25/31 How the Crinan Canal cut journey times for boats travelling up the West Coast of Scotland. (R)
Documentary on Comet ISON, anticipated to be the most spectacular comet for a generation. (R)
3/6 Ronnie follows pet psychic Michelle as she attempts to read the minds of owners' dogs. (R)
19/32 Research about how deaf people see and perceive the world differently from hearing people.
The latest national and international news, plus top interviews and analysis.
With MPs Philip Hammond and Rachel Reeves, and a look at politicians' Christmas cards.
3/10 In Norfolk, Martin Dorey gets knee deep in crab-infested mud to pick fresh samphire. (R)
12/12 Fred visits Warwick Castle, Workington Steel Works and Kilhope Lead Mining Museum. (R)
3/5 There is tragedy at the rescue centre when a newly arrived baby fights for its life. (R)
Coverage of some of the day's debates in the Scottish Parliament.
3/5 The explorers have a close encounter with a giant python. (R)
Isbecki discovers a mugshot which fits the profile of a long-running investigation. (R)
3/7 Mrs Slocombe sets up house in one of Grace Brothers' vacant departments. (R)
12/26 A medal, a suicide pill and a hide-out in the Vatican introduce an old habit to Rene. (R)
3/15 Fiona Bruce looks at top quality finds from 31 years of Antiques Roadshow valuations. (R)
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3/10 A team of breakfast show presenters challenge the Eggheads.
53/60 Ian Waite takes us through how the couples are getting on in training.
David Dimbleby with edited coverage of the lying in state of Nelson Mandela in Pretoria.
6/6 In November and December, holly, box and yew reveal their evergreen glory.
23/24 The finalists hope to impress thirty of the world's greatest chefs at a unique dinner.
5/6 The team explores Tudor hospitality, learning how the monasteries courted wealthy donors.
6/13 Dara O Briain and the regulars present a special edition of the topical comedy show.
With Jeremy Paxman.
Coverage of the day's national and international news stories, with Gordon Brewer.
1/2 British, American and Russian submariners talk about their experience of the Cold War. (R)
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19/32 Research about how deaf people see and perceive the world differently from hearing people. (R)
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Jeremy Paxman travels the world exploring different aspects of the British Empire. (R)
Musician Labrinth explores different ways to use your voice in everyday life. (R)
15/20 Stoats playing outside in the wild - see how they interact. (R)