21/45 The three South West chefs all want to top the leader board on day one with their starter. (R)
22/45 The three South West chefs compete to get their fish course to top of the leader board. (R)
23/45 The three South West chefs compete to get their fish course to top of the leader board. (R)
24/45 Which dessert will help get two chefs through to the Friday show? (R)
25/45 The two remaining South West chefs must cook their entire menus for the judges. (R)
1/4 Simon Schama reveals the real story of the English Civil War. (R)
6/6 Follows an excavation team as they uncover a rare find in a fourth-century Roman cemetery. (R)
4/8 Can modern explorer, Nicholas Crane, decipher the symbols of the medieval Gough Map? (R)
6/6 Anjum helps a volunteer chef on board a classic steam train to serve an Indian menu. (R)
26/31 The second semi-final. Subjects include the films of Norman Wisdom, and Magna Carta. (R)
28/37 The quarter-finals continue as New College, Oxford plays King's College, Cambridge. (R)
A look at television appearances made over the years by Dirk Bogarde.
A medical student faces five hectic but hilarious years at St Swithin's Hospital.
Nick Crane is on a fishing expedition on board one of the last remaining Brixham trawlers. (R)
Featuring the finals of the men's 60m, 3,000m and women's 1,500m.
4/5 Ainsley Harriott campaigns for honey and Glynn Purnell rides to the rescue of cheese. (R)
5/7 Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond design a vehicle exclusively for the elderly. (R)
12/16 Another edition of Eorpa reporting on the most interesting stories from around Europe. (R)
1/3 A look at the developments in Scottish medical science over the last three centuries. (R)
Composer Howard Goodall looks at the popular age - the last hundred years in music.
Drama about an 84-year-old ex Mau Mau freedom fighter who wants to go to school.
A successful New Yorker reassesses her life after her husband's affair.
Sunday 3 March 2013