Two teams of tough men with a Licence to Drill hunt for natural gas in the remote Canadian North. 300km above the Arctic Circle, MGM superintendent John Williams and his drilling crew fight for survival as they get slammed with a monster snowstorm bringing 150-km winds and a temperature below minus 70C. In northern BC, Nabors' team is testing a bold idea that may change the face of gas exploration in remote areas: flying in their huge rig using the world's biggest chopper. Boss Denny Millan has his hands full with an arrogant roughneck.
It was love at first sight when theatre producer Vanessa Ford Robbins and her partner Nik Huddy saw this unusual two up, two down Victorian gate lodge nestled on the boundaries of a country estate in Surrey.
Rick Stein arrives in Istanbul in time for the Bluefish season and catches a few himself while fishing on the Bosphorus. He also cooks lavish kofte kebabs with pistachios and the much-loved Black Sea dish - Kapuska. (Final)
As Hitler's power grows within Nazi Germany, so does that of the Schutzstaffel, or SS. The SS has humble beginnings in the 1920s as the Fuhrer's personal body guard, but it also engineers Hitler's vision for a new Germany and a pure Aryan race. By the start of the war it has power with politics, police and security and is responsible for the creation of the concentration camps that will become the sites of the worst atrocities the world has ever seen. Its power, influence and terror spread with the creation of a military wing, the Waffen SS. By the end of the war the SS has grown into a machine that controls every aspect of the Third Reich and brutally disposes of any opposition to Hitler.
In Western Turkey, Rick Stein enjoys creamy armola cheese matured in goat skins, Urla's famous red wine and the ultimate Turkish breakfast. He also cooks sultan's delight - lamb stew on a bed of aubergine puree.
Emmaville could be the lost birth place of bush poet and composer Banjo Patterson. The cottage is precariously situated and under threat from developers, the local community must act quickly to save it.
Rick Stein continues through Croatia and savours the famous native oysters of Ston. He then travels to Albania and, with his son Jack, visits shepherds in remote mountain expanses and meets the country's groundbreaking chefs.
In Tudor times the majority of houses were timber framed but only a few survive today. Abbey Lane in Warwickshire is a forgotten gem. Believed to date from the early 16th century, this house is not formally protected as a listed building and when it was put on the market, it was obvious it needed a lot of work.
The 16th century Old Manor in Norfolk is an extraordinary hotchpotch of architectural styles. The Grade II listed property is full of history but it is on its last legs. Beset with damp, woodworm and death watch beetle, it is an overwhelming project to take on and yet new owners, Polly and her French husband, Erich, are determined to turn this crumbling property into their dream home.
Monty Don, who is a huge fan of traditional crafts, presents a series that celebrates six of the craft skills that built Britain and its heritage, ranging from thatching to stonemasonry. Three hopefuls who are passionate about learning these trades are put through their paces by the country's leading practitioners of wood craft, metal work, thatching, stonemasonry, weaving and stained glass. After six weeks of apprenticeship and hard labour, their work and achievements are judged by experts in their chosen field to see who has best mastered the craft.
This series explores the world's busiest railway at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus in Mumbai, India. Dan Snow, Anita Rani and Robert Llewellyn explore the science and systems behind the world's busiest railway, with John Sergeant reporting from across India. As Bombay's population swells by tens of thousands each week, the railway and the people whose lives revolve around it struggle to cope with the pressure and peaktime 'super-dense crush load'. From the train driver to the illegal hawker and the homeless shoe-shine boy, each has a story to tell about this remarkable railway system, often described as the lifeline of India.
Sandford House is one of only two houses north of the UK-Scottish border designed by arts and crafts architect Baillie Scott. It's a rare survivor and the mystery is how did such a building representing an important moment in British architecture end up in the lowlands of Scotland?
In Kill It, Cut It, Use It presenter Julia Bradbury is joined by young consumers to uncover the surprising animal origins of many of our favourite things, as they follow the transformation of each body part from abattoir to shop floor. Each week Julia looks at a different animal and how we, sometimes unwittingly, use the parts of it not fit for human consumption in our everyday lives.
In this three-part series, the world's most enormous machines are stripped down and torn apart to reveal their inner workings. The Victor X-ray jumbo jet has flown over 58 million kilometres in its 14 year life with British Airways. Now it will be broken into tens of thousands of parts in the airline's maintenance hangar in Cardiff, before being painstakingly reassembled and certified fit to fly again.