Profile of Roy Orbison and his relationship with British musicians and the British public. (R)
Culture, Media and Sport Committee's session with Rupert and James Murdoch, from 19 July.
Matthew Stadlen spends the day with Olympic gold medallist Amy Williams. (R)
BBC News Channel
Youth Parliament debate on student tuition fees, from Friday 4 November.
A tribute to nominees in the 2013 Rory Peck Awards for freelance news camera operators. (R)
Mark D'Arcy and guests make their Christmas choices of the political books of the year.
1/13 Robert Webb is here to expose all the silver screen slip-ups from recent hit movies. (R)
John Whittingdale MP delivers a lecture on former prime minister Margaret Thatcher.
The story of Nicole Dryburgh, who raised thousands to help young cancer sufferers. (R)
Questions to Prime Minister David Cameron from Wednesday 14 December.
Why has government after government has struggled to reform the House of Lords?
Matthew Stadlen spends the day with Olympic gold medallist Amy Williams.
Questions to Mayor of London Boris Johnson in the London Assembly, from 14 December.
Public Accounts Committee's session on Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs Standard Report.
A look back at an exciting year in sport including major victory for England's cricketers.
Norman Smith reports from Westminster on a dramatic year in British politics.
Questions to First Minister Peter Robinson, from Monday 12 December.
Conservative Peer Lord Norton of Louth presents a lecture on the Parliament Act of 1911.
An in-depth look at the politics of Europe presented from Warsaw by Shirin Wheeler.
Conservative MP Kwasi Kwarteng discusses his book Ghosts of Empire with Mark D'Arcy.
The archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, reflects on 2011.
BBC One except Scotland
Children's Laureate Julia Donaldson encourages all to discover the pleasure of reading.
BBC One Scotland
Debate in the Welsh Assembly on the Final Welsh Government Budget, from 6 December.
Commons Speaker John Bercow lectures on Parliamentary Reform - Lessons from 1911.
Guide to the latest gadgets, websites, games and computer industry news.
The Joint Committee on Privacy and Injunctions evidence session.
David Attenborough returns to the island of Madagascar on a very personal quest. (R)
The archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, reflects on 2011. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
Children's Laureate Julia Donaldson encourages all to discover the pleasure of reading. (R)
BBC Two Scotland
A review of this year's news from a local, national and international perspective. (R)
Kirsty Young narrates this examination of the Queen's relationship with Scotland.
Questions in the Welsh Assembly to First Minister Carwyn Jones from Tuesday 6 December.
Friends, family and colleagues pay tribute to writer, producer and director David Croft. (R)
BBC Two England
Featuring actor Michael Sheen, choral conductor Tim Rhys-Evans and DJ Bethan Elfyn. (R)
BBC Two Wales
4/5 Tracing the career of Dame Judi Dench, including archive clips and celebrity interviews. (R)
Alicia McCarthy presents a review of recent parliamentary highlights at Westminster.
The moving story of one of Britain's worst maritime disasters. (R)
1/3 Monty Halls examines the complex structure of the Australian coral reef and its wildlife.
Shirin Wheeler reviews the European Parliament's final week's session of 2011.
Debate on whether the Victorian Era was the Golden Age of Parliament.
A celebration of Dolina MacLennan; singer, actor, writer and Gaelic activist.
Neil Oliver explores a recently-discovered, 5,000-year-old temple in Orkney.
Lord Adonis delivers a lecture on Roy Jenkins, from Tuesday 25 October.
The life, music and tragic loss of Scottish piper Gordon Duncan.
Matthew Stadlen presents a selection of his interviews timed against the clock. (R)
Mark D'Arcy talks to former MP Chris Mullin about the latest of his political diaries.
Rosalyn Ball reports on the art of political cartooning.
The theatre production of the life story of country singing sensation Patsy Cline. (R)
Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne's Autumn Statement, from Tuesday 29 November.
Charles Hazlewood devises and performs a unique musical experiment using church bells. (R)
In this Christmas special James and the team try to make it snow. (R)
Richard Taylor unravels the history that has made bells such a key British sound. (R)
The Culture, Media and Sport select committee session on the London 2012 games.
Actor Benedict Cumberbatch explores the life and work of playwright Terence Rattigan. (R)
The annual Political Studies Association Awards, including Politician of the Year.
Tristram Hunt delivers a lecture on Tony Benn, from Tuesday 6 December.
Reaction to the UK Government's decision to veto the European treaty on the euro crisis.
Monday 2 January 2012