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)
Jo Coburn with the latest political news, interviews and debate.
Giles and the team head to North Wales, where food is about making the best of the basics. (R)
6/6 Andrew uncovers the house's many treasures and welcomes back an eager visiting public. (R)
Highlights of Monday 30 April in Parliament presented by Jo Shinn.
3/4 Men and women were dragged before Medieval religious courts and multitudes were killed. (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.
2/3 How some species survived the catastrophic asteroid collision 65 million years ago. (R)
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.
3/6 Two irresponsible dog owners spend a week learning to work with army dogs in Canada. (R)
Coverage of questions to Agriculture and Rural Affairs Minister from 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)
The latest business news, with reports from Singapore, Frankfurt, London and New York.
BBC News Channel
Recorded coverage of business in the House of Lords on Monday 30 April.
12/25 The team investigate the case of William Bennett, who was a member of the Pioneer Corps.
67/100 Martin and Lucy visit properties in Macclesfield, Plaistow and Cardiff. (R)
Live coverage of the day's proceedings in the House of Lords.
2/20 Three kid goats are reunited with their mother after being snatched from a field.
60/75 Angela Rippon helps Elizabeth Morris choose which of her possessions to sell.
Jo Coburn is joined by former home secretary Charles Clarke.
11/32 Tim Wonnacott presents a hunt for bargains from Wetherby Racecourse. (R)
Coverage of prime minister David Cameron answering an urgent question about Jeremy Hunt.
The prorogation ceremony in both the House of Commons and the House of Lords.
Including First Minister's Questions.
BBC Two Wales only
62/75 Alistair Appleton goes house hunting with a couple in East Sussex.
Why has government after government has struggled to reform the House of Lords?
17/45 Northern Ireland chefs cook their fish course for judge Richard Corrigan.
Party election broadcast by the Scottish National Party.
BBC One Scotland only
A Party Election Broadcast by the Conservative Party for the English Local Elections 2012.
BBC One except HD, London, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales
Please switch over to BBC One for a Party Election Broadcast.
BBC One HD only
A Party Election Broadcast by the Conservative Party for the London Elections 2012.
BBC One London only
A Party Election Broadcast by the Welsh Labour Party.
BBC One Wales only
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined on the sofa by comedian Ricky Gervais.
9/13 Donald and Calina's ewes are already lambing and some newborns need special attention. (R)
19/20 Michael Portillo meets the last pure-breed Aylesbury duck farmer in Buckinghamshire. (R)
1/4 A look at the work of the buccaneering cameramen behind British Pathé's newsreels. (R)
8/8 In San Sebastian, Dave and Si attend a traditional Basque dining club.
3/6 Two of the housemates fall in love. The gang attempt to set up a pop-up restaurant. (R)
2/12 Calina swaps gardening tips for Gaelic lessons with a friend on Skye.
2/3 How Yellowstone's Indian tribes were displaced to create this great American wilderness. (R)
3/3 Mary Beard goes behind the closed doors of Roman homes to explore their family life.
Police hope to find out who killed a retired farmer in a botched Cambridgeshire robbery.
Mark D'Arcy talks to Professor Matthew Flinders about his latest book.
16/21 Following three gamekeepers through the seasons of the deer, the salmon and the game bird. (R)
3/4 Unravelling the reasons behind the disappearance of the Maya civilisation. (R)
Recorded coverage of political and parliamentary highlights.
On the second leg of his journey, Simon visits Madagascar, Mauritius and the Seychelles. (R)
Darragh MacIntyre reveals evidence of a scandal that goes to the top of the Irish church.
BBC One Northern Ireland only
2/2 Documentary charting the remarkable life and work of pop mogul Gordon Mills.
Questions in the Welsh Assembly to first minister Carwyn Jones from Tuesday 1 May.
The team present the latest developments on the cases featured in the main programme.
BBC One except Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales
Party election broadcast by the Scottish National Party. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
A Party Election Broadcast by the Welsh Labour Party. (R)
Tara Mills looks at the day's events at the Assembly and Northern Ireland Executive.
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
BBC One Northern Ireland, Scotland only
6/8 There is romance in the air for Kyle. Emma reveals a personal tragedy. (R)
How Norfolk combines large-scale commercial farming with local, seasonal foods.
6/8 There is romance in the air for Kyle. Emma reveals a personal tragedy.
8/9 The story of the rise of the popular loaf and how it has shaped the way we eat in Britain. (R)
10/15 Scientists reveal how we might not always be in control of what we feel and think. (R)
BBC One except Wales
21/30 Anita Manning and James Lewis start their journey in Pateley Bridge, Yorkshire. (R)
Questions to Agriculture and Rural Affairs Minister Michelle O'Neil, from 30 April.
4/7 Becky and Chelsea's fun in Corfu is secretly monitored by Becky's strict father Chris. (R)
2/25 Michael Portillo follows the route of the Great Eastern Line to the lost city of Dunwich. (R)
Wednesday 2 May 2012