Sam Poling investigates the multi-million pound world of the legal high trade.
First shown: 5 Oct 2015
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn present coverage of David Cameron's conference speech.
First shown: 7 Oct 2015
With Stephen Crabb, Stephen Kinnock, Leanne Wood, Charles Moore and Charlotte Church.
First shown: 1 Oct 2015
A special edition to mark man's first steps on the surface of the moon. (1969)
First shown: 21 Jul 1969
The team look into how tech is being used to analyse the large-scale movement of people.
First shown: 3 Oct 2015
Fascinating look at a condition where people believe they're less muscular than they are.
First shown: 21 Sep 2015
Latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide.
Panorama reporter John Sweeney meets families fleeing conflict and terror in Syria.
First shown: 30 Sep 2015
Westminster paedophile ring - what's the truth? Neo-Nazis in Dresden.
Inside Out East Midlands investigates what's really going on at the heart of Sports Direct
Andrew Marr presents live from the Tory conference in Manchester.
First shown: 4 Oct 2015
Andrew Neil is at the Conservative party conference and is joined by Theresa May.
First shown: 6 Oct 2015
Nick Higham talks to Matt Ridley about his new novel The Evolution of Everything.
Recorded coverage of questions to justice minister David Ford, from Monday 28 September.
First shown: 28 Sep 2015
Stephen Sackur asks Don McCullin if he believes photographs can change the world.
We teach our own AI to walk, plus a look at the tech that may one day replace your job.
First shown: 26 Sep 2015
Has the BBC reflected the anger of junior doctors over their proposed new contract?
First shown: 2 Oct 2015
Highlights of the week in US politics, including a Donald Trump event in New Hampshire.
Stephen Nolan probes the issues that matter over lively debate with interesting guests.
Coverage of questions to first minister Nicola Sturgeon from Thursday 1 October.