Mark Chapman presents live coverage from the opening round of matches in the Four Nations.
12/12 A look at the many and varied ways that animals ensure their genes are passed on. (R)
1/6 David Attenborough looks at how plants move from place to place. (R)
2/6 David Attenborough looks at how new leaves fight for a place in the sun. (R)
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6/8 Nicholas Crane reproduces the triangulation methods of Mudge's original map. (R)
3/6 Rachel Khoo puts her twist on the cassoulet, one of the most classic French dishes. (R)
A compilation of great musical moments from nearly a hundred MGM musicals.
A beautiful Soviet girl is sent to the West on a mission.
22/30 Paul Martin and the teams are on the Kent coast at Herne Bay. (R)
6/6 A couple want to transform their chaotic warehouse apartment into a tranquil family home. (R)
30/31 Carol Klein visits first-time gardeners Dan and Dominique as they prepare for winter. (R)
4/5 Two families plan gardens that are as much for the children as for the adults.
A documentary on the life and work of the famous Scottish engineer Thomas Telford. (R)
4/18 Josh Widdicombe, Sue Perkins and Frank Skinner look at levity, levitation and lights.
The last days of a great poet. (R)
A radio agony aunt tells a listener to dump her fiance, so the rejected man seeks revenge.
Mark Radcliffe presents archive music such as Prefab Sprout, Five Star and Ralph McTell. (R)
Two very different girls both face a sordid reality when they meet a local football star.