Andrew Neil with political news and guest Vincent Franklin from The Thick of It.
Recorded coverage of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs committee on dog control.
Documentary about Northen Irish pop-punk band the Undertones. (R)
The team are hypnotised by the latest TVs at Europe's largest technology trade show.
BBC News Channel
3/8 Dave and Si discover German cuisine as they travel from the Rhine Valley to Bavaria. (R)
BBC One except Wales
Highlights of the week's proceedings in Parliament presented by Alicia McCarthy. (R)
Coverage of the Public Accounts select committee session from Wednesday 5 September.
2/2 The team of wolf experts discover that most of the pack have been killed by locals.
Matthew Stadlen meets opera singer Bryn Terfel and watches him perform at Bryn Fest. (R)
Matthew Stadlen goes behind the scenes with violinist Nicola Benedetti at the BBC Proms. (R)
Highlights of the week's proceedings in Parliament presented by Alicia McCarthy.
House of Commons proceedings in Westminster Hall from Tuesday 4 September.
James Martin is joined by Nigel Haworth, Adam Byatt and Olympian, Katherine Copeland.
Questions to cabinet office minister Francis Maude, from Wednesday 5 September.
Questions to first minister Alex Salmond from Thursday 7 September.
Recorded coverage of Scottish Parliament proceedings from Thursday 6 September.
The team are hypnotised by the latest TVs at Europe's largest technology trade show. (R)
4/6 Lorraine indulges in her passion for baking and reveals some quick and simple ideas. (R)
Sir Patrick Moore discusses what the NASA rover Curiosity will be doing on Mars. (R)
The Coast experts visit a spectacular marine reserve off St Abbs and the Bass Rock. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
3/20 Charlotte Gill believes Australia could offer their family a better future. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
42/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Cardiff, west London and Derby. (R)
Bargain Hunt comes from a very snowy Newark, with David Harper and Mark Stacey. (R)
1/25 Dance teacher Diana Freedman wants to treat her three daughters to a musical night out. (R)
The Scottish Affairs Committee's inquiry on a referendum on separation for Scotland.
31/75 Paul Martin and the team are at Sunderland's Stadium of Light. (R)
2/80 A couple look for their first home together in the Wiltshire/Hampshire area. (R)
BBC Two England, Northern Ireland only
3/20 Dancers and rivals Arlene Phillips and Anton du Beke compete to buy great antiques.
BBC Two Wales only
1/8 Reclaiming unused land for farming is the first role on the 'frontline of freedom'. (R)
BBC Two England only
5/15 Jules Hudson looks at some of the best historic houses featured in past programmes. (R)
4/20 Michael Aspel and Una Stubbs are on the hunt to find the best antique deals in Norfolk.
5/20 Actors Alison Steadman and Larry Lamb hunt for antiques deals along the Sussex coast. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
5/20 Actors Alison Steadman and Larry Lamb hunt for antiques deals along the Sussex coast.
Coverage of the Home Affairs Committee on the work of the Home Office.
1/16 The life story of Titus, a silverback gorilla living in Rwanda's Virunga Mountains. (R)
6/6 Paul Murton journeys from St Andrews across the Firth of Forth, and ends up in Edinburgh.
2/11 TV's very worst gaffes and continuity errors. With cuttings from Doctor Who and Friends. (R)
1/8 Nick Hewer begins his quest to save small farms with a 90-acre farm near Greyabbey. (R)
2/6 Series looking at sites that have a sense of power and mystery about them. (R)
6/6 A look back at some of the stories featured in the Highland press in the year 1942. (R)
3/3 How the Tudor queens Jane, Mary and Elizabeth struggled with a crown made for a male head. (R)
1/7 Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May head to Italy for a supercar shootout. (R)
5/8 Finlay MacLeod in conversation with Roy MacIver. (R)
Lord David Lipsey on his memoirs, In the Corridors of Power.
1/3 A daring mission deep into enemy territory is captured on camera by soldiers. (R)
Speech by Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, from Thursday 30 August.
Speech by Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama from Thursday 6 September.
2/3 C Company, 2nd Battalion the Mercian Regiment enter a dangerous area of Helmand. (R)
Speech by newly-elected leader of the Green Party, Natalie Bennett, from 7 September.
Film about a Manhattan attorney who orchestrated a fraud that netted over $750 million. (R)
3/3 How a Welsh Guards platoon fell into a deadly ambush just yards from their patrol base. (R)
Labour Leader Ed Miliband making a speech on the economy at the London Stock Exchange.
Chancellor George Osborne making a speech at CBI Scotland's annual conference in Glasgow.
4/8 Peter and Dan Snow examine the forgotten war of the 20th century: the battle for Korea. (R)
Sunday 9 September 2012