10/10 Novelist Robert Harris and style guru Trinny Woodall discuss their favourite books. (R)
14/16 Was a week in Melbourne enough to convince the Cornish family to move? (R)
8/15 Farmers compete in one of the country's top ploughing competitions. (R)
The Bishop and The National Trust are visiting the desolate island of Sombrero. (R)
5/15 Michael discovers the history of body snatchers and murderers who contributed to science. (R)
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Coverage of First Minister's Questions in the Scottish Parliament.
52/75 Annette Norton tries to fund a world cruise by selling some of her fascinating antiques. (R)
16/30 Four friends who define themselves as 'dorkes' try to Beat the Brain. (R)
Dougie Vipond visits anglers fearing for their hobby. (R)
4/5 Griff Rhys Jones explores the geography and the history of the Pennines. (R)
1/6 David Attenborough explores the wildlife of two deserts in Africa's south west corner. (R)
Sarah's friends and neighbours wait anxiously while she goes through a difficult birth.
9/25 Charles Hanson and Margie Cooper start in Nottingham and make their way towards Lincoln. (R)
101/140 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions. (R)
6/6 The Bikers try the best jerk chicken in Britain and an authentic Birmingham balti. (R)
Glenn Campbell and Shereen Nanjiani with thought-provoking stories from across Scotland.
4/6 In garden week, the remaining potters must make stunning ceramics for the great outdoors.
Exploring the education system in 20th-century Scotland.
Gary Lineker travels meets Juan Mata to discuss life at Manchester United.
With Emily Maitlis.
Documentary uncovering the discrimination against people with albinism in East Africa.
An intimate portrait of the last five years of David Bowie's life. (R)
6/15 Michael Buerk is joined by chef Anna Haugh to celebrate food created for royal jubilees. (R)