1/6 Marine biologist Monty Halls travels down to Cadgwith to live and work as a fisherman. (R)
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn with the latest political news, interviews and debate.
Political review of the week with Andrew Neil, Michael Portillo, Alan Johnson and guests.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Wales only
5/6 The brothers meet a winemaker called Hannibal and have a close shave in Trani. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
2/6 Following ticket inspectors as they pursue fare evaders across the tube network. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
6/6 The Woods come face to face with Hannibal in Rome before completing their trip in Tunisia. (R)
21/30 The duo look at all the food festivals in the calendar that allow the British to indulge. (R)
BBC One except Northern Ireland
Parliamentary highlights from Thursday 1 March, presented by Keith Macdougall.
What science can tell us about dogs, and how man might treat them in the future. (R)
6/6 The junior doctors are coming to the end of their first attachment. (R)
Questions to Environment, Food and Rural Affairs secretary Caroline Spelman, from 1 March.
1/3 Documentary following the construction of the Astute nuclear submarine. (R)
Recorded coverage of Lords Questions on Thursday 1 March.
Matt and Ellie visit Cornwall, with Matt going underground and Ellie going underwater. (R)
Questions in the Scottish Parliament to First Minister Alex Salmond from Thursday 1 March.
2/3 Six children from a Lancashire primary school prepare to make their First Holy Communion. (R)
3/12 POD meets Alannah and her glittery horse, and has a catfight with fashion diva Clinton. (R)
6/7 It is sun, sex and excess on Zante for Newcastle student Alex and Brighton ladette Sophie. (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 Thursday 1 March.
5/5 This episode takes a look at the tiny baby who made medical history.
180/180 Martin and Lucy visit homes in Darlington, Fulham and Burnley.
10/10 Gloria Hunniford meets heroic bank staff from south London.
10/40 Clive helps a mum and daughter whose cowboy builder bodged their extension.
Includes the Irish finance minister on the EU treaty vetoed by the UK.
25/32 David Barby and Philip Serrell lead the red and blue teams at the Kent Showground.
17/20 Lord Bath dishes the dirt on his great-great-great-great-grandfather. (R)
55/90 Nikki Bedi and Ed Hall help today's buyers find a house with an outdoor swimming pool. (R)
Andrew Lansley answers a question on the Health and Social Care Bill, from 28 February.
10/20 The team prepare for an amputation after a farm worker is trapped by his legs. (R)
Questions to Foreign secretary William Hague and his team, from Tuesday 28 February.
56/76 A tea caddy and a microscope are among the items valued in Bangor. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
BBC Two except Scotland
25/32 Tim goes to Nunnington Hall to see a collection of miniature furniture in miniature rooms. (R)
Steve Baker introduces his Financial Institutions (Reform) Bill, from 29 February.
15/30 The final leg starts in Hay-on-Wye and finishes in Pontrilas, Herefordshire.
Coverage of questions in the House of Commons to David Cameron, from 29 February.
A party political broadcast by the Scottish Liberal Democrats.
A party political broadcast on behalf of the Welsh Liberal Democrats.
BBC Two Wales only
Concerts, meetings and events - a round up of what's on across the country.
5/10 Anne Robinson is joined by poet Pam Ayres and actor Don Warrington.
The Draft House of Lords Reform Bill Joint Committee's session from Monday 27 February.
BBC One Scotland only
BBC One Wales only
24/28 Andrew Graham-Dixon tells us what intrigues him about Augustus Pugin.
Chris Evans and Alex Jones are joined by Michael Palin, Terry Jones and Willem Defoe.
BBC Two England, Scotland only
1/4 Simon Russell Beale takes a look at the symphonic works of Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven. (R)
6/10 Hollyoaks star Gemma Atkinson helps pull off a real-life game of Grand Theft Auto.
Concerts, meetings and events - a round up of what's on across the country. (R)
How the much-derided music genre of disco actually changed the world.
2/3 Melvyn Bragg explores the energetic cultural transformations of the 50s and 60s.
11/15 John and Gregg take the contestants to Thailand for the masterclass of a lifetime.
BBC Two except Wales
The Education Committee's session on Ofsted's Annual Report from Wednesday 29 February.
9/10 Includes the Lockerbie disaster, Piper Alpha and gold discovered in Tyndrum.
Iain MacNeacail, An Sgiobair, às an t- Eilean Sgitheanach / Skye poet Iain Nicolson (R)
4/10 Pipers from far and wide plus Treacherous Orchestra in concert. (R)
Featuring Gloria Gaynor, Donna Summer, Grace Jones, Chaka Khan and Madonna. (R)
Weekly studio programme looking back at the week in Westminster, with Keith Macdougall.
Kirsty Wark and her panel review the new BBC drama series White Heat.
2/13 Iain and Louise are at Barra airport. Murray tests the Morgan Plus 4. (R)
8/15 Uncovering research that has the power to make us all live longer and healthier lives. (R)
6/11 The remaining celebrities make a viral video for a laundry detergent.
BBC One Northern Ireland only
How the much-derided music genre of disco actually changed the world. (R)
2/3 Melvyn Bragg explores the energetic cultural transformations of the 50s and 60s. (R)
Highlights from the Leveson Inquiry for the week ending March 2.
David Dimbleby chairs a debate on the big stories of the week from Dewsbury. (R)
The latest smartphones and tablet tech from the Mobile World Congress 2012 in Barcelona.
24/28 Andrew Graham-Dixon tells us what intrigues him about Augustus Pugin. (R)
1/3 Sarah Raven is on a mission to halt the rapid decline in the UK's insect pollinators. (R)
Weekly studio programme looking back at the week in Westminster, with Keith Macdougall. (R)
24/30 High tea is a truly British invention, and the bikers can't resist a mid-afternoon snack. (R)
6/10 Hollyoaks star Gemma Atkinson helps pull off a real-life game of Grand Theft Auto. (R)
6/10 Evan Davis asks his guests about reinventing a business and what to teach our children. (R)
Saturday 3 March 2012