A review of the highlights of the first three months of 2012 at Westminster.
How a former beauty queen's devotion to the man of her dreams became a tabloid sensation. (R)
Theresa May delivers a lecture on the Great Offices of State, from Monday 26 March.
11/12 Using archive to discover the unwritten rules that have governed how we drink in Britain. (R)
10/10 Evan Davis and guests discuss ruthlessness, and investing and selling in deprived areas.
BBC News Channel
Ed Miliband and Ed Balls hold a Labour Party news event in Redditch, from 29 March.
3/4 Monty Don visits some of the most sublime, romantic retreats in southern Italy. (R)
William Hague makes a speech at the Lord Mayor's Easter Banquet in London, from 29 March.
1/10 Ex-Boyzone member Shane Lynch goes undercover as a tramp to help pull off a devious heist. (R)
Britain's world champion triathletes take the team to their Lanzarote winter training camp (R)
2/10 TOWIE star Sam Faiers goes undercover as a bitter ex-wife to help the Hustlers con a mark. (R)
3/10 Radio 1 DJ Nihal helps con two unsuspecting marks into buying a bronze sculpture. (R)
Click makes its own special effects action movie - using just a phone. (R)
4/10 TV presenter Laura Hamilton helps the Hustlers scam a mark who's accused of stealing cash. (R)
An in-depth look at the politics of Europe, presented by Shirin Wheeler. (R)
Recorded coverage of Select Committee proceedings.
The Scottish Affairs Committee's inquiry into the Referendum on Separation for Scotland.
Guests include William Hague, Yvette Cooper, Nicholas Parsons and Laura Marling.
James Martin takes a look back at some of his favourite moments from Saturday Kitchen.
Ellie Harrison goes on a journey through Suffolk. En route she visits a fantasy village. (R)
Andrew Neil presents. Including an interview with health secretary Andrew Lansley.
BBC One HD only
Including an interview with health secretary Andrew Lansley on NHS reform.
BBC One West only
BBC One Channel Islands, South West only
BBC One Oxfordshire, South only
BBC One London only
BBC One West Midlands only
BBC One East Midlands only
BBC One Cambridgeshire, East only
BBC One North West only
BBC One North East & Cumbria only
BBC One Yorks & Lincs, Yorkshire only
BBC One South East only
BBC One Scotland only
BBC One Northern Ireland only
BBC One Wales only
Highlights of the week in politics in the USA, plus a lecture by Ben Bernanke.
C-SPAN interviews with leading figures on the American political scene and viewers' calls.
Highlights from the Leveson Inquiry for the week ending March 31. (R)
6/32 The antiques challenge comes from Hungerford, where Team UK competes against Team USA. (R)
BBC One except Scotland
Nicki Chapman heads to Leicestershire to help a couple of hoteliers find a perfect home. (R)
Noel Thompson puts the spotlight on the week's hot topics at home and abroad.
Tim Wonnacott and the team visit Alexandra Palace in London. (R)
Join Felicity Evans as she takes a fresh look at politics through the Dragon's Eye.
4/4 Hugh Dennis and Julia Bradbury are in the Highlands of Scotland. (R)
9/75 Nicki Chapman searches for a home in the Yorkshire Dales for a budget of £420,000. (R)
BBC Two Wales only
1/26 The team assess the winter damage and unaccustomed spring warmth's effect on the garden. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
17/25 Will Axon and Kate Bliss join Paul Martin in valuing antiques in Nantwich, Cheshire. (R)
BBC Two England, Northern Ireland only
An in-depth look at the politics of Europe, presented by Shirin Wheeler.
1/3 Ex-welder Len Goodman explores the personal stories behind the Titanic's 100-year legacy. (R)
4/4 Matt Allwright and Chris Hollins tackle cockroaches in a north London kitchen.
A ruling that could allow for thousands of asbestos insurance claims, from 28 March.
Mark D'Arcy in discussion with an author about their latest political book.
6/6 Nature, culture and modern man jostle along China's east coast in a battle for resources. (R)
David Dimbleby chairs a debate from Portsmouth, including Alexei Sayle and Anna Soubry MP.
3/6 Series on 20th century communist history. Kirov's death and the terror that followed it. (R)
Local, national and international news.
Nicholas Crane retraces the steps of smugglers in Robin Hood's Bay. (R)
Archaeologist Cheryl Ward sets out in search of the mythical land of Punt. (R)
6/6 Dan Cruickshank visits Marshcourt, considered by many to be Lutyens' masterpiece. (R)
Countryfile is in County Durham, where Matt Baker visits the family farm.
2/3 How Sandhurst presents the brutal realities of war to new generations of officers. (R)
BBC Two except Wales
The Lords Economic Affairs Committee's session on the UK's economic outlook from 27 March.
Miranda Krestovnikoff joins the dolphins who come to the Welsh coast to raise their young. (R)
Documentary about Flinders Petrie, the pioneer who transformed field archaeology in Egypt. (R)
3/4 A compilation of amazing challenges, spectacular stunts and a small amount of bickering.
22/28 A Roadshow first as the team descends on Wimbledon's All England Lawn Tennis Club.
6/8 The ferry plays a vital role in Christmas plans for Kerrera and Dunoon. (R)
Justice Committee's session on pre-legislative scrutiny of the Freedom of Information Act.
How rallying's unregulated mayhem ended in 1986 after a series of horrific tragedies.
How the thousands of satellites orbiting the Earth have transformed the modern world.
How the Falklands War became a model for subsequent conflicts in the late 20th century.
4/5 Exploring traditional building skills - thatching, joinery, stonewalling and lime harling. (R)
Lively debate with Declan Curry and the top entrepreneurs about who's making money.
5/5 The story of how a desire for conquest became a mission to improve the rest of mankind.
Including an interview with health secretary Andrew Lansley on NHS reform. (R)
10/10 Evan Davis and guests discuss ruthlessness, and investing and selling in deprived areas. (R)
Carolyn Quinn discovers how Dickens was inspired by his time as a Westminster journalist.
3/4 A compilation of amazing challenges, spectacular stunts and a small amount of bickering. (R)
Sir Patrick Moore takes us on a speed-of-light journey to the ends of our known universe.
BBC One except Northern Ireland
The amazing story of The Doors' landmark album LA Woman, released in 1971. (R)
10/11 Darryl Grimason revisits his childhood as he goes rock pooling near Newcastle, Co Down. (R)
Armando Iannucci examines the development of Charles Dickens through his work. (R)
Matt Baker and Julia Bradbury visit rural Leicestershire. (R)
My Murder tells the true story of what became known as the honey trap killing. (R)
How rallying's unregulated mayhem ended in 1986 after a series of horrific tragedies. (R)
A debate on illegal tobacco and alcohol sales, tabled by Conservative MP Jesse Norman.
Pips Taylor explores why thousands of rapes go unreported and conviction rates remain low. (R)
A debate on the peace process in Israel, tabled by Labour MP John Woodcock.
Monday 2 April 2012