4/7 A couple want to turn the 16th-century Old Manor in Norfolk into a dream home. (R)
5/10 Nick Knowles and the DIY SOS team come to the aid of a family in Dudley. (R)
Ian Hislop looks at the 1963 Beeching Report, which closed a third of the UK's railways. (R)
29/30 The Bikers explore how our love affair with cheese has evolved over centuries. (R)
Coverage of Lord Steel's House of Lords (Cessation of Membership) Bill, from 29 June.
3/3 How the colour white embodied the Enlightenment values of justice, equality and reason.
5/6 Why do some pizzas contain 'fake cheese', and how horrible is dog food? (R)
3/3 How the colour white embodied the Enlightenment values of justice, equality and reason. (R)
4/20 A heart attack victim is saved by his friends with help from a Hollywood tough guy. (R)
Three female weightlifters chase the dream of representing Team GB at London 2012. (R)
Coverage of the Culture, Media and Sport select committee session with Mark Thompson.
2/2 The most sublime, ridiculous and agonising moments from the Olympics, numbers 25 to 1. (R)
This programme follows the women's boxing team to the World Championships in China. (R)
Questions in the Welsh Assembly to first minister Carwyn Jones from Tuesday 17 July.
Swimmer Keri-Anne Payne provides a look behind the scenes at her winter training camp. (R)
The latest business news, with reports from Singapore, Frankfurt, London and New York.
BBC News Channel
Stage 3 proceedings of the Welfare Reform (Further Provision) Bill from Thursday 28 June.
Mark D'Arcy presents a look at books marking Her Majesty the Queen's diamond jubilee.
The stories of MPs who have run not just for office but also for Olympic glory.
Public Administration committee session on the honours system, from Monday 21 May.
The team looks at the cases of Peter Martin and Arthur Aldrick. (R)
Alistair Darling delivers a lecture on the Great Offices of State, from 21 February.
96/100 Martin and Lucy visit homes in Devon, London and Sunderland. (R)
Mark D'Arcy in discussion with MP Tom Watson about his book Dial M for Murdoch.
The Liaison Committee session with Prime Minister David Cameron, from Tuesday 3 July.
14/40 Clive Holland meets a young family in Rotherham who got stung by bad building work. (R)
14/75 Jennie Bond is on hand to help two best friends from Swansea with a passion for drama. (R)
Questions to deputy first minister Martin McGuinness, from Monday 2 July.
29/32 The hunt for a bargain takes the teams to a huge antiques centre in Lincolnshire. (R)
Coverage of a debate in the House of Lords on smoke-free vehicles, from Friday 29 June.
Education Committee session on behaviour and discipline in schools, from 27 June.
20/75 An assortment of items including a particularly large Doulton jardiniere pot feature. (R)
A look at the assassination of serving prime minister Spencer Perceval in 1812.
Debate in the House of Commons on the House of Lords Reform Bill, from 9 and 10 July.
22/30 James Braxton and Jonathan Pratt travel from Leek in Staffordshire to Birmingham. (R)
The legislative consent order on the Scotland Bill from Wednesday 18 April.
3/4 The South Wales Caravan Club attempts to win the biggest award in touring caravanning. (R)
BBC Two Wales
17/26 Jim enjoys the goosberries and redcurrants in the fruit cage.
BBC Two Scotland
8/23 Neil Oliver searches for sea eagles, recently reintroduced to the island of Canna. (R)
BBC Two England, Northern Ireland only
11/26 The nature and wildlife of Britain and Ireland. This episode features flying kites. (R)
2/4 Simon King and Dave Myers try to make a slimline cooked breakfast which still satisfies.
1/21 Two chefs go head-to-head in the kitchen to try and satisfy Cathy MacDonald's guest. (R)
The Politics of Coalition: How the Conservative-Liberal Democrat Government Works.
Questions to the mayor of London, Boris Johnson, from Wednesday 4 July.
The Highland superstar that never was. Norman Maclean, in his own words. (R)
1/3 The story of two boys who dream of scaling the heights of Oxbridge university politics.
3/3 The 90s and 00s saw the rise of jukebox musicals such as Mamma Mia! and We Will Rock You. (R)
Debating a motion calling for the voting age in Welsh Assembly elections to be lowered.
Jack Straw delivers a lecture on the Great Offices of State, from Monday 16 July.
Sir David Frost looks back over nearly 60 years of the television interview. (R)
3/7 Asher's group fight with fire extinguishers and Charlie's group ends up in the hospital. (R)
A portrait of the lives of Old Order Amish couple Miriam and David and their family. (R)
Alicia McCarthy reviews the highlights of the last two months at Westminster.
4/13 Steve Backshall looks at the unique geography of California's Monterey Bay kelp forest. (R)
1/3 The mystery surrounding the Egyptian city of Piramesse, built by Ramesses the Great. (R)
1/18 Dr Rozina Ali finds out if it is possible to make skin look younger without surgery. (R)
Recorded coverage of the Treasury select committee session on Barclays and Libor.
1/10 Mat Pines has been living with the wild Hamadryas baboons of Ethiopia for five years. (R)
5/20 Mountain rescuers fight bad weather to save a badly-injured walker. (R)
The Treasury Committee's session with the Chairman of Barclays Bank, Marcus Agius.
3/6 Cherry Healey finds out whether your looks can really change your life for the better. (R)
Friday 10 August 2012