The group reflect on what they have learnt about themselves during their stay.
In his workshop in Khiva in Uzbekistan, Shavkat makes doors, chests and wooden columns.
As the 19th century began, Scotland's artists challenged their inherited traditions.
Revealing the secrets of the elusive spectacled bear.
A report from the town where Europe's worst atrocity since the Second World War took place
Staff are excited to be part of a clinical trial which could revolutionise kidney dialysis
Rose is rushed to the hospital and waits to find out if a kidney is a match for her.
Large animal vet Kevin treats a reindeer with an eye infection.
The dead are a constant presence in the Toraja area of Sulawesi in Indonesia.
Czech racers Indi and Veronika reveal their own obsession with Irish road racing.
Ex-pupils who toured America in the 1950s reunite 60 years on for one last performance.
Following some of Ireland's foremost line dancers from competition rehearsals to finals.
Professor Kate Williams and Greg Jenner discuss Louis XIV's mistress Madame de Montespan.
The group decides to open a restaurant at the farm, trying out their cooking skills.
Can the Barry Island Pleasure Park showmen finally get their giant wheel up and running?
Exploring the stories behind the crimes of the men and women serving time in prison.
Going onboard with motorcyclists Sam Dunlop, Gareth Keys and Yvonne Montgomery.
Paul Murton explores the Isle of Mull and its satellite islands.
A police chase leads to a major drugs bust, and two swans force the road to close.
Chris charts the advance of a crab army and learns why spiders are glowing in the dark.
Dr Janina Ramirez and Alastair Sooke discover Barcelona through its art and architecture.
The group prepare to host their first big event, a traditional Italian wedding.
In China, a weaver uses a combination of handmade techniques and mechanised looms.
Coast heads high into the wild Atlantic to the majestic Faroe Islands.
Mexico is a vast country, dominated by a great chain of mountains - the Sierra Madre.
Dara and Ed watch a beauty pageant for chickens in Kuala Lumpar.
The life and music of Handel, who has had a profound influence on our cultural heritage.
How motorways transformed where we live, work and play in Britain over the last 50 years.
Steve Backshall and Helen Glover explore the landscapes and culture of northern Japan.
Steve Cram travels to Kingston, Jamaica, to speak to Usain Bolt about his future.
Alastair Sooke asks what the president's impact on America's cultural landscape will be.
Serious Organised Crime Group undertakes a huge investigation into a gang of bank robbers.
Professor Kate Williams and Greg Jenner shine a light on Philippe's new bride Liselotte.
Carly Simon reveals the challenges behind her celebrated album No Secrets.
A look at the lively cherry blossom celebrations taking place across Japan this spring.
The story of how the BBC prepared to report from the front line during World War II.