21/28 Andrew Marr interviews David Hockney about his newest exhibition A Bigger Picture. (R)
Jo Coburn talks to Eric Pickles, Lord Winston, Lord Forsyth and Baroness Jolly.
Dr Gabrielle Walker examines ice, one of the strangest substances in the world. (R)
5/11 The celebrities' challenge is to take over a ritzy hotel.
BBC One except Wales
4/11 The teams' challenge involves a new cell phone for which they must create an event.
BBC One Northern Ireland only
A group of young people who stammer enrol on an intense speech therapy course. (R)
Parliamentary highlights from Monday 27 February, presented by Jo Shinn.
Follow-up to a film that lifted the lid on health and welfare problems for pedigree dogs. (R)
BBC One Wales only
Questions to Education secretary Michael Gove and his team, from Monday 27 February.
11/11 Paul and Emily are given money towards their wedding, which Paul must organise alone. (R)
1/8 Championing the use of British-grown pears and garlic with several delicious recipes. (R)
Recorded coverage of Lords Questions on Monday 27 February.
5/10 Shameless and EastEnders star Jody Latham helps the Hustlers pull off a gambling scam. (R)
Questions to Employment and Learning Minister Stephen Farry, from Monday 27 February.
5/8 The team tests whether Chip and PIN is really as secure as the banks claim. (R)
The latest business news, with reports from Singapore, Frankfurt, London and New York.
BBC News Channel
Recorded coverage of House of Lords proceedings from Monday 27 February.
2/5 Larry Lamb revisits a time when matron ruled the roost.
33/100 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Somerset, Dover and Norfolk. (R)
7/10 The case of "The Church Conman" who ripped off kind-hearted consumers all over the UK.
7/40 Clive is in Ipswich on the trail of a builder who left a couple living in a building site.
Jo Coburn presents the latest political news, interviews and debate.
23/32 A circus double-act entertains Catherine Southon as they try to secure a bargain.
15/20 In wolf wood, the fearsome hunters try their paw at a spot of fishing. (R)
BBC Two except Wales
53/90 Simon O'Brien and Jonnie Irwin help a Warwickshire couple searching for property. (R)
BBC Two Wales only
Including First Minister's Questions.
Live coverage of questions in the House of Commons to Foreign Secretary William Hague.
7/20 A boy is thrown over a garden wall in a freak road accident. (R)
Coverage of the day's proceedings in the House of Commons.
41/76 James Lewis finds a gold pocket watch and Adam Partridge looks at a collection of pipes. (R)
22/32 The red and blue teams scour Edinburgh Antiques and Collectors Fair for bargains. (R)
12/30 Thomas Plant and Mark Hales travel from Dublin to Ballybrittas, Portlaoise.
Concerts, meetings and events - a round up of what's on across the country.
2/10 Anne Robinson is joined by actress Natascha McElhone and presenter Chris Hollins.
4/5 Raymond visits the German border and the picturesque region of Alsace.
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber.
2/4 Aled Jones presents the funny, warm and moving life story of comedian Sir Harry Secombe. (R)
4/5 Raymond visits the German border and the picturesque region of Alsace. (R)
BBC Two England only
26/26 The nature and wildlife of Britain and Ireland. The Mighty Moorhen. (R)
2/4 How England came out of military and economic disaster to achieve global supremacy. (R)
5/6 Máire Bhreathnach and Jarlath Burns highlight important rural and environmental stories.
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
Documentary about the smallpox outbreak in South Wales in 1962 that claimed 19 lives.
Concerts, meetings and events - a round up of what's on across the country. (R)
5/6 Alex Polizzi is called in to a faltering fancy dress shop in Essex - Props and Frocks.
1/12 Ryan and Fern are given money towards their wedding, which Ryan must organise by himself. (R)
7/8 Asking if we can outgrow the influences of our parents in our social lives. (R)
2/4 The Spalls visit Northumberland, Newcastle and Hartlepool as their journey continues.
9/10 The Supreme Championship Final 2011 from Tain, Ross-shire.
1/3 Documentary following the construction of the Astute nuclear submarine. (R)
8/15 Uncovering research that has the power to make us all live longer and healthier lives.
6/6 The junior doctors are coming to the end of their first attachment.
1/5 Jeremy Paxman finds out how a small island came to rule a quarter of the world.
BBC Two England, Scotland only
A look at what the future holds for newspapers - both at national and local level. (R)
Documentary following the world's largest wolf pack in Yellowstone National Park. (R)
Leading geneticist and Nobel laureate Sir Paul Nurse explores the wonder of science.
BBC One except Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales
Ciaran Tracey asks whether the waste industry should be more tightly regulated.
Penny Roberts investigates the collapse of Britain's biggest police corruption trial.
1/3 Film about some of the men studying for the priesthood at London's Allen Hall. (R)
2/2 Ben Fogle and the team of scientists take a look at Australia's saltwater crocodile.
Parliamentary highlights from Tuesday 28 February, presented by Keith Macdougall.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Wales only
5/8 Actor and country singer Tim McGraw finds out more about his family tree.
Tara Mills looks at the day's events at the Assembly and Northern Ireland Executive.
4/6 Featuring Seamus Begley, Mairi Nic a' Ghobhainn, Ceanna Chaimbeul and Lillis Ó Laoire. (R)
Questions in the Welsh Assembly to First Minister Carwyn Jones, from 28 February.
BBC One Scotland only
6/11 The remaining celebrities make a viral video for a laundry detergent.
BBC One except Northern Ireland, Scotland
7/15 Adam Rutherford meets a new creature created by American scientists - the spider-goat. (R)
6/6 The junior doctors are coming to the end of their first attachment. (R)
2/4 The Spalls visit Northumberland, Newcastle and Hartlepool as their journey continues. (R)
3/6 It has not been a great start to the tourist season on Barra thanks to the non-stop rain. (R)
BBC One except Scotland
Recorded coverage of Lords Questions on Tuesday 28 February.
6/8 The team tests whether Chip and PIN is really as secure as the banks claim. (R)
19/30 The duo explore how Britain's love affair with takeaway food has evolved. (R)
Stacey Dooley finds out why Luton is known as the extremist capital of Britain. (R)
Questions to Foreign secretary William Hague and his team, from Tuesday 28 February.
Wednesday 29 February 2012