48/100 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Wiltshire, Surrey and Sheffield. (R)
3/10 A mammoth cargo freighter makes its way to Southampton in thick fog. (R)
3/10 A 'riotous' fraudster hopes the civil unrest of 2011 will pay for a new launderette. (R)
12/15 Gloria Hunniford goes back to the town of Newcastle in Northern Ireland. (R)
1/16 Scott, Fiona and Francesca design rooms in neighbouring 17th-century cottages. (R)
James Runcie meets Hilary Mantel, the author of Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies. (R)
Stephen Sackur speaks to a senior statesman of the Labour party, David Blunkett. (R)
The latest national and international news, plus top interviews and analysis.
The latest international news from the BBC.
Coverage of some of the day's debates in the Scottish Parliament.
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn with the latest political news, interviews and debate.
20/28 Carol explores subjects that all begin with the letter T. (R)
4/5 A look at the alliances and partnerships tiny creatures form with each other and plants. (R)
8/11 In the grand final, the contestants bake for The Great British Bake Off's street party. (R)
9/13 Sarah and George begin a secret affair and start meeting at the cottage for their trysts.
8/12 Jim Rockford is asked to do a favour for an old army friend now in the CIA. (R)
4/25 Michael Portillo rides the stunning Severn Valley Railway across Victoria Bridge. (R)
1/26 Host Fiona Bruce and the team visit the ruins of Bolton Abbey in North Yorkshire. (R)
20/160 Dermot Murnaghan hosts the quiz featuring the country's top quiz champions. (R)
44/60 Zoe Ball gets the latest news from inside the training rooms.
15/16 Four previous winners battle it out for a place in the grand final.
12/21 Charles Campion, William Sitwell and Jay Rayner scrutinise the chefs' two-course menus.
3/6 After the breakthrough identifying the killer, Stella Gibson must play a waiting game.
6/8 Topical news show hosted by comedian Russell Howard.
A special programme as the Smith Commission reports on new devolved powers for Scotland.
With Laura Kuenssberg.
3/4 Sue reaches Laos, one of the poorest and least developed of the Mekong nations. (R)
Andrew Verity meets entrepreneurs who say the bailed-out banks wrecked their businesses. (R)
Part one examines the buildup to the conflict and reveals a story of confused aims. (R)
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A mysterious code underpins the world. What does it mean and what can we learn from it? (R)
Chloe Watts meets five of the UK's most creative coders to help inspire KS4 students. (R)
Minna Kane and her team of young hackers explore the world of computer programming. (R)
4/5 Three friends want to go on a quest, but first they have to work out who is carrying what. (R)