Animals must find homes that provide shelter from the elements and a refuge from enemies.
Featuring an engineer who fixed his own heart.
A highly-prized Davenport desk, a travel clock and some daleks are restored.
An armed robber is tracked down to the Netherlands, six years after a violent escape.
Rory visits a special school in Wales that keeps chickens.
Finds include the theatre where Shakespeare premiered Romeo and Juliet and Henry V.
A look at how ordinary TV quiz contestants turned into the pro-quizzers of today.
Inside My Head - A Newsround Special.
Documentary following an 11-year-old who dreams of being the UK's youngest grime artist.
Police battle with the 'snitches get stitches' attitude when witnesses refuse to testify.
A piano stool, a vintage telephone and a magic lantern are restored.
Cherry Healey learns how Queen Victoria put curry on the British menu.
The Metropolitan Police are on the hunt for a man with a history of domestic violence.
Documentary following Rio Ferdinand a year after the loss of his wife to cancer.
Ferne visits Emily and they get her pet pony, Charlie, ready to perform in a show.
Physics professor Jim Al-Khalili investigates the amazing science of gravity.
Former postman Alan Johnson MP tells the story of 500 years of the Royal Mail.
Actress Celia Imrie uncovers tales ranging from political intrigue to impotence.
Fur seals and flightless barnacle goose chicks fight to survive the challenges of infancy.
Documentary following ten-year-old world champion kick-boxer Jesse-Jane.
In the repair shop, a Gothic clock, a wooden flying fish and an accordion are restored.
Police stage a dawn raid as they search for two brothers on the run from the USA.
Giles Coren and Monica Galetti join the vast workforce at Singapore's Marina Bay Sands.
Following farmers as they head to Donegal to attempt a world record with a difference.
Rory meets Rosie and Henry, who show him all the equipment used by beekeepers.
An extraordinary and harrowing portrait of life in solitary confinement in the US.
Jo Scott enters the world of competitive ploughing.
A profile of Howard Hodgkin, one of Britain's most successful living painters.
At Goettingen,Michael discovers two sides of student life at the turn of the 20th century.
Simon visits Istanbul and the beaches of the Aegean Sea, before reaching the Syrian border
Rob Bell tells the story of the First World War tank men.
How the 17th century's writing revolution helped rewrite our vision of the world.
A unique insight into the life of celebrated painter Paula Rego, directed by her son.
Journalist Lynn Barber meets sculpture artist Phyllida Barlow.
Sam Willis looks at urban crime, fraud and corruption in the 18th century.
In mid-1950s America, out of the Deep South came a new rhythm-driven fusion music.