1/2 Classicist Dr Michael Scott uncovers the strange, alien world of the ancient Greeks. (R)
A review of the highlights of the last three months at Westminster, with Alicia McCarthy. (R)
1/3 In China, respect for state and elders is being drilled into the next generation. (R)
Health Check investigates the life-giving and life-saving properties of blood. (R)
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The essential business news live from Singapore.
BBC World News except North America
2/2 Jim Al-Khalili investigates whether quantum physics might solve mysteries in biology. (R)
Simon O'Brien reflects on 175 years of pioneering transatlantic travel. (R)
Mark D'Arcy talks to Steve Hilton, David Cameron's former policy chief, about his new book (R)
Recorded coverage of questions to prime minister David Cameron from Wednesday 15 July. (R)
The show travels to the world's most famous technology research facility. (R)
Brian Cox uses the BBC archive to examine the story of man's relationship with the moon. (R)
4/12 Mathew is planning a swashbuckling pirate adventure for his dancer bride Jamie-Lee. (R)
Coverage of the Foreign Affairs Committee's session on policy developments, from 21 July. (R)
The Travel Show comes from Taiwan presented by Carmen Roberts. (R)
Andrew Graham-Dixon explores the ancient Christian practice of preserving holy relics. (R)
The final session of questions in the House of Lords before the summer recess. (R)
Coverage of a seminar at which leading academics analyse the General Election result. (R)
Recorded coverage of questions to first minister Nicola Sturgeon, from Thursday 25 June. (R)
The latest business news with informed analysis from the world's financial centres.
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BBC World News
Jo Coburn and guests discuss Edward Heath and his legacy. (R)
75/180 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in London, Hampshire and Norfolk. (R)
Lord Bew delivers a lecture on Charles Stewart Parnell, from Tuesday 19 May. (R)
14/20 Dom comes to the aid of two people having trouble with faulty computers. (R)
Recorded coverage of George Osborne's seventh Budget in the House of Commons. (R)
9/15 The teams battle to save a mountain biker who has fallen on a steep slope. (R)
22/31 Carol Klein meets Geoff and Sally Davis to see how their renovation project is doing. (R)
A look at the global business stories.
Scottish chefs Jak O'Donnell, Jimmy Lee and Graham Campbell compete in the fish course. (R)
5/5 Hugh and the team focus on the UK's grey and common seals.
Recorded highlights of the debate in the European Parliament on the situation in Greece. (R)
75/80 Martin and Lucy visit properties in Devon, Kent and Nottinghamshire. (R)
15/20 Dom helps two people who have problems with a major double glazing company. (R)
10/15 The Cornwall Air Ambulance team rescue a man who has taken a serious fall off his ladder. (R)
America's first lady Michelle Obama makes a speech about education for women, from 16 June (R)
The Scottish Parliament Economy Committee's session on work, wages and wellbeing. (R)
30/32 Tim Wonnacott, Christina Trevanion and Thomas Plant search for antiques in Peterborough.
Bydd amaethwyr yn trafod y problemau sy'n codi yn sgil prisiau isel cig oen a llaeth yn... (R)
Y prynhawn yma Catrin Thomas fydd yma'n coginio a bydd aelodau'r Clwb Clecs yn dweud eu...
A debate on the government's proposals for English votes for English laws, from 21 July. (R)
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10/75 Jules Hudson searches for a home in Cheshire for a couple with £1.2 million to spend. (R)
Aaron Heslehurst is in Sydney finding out what has driven Australia's recent recovery. (R)
20/20 Athlete Rebecca Adlington joins Brian Conley for a nostalgic look at archive TV.
3/3 A stranded marmoset roams Rio's streets, and a rhinoceros beetle seeks sanctuary in Tokyo. (R)
Prof Tim Bale talks about his book Five Year Mission, on Ed Miliband's Labour leadership. (R)
Kwasi Kwarteng delivers a lecture on Lord Palmerston in Speaker's House, from 9 June. (R)
61/76 David Fletcher has a heated discussion about a tiny pottery mouse. (R)
15/20 Michael Portillo finds out about the world's earliest swing bridge and its inventor. (R)
Peter Snow looks back over BBC election night coverage since 1955. (R)
23/29 Featuring a life-size stuffed lion made famous on TV and a four-headed doll. (R)
A look at business across Africa.
Mark Kermode gives his take on the best and worst of the week's film and DVD releases.
A recording of Stage 3 proceedings on the Mental Health (Scotland) Bill, from 24 June. (R)
Alex Jones and Chris Evans are live in Hampshire for CarFest, a charity festival.
1/7 Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May investigate a famous Romanian road. (R)
Byddwn yn cwrdd ag Aled Owen o Ty Nant ger Llangwm sef pencampwr Treialon Cwn Defaid Cy...
Daniel Brittain speaks to Baroness Boothroyd, Baroness Dean and Baroness Knight. (R)
16/50 History short looking at movie stars including Hitchcock and Ingrid Berman. (R)
4/4 Gloria Hunniford discovers Portadown and Richill's social history and stories. (R)
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
3/4 Rhys joins a team comprised of various specialist agencies to crack down on poachers.
BBC One Wales, Wales HD only
3/6 Charting the period of activity that helped develop Britain's modern financial economy.
BBC One HD, London, South East only
2/6 How the process of building the canals resulted in furthering geological knowledge.
BBC One Channel Islands, Oxfordshire, South, South West, West only
1/6 Liz McIvor explores how the nation's canal network was saved following years of neglect.
BBC One West Midlands
5/6 The story of the people who operated the canal boats, carrying goods around the country.
BBC One Cambridgeshire, East, East Midlands only
4/6 Liz McIvor recounts the tales of the men who built the canals - the navigators, or navvies
BBC One North West
6/6 The struggles of those tasked with creating a landscape of canals around the Pennines.
BBC One Yorks & Lincs, Yorkshire only
Questions to mayor of London Boris Johnson, from Wednesday 15 July. (R)
A look at business across Africa. (R)
2/13 Gloucester rugby lad Josh desperately tries to please his demanding fiancee Stacie. (R)
Cawn ddod i adnabod Jude yn ei chartref moethus a chwrdd â Djibril a'r plant Cassius, P... (R)
Nick Miller reveals the stories and science behind some of the year's wildest weather.
23/31 Monty Don takes stock of what has worked and what hasn't at Longmeadow.
It's desserts week. Whose signature creme brulees had the panel drooling?
Ros Ball takes a brief look at the chief architect of the Battle of Waterloo. (R)
Rick goes prawn fishing in the coastal city of Preveza.
Y cyflwynydd Gwenllian Jones Palmer a'r actor Llyr Evans sy'n ymuno â'r criw. Dylan Ebe...
Mark Kermode gives his take on the best and worst of the week's film and DVD releases. (R)
Mark D'Arcy talks to author Emma Crewe about her book House of Commons. (R)
Recorded coverage of the final stage debate on the Budget Bill, from Tuesday 30 June. (R)
8/40 Cathy MacDonald spends a hectic day with Coronation Street actress Michelle Collins. (R)
3/8 The CEO of Poundworld, Chris Edwards, is back with ambitious plans for expansion. (R)
3/3 Kirsty Wark presents interviews and performances from the world's biggest arts festival.
2/4 Featuring Sanjeev Kohli, Vic Galloway and busker Alan Tennie. (R)
A look back at the best of the week's films and discussions from Newsnight.
Rajan Datar speaks Dervla Murphy, who has written over 20 books documenting her travels.
3/4 Dan Snow travels through India in the footsteps of the East India Company.
The Treasury Select Committee evidence session on the 2015 Budget from Tuesday 21 July. (R)
As the project continues, the kids rebel against the long days and strict discipline. (R)
A guide to all the latest gadgets, websites, games and computer industry news.
Guide to the latest gadgets, websites, games and computer industry news.
Rhod Gilbert joins celebrities, comedians and fundraisers as they climb Kilimanjaro. (R)
Witness speaks to a Japanese doctor who saw the atomic bomb fall on Hiroshima.
A special episode of the Travel Show broadcast from the UAE. (R)
Interviews and performances from the world's biggest arts festival, hosted by Kirsty Wark.
Lord Lexden delivers a lecture on the Earl of Shaftesbury, from Tuesday 30 June. (R)
A weekly showcase of the best reports from the BBC's global network of correspondents.
Questions in the Welsh Assembly to first minister Carwyn Jones from Tuesday 14 July. (R)
3/4 Dan Snow travels through India in the footsteps of the East India Company. (R)
Witness has spoken to a Japanese doctor who saw the bomb fall in Hiroshima.
Mark D'Arcy in conversation with White House correspondent April Ryan about her new book. (R)
Statements on the Flynn Report and the Tax Collection and Management Bill, from 14 July. (R)
A look at Britain's rising cinema stars and the fresh talent crafting films.
Stephen Sackur meets writer, Roberto Saviano, whose work has made him dangerous enemies. (R)