Jo Brand learns about the history and science of kissing and perfects her own technique. (R)
House of Lords from Tuesday 14 February, including the Scotland Bill.
7/13 Dr Anna Nekaris travels to Java to find out about the slow loris and its toxic bite. (R)
3/4 Officers are called to the home of an 89-year-old grandmother living in sheltered housing. (R)
BBC One Scotland only
4/6 Not all the junior doctors are happy when they are told they must wear white coats. (R)
Horizon reveals how CERN is searching for the Higgs particle and why it is so significant. (R)
BBC One except Scotland, Wales
4/5 World citizens mount a campaign to use economic pressure to bring down the government. (R)
6/7 A robber is caught on CCTV crawling into a charity recycling bin to steal clothes. (R)
Lovestruck men and women pop the question in the boldest and most creative ways possible. (R)
Daryl wants to make up for forgotten Valentine's Days and give Clodagh a romantic wedding. (R)
4/4 Stories include a rare baby parrot so precious it has to be hand-reared. (R)
The latest business news, with reports from Singapore, Frankfurt, London and New York.
BBC News Channel
Recorded coverage of a debate on alcohol policy in Westminster Hall, from 7 February.
Culture, Media and Sport Committee on library closures.
3/10 Catching up with Andy and Keira Roberts who visited Australia in 2009. (R)
172/180 Martin and Lucy visit homes in Cheshire, Lancashire and Cornwall.
Recorded coverage of the Health select committee evidence session from Tuesday 7 February.
13/20 Jules helps a couple seeking a renovation project in Godalming in Surrey. (R)
56/75 Solicitor Gwen Godfrey wants to raise 1,000 pounds towards her favourite charities.
28/32 The teams go hunting for bargains at one of London's premier antiques hotspots. (R)
Home Affairs Committee on private investigators, from Tuesday 7 February.
32/38 Featuring internet safety, the secret to a long, happy marriage and trainee hearing dogs.
46/90 Ed Hall and Nikki Bedi hunt for a home in the Cotswolds. (R)
BBC Two except Wales
43/75 Aled Jones helps a couple with £500,000 escape to the Chilterns.
Recorded coverage of Lords Questions on Tuesday 14 February.
18/20 The Helimed team have to tackle a rockface in the battle to save an injured climber. (R)
Live coverage of the day's proceedings in the House of Lords.
75/76 The finds include four Lalique-style light shades and a 19th-century clock.
13/20 Simon O'Brien gets stuck in to building stud walls at building college. (R)
3/30 Charles Hanson and David Barby travel from Herefordshire to Somerset.
BBC Two Wales only
Concerts, meetings and events - a round up of what's on across the country.
8/15 Featuring miners' cottages on the Stiperstones and Stokesay Court in Shropshire.
The first programme in a series of six comes from Shetland. (R)
3/4 Gus Casely-Hayford visits Morocco, once the centre of a vast kingdom created by Berbers. (R)
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Poirot star David Suchet.
10/12 POD and Jenny meet party girl Kelsey, buxom blonde model Dani T and Collagen Girl. (R)
A couple of ex-property developers from Staffordshire want a dream home in Devon. (R)
4/20 Michael searches for the last liquorice grower in Pontefract and fishes for sea bass. (R)
5/8 The team tests whether Chip and PIN is really as secure as the banks claim. (R)
BBC One except Wales
1/3 Profiling the work of Wales's RAF Search and Rescue crews.
BBC One Wales only
11/12 POD and Jenny meet model Emma B, ultraviolet raver Keiran and a group of dancehall divas. (R)
Concerts, meetings and events - a round up of what's on across the country. (R)
2/4 A history of the bathroom, from medieval bath houses to examining the Crapper myth. (R)
2/3 Sarah Raven attempts to find out how to make British gardens more pollinator-friendly.
Cherry Healey puts some favourite supermarket staples to the test.
7/11 Groom Sean must organise every detail of his forthcoming wedding to Laura all by himself. (R)
18/24 Reporting on the most interesting stories from around Europe.
26/35 Tibetan children are sent to India to attend a school to try and preserve their culture.
3/3 Louis XVI and his Queen, Marie Antoinette, attempt to stave off a revolution.
8/15 The remaining seven cooks celebrate the amazing produce available in the British Isles.
4/7 Tom and Lyndsey get set for a wild holiday of a lifetime in hotbed of hedonism Ayia Napa.
Gaels reflect on their experience of National Service in the 1950s. (R)
Nick Crane goes sea cliff climbing on the remarkable rocks of Anglesey.
Nick Crane goes sea cliff climbing on the remarkable rocks of Anglesey. (R)
3/6 Na Ceiltich a' gluasad air feadh na roinn Eòrpa. The migration of the Celts across Europe. (R)
2/6 Richard Wilson takes a car journey that loops through Snowdonia's finest scenery. (R)
Mandy McAuley explores the issues around Scottish independence.
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
3/6 Finlay MacLeod in conversation with Angus Macleod.
Recorded coverage of a debate on rural schools in Westminster Hall, from 8 February.
5/12 The Shee, the Maeve MacKinnon Trio and Norrie MacIver with Ruari Sutherland. (R)
6/17 Films reviewed include Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close and The Safe House.
A team of young Afghan cricketers chase an unlikely dream of competing on the world stage. (R)
BBC Two England, Scotland only
19/40 Tha Cathy NicDhòmhnaill a cur seachad là còmhla ri Càirdineal Keith O'Brien. (R)
BBC One Northern Ireland only
2/4 A search for the secrets behind the Zulu's cultural power and military strength. (R)
Recorded coverage of House of Lords on Wednesday 15 February.
How telescopes such as Herschel use infrared eyes to see where stars are being born.
5/11 Darryl Grimason discovers a remarkable rock pool in Strangford Lough.
Matt and Ellie explore the Blackdown Hills on the Devon and Somerset border. (R)
5/9 The new wave of Italian crime fiction, full of corruption, unsolved murders and the mafia. (R)
31/38 Featuring an in-depth look at access to work for deaf and hard of hearing communities. (R)
BBC One except Northern Ireland
4/7 Tom and Lyndsey get set for a wild holiday of a lifetime in hotbed of hedonism Ayia Napa. (R)
12/30 The Bikers look at fish, shellfish and the history of Billingsgate Market. (R)
3/8 Cases where consumers have been forced to pay well over the odds for goods or services. (R)
Thursday 16 February 2012