1/3 How plants first harnessed light from the sun and created our life-giving atmosphere. (R)
3/7 Susan Sarandon researches her family history, including that of her enigmatic grandmother. (R)
BBC One Northern Ireland only
Andrew Neil is joined by former trade minister Lord Jones.
BBC One Wales only
BBC One Scotland only
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)
4/4 Dan explores the ups and downs of a climactic century in naval and British history. (R)
9/12 Can surf addict Mitch plan his wedding to Laura with one eye permanently on the waves? (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)
2/2 Nel Hedayat meets the young rebels of Libya and Syria to hear their stories. (R)
The latest business news, with reports from Singapore, Frankfurt, London and New York.
BBC News Channel
Questions in the Welsh Assembly to First Minister Carwyn Jones, from 13 March.
House of Lords from Tuesday 13 March, including the Health and Social Care Bill.
Parliamentary highlights from Tuesday 13 March, presented by Keith Macdougall.
3/10 Louise Minchin and Gethin Jones chart the changes in crime, criminals, police and prisons.
122/180 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Lancashire, Kent and Devon. (R)
18/40 A couple's dream to move their parents in with them comes unstuck in Scotland.
BBC One except North West
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn with live coverage of prime minister's questions.
BBC Two except Wales
Includes Prime Minister's Questions live from the House of Commons at 12 noon.
BBC Two Wales only
Live questions to International Development secretary Andrew Mitchell and his team.
54/74 Banoo Petit needs to raise money as she is in dire need of replacement windows. (R)
Live coverage of questions in the House of Commons to prime minister David Cameron.
30/32 Teams from opposite poles battle it out to snag the best bargains in Kent.
Coverage of the day's proceedings in the House of Commons.
36/38 A look at the life of Doreen Woodford who worked tirelessly for the deaf community.
3/10 A freak and intense hail storm hits an East Devon town with startling consequences. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
4/31 Neil Oliver performs on the stage of a remarkable coastal amphitheatre near Land's End. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
8/25 Denise Nurse is in West Somerset helping a couple find a property with a business. (R)
Coverage of some of the day's debates in the Scottish Parliament.
13/20 A plane crashes on an airfield and a rocket scientist comes to earth in a bike accident. (R)
16/25 The team head to Blackburn in Lancashire, where they uncover some unusual treasures.
73/76 Paul Martin, Kate Bateman and Mark Stacey are at Balbirnie House in Fife. (R)
2/32 Two Australian teams hunt for bargains at an eclectic antique centre in Melbourne. (R)
23/30 Anita Manning and James Lewis start in Fakenham and end up at an auction in Aylsham.
Concerts, meetings and events - a round up of what's on across the country.
3/10 John Sergeant visits the remains of Victorian photographer Francis Frith's home in Reigate
The stories of objects with links to the Titanic. The Lord Mayor's Cloakroom: Ian Adamson.
Iain MacInnes and Shona MacLellan visit Mallaig. (R)
3/3 Dr Janina Ramirez explores the illuminated scripts of the courts of the Tudors. (R)
Matt Baker and Alex Jones present the stories that matter from across the country.
6/12 POD uses the power of melons to prove a point to Nicola from London. (R)
4/6 Series delving into the BBC archives to reveal how life in Northern Ireland has changed.
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
8/75 In Rutland, Jules Hudson searches for a home for a couple from London. (R)
BBC Two England only
Observational documentary following John 'Shonnie the Shooter' MacDonald.
5/5 Scott Quinnell looks back at Wales's classic encounter with France in 1994.
2/4 Francesco learns how to be a courtier in Urbino and goes grape harvesting in Chianti. (R)
3/4 Takeaways in Southend come under the scrutiny of food inspector Steve Ramm.
BBC One except Wales
2/4 A cocker spaniel with a mystery illness is treated. A Westie's diet must be changed.
7/12 POD meets Leeds raver Harriet and blood and bandages-obsessed Bonnie. (R)
4/6 Music from Fred Morrison in Scotland and Madison Violet in Canada.
Concerts, meetings and events - a round up of what's on across the country. (R)
3/6 Monty Halls heads out to work on the biggest crabber on the coast, the Harvester.
10/12 Has James got any chance of delivering Mercy her perfect day with a Nigerian twist? (R)
22/24 Reporting on the most interesting stories from around Europe.
2/6 Carnevale sees a 400-metre descent, a drug overdose, a beauty pageant and a dead body.
27/35 An rèis ainmeil Vendée Globe. The famous Vendée Globe race. (R)
2/3 Helen Castor looks at the lives of Isabella of France and Margaret of Anjou.
Andrew Neil travels to Europe to find out why Britain follows human rights laws.
14/15 The cooks face their penultimate and most terrifying challenge - The Chef's Table.
Statement to MPs on the Nigerian hostage rescue, from Tuesday 13 March.
1/6 Twentieth century communist history. The Russian Revolution of October 1917. (R)
6/6 Richard Wilson returns to the country of his birth in a splendid 1950s Bentley. (R)
Mandy McAuley investigates the controversy surrounding supergrass trials. (R)
Questions to Andrew Mitchell and his ministerial team, from Wednesday 14 March.
1/20 A series based on journeys to places of personal significance. (R)
Recorded coverage of Lords Questions from Wednesday 14 March.
6/8 How impressionists rose from being the poor relations of comedy to the stars of the 1970s. (R)
Parliamentary highlights from Wednesday 14 March, presented by Keith Macdougall.
10/17 Claudia and Danny review 21 Jump Street, We Bought a Zoo and Contraband.
Documentary about the scandal that saw the fall of former New York governor Eliot Spitzer. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
27/40 Cathy Macdonald joins Sir Menzies Campbell MP in his Fife constituency. (R)
Coverage of questions in the House of Commons to David Cameron, from 14 March.
1/3 Helen Castor looks at the lives of Matilda and her daughter-in-law, Eleanor of Aquitaine. (R)
35/38 The story of deaf artist Granville Redmond, who worked with Charlie Chaplin. (R)
Questions to International Development secretary Andrew Mitchell, from Wednesday 14 March.
Recorded coverage of Lords Questions on Wednesday 14 March.
2/3 A look at how the early flowers sculpted the Earth and drove the evolution of all animals. (R)
2/3 Helen Castor looks at the lives of Isabella of France and Margaret of Anjou. (R)
Thursday 15 March 2012