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.
2/12 Blackpool boy Mike plans a wedding for his glamorous fiancee Katie in just three weeks. (R)
12/25 Michael Portillo visits the historic Durham Cathedral and takes a Dracula tour in Whitby. (R)
1/10 POD gives a makeunder to DJ Bam Bo Tang, who has taken peacocking to the extreme. (R)
2/4 Neil Oliver charts the story of little-known explorer William Speirs Bruce. (R)
2/10 POD meets a woman who is torn between becoming a glamour model and a teacher. (R)
Alistair Darling delivers a lecture on the Great Offices of State, from 21 February.
1/3 A daring mission deep into enemy territory is captured on camera by soldiers. (R)
14/15 John Craven and Jules Hudson visit the south west coast to explore its military history. (R)
Mark D'Arcy in discussion with MP Tom Watson about his book Dial M for Murdoch.
2/3 How some species survived the catastrophic asteroid collision 65 million years ago. (R)
11/20 A row of houses explodes seconds after families are evacuated. (R)
The Liaison Committee session with Prime Minister David Cameron, from Tuesday 3 July.
Questions to deputy first minister Martin McGuinness, from Monday 2 July.
The latest business news, with reports from Singapore, Frankfurt, London and New York.
BBC News Channel
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.
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.
The team races to find descendants of a recluse whose estate is worth £30,000. (R)
78/180 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Warminster, Selkirk and Faversham. (R)
8/20 Fraud investigators suspect a supposedly single woman of being married. (R)
The legislative consent order on the Scotland Bill from Wednesday 18 April.
8/22 RSPCA Inspector Jayne Bashford is on the trail of a number of 'status dogs' in Birmingham. (R)
Neil Oliver visits Chapel Bay Fort in Milford Haven. (R)
Chris Packham visits some of the country's parks and estates to spot red deer rutting. (R)
16/32 The two teams visit the bustling antiques fair at Aintree Racecourse. (R)
High definition Audio described
The Politics of Coalition: How the Conservative-Liberal Democrat Government Works.
Questions to the mayor of London, Boris Johnson, from Wednesday 4 July.
Jonnie Irwin visits the Mourne Mountains to find a three-bedroom modern bungalow. (R)
9/20 Skateboarders film themselves rescuing a family trapped in a blazing flat. (R)
Debating a motion calling for the voting age in Welsh Assembly elections to be lowered.
26/30 Si and Dave explore Norfolk where they cook a traditional county favourite in Diss. (R)
Jack Straw delivers a lecture on the Great Offices of State, from Monday 16 July.
7/75 Paul Martin and the experts delve into Liverpool's musical heritage. (R)
Alicia McCarthy reviews the highlights of the last two months at Westminster.
30/75 Jonnie Irwin helps a businesswoman find a new home closer to her family for £500,000. (R)
23/30 Mark Franks and Paul Hayes travel to Brussels in search of pieces to sell for a profit. (R)
Mark D'Arcy presents a look at books marking Her Majesty the Queen's diamond jubilee.
3/6 The six teens make their own electro-house dance track. (R)
Recorded coverage of the Treasury select committee session on Barclays and Libor.
8/30 A classic recipe and one from the celebrities' own backgrounds to avoid elimination.
2/6 Three hopefuls who want to learn how to thatch are put through their paces. (R)
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Sex and the City actress Kim Cattrall.
2/6 Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May try to find the world's best hot hatchback. (R)
8/25 Denise Nurse is in West Somerset helping a couple find a property with a business. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
4/6 Sreath bhon tasglann ag aithris air eachdraidh bailtean na h-Alba. Scotland's towns. (R)
16/20 A disabled boy is trapped after a car careers through his bedroom window.
4/5 Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen visits houses in Omagh, Claudy and Portstewart. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
A history of one of the world's most challenging mountains and its infamous north face. (R)
6/6 A couple are attempting to restore Coulton Mill, a 13th century, 10-acre site in Yorkshire
2/4 Anneka, Phil and Joe transform a garden for the Sunderland Carers' Centre.
8/13 Robert Webb reveals his favourite bits from the hit movies of recent times - the mistakes. (R)
11/13 Derek MacKay and Kirsty MacDonald explore Inverness Museum and Art Gallery. (R)
6/35 Magne's family always had a feeling he understood more than the doctors said. (R)
1/2 How Britain led the world into the jet age with a new generation of fighters and bombers.
The Treasury Committee's session with the Chairman of Barclays Bank, Marcus Agius.
6/6 Little known and unusual stories from Scotland's history. (R)
2/14 The world-famous matriarch died in 2009 - can her 38 relatives and descendants survive? (R)
8/32 Sue Perkins presents from the Edinburgh Festival, speaking to Kirsty Gunn and Nile Rodgers
4/8 Finlay MacLeod in conversation with Fred MacAulay. (R)
Armando Iannucci examines the development of Charles Dickens through his work. (R)
1/3 Hard-hitting documentary following the day-to-day life of homeless people in Swansea. (R)
BBC One Wales only
Michael Palin tells the stories of the last soldiers to die in the First World War. (R)
4/6 Following the work of the midwives at St Mary's Hospital in Manchester. (R)
1/4 Tony take up the reins as the manager of a hotel on the Island of Tiree. (R)
6/6 A couple are attempting to restore Coulton Mill, a 13th century, 10-acre site in Yorkshire (R)
David Blunkett delivers a lecture on the Great Offices of State, from Tuesday 15 May.
2/2 The story of the riots of 2011 told with first-hand accounts from the police. (R)
Questions in the House of Commons to prime minister David Cameron from Wednesday 11 July.
1/6 How does the tube cope with the ever-increasing numbers of weekend passengers? (R)
2/3 Laverne Antrobus sees how child development is affected by obsessive compulsive disorder. (R)
15/15 John Craven and Jules Hudson reach Cornwall where they attempt the Cornish language. (R)
Amal Fashanu meets survivors of the gun massacre at a Batman film showing in Colorado. (R)
12/20 A fire rages through a flat while the occupiers sleep on unaware. (R)
Malcolm Rifkind delivers a lecture on the Great Offices of State, from Monday 23 April.
1/2 How Britain led the world into the jet age with a new generation of fighters and bombers. (R)
Brand shares his battle to stay clean and challenges how our society deals with addiction. (R)
13/20 A desperate fight to save a man trapped by collapsing sand. (R)
The Public Accounts Committee's session on tax disputes with Dave Hartnett and Lin Homer.
Thursday 23 August 2012