Jo Coburn presents the latest political news, interviews and debate.
Featuring an extraordinary Chinese talk show which interviews prisoners before they die.
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
Documentary following disabled Nic Hamilton as he embarks on a career in motor racing. (R)
7/7 Richard is out on the Top Gear test track in the brand new BMW M5. (R)
Highlights of Monday 12 March in Parliament, presented by Keith Macdougall.
2/2 Nel Hedayat meets the young rebels of Libya and Syria to hear their stories. (R)
Questions to Communities and Local Government secretary Eric Pickles, from 12 March.
3/3 Benedict loses his team, his tent and his supplies, and is left stranded with no radio. (R)
3/8 British beef is John Torode's passion. Valentine Warner champions cockles and mussels. (R)
8/12 Dan and Mark are given cash towards their wedding, which Dan has to organise by himself. (R)
Recorded coverage of Lords Questions on Monday 12 March.
10/20 Michael makes apple juice in the Clyde valley and visits the top of the Forth Rail Bridge. (R)
Recorded coverage of questions in the Northern Ireland Assembly from Monday 12 March.
1/30 Charles Hanson and David Barby visit Lichfield, and head to an auction in Coventry. (R)
7/10 Ex-Hollyoaks star Marcus Patrick joins the team in a con involving some buried treasure. (R)
The science behind the exciting Bloodhound project to build the fastest car in the world. (R)
The latest business news, with reports from Singapore, Frankfurt, London and New York.
BBC News Channel
House of Lords from Monday 12 March, including the Protection of Freedoms Bill.
2/10 Louise Minchin and Gethin Jones chart the changes in crime, criminals, police and prisons.
House of Lords from Monday 12 March, including the Legal Aid Bill.
41/100 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Stockport, Rochester and Cornwall. (R)
17/40 Clive Holland discovers some shocking structural work in Cardiff.
Live coverage of the day's proceedings in the House of Lords.
7/74 Jennie Bond and Jonty Hearnden help two women in east London raise 1000 pounds. (R)
Andrew Neil is joined by former trade minister Lord Jones.
29/32 Charles Hanson and Anita Manning lead the red and blue teams at London's Portobello Road.
2/10 A dramatic storm leaves a couple's dream home teetering on the edge of a cliff. (R)
BBC Two Wales only
2/10 Giles Coren and Sue Perkins share their five favourite reads. (R)
BBC Two except Wales
Including First Minister's Questions.
7/25 Jules Hudson is in Ceridigion, West Wales, helping two singers to find their perfect home. (R)
Live questions to Justice secretary Ken Clarke and his ministerial team.
12/20 Paramedic Sammy recruits an army of tourists to carry an injured patient. (R)
Coverage of the day's proceedings in the House of Commons.
75/76 Paul Martin is joined by experts Anita Manning and Thomas Plant at Warwick Castle. (R)
1/32 An Australian red team take on a British blue team at the Sydney Antiques Centre. (R)
22/30 Anita Manning and James Lewis start in Horncastle and end up in Diss, Norfolk.
Concerts, meetings and events - a round up of what's on across the country.
2/10 John Sergeant drops in on the new owners of Charles Dickens's favourite holiday home.
The stories of objects with links to the Titanic. The blai: Priscilla Alexander.
BBC One Northern Ireland only
1/13 Series charting a year in the lives of five Scottish crofters. (R)
1/3 Helen Castor looks at the lives of Matilda and her daughter-in-law, Eleanor of Aquitaine.
Matt Baker and Alex Jones present the stories that matter from across the country.
1/2 Iolo Williams explores landscapes created by water and by mineral exploitation. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
4/4 Dan explores the ups and downs of a climactic century in naval and British history. (R)
Concerts, meetings and events - a round up of what's on across the country. (R)
1/8 The duo cook Norwegian recipes: rye bread, cardamom and lemon cookies, and pirogi.
9/12 Can surf addict Mitch plan his wedding to Laura with one eye permanently on the waves? (R)
1/6 Neen MacKay discovers Scotland's most accessible salmon fishing. (R)
4/4 After six years Tim and Shane conclude their trip, but not before a frightening twist.
2/5 The programme takes inspiration from the sustainable Findhorn eco-village near Inverness. (R)
Sir David Frost looks back over nearly sixty years of the television interview.
10/15 Scientists reveal how we might not always be in control of what we feel and think.
13/15 John and Gregg send the cooks to test their skills at the finest restaurants in Europe.
East End Jayney is set on a cockney knees-up for her daughter. Can bridegroom James cope?
3/5 Jeremy continues by tracing the growth of a peculiarly British type of hero.
A look at the lives of people who run village shops in remote areas. (R)
Mark Lawson talks to comedian Frank Skinner about his eventful life and career.
Documentary following a teenager with Down's syndrome as she prepares to leave home.
BBC One except Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales
Mandy McAuley investigates the controversy surrounding supergrass trials.
1/6 Ruby Wax visits Manila to interview the former first lady Imelda Marcos. (R)
1/3 Helen Castor looks at the lives of Matilda and her daughter-in-law, Eleanor of Aquitaine. (R)
Parliamentary highlights from Tuesday 13 March, presented by Keith Macdougall.
3/7 Susan Sarandon researches her family history, including that of her enigmatic grandmother. (R)
BBC One Wales only
Tara Mills looks at the day's events at the Assembly and Northern Ireland Executive.
6/6 Featuring singers Treasa Ni Mhiolláin, Alyth MacCormack and Triona Ní Dhomhnaill. (R)
Questions in the Welsh Assembly to First Minister Carwyn Jones, from 13 March.
BBC One Scotland only
3/3 Women who work at Westminster Cathedral talk about what Catholicism means to them. (R)
1/3 How plants first harnessed light from the sun and created our life-giving atmosphere. (R)
East End Jayney is set on a cockney knees-up for her daughter. Can bridegroom James cope? (R)
4/4 After six years Tim and Shane conclude their trip, but not before a frightening twist. (R)
Coverage from the House of Lords from Monday 12 March.
9/17 Claudia and Danny review John Carter, Tess of the D'Urbervilles, The Raven and Bel Ami. (R)
Sir David Frost looks back over nearly sixty years of the television interview. (R)
2/4 Neil Oliver charts the story of little-known explorer William Speirs Bruce. (R)
4/8 James Martin promotes different sorts of eggs and Richard Corrigan champions fish. (R)
Wednesday 14 March 2012