. Daily Politics, 09/02/2016
Series 4 Reversions: 12. Ravenscar to Hull
Shanghai is a rapidly expanding city, but has it hung on to its culinary roots?
First shown: 8 Feb 2016
1. The 50s
The Ashby-Hawkins family enter the 50s, saying goodbye to their TV and hello to a piano.
First shown: 2 Feb 2016
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Mary Berry's Foolproof Cooking
Mary prepares salmon fillets with herbs and red pepper and a side of spiralised veg.
First shown: 25 Jan 2016
Mary prepares a warming roasted butternut squash soup with cheese and parma ham twists.
First shown: 1 Feb 2016
Mary meets crayfishing experts Jules and Nick to have a go at catching some crayfish.
Documentary about William Mulholland, responsible for building LA's water infrastructure.
First shown: 26 Jan 2016
Michelin-starred chefs put the latest food processors to the test.
First shown: 5 Feb 2016
The start of Simon Reeve's journey takes him from the islands of the Aegean to Athens.
First shown: 7 Feb 2016
3. The Golden Age
Michael Wood looks at the Song dynasty era, including its art, inventions and cuisine.
First shown: 4 Feb 2016
Series 2: Episode 1
James reveals the cars that turned post-war Germany and Japan into motoring powerhouses....
Series 2: Episode 2
James May goes off-road to tell the story of how the 4x4 conquered the world....
Series 2: Episode 3
James discovers what happened to the cars of the future that we were promised....
James reveals the cars that turned post-war Germany and Japan into motoring powerhouses.
First shown: 24 Jan 2016
James May goes off-road to tell the story of how the 4x4 conquered the world.
First shown: 31 Jan 2016
James discovers what happened to the cars of the future that we were promised.
1. New England
New England is the stage for an incredible autumnal colour change.
Series 2: 19. Nina Conti
Nina Conti explores how masks allow us to step out of our psychological skins.
Series 2: 1. Jaimelee and Lee/Suzanne and Antonio...
Piers helps Lee with his half-built, half-baked extension plans.
First shown: 3 Feb 2016
David Attenborough examines the mysteries behind some fascinating creatures and plants.
In the midst of terror in 1942, starving musicians performed Shostakovich's 7th Symphony.
First shown: 2 Jan 2016
This week's guests are Hugh Dennis, Omid Djalili, Lucy Porter and Professor Alice Roberts....
Jessica Hynes, Suzannah Lipscomb, Romesh Ranganathan and Jennifer Saunders are the guests....
Danny Baker, Aisling Bea, Robert Webb and Kate Williams join Sue, Josh and Richard....
Joining the teams are Ruth Goodman, Adil Ray, Jon Richardson and Holly Walsh....
The guests are Paul Hollywood, Joe Lycett, Sara Pascoe and Kate Williams....
This week's guests are Hugh Dennis, Omid Djalili, Lucy Porter and Professor Alice Roberts.
First shown: 11 Jan 2016
Jessica Hynes, Suzannah Lipscomb, Romesh Ranganathan and Jennifer Saunders are the guests.
First shown: 18 Jan 2016
Danny Baker, Aisling Bea, Robert Webb and Kate Williams join Sue, Josh and Richard.
A labourer with learning difficulties falls for a woman 20 years his senior.
First shown: 1979
Series M: 14. Messy
Stephen Fry mucks about with Sarah Millican, Eddie Kadi, Noel Fielding and Alan Davies.
The group start to settle into normal life in India, and visit the Taj Mahal.
Comedy drama about a semi-literate odd-job man who bonds with an older, well-read woman.
First shown: 2010