Highlights of the week's proceedings in Parliament presented by Alicia McCarthy.
5/8 Peter and Dan Snow trace the Tet Offensive of 1968, the turning point of the Vietnam War. (R)
Margaret Beckett delivers a lecture on the Great Offices of State.
Recorded coverage of Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood's speech to the party's conference.
1/8 Film about how humans exploit the sea's riches with great ingenuity and bravery. (R)
TUC general secretary Brendan Barber's speech to the Trades Union Congress in Brighton.
Coverage of Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls' speech to the Trades Union Congress in Brighton.
Does the iPhone 5 live up to the hype? (R)
BBC News Channel
Andrew Neil with the latest news from Europe.
House of Commons proceedings in Westminster Hall from Wednesday 12 September.
With former prime minister Sir John Major and Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.
James Martin takes a look back at some of his favourite moments from Saturday Kitchen.
Questions to prime minister David Cameron from Wednesday 12 September.
5/14 The bakers turn their attention to cooking perfect pies. (R)
Highlights of the week in politics in the USA from C-SPAN.
C-SPAN interviews with leading figures on the American political scene and viewers' calls.
25/32 The antiques contest comes from Peterborough, with experts Nick Hall and David Harper. (R)
BBC One except Scotland
Andrew Neil with the latest news from Europe. (R)
22/25 Pat Williams hopes to raise 700 pounds to help a friend in need. (R)
BBC One Scotland only
Recorded coverage of questions to Finance Minister Sammy Wilson, from Tuesday 11 September
24/25 A couple from Cheshire look for a rural home with a country kitchen and vegetable plot. (R)
38/75 Jules Hudson helps two retired police officers swap their caravan for a rural residence. (R)
Baroness Ashton's report on foreign affairs to the European Parliament, from 11 September.
The Wire actor Dominic West presents an appeal on behalf of The Sick Children's Trust.
Jeremy Vine highlights the main complaints and criticisms of the week's BBC TV output.
2/5 The story of Moja, a five-month-old lion cub living with his single lioness mum.
The Education Committee's session on the grading of GCSE English exams.
Local, national and international news. (R)
1/3 Fiona Bruce and Philip Mould investigate a painting thought by some to be a work by Degas.
1/4 Julia Bradbury walks in the Scottish Highlands and tells the story of Thomas Telford. (R)
1/6 The team starts in London and then explores the curious coast of Belgium.
3/6 Richard Hammond undergoes some gruelling training to be a fireman.
BBC Two except Wales
1/8 A looks at double acts from Laurel and Hardy and Morecambe and Wise to Ant and Dec. (R)
Matt and Ellie discover the ancient woodlands and industrial heritage of Nottinghamshire.
Coverage of the Education Committee's session with Education Secretary Michael Gove.
6/21 Vatersay Boy Andrew Campbell has the pleasure to be spoilt by our two chefs. (R)
2/2 Anita Rani and Justin Rowlatt head for their final destination, the mega-city of Shanghai.
A poignant tale of homecoming to a remote Scottish island 70 years after its evacuation. (R)
Artist and cook Heather Dewar cooks and eats a whole cow. (R)
Archaeologist Cheryl Ward sets out in search of the mythical land of Punt. (R)
Lively debate with Declan Curry and the top entrepreneurs about who's making money. (R)
The Energy and Climate Change Committee session on prices, tariffs and energy markets.
2/2 Hilary Devey travels to Norway to see what we can learn from their businesswomen. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
A chance to see the action from The Edinburgh Military Tattoo 2012. (R)
Judith Moritz reports on a 23-year battle for truth about the UK's worst sporting disaster (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
1/3 A look at games enthusiasts, D-I-Y obsessives and people who collect street furniture. (R)
Documentary following the enduring English folk-rock pioneers Fairport Convention. (R)
Reggie Yates meets Ruth, whose Tourette's forced her to quit university, and Steve. (R)
The last leg of Simon Reeve's journey begins in Sumatra and ends in Australia. (R)
1/3 One year amid the wilderness of Snowdonia, through the eyes of those who live there. (R)
Recorded coverage of questions to Health Minister Edwin Poots, from Tuesday 11 September.
Recorded coverage of House of Commons proceedings in Westminster Hall.
Monday 17 September 2012