79/80 Martin and Lucy visit properties in Chester-le-Street, Maidstone and Leicester. (R)
1/20 Fraud investigators are on the trail of a woman they believe is working illegally. (R)
2/18 Gaelic language fun, songs, stories and adventures in a magical land. (R)
The Little People are singing about milk. (R)
3/13 Gaelic children's programme. (R)
7/10 Was Dr Katy Sullivan right to swap her stethoscope for a paintbrush? (R)
1/4 The team transform the garden of a nursing home on the edge of Sheffield. (R)
10/20 A clockmaker's self-portrait helps return an antique clock to its rightful home. (R)
Sarah Montague speaks to architect Renzo Piano about his latest creation, The Shard. (R)
The latest national and international news, plus top interviews and analysis.
The latest international news from the BBC.
Jo Coburn is joined by businesswoman Nicola Horlick.
Including Chris Addison in the studio and Gyles Brandreth at Abbey Road studios. (R)
Highlights include Wigan v Warrington, Hull v Bradford and Leeds v Castleford.
11/17 Subjects include Harry Potter films and English football league grounds since 1945. (R)
12/20 Melvyn Bragg is in Glasgow looking at the ship building industry in the 1930s. (R)
2/4 Chefs Antonio Carluccio and Gennaro Contaldo visit the region of Campania. (R)
12/13 David Attenborough looks at the history of primates. (R)
1/26 In Buxton, the team find a pair of pistols, a yellow diamond and a Steiff bear. (R)
119/140 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
2/15 A look at oddities and rarities in the world of antiques and collectables.
12/45 The North West chefs cook their fish courses.
1/6 Alex helps a struggling interiors shop in East London.
1/6 Following the staff of King's Cross station as they prepare to open a new concourse.
5/6 Sarah talks business with Stuart Baggs and goes for a walk with Neil Oliver.
With Gavin Esler. Including Turkey and the EU and North Korean nuclear testing.
Coverage of the day's national and international news stories, with Gordon Brewer.
Justin Webb explores the enduring myth of Abraham Lincoln.
2/3 Paul Martin travels to Northern Ireland to visit a country house bequeathed to the nation. (R)
Programmes will resume at 04:00
Spin-off for schools in which members of different faiths look for their perfect partner. (R)
23/26 The girls are allowed to go to the disco as long as they promise to phone home. (R)
25/26 Gabriel has been asked out on a date, but doesn't know what is expected of him. (R)
Dan Snow explores how Britain invented and built the railways.
8/10 On a narrowboat trip, William learns about the difference between rivers and canals. (R)
5/10 William explores a mountain, learns about the wildlife there and finds a power station. (R)
Wednesday 13 February 2013