74/100 Martin and Lucy visit properties in London, Sunderland and Somerset. (R)
Police investigators uncover a scam by a ruthless couple running a charity. (R)
16/20 Technology helps catch a trusted friend with her fingers in the till. (R)
An animal warden is concerned that boxer dogs could be being bred illegally. (R)
9/10 Meet Lily, a wild black bear who finds herself at the centre of a passionate debate. (R)
8/10 Angela Hartnett shows how to create a pizza bianco using rich and creamy taleggio cheese. (R)
Stephen Sackur speaks to Susan Greenfield, a leader in the study of brain diseases. (R)
The latest national and international news, plus top interviews and analysis.
The latest international news from the BBC.
Andrew Neil is in Manchester with coverage of the Labour party conference.
8/12 A look at Fred's fascination with mining, which led him to dig his own coal mine. (R)
Including First Minister's Questions.
The team are in Manchester with coverage of Labour leader Ed Miliband's conference speech.
22/25 Michael Portillo explores the Dumbarton shipyards that built the Cutty Sark. (R)
12/20 John Barrowman hosts the quiz where two teams compete in a series of head-to-head games.
61/76 Paul Martin and the team visit Bexhill-on-Sea, where they find an extremely large diamond. (R)
27/30 Quiz where what contestants have in common is as important as their general knowledge.
45/100 Dermot Murnaghan hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
11/20 Veteran presenters Johnny Ball and John Craven search Hampshire and Dorset for antiques.
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4/6 Kieran and Piers help two couples revamp their homes.
3/4 Featuring the workers who keep the motorway moving despite blockages, potholes and more.
2/8 Featuring Mary J Blige, Marianne Faithfull, Band of Skulls, Hozier and First Aid Kit.
With Emily Maitlis in London and Laura Kuenssberg at the Labour conference in Manchester.
Andrew Neil presents highlights of the Labour Party's annual conference in Manchester.
4/4 Following guests connected to the hotel's past and reliving the terrorist attack of 2008. (R)
2/2 John Thomson and Simon Day take on a real gaucho cattle drive in Patagonia. (R)
Programmes will resume at 04:00
1/3 A look at Judaism in Lithuania, Hinduism in Calcutta and a Shinto fire festival in Japan. (R)
Short documentary portraits of primary children with a range of disabilities. (R)