2/6 Cheerleader Vernon has moved out and is sleeping on his best friend's floor.
BBC One Scotland, Scotland HD only
Dr Giles Yeo investigates the latest diet craze and social media sensation - clean eating. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland
The 14 recruits are halfway through but about to face their toughest expert yet.
BBC Two Wales
Our World meets an extraordinary survivor and anti-nuclear campaigner in Kazakhstan. (R)
BBC World News Latin America, North America only
Sam Willis explores how the Caribbean sugar islands were a kind of hell in Nelson's time. (R)
18/35 Neil Oliver visits the birthplace of his seafaring hero Lord Nelson. (R)
1/2 How energy, so critical to daily existence, helps us make sense of the entire universe. (R)
A look at the lives of residents and visitors to Blencathra in the Lake District. (R)
The Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race offers spectacle, rivalry and drama. (R)
BBC World News
5/15 Three inspirational farming families go up against each other at the Farmers Weekly Awards (R)
1/5 Gregg Wallace looks at changes to inner-city housing over the last 75 years.
6/10 Oxford Street's police team deal with the problem of rough sleepers at Marble Arch. (R)
1/5 Griff Rhys Jones explores the wilderness of the north west Highlands of Scotland. (R)
6/8 This programme focuses on the amazingly fragile ecosystems of the world's coral reefs. (R)
BBC Two except Wales
6/15 Two sets of farmers hope to win prizes for their pigs at the Dorset County Show.
11/20 Andy Day takes a look at young animals as they learn by playing. (R)
Documentary following the adventures of two brothers who live on an island in Tonga.
Michael Portillo travels east through the Balkans along a section of the Orient Express. (R)
9/9 Learn about a typical school day in Poland. (R)
3/6 Si and Dave explore the Spanish and Moorish influences on Moroccan cuisine. (R)
1/12 Two cows in difficulty in Caithness, a lion and surgery on a bulldog's eye at Ardene.
Islanders prepare for the threat of hurricanes as the rainy season begins.
9/21 An an old Hattersley loom is transformed into a unique piece of Sharmanka art.
An autistic young man uses Disney animated films to reconnect with the wider world.
Leadership of the SAS passes to Paddy Mayne as Stirling is locked away in Colditz prison.
2/2 Jim Al-Khalili learns that information is woven profoundly into the fabric of reality. (R)
How five-time world kickboxing champion Billy Murray trains female kickboxers.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
3/3 Gareth discovers some radical solutions to the dairy crisis from some unexpected places.
BBC One Wales, Wales HD only
6/6 The surgeons must use unconventional methods to get their operations completed. (R)
1/8 The marine experts carry out pioneering science on the 20-metre-long sperm whale. (R)
Using archive, recordings and interviews, a trip through the world of Tom Waits' music. (R)
Justin Rowlatt reports from Kaziranga National Park in Assam, India. (R)
8/10 Actor Warwick Davis finds humanity and humour in some uncomfortable stories. (R)
An autistic young man uses Disney animated films to reconnect with the wider world. (R)