Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn are joined by Conservative MP David Davis.
A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil, with Michael Portillo.
BBC One Northern Ireland only
4/32 Tom Dyckhoff takes a tour of London's Olympic architecture. Miranda Sawyer meets Plan B. (R)
Ellie Harrison follows in the footsteps of Octavia Hill, founder of the National Trust. (R)
BBC One except Northern Ireland
A look at the role of Irish missionaries in securing Kenya's dominance in world athletics. (R)
Highlights of Thursday 12 July in Parliament presented by Alicia McCarthy.
Recorded coverage of questions to Energy and Climate Change Secretary Ed Davey.
5/5 Brian Cox explores how the search for aliens has followed the search for water. (R)
26/28 At Birmingham University the team finds the biggest vases ever seen on the show. (R)
4/6 Cherry Healey finds out how prejudiced we are in today's politically-correct world. (R)
Recorded coverage of Lords Questions on Thursday 12 July.
Michael Mosley swallows a camera to get a unique view of his innards digesting his food. (R)
10/10 Louise Minchin and Gethin Jones chart the changes in crime, criminals, police and prisons. (R)
3/3 Stacey Dooley looks at how the economic crisis has affected young people in Japan. (R)
Recorded coverage of political and parliamentary highlights.
38/45 Dishes include duck, barbeque monkfish, rosemary, samphire and asparagus. (R)
9/10 POD makes under a pair of Barbie wannabes who have made sisterhood an un-classy act. (R)
39/45 Dishes include elderflower and lemon tart with strawberry sorbet and meringues. (R)
The latest business news, with reports from Singapore, Frankfurt, London and New York.
BBC News Channel
Recorded coverage of questions to International Development Secretary Andrew Mitchell.
Includes a debate on the Parliamentary Boundary Commission and electoral administration.
25/25 The team search for living relatives of widower Gordon Smith, who died in 2009. (R)
Includes debate on Richard Ottaway's Scrap Metal Dealers Bill at second reading.
61/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in London, Norwich and on the Isle of Bute. (R)
33/40 Clive Holland helps two women who suffered massive financial losses thanks to one builder. (R)
9/10 The story of a south London consumer swindled out of £143,000 by rogue builders.
10/10 Gloria Hunniford goes back to school for lesson revealing the dangers of doorstep crime.
Andrew Neil has the top political stories of the day.
27/32 One of the antiques meets an undignified end at auction in Stamford in Lincolnshire. (R)
7/15 The next step in Jonathan's journey takes him to St Paul's Cathedral in London. (R)
72/90 Property experts Ed Hall and Jonnie Irwin seek a home in Glossop. (R)
Denise Nurse helps a couple find a home with plenty of character in Suffolk. (R)
5/15 Three pieces go before the hanging committee, including a driftwood sculpture.
Business in the House of Lords on 12 July, including debate on the rented housing sector.
10/30 Si King and Dave Myers explore Oxfordshire, where they resurrect a lost county recipe. (R)
15/32 Philip Serrell and Catherine Southon help two lively teams in Exeter. (R)
28/60 Paul Martin takes a trip down memory lane and visits Thorpe Abbots airbase. (R)
15/75 Nicki Chapman joins the house hunt with a retired couple of caravan owners. (R)
5/30 It's the final leg of the road trip. Jonathan is distracted by items he can't afford. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
6/11 Darryl Grimason reveals the hidden life below the surface of Strangford Lough. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
6/6 Will the families be able to maintain their weight loss back in the real world? (R)
The Home Affairs Committee's two-part session on drugs and immigration policy.
Matt Allwright and Alex Jones speak to Olympian Sir Steve Redgrave.
BBC One except Oxfordshire, South
Celebrating the arrival of the Olympic torch to Bournemouth beach.
BBC One Oxfordshire, South only
11/16 Adam, Rutledge and Tanner find out which is the best modern muscle car at a Nascar track.
5/13 Derek MacKay and Kirsty MacDonald explore the West Highland Museum in Fort William. (R)
Musical and psychological portrait of classical composer Ralph Vaughan Williams. (R)
12/16 The hosts put notoriously dangerous cars through a series of crazy challenges.
Profile of Roy Orbison and his relationship with British musicians and the British public. (R)
The Joint Committee on the draft Enhanced Terrorism Prevention Bill, from 11 July.
The Public Accounts Committee session on NHS Trust financial resilience, from 11 July.
Studio programme looking back at the week in Westminster with Keith Macdougall.
The life of Woody Guthrie, travelling American singer-songwriter. (1988) (R)
How Ireland's economic recession has caused a boom in the genre of Irish rap. (R)
The team join some likely stars of the London Olympics, including Rebecca Adlington.
3/3 Reconstructing a mysterious medieval building in Wales, 30 years after it was dismantled. (R)
Business in the House of Lords on 12 July, including debate on coastal access in England.
Some of the new ideas coming out of London's Silicon Roundabout, now dubbed TechCity.
3/3 The renovation work could spell disaster for Chatsworth's wedding season. (R)
Studio programme looking back at the week in Westminster with Keith Macdougall. (R)
Jasmine Harman calls on expert assistance to help her mother and other chronic hoarders. (R)
40/45 The two remaining chefs from the South West region cook their entire menus for the judges. (R)
Questions in the House of Commons to prime minister David Cameron from Wednesday 11 July.
7/10 Evan Davis and guests discuss the business of infrastructure and media training.
Saturday 14 July 2012