William learns how the different types of bees who live in a beehive make and store honey. (R)
7/10 William visits an orchard, learning how fruit is grown and made into juice and jams. (R)
Neil Oliver explores the world of the Vikings, based on his BBC Two series. (R)
13/20 The knot breed of bird flying together in a flock above the sea. (R)