1/2 The story of the 2011 riots in the words of the rioters themselves. (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.
4/4 The history of swimming and its strokes, from its humble roots to the modern day. (R)
BBC One Wales only
The team visits some amateur astronomers in their back-garden observatories. (R)
The stories of two men who escaped from Treblinka extermination camp in 1943. (R)
5/12 Live debate from Edinburgh, as a panel discusses whether higher education is worthwhile. (R)
9/11 Darryl Grimason swims with sharks in his exploration of the coastline.
BBC One Northern Ireland only
6/10 Nick Knowles and the DIY SOS team travel to Duxford near Cambridge. (R)
BBC One except Scotland
10/14 Drama documentary reliving the story of Elsa, the orphaned lioness of the film Born Free. (R)
Radio 1's Scott Mills presents a countdown to the best episode ever, as chosen by viewers. (R)
The legislative consent order on the Scotland Bill from Wednesday 18 April.
8/20 Three people in a hot air balloon crash into electricity pylons. (R)
6/7 It is sun, sex and excess on Zante for Newcastle student Alex and Brighton ladette Sophie. (R)
11/15 John Craven and Jules Hudson travel around Dorset, Somerset and Devon. (R)
1/12 Henpecked Welsh groom Ben stands up to his fiancee Sarah and his mollycoddling mother. (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 latest business news, with reports from Singapore, Frankfurt, London and New York.
BBC News Channel
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.
Alicia McCarthy reviews the highlights of the last two months at Westminster.
The team investigates the cases of Elfie Lee and millionairess Dorothea Allen. (R)
Mark D'Arcy presents a look at books marking Her Majesty the Queen's diamond jubilee.
Recorded coverage of the Treasury select committee session on Barclays and Libor.
74/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Cardiff, Broadstairs and Devon. (R)
2/20 Croydon Council suspect a young family have been living illegally for over a decade. (R)
4/22 The story of Rocky, a starving dog facing a real fight to survive. (R)
11/20 Winkie the one-wheeled tortoise needs roadside assistance. (R)
18/32 The two teams visit the bustling antiques fair at Aintree Racecourse. (R)
The Treasury Committee's session with the Chairman of Barclays Bank, Marcus Agius.
A nautical couple look for a property close to the river, so they can moor their boat. (R)
5/20 A motorway is closed as rescuers try to free a racehorse trapped in a lorry. (R)
David Blunkett delivers a lecture on the Great Offices of State, from Tuesday 15 May.
22/30 Si and Dave explore Derbyshire and cook a county favourite at the Buxton Pavilion Gardens. (R)
Questions in the House of Commons to prime minister David Cameron from Wednesday 11 July.
56/75 Experts Catherine Southon and Mark Stacey join Paul Martin in Bodmin, Cornwall. (R)
26/75 Jules Hudson helps a couple return to their roots in rural South Wales. (R)
8/30 This leg starts in Hertfordshire before ending up at auction in Chippenham, Wiltshire. (R)
The stories of MPs who have run not just for office but also for Olympic glory.
Malcolm Rifkind delivers a lecture on the Great Offices of State, from Monday 23 April.
4/30 The three remaining celebrities are sent to top London restaurant Coq d'Argent.
The Public Accounts Committee's session on tax disputes with Dave Hartnett and Lin Homer.
1/2 Sir David Attenborough's journey begins in a forest near his childhood home in Leicester. (R)
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Donny Osmond and our medal winning male gymnasts.
5/25 Jules Hudson is in North Cornwall to help four generations of a family find a dream home. (R)
BBC Two England, Northern Ireland only
3/3 Featuring an amazing sequence of an osprey hunting over open water. (R)
BBC Two Wales only
13/23 The team are travelling down the UK's North East coast. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
12/26 The nature and wildlife of Britain and Ireland. In this episode, the majesty of Snowdonia. (R)
18/26 Jim is back in among the tomatoes and George takes a look at his precious show vegetables.
3/4 The Hairy Bikers are advised to become the Hairy Cyclists to help reach their goal.
The BBC 999 Awards recognise the tireless work of the UK's emergency service heroes.
2/21 Two chefs go head-to-head in the kitchen to try and satisfy Cathy MacDonald's guest. (R)
Brand shares his battle to stay clean and challenges how our society deals with addiction.
Recorded coverage of business in the House of Lords on Thursday 28 June.
Bob Monkhouse's life and career told through films, TV shows, letters and memorabilia. (R)
6/8 It's all about speed and power at Knockhill's Modified Live. (R)
7/13 Robert Webb reveals his favourite bits from the hit movies of recent times - the mistakes. (R)
The stories of two men who escaped from Treblinka extermination camp in 1943.
1/6 A simple noise nuisance complaint escalates to a serious dispute in an Eccles high rise.
BBC One except Wales
2/3 A journey to the Lambeyeque valley in Peru, and the ruins of 250 mysterious pyramids. (R)
Clarke Carlisle explores how far his profession has really progressed in tackling racism.
Carwyn Jones making a statement on the Assembly government's legislative programme.
5/6 An odyssey through Scotland's fishing rivers with Neen MacKay. (R)
3/3 The expedition culminates in South America, where the puma's hunting behaviour is filmed. (R)
1/2 Ewan McGregor goes to India and Nepal following a vaccine trail supported by Unicef. (R)
Science journalist Mark Henderson discusses his book, The Geek Manifesto.
Brand shares his battle to stay clean and challenges how our society deals with addiction. (R)
Questions in the Northern Ireland Assembly to first minister Peter Robinson, from 18 June.
7/32 Sue Perkins presents from the Edinburgh Festival. Featuring Mark Thomas's new comedy show. (R)
6/6 Stefan challenges Food Show hosts Simon Rimmer and Tim Lovejoy to make bags of sugar. (R)
The Home Affairs Committee's Affairs pre-appointment hearing with Tom Winsor.
5/13 Steve Backshall reveals the secret to the existence of the world's largest inland delta. (R)
Documentary exploring how sex has been portrayed in British sitcoms over the years. (R)
9/20 A man is run over whilst trying to warn drivers of icy roads. (R)
2/10 Gloria Hunniford meets the courageous Essex pensioners who stood up to conniving builders. (R)
Recorded coverage of the debate on mental health, from Thursday 14 June.
3/10 Essex Police attempt to catch rogue traders on one of Britain's busiest motorways. (R)
Ken Clarke delivers a lecture on the Great Offices of State, from Tuesday 24 January.
Friday 17 August 2012