Heston treats a dying man who wants to protect his daughter by taking away her independence. Mrs Tembe wonders if Daniel and Zara's relationship is bad for The Mill. Show more
Series following the army of people protecting Britain's food. Environmental health officer Richard Kuzaira fears an old rodent problem has returned to a Chinese takeaway. Show more
Series looking at some of Britain's most courageous police officers, with reconstructions of extraordinary acts of heroism, and footage from police units up and down the country. Show more
Wildlife series. Steve and the crew are thrown deep in the steamy rainforests of Costa Rica. They are on a mission to find the largest cat in South America, the jaguar. Show more
Michael Portillo goes fishing with the last eel trapper on the Fens at Ely and visits one of the great triumphs of 19th-century engineering, the Denver Sluice. Show more
A Culture Show special on the BBC Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-Fiction 2011. Features interviews with the six shortlisted authors and reports from the ceremony. Show more
Joe Swift, Rachel de Thame and Alys Fowler join Monty Don to celebrate the 2011 RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. Rachel visits the Festival of Roses. Show more
Professor Sue Black and her team use forensic science to shed light on the past. They look at two skeletons discovered among 113 bodies in a mass grave outside York. Show more
Francesco da Mosto meets David Bellamy in Corfu who tells him about the island's animal life, visits the town of Ioannina and views medieval frescoes in Meteora. Show more
Comedy. Liam buys a guitar with money that Chloe thinks should be spent on her school ski trip. A battle of wills ensues, with Liam resolving not to cave in to his daughter. Show more
North American Rock from the Later archive featuring performances from Kings of Leon, Arcade Fire, The National and The Black Keys.
Arctic Monkeys with a performance from Later... with Jools Holland.
Hazel Irvine presents highlights from the opening round of the 2011 Scottish Open, held this year at the challenging links course of Castle Stuart in Inverness. Show more
Fiona Bruce and Philip Mould enter an art institute in London to try and answer a riddle behind a controversial painting that divides the opinion of scholars. Show more
Series on the brilliance of the British novel. Sebastian Faulks looks at how novelists from Jane Austen to Monica Ali have used snobs as their secret weapon. Show more