1/6 The team starts in London and then explores the curious coast of Belgium. (R)
Jo Coburn has the top political stories of the day.
2/3 Following Formula One racing team McLaren as they build a road car, the MP4-12C. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
Highlights of Monday 21 November in Parliament presented by Alicia McCarthy.
2/5 Featuring a bride-to-be left with bald patches after a salon visit for eyelash extensions. (R)
15/20 Films reviewed include Breaking Dawn, Snowtown and Justice. (R)
BBC One Northern Ireland only
3/6 A 2,000-mile journey up the Mississippi begins in New Orleans during Mardi Gras. (R)
Questions to Education Secretary Michael Gove and his team, from Monday 21 November.
2/3 Paul Merton's journey through early Hollywood reaches the 1920s. (R)
BBC One except Wales
10/12 Can sci-fi fanatic Charles give bride-to-be Lauren a wedding that's out of this world? (R)
Mark Lawson talks to shock rocker Alice Cooper about his life and career in music. (R)
Recorded coverage of Lords Questions on Monday 21 November.
3/4 Waldemar Januszczak looks at the people who were the subjects of the Impressionist art. (R)
Questions to Agriculture and Rural Development Minister Michelle O'Neill from 21 November.
5/12 POD takes on a cage-wrestling ring-girl whose style is out for the count. (R)
2/3 How visionary artists and architects helped America remove itself from Europe's shadow. (R)
1/3 A group of posh girls leave the Home Counties to experience life on benefits in Newcastle. (R)
2/5 Fergal Keane charts Ireland's progress during the upheavals of the Middle Ages. (R)
3/7 The couples must compete for roles in hip-hop star Lethal Bizzle's latest video. (R)
The latest business news, with reports from Singapore, Frankfurt, London and New York.
BBC News Channel
House of Lords from Monday 21 November, including the Legal Aid Bill.
7/10 Matt visits Bill, who was persuaded to invest in land, only to find he had been conned.
76/100 Featuring a former coach house in Devon as well as properties in London and Yorkshire.
11/15 In Burnley, a man gets the surprise of his life when he sets fire to a van load of waste. (R)
5/76 The team helps a woman raise money to continue the search for her missing son. (R)
Jo Coburn talks to Graeme Leach of the Institute of Directors about executives' pay.
6/32 In Anglesey, the blue team hope to win big so they can knit jumpers for bald chickens. (R)
Zeinab Badawi presents global news and analysis, plus up-to-the-minute business news.
14/20 A horticulturalist, tired of the UK weather, wants to move to Darwin with his family. (R)
BBC Two Wales only
2/10 The team helps a couple in Redditch whose house is drowning in clutter.
BBC Two except Wales
Including First Minister's Questions.
Highlights from the first week at the Leveson Inquiry, presented by Ross Hawkins.
Live questions to Health Secretary Andrew Lansley and his ministerial team.
Coverage of the day's proceedings in the House of Commons.
7/30 The Bikers explore Britain's national love of picnics.
1/6 Julia Bradbury sets off to the summit of Helvellyn via Striding Edge in the Lake District. (R)
4/76 Paul Martin is joined by experts Kate Bliss and David Fletcher in Wiltshire. (R)
7/30 Katherine Higgins hopes to prove she's the queen of retro at a Parisian antiques market. (R)
Concerts, meetings and events - a round up of what's on across the country.
13/26 The nature and wildlife of Britain and Ireland. This programme looks at the wildcat. (R)
3/6 Coast ventures out to the astonishing man-made shoreline of the Netherlands. (R)
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by the highest paid man on American TV, Hugh Laurie.
2/6 Baking gets the speed treatment, with lots of quick and delicious pastries and bread. (R)
1/25 The team investigates the cases of Marjorie Chapman and Michael Moran. (R)
BBC Two England, Northern Ireland only
4/6 Eilidh MacLeod explores the richness and diversity of the Gaelic language. (R)
How Roy Lichtenstein revolutionised art with his cartoon images of American culture. (R)
1/4 How volunteers turned a run-down old industrial railway into a modern wonder of Wales.
Concerts, meetings and events - a round up of what's on across the country. (R)
4/6 Stephen Fry heads south from Montana to Texas, admiring the Rocky Mountains along the way. (R)
10/24 The chefs face a skills test, and have one hour to recreate squid stuffed with wild rice.
Film about a teenage boy trying to balance his maths genius with his social awkwardness. (R)
4/10 At last Eilidh follows in Calina's footsteps and gets her hands dirty. (R)
Melvyn Bragg travels from Oklahoma to California to examine the legacy of John Steinbeck.
A film examining Victorian financiers including Samuel Gurney and Natty Rothschild.
11/12 Liverpool tomboy Anna tries to plan the perfect wedding for her girly fiancee Sian.
4/21 A look at the once-thriving herring fishing industry in Scotland. (R)
Documentary about the New York Times as it struggles to survive in a tumultuous year. (R)
4/8 Documentary charting the career of Vidal Sassoon, the man who invented the bob-cut.
BBC One except Northern Ireland, Wales
Jim Fitzpatrick investigates the fall out from the property crash.
Jane Harvey investigates the unsolved murder of Welsh private detective Daniel Morgan.
BBC One Wales only
Highlights of Tuesday 22 November in Parliament presented by Keith Macdougall.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Wales only
3/3 The choir is challenged to perform at the Royal Albert Hall on Remembrance Sunday. (R)
BBC Two England, Scotland only
Tara Mills looks at the day's events in the Assembly.
Andrew Smith visits Alabama to see how life there has changed in half a century. (R)
Questions in the Welsh Assembly to First Minister Carwyn Jones from Tuesday 22 November.
Guests include David Hare, Gurinder Chadha and Kazuo Ishiguro. (R)
11/12 Liverpool tomboy Anna tries to plan the perfect wedding for her girly fiancee Sian. (R)
Matt Baker and Ellie Harrison enjoy the contrasting landscapes of the Derwent Valley. (R)
1/3 A film following some of the people who work at the two main Airbus factories in the UK. (R)
2/3 George Alagiah tells the story of the boom in mixed-race couples following mass migration. (R)
Recorded coverage of Lords Questions on Tuesday 22 November.
21/38 We learn about the human ear at a Bionic Ear Show and mark Remembrance Sunday. (R)
1/13 For a year, biologist Joe Hutto plays mother to the strangest family in the world. (R)
Melvyn Bragg travels from Oklahoma to California to examine the legacy of John Steinbeck. (R)
Questions to Health Secretary Andrew Lansley and his team, from Tuesday 22 November.
7/8 Nigel Slater looks at the role of contrasting temperatures in cooking. (R)
How an educated, privileged teenager planned a terrorist attack on a shopping centre. (R)
Wednesday 23 November 2011