The home movies of the enthusiasts who helped to save Britain's inland waterways. (R)
2/2 The Seven Chapters undertake their final rehearsals with the BBC Symphony Orchestra. (R)
3/3 Neil Brand explores how changing technology has taken soundtracks in bold new directions. (R)
4/8 The team makes a dangerous dive into a 'black hole' in the Atlantic Ocean. (R)
15/20 Theo Randall and Rachel Allen compete in the Ludlow Food Festival. (R)
6/6 Steve Leonard attempts to migrate across Canada with a heavily-pregnant caribou. (R)
10/13 Robert Webb reveals the greatest continuity foul-ups modern cinema has to offer. (R)
1/3 How the early 20th century saw a fragmented, abstract, discordant sound come to the fore. (R)
Natalie Graham tracks down nocturnal creatures in Brighton. (R)
BBC Two Scotland
1/3 Documentary about British youth's attempts to copy American rock 'n' roll in the late 50s. (R)
How mammals developed from tiny forest dwellers to the dominant life form on the planet.
BBC Two except Northern Ireland, Wales
BBC Two Northern Ireland
2/6 It's the North Harris Show, and Moreen and the girls in the choir prepare for the Mod. (R)
Emotional documentary following the return to performing of folk musician Nic Jones.
The team journey around the breathtaking shoreline of East Anglia. (R)
1/2 Early 1970s rock 'n' roll from the likes of Free, Status Quo, the Faces and Humble Pie. (R)
2/2 With Dr Feelgood, Ducks DeLuxe, Elvis Costello, Ace, Dire Straits, Nick Lowe and more. (R)
Emotional documentary following the return to performing of folk musician Nic Jones. (R)
By the end of this decade 24 million Chinese men won't be able to find wives.
BBC News Channel
6/6 Ben and Hugh reach the Huancabamba Canyon.
BBC World News
2/5 CEO Christine Sfeir spends time on the front line of her Lebanese restaurant chain Semsom.
Saturday 28 September 2013