. BBC News, 07/02/2016
Click tries out the world's tiniest printer and checks out high-tech home security.
First shown: 6 Feb 2016
Mark Kermode gives his verdict on Dad's Army's return to the big screen.
First shown: 5 Feb 2016
A look ahead to the weekend's games, including interviews and the latest news.
Libya: The Hunt For The Golden Gun
Gabriel Gatehouse returns to Libya to find the men who seized Gaddafi's golden gun.
Click looks at the possibilities of gadgets that biodegrade for use inside the body.
First shown: 30 Jan 2016
Spotlight, 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi, Youth
Mark Kermode reviews this week's releases, including Spotlight and Youth.
First shown: 29 Jan 2016
Votes for Women
Our World follows three women voting for the first time in Saudi Arabia.
Joanna Cannon and Ann Morgan
Nick Higham talks to two first-time authors - Joanna Cannon and Ann Morgan.
First shown: 28 Jan 2016
Erna Solberg - Prime Minister of Norway
Erna Solberg is Norway's prime minister. Is she putting populism above principle?
First shown: 3 Feb 2016
Exploring active volcano fields in Hawaii, plus advice on transit visa rules for China.
Maj Gen Mansour Al-Turki
Stephen Sackur talks to Maj Gen Mansour Al-Turki of the Saudi Interior Ministry.
First shown: 2 Feb 2016
Iyad Ameen Madani
Iyad Ameen Madani of the OIC talks about combatting sectarian strife in Muslim nations.
Live from Singapore, the essential business news as it breaks.
A weekly showcase of the best reports from the BBC's global network of correspondents.
Sarah Montague talks to Louka Katseli, chair of the National Bank of Greece.
First shown: 1 Feb 2016
First shown: 4 Feb 2016
A look at the global business stories.
The week's strongest stories from the BBC's Inside Out teams.
Tanya Beckett introduces us to five more extraordinary moments in history.