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
Monty Don visits the world's 80 most inspiring gardens, this time in China and Japan.
Rajan Datar visits Meghalaya and Assam in the largely undiscovered north east of India.
Michael Portillo travels from the Swiss Alps to the shores of Lake Geneva.
Michael Portillo ventures east through Romania.
Miranda Krestovnikoff learns how to deal with sea-faring mammals that become beached.
Monty Don meets garden guerrillas in New York and visits a Virginian garden.
Rajan Datar travels to two very different corners of India.
Claire Rawle gambles on some Shelley porcelain to do well at auction.
Paul Laidlaw finds some rare RAF stereoscopic aerial reconnaissance photographs.
Ade Adepitan spends time with the indigenous Sami people in Northern Finland.
Paul explores the northernmost spur of Skye - the beautiful Trotternish Peninsula.
Catherine Southon and Philip Serrell are road tripping through south Wales.
Philip Serrell catches a local fisherman to barter for some marine antiquities.
Philip Serrell and Catherine Southon are behind the wheel of a classic Citroen.
An unreliable classic car threatens to derail Charles Hanson and James Braxton's road trip
Carmen Roberts is in Japan finding out how tourism in Fukushima is recovering.
Paul Murton explores Papa Stour, Whalsay and the Out Skerries.
Charles Hanson and James Braxton continue their Scottish road trip.
Michael Portillo discovers how Hansel and Gretel helped to unify a nation.
Anita Manning pops to Canterbury to uncover the story behind the murder of Thomas Becket.
Michael travels to Thessaloniki where, in 1913, Greece's King George I was assassinated.
Anita breaks from shopping to visit a former silk mill with an incredible royal connection
Michael embarks on a Greek odyssey from Athens's port of Piraeus to Thessaloniki.
Anita Manning and Raj Bisram go antique hunting in the south east in a 73Triumph Spitfire.
Michael ends this journey in futuristic style with a speedy boat trip across Lake Garda.
Dave Myers goes back to the Isle of Man to reminisce about his seaside holiday from 1967.
Christa Larwood is in Kent camping in a Norman church, plus reports from Spain and Sudan.
Michael Portillo experiences Italy's need for speed in a Maserati sports car.
Four years after a trial week in Auckland, where do the Fitzpatricks call home?
Michael savours the imported coffee which fuelled the cafe culture of Vienna.
After falling for New Zealand as a backpacker, Greg Wallen was desperate to return.
Charles Hanson and Margie Cooper start in Nottingham and make their way towards Lincoln.
Michael travels the Habsburg imperial line across the awe-inspiring Semmering Pass.
Was a week in Melbourne enough to convince the Cornish family to move?