Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn with Lord Jones and Kwasi Kwarteng MP.
16/25 Michael Portillo takes a walk through the world's first underwater tunnel at Rotherhithe. (R)
House of Commons proceedings in Westminster Hall from Tuesday 11 September.
6/8 Peter and Dan Snow unravel the complex history of conflict in the Middle East. (R)
13/38 See Hear takes a behind-the-scenes look at Etihad Stadium's first BSL signed tour. (R)
Ed Sheeran, Eliza Doolittle and Aloe Blacc are drafted in to help Reggie. (R)
The Jewish teenager and the soldier who survived the Nazis and married in post-war Berlin. (R)
5/6 The Tube's most unusual employee, a hawk called Toyah, is put to work on pigeon patrol. (R)
House of Commons proceedings in Westminster Hall from Wednesday 12 September.
6/12 Will Martyn ignore Terri's diva ways and throw the ultimate rock wedding? (R)
8/20 Featuring the villagers who cannot get a decent broadband connection. (R)
8/30 A classic recipe and one from the celebrities' own backgrounds to avoid elimination. (R)
The latest business news, with reports from Singapore, Frankfurt, London and New York.
BBC News Channel
Questions in the Northern Ireland Assembly to the First Minister Peter Robinson.
Recorded coverage of political and parliamentary highlights.
House of Commons proceedings in Westminster Hall from Tuesday 18 September.
14/20 Exploring the problems with websites offering bargain deals.
44/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Glasgow, Swindon and Dover. (R)
Recorded coverage of Select Committee proceedings, from Tuesday 18 September.
4/20 Joe meets an artist who has taken on a disused property in Shropshire.
1/74 Amanda Kane wants to fund a trip to New York for her two grown-up children. (R)
Coverage of the day's proceedings in the Scottish Parliament.
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn with guests Grant Shapps and Steve Webb.
BBC Two except Scotland
Live coverage of First Minister's Questions ahead of the Scottish Budget.
BBC Two Scotland only
Live coverage of questions in the Scottish Parliament to first minister Alex Salmond.
7/32 The teams scour the stalls in Edinburgh, with help from Nick Hall and Jeremy Lamond. (R)
Live coverage, including the members' business debate on access to the legal profession.
48/90 Ed Hall and Jonny Benarr travel to Harrogate to help a couple escape the in-laws.
1/10 Pamela Stephenson and Alexander Armstrong discuss their favouite books. (R)
Recorded coverage of the Scottish Labour-led debate on rail, from Wednesday 19 September.
48/90 Ed Hall and Jonny Benarr travel to Harrogate to help a couple escape the in-laws. (R)
Live coverage of the Scottish Budget.
14/20 Saimah Hussain has big doubts about swapping Blackburn for Sydney. (R)
1/10 Pamela Stephenson and Alexander Armstrong discuss their favouite books.
7/20 A lifesaving flight to hospital is threatened by bad weather. (R)
11/60 Paul Martin, Catherine Southon and Mark Stacey visit the National Museum in Cardiff.
Recorded coverage of the Scottish Affairs committee, from Tuesday 18 September.
50/75 Alistair Appleton seeks a country residence in the Cotswolds for a couple of teachers.
13/30 James Lewis and Curtis Dowling must buy at auction and sell face-to-face. (R)
5/6 Paul travels out to Islay in a canoe that is a replica of an original from the 1890s.
29/30 The three finalists cook an exquisite meal for some of the country's most respected chefs.
House of Commons proceedings in Westminster Hall from Monday 17 September.
4/6 Three hopefuls who want to learn the craft of stained glass are put through their paces.
Gordon Ramsay, the art of taking space photos and John Sergeant tries flower arranging.
6/7 Tearaway teens Ritchie and Hannah experience conservative parenting with Turkish teachers. (R)
10/20 Gregg Wallace and John Torode search for antique deals in Hampshire and West Sussex.
BBC Two Wales only
3/15 Mark Hales and Thomas Plant face an auction showdown in Pontrilas. (R)
BBC Two England, Northern Ireland only
17/26 The nature and wildlife of Britain and Ireland. In this episode, Dublin Bay. (R)
4/4 Eilidh MacLeod explores the richness and diversity of the Gaelic language. (R)
23/26 Jim assesses his strawberry experiment and introduces a lesser-known vegetable - kohlrabi.
Looking at how asteroids are responsible for both life and death on our planet. (R)
3/8 The team tackle the conditions in late 1940, when British cities were heavily bombed.
Cathy MacDonald explores the Mearns, using the novel 'Sunset Song' as her guidebook.
The case of Oscar Slater - widely held to be Scotland's biggest miscarriage of justice. (R)
Documentary about the Antikythera Mechanism, an early computer found in a shipwreck. (R)
1/6 Gareth Malone visits Lewisham Healthcare NHS Trust to set up the first choir.
Recorded coverage of the Home Affairs select committee, from Tuesday 18 September.
1/8 Cannibals, castles and plenty crack in Ayrshire with Derek Pluto Murray and Emma Macinnes.
3/3 Alastair Sooke charts the fall of the Roman Empire through some of its artistic treasures. (R)
8/11 Robert Webb uncovers the clangers and gaffes in Hollywood's biggest blockbusters. (R)
In a remote village in Indonesia, the fishermen struggle to maintain their way of life. (R)
Brand shares his battle to stay clean and challenges how our society deals with addiction. (R)
BBC One except Northern Ireland, Wales
A review of the week's political events with Mark Carruthers and guests.
BBC One Northern Ireland only
A party political broadcast by the Ulster Unionist Party ahead of their annual conference.
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
4/8 Local celebrities explore Northern Ireland's natural world. (R)
1/6 A year with the workers and users of the largest park in the Western Isles. (R)
2/3 Revealing some of the many ways that different faiths say their final goodbyes.
A look at Paisley-born Alexander Gardner whose series of war photos shocked 1860s America. (R)
Questions to first minister to Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon from 20 September.
BBC One Wales only
5/6 James May gives a nuts and bolts explanation of the fascinating science of engineering. (R)
BBC Two England, Wales only
4/6 Nick Crane tells the astonishing tale of the Great Storm of 1703.
Matt and Ellie discover the ancient woodlands and industrial heritage of Nottinghamshire. (R)
3/8 Local celebrities explore Northern Ireland's natural world. (R)
9/20 How an error has made it almost impossible for one couple to sell their home. (R)
9/30 The celebrities take on fine Indian cuisine and must carefully spice and balance flavours. (R)
Friday 21 September 2012