Andrew Neil and Tim Donovan with the latest political news, interviews and debate.
5/10 John Sergeant visits an ancient watermill in Lyme Regis and dungeons in Exeter Guildhall. (R)
1/3 How pioneers unlocked electricity's mysteries and built strange instruments to create it. (R)
4/7 Becky and Chelsea's fun in Corfu is secretly monitored by Becky's strict father Chris. (R)
Studio programme looking back at the week in Westminster with Keith Macdougall.
What is it about subtitled Danish TV dramas that make them such compulsive viewing? (R)
BBC News Channel
10/11 Darryl Grimason revisits his childhood as he goes rock pooling near Newcastle, Co Down. (R)
BBC One Northern Ireland only
3/6 Two irresponsible dog owners spend a week learning to work with army dogs in Canada. (R)
Profile of the writer whose classic songs continue to influence modern music. (R)
3/5 Jeremy continues by tracing the growth of a peculiarly British type of hero. (R)
BBC One except Wales
An in-depth look at the politics of Europe presented by Shirin Wheeler.
Recorded coverage of House of Commons proceedings in Westminster Hall, Tuesday 24 April.
19/30 Jonathan Pratt and Philip Serrell visit Gainsborough and end up at an auction in Lincoln. (R)
Recorded coverage of House of Commons proceedings in Westminster Hall, from 25 April.
The latest business news, with reports from Singapore, Frankfurt, London and New York.
House of Commons proceedings in Westminster Hall from Thursday 26 April.
11/25 The heir hunters try to crack the case of Brian Yanchuk, who died in 2004.
9/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander revisit properties in Stoke, London and Wiltshire.
Recorded coverage of Select Committee proceedings, from Tuesday 24th April.
1/20 A widow is burgled and discovers her late husband's treasured possessions have been taken.
59/75 Linda and John Devine need 300 pounds to buy their grandchild some presents.
Jo Coburn with the latest political news, interviews and debate.
4/32 Nick Hall and Jeremy Lamond help the teams, and Tim visits Traquair House near Peebles. (R)
Why has government after government has struggled to reform the House of Lords?
The announcement of Commons business for the week ahead, from Thursday 26 April.
Highlights from the Leveson Inquiry for the week ending April 27.
61/75 Aled Jones helps a couple with a 600,000 pound budget search for a country home in Dorset.
Live questions to communities and local government secretary Eric Pickles and his team.
Coverage of prime minister David Cameron answering an urgent question about Jeremy Hunt.
Coverage of the day's proceedings in the House of Commons from Monday 30 April.
16/45 Northern Ireland chefs cook their starters for judge Richard Corrigan.
A party election broadcast by the Scottish Labour Party. (R)
BBC One Scotland only
A party election broadcast by the Welsh Conservative Party. (R)
BBC One Wales only
Please switch over to BBC One for a Party Election Broadcast.
BBC One HD only
A Party Election Broadcast by the Labour Party for the English Local Elections 2012.
BBC One except HD, London, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales
A Party Election Broadcast by the Labour Party for the Greater London Elections 2012.
BBC One London only
Robert Lawrence on how his bravery in the Falklands conflict won him a military cross.
6/6 Sreath air na Drobhairean Albannach. The drovers and drove roads of Scotland. (R)
6/6 Andrew uncovers the house's many treasures and welcomes back an eager visiting public. (R)
7/8 Jem heads for his workshop to build a solution to traffic jams: a man-powered aeroplane.
Connie Fisher helps the volunteers of St John Ambulance and joins a team of ghostbusters.
3/4 Men and women were dragged before Medieval religious courts and multitudes were killed. (R)
6/6 Harry Ross is the chaplain at Everton Football Club.
BBC Two Wales only
BBC Two except Wales
4/16 Cathy MacDonald and guests are discussing addiction and its many associated problems. (R)
6/6 The city comes together to celebrate a 500-year-old religious festival... with a rave. (R)
7/8 Angela Rippon, Gloria Hunniford and Julia Somerville investigate consumer complaints.
BBC One except North West, Wales
The true story of the little girl who brought a giant spectacular to Liverpool.
BBC One North West only
1/2 Sian Williams tracks down those who were filmed during the 1953 coronation celebrations.
4/4 Lorraine Pascale shows how to make pain d'epi, graffiti cake and three savoury dishes. (R)
16/21 Following three gamekeepers through the seasons of the deer, the salmon and the game bird. (R)
2/3 In the aftermath of the Gunpowder Plot, Macbeth captures the anxiety of the time.
3/4 Historian Dominic Sandbrook explores the effects of sex discrimination laws.
2/6 Emma and Derek Go! Explore! a variety of activities on offer in the Dundee and Fife area. (R)
2/3 How some species survived the catastrophic asteroid collision 65 million years ago. (R)
An update on the TV programme 'The British Connection', originally broadcast in 1978. (R)
Jackie Fullerton delves into the BBC archives to bring a sporting decade to life.
3/3 How a group of craftsmen broke the monopoly of the ceramic factories with studio pottery. (R)
Highlights of Monday 30 April in Parliament presented by Jo Shinn.
BBC Two Scotland only
Tara Mills looks at the day's events at the Assembly and Northern Ireland Executive.
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
Coverage of questions to Agriculture and Rural Affairs Minister from Monday 30 April.
3/3 How Richard Dawkins became the most influential evolutionary biologist of his generation. (R)
6/6 Julia Bradbury walks from the remote valley of Ennerdale to Pillar Rock. (R)
Giles and the team head to North Wales, where food is about making the best of the basics. (R)
2/3 Cornish fisherman Andy Giles tries fishing from a canoe on the coast of Sierra Leone. (R)
Questions to communities and local government secretary Eric Pickles, from 30 April.
20/30 Jonathan Pratt attempts to catch Phil Serrell as they motor from Sheffield to Wilmslow. (R)
Recorded coverage of Lords Questions on Monday 30 April.
1/25 Michael Portillo discovers the grave robbing history of Great Yarmouth. (R)
2/3 In the aftermath of the Gunpowder Plot, Macbeth captures the anxiety of the time. (R)
Tuesday 1 May 2012