Chris Rogers goes undercover in Indonesia to investigate coffee production.
BBC World News
Documentary telling the story of the easy listening genre from the 50s to the present day. (R)
Clemency Burton-Hill explores the life and influence of violin maker Antonio Stradivari.
4/6 Greg and Rhod head towards Kathmandu via the Prthvi Highway.
Simon travels down the east coast to the cities of Sydney and Melbourne.
Chris Rogers goes undercover in Indonesia to investigate coffee production. (R)
BBC News Channel
5/6 David Attenborough looks at the battle for survival in the plant world. (R)
A weekly showcase for reports from the BBC's network of reporters across the UK.
6/6 Nature, culture and modern man jostle along China's east coast in a battle for resources. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
The team journey around the breathtaking shoreline of East Anglia. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
Hannah Bayman witnesses the birth of a seal pup in Teesside. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland, Scotland
3/4 How Britain became self-sufficient in producing bread-making wheat after WW2. (R)
A visit to Strangford Lough to discover the abundance and diversity of wildlife there. (R)
2/6 A look at the origins, practises and treasures of the Celts. (R)
3/4 Iain Stewart reveals how the deadliest avalanche killed 18,000 people in three minutes. (R)
4/4 Margaret Thatcher recalls in candid terms her feelings about cabinet members. (R)
BBC Two England, HD only
6/6 A special screening of 'Tales of the Fatlad' to mark the passing of actor Gerard Murphy. (R)
Scottish tenor John Innes has been singing on the streets for 15 years.
BBC Two Scotland only
A weekly showcase of the best reports from the BBC's global network of correspondents.
1/4 Portrait of Ronnie Barker, one of the country's favourite comedy stars. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland, Wales
4/4 Alan Yentob examines the extraordinary story of pop icon Sir Tom Jones. (R)
Documentary about three young, all-American girls who also happen to be exorcists. (R)
Sunday 15 September 2013