3/180 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Derbyshire, Kent and Wiltshire. (R)
2/20 Dom looks into the roof of a newly built house that has leaked for six years. (R)
2/10 The Thistle hotel is expecting guests from Finland, but they have lost their Finnish flag. (R)
2/16 Clive Mason takes a look at the impending general election.
5/6 The islanders welcome some honoured guests, veterans of the 1982 war. (R)
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Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn are joined by former cabinet secretary Gus O'Donnell.
5/10 Looks at the bonds formed between American paratroopers and the people of Nottingham. (R)
6/10 In the Home Counties, Jules Hudson looks at the organisation known as Churchill's Toyshop. (R)
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn are joined by leading politicians to debate UK politics.
Coverage of some of the day's debates in the Scottish Parliament.
Grace Brothers decides to change its image. (R)
1/6 The Communist Resistance steals the Fallen Madonna and Rene is ordered to pay the ransom. (R)
6/7 The Warrenders plan a surprise for Penny's birthday, but Penny has a surprise of her own. (R)
21/26 Fiona Bruce and the team of experts are in Dundee. (R)
157/160 Quiz featuring the country's top quiz champions. (R)
7/20 Nicki Chapman is on an emotional house hunt in France with a horse-loving couple. (R)
7/8 Tim Flannery uncovers the life-saving properties of seaweed.
5/7 Chris Packham explores more bizarre and extraordinary natural events. (R)
2/3 Gregg Wallace, Cherry Healey and Ruth Goodman look at Britain's love of chocolate.
Charlie Brooker presents an irreverent look back at the 2015 general election campaign.
10/18 Sara Pascoe, Jack Whitehall and Adam Hills seek out the truth about liars and lying. (R)
An in-depth look at the day's stories and issues affecting Scotland.
With Evan Davis.
2/16 Clive Mason takes a look at the impending general election. (R)
18/26 Treasures include a 400-year-old Japanese chest and a walnut with a secret. (R)
4/4 As the year at Kew draws to an end, the garden is prepared for its next cycle. (R)
3/10 A high-speed ferry battles traffic and a luxury yacht must be handled with care. (R)
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How the National Theatre turned a popular book into an award-winning theatre production. (R)
1/5 What does it mean to be a Muslim? 11-year-old Sara explains her religion of Islam. (R)
3/3 The children investigate how TV, bricks and crayons are all made. (R)