Jo Coburn, Baroness Deech and Graham Stuart discuss the GCSE grading scandal.
7/8 An exploration of the profound effect that man is having on the Mediterranean Sea. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
5/12 Mark plans to have his wedding ceremony in the middle of a 20,000-strong music festival. (R)
Highlights of proceedings in Parliament on Tuesday 11 September, with Alicia McCarthy.
2/3 Woolwich ferryman Colin Window travels to Dhaka, Bangladesh to train as a sampan operator. (R)
BBC One except Scotland
1/3 A look at games enthusiasts, D-I-Y obsessives and people who collect street furniture. (R)
Questions to chancellor of the exchequer George Osborne, from Tuesday 11 September.
Film exploring the time in the 60s and 70s when Grand Prix was out of control. (R)
6/12 Jake Humphrey hosts a debate which tackles the debt and credit issues facing young people. (R)
2/20 Angela Rippon, Gloria Hunniford and Julia Somerville investigate consumer complaints. (R)
Recorded coverage of political and parliamentary highlights.
Reggie Yates meets Ruth, whose Tourette's forced her to quit university, and Steve. (R)
2/30 The contestants cook for the public for the first time. (R)
3/30 On elimination day, the contestants cook a classic dish and a recipe of their own creation (R)
The latest business news, with reports from Singapore, Frankfurt, London and New York.
BBC News Channel
Recorded coverage of Select Committee proceedings.
8/20 Featuring the villagers who cannot get a decent broadband connection.
Coverage of the Education select committee on the work of the Department for Education.
35/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Cornwall, London and Newcastle.
8/75 Aled Jones heads to Cumbria, to help a young family find a perfect retreat.
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn with live coverage of PMQ's and the latest political news.
Live questions to Scottish secretary Michael Moore and his ministerial team.
35/74 Linda Salter is researching her family tree and would like to raise money for research. (R)
Live coverage of questions in the House of Commons to prime minister David Cameron.
8/32 The antiques contest from Peterborough, with experts Charlie Ross and Thomas Plant.
Proceedings in the House of Commons including the remaining stages of the Defamation Bill.
13/38 See Hear takes a behind-the-scenes look at Etihad Stadium's first BSL signed tour.
45/90 Ed Hall and Jonnie Irwin help a vicar and his wife find the perfect retirement home. (R)
8/12 Scotland's well-known walker Cameron McNeish heads out into the hills. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
9/12 Scotland's well-known walker Cameron McNeish takes a wild walk on Beinn Tianavaig.
Coverage of some of the day's debates in the Scottish Parliament.
10/20 The Phoenixes spend a week in Auckland to find out if relocating could be the answer. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
Coverage of Scottish Questions from Westminster.
3/20 A jockey is thrown from her horse and stops breathing, and a farmer is gored by a bull. (R)
8/60 Paul Martin looks at Liverpool's maritime heritage and its role in the Second World War.
45/75 Jonnie Irwin attempts to find a country home for a family of returning ex-pats. (R)
8/30 The duo battle to turn the most profit on items bought at Newark antiques market. (R)
3/3 The Valley crew tackles dangerous low cloud in a battle to save an injured man on Snowdon. (R)
6/6 Last in series. The teenagers take it easy with a beach barbecue and look back. (R)
23/30 The six remaining celebrity cooks must create a dish inspired by someone close to them.
8/20 Peter Shilton and Peter Schmeichel compete off the pitch in a road trip around Cheshire.
Matt and Alex are joined by Frank Skinner. Plus a treat for a heroic Cheshire postmaster.
4/13 Robert Webb reveals his favourite bits from the hit movies of recent times - the mistakes.
7/20 Pam St Clement and Rudolph Walker seek out antique deals in Sussex, Kent and Essex.
BBC Two Wales only
BBC Two except Wales
1/6 Sal an Mara looks at the lives of those dependent on and influenced by the sea. (R)
2/4 Eilidh MacLeod explores the richness and diversity of the Gaelic language. (R)
15/25 Michael finds out how trains transformed the traditional British sport of fox hunting. (R)
Questions to Scottish secretary Michael Moore and his team, from Wednesday 12 September.
5/8 Peter and Dan Snow trace the Tet Offensive of 1968, the turning point of the Vietnam War. (R)
3/3 Find out if the restorations of Calverton Manor and Big House have been successful.
1/8 A look at the security flaw that allows thieves to drive off with a popular family car.
Recorded coverage of Gordon Brown's lecture at the Festival of Politics, from 24 August.
7/24 Roddy Munro looks back through the Eorpa archive at stories about natural disasters. (R)
The struggle of young African football players. (R)
Film charting Andrew McAuley's attempt to travel from Australia to New Zealand in a kayak.
1/3 A terminally ill mother of two chooses to plan and arrange her own funeral.
5/10 Hugh Dennis learns about his grandfathers' experiences during the First World War.
Jose Manuel Barroso's State of the Union Address to the European Parliament in Strasbourg.
2/6 Series looking at sites that have a sense of power and mystery about them. (R)
How rocketeer Alan Bond and two colleagues built a new spacecraft - Skylon.
4/5 David Sullivan gets hands on with the newspaper group he reacquired.
6/8 Finlay MacLeod in conversation with Archie MacMillan.
1/16 The life story of Titus, a silverback gorilla living in Rwanda's Virunga Mountains. (R)
4/4 In this last episode, Tony takes a tumble as he joins the Cairngorm Mountain Rescue Team. (R)
Highlights of proceedings in Parliament on Wednesday 12 September, with Alicia McCarthy.
Chief Rabbi Lord Sacks meets three leading non-believing scientists.
Coverage of Scottish Questions from Westminster. (R)
Recounting the tragic events of the 1972 'Munich Massacre'. (R)
Questions to prime minister David Cameron from Wednesday 12 September.
BBC One Scotland only
Film charting Andrew McAuley's attempt to travel from Australia to New Zealand in a kayak. (R)
12/38 See Hear returns from its summer break to celebrate International Literacy Day. (R)
4/6 Upgrading the tube is not easy, with both new trains and new signals causing problems. (R)
How rocketeer Alan Bond and two colleagues built a new spacecraft - Skylon. (R)
12/38 See Hear returns from its summer break to celebrate International Literacy Day.
3/20 Angela Rippon, Gloria Hunniford and Julia Somerville investigate consumer complaints. (R)
4/30 The three remaining celebrities are sent to top London restaurant Coq d'Argent. (R)
Thursday 13 September 2012