Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn with guests Grant Shapps and Steve Webb.
5/6 James May gives a nuts and bolts explanation of the fascinating science of engineering. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
4/6 Nick Crane tells the astonishing tale of the Great Storm of 1703.
Looking at how asteroids are responsible for both life and death on our planet. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
Recorded coverage of the Home Affairs select committee, from Tuesday 18 September.
Matt and Ellie discover the ancient woodlands and industrial heritage of Nottinghamshire. (R)
BBC One except Northern Ireland, Wales
3/8 Local celebrities explore Northern Ireland's natural world. (R)
BBC One Northern Ireland only
Documentary about the Antikythera Mechanism, an early computer found in a shipwreck. (R)
6/12 Will Martyn ignore Terri's diva ways and throw the ultimate rock wedding? (R)
9/20 How an error has made it almost impossible for one couple to sell their home. (R)
Questions to first minister to Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon from 20 September.
9/30 The celebrities take on fine Indian cuisine and must carefully spice and balance flavours. (R)
The latest business news, with reports from Singapore, Frankfurt, London and New York.
BBC News Channel
Questions to the defence secretary, Philip Hammond, from Tuesday 18 September.
Coverage of the debate on the Mental Health (Discrimination) Bill, Friday 14 September.
Committee session on the government's plans for the Universal Credit, Monday 17 September.
15/20 The couple who were bitterly disappointed by a luxury holiday experience.
39/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Redcar, Deal and Melksham.
5/20 Joe meets a retired couple who have bought a crumbling cottage on the island of Anglesey.
3/74 Margaret and Roger Payne hope to raise £600 for Margaret's laser eye surgery. (R)
Recorded coverage of questions to the rural affairs minister, from Wednesday 19 September.
Coverage of the UKIP leader Nigel Farage's speech to the UKIP party conference.
Jo Coburn is joined by care minister Norman Lamb and UKIP leader Nigel Farage.
12/32 The teams head to Staffordshire's County Showground, and Tim visits Bath.
2/10 Anne Robinson is joined by actress Natascha McElhone and presenter Chris Hollins. (R)
Recorded coverage of the Foreign Affairs select committee, from Tuesday 18 September.
49/90 Living space is high on the agenda for Simon O'Brien and Jonny Benarr in North Cheltenham. (R)
15/20 One half of married couple Tosh and Louise Afanasiev dreams of returning to Oz. (R)
Public Accounts select committee session on the financial resilience of NHS Trusts.
8/20 A family holiday ends in a serious road accident, but the helicopter is grounded by fog. (R)
9/60 Michael Baggott and Will Axon carry out valuations on the decks of HMS Warrior.
51/75 Jonnie Irwin helps a couple who have lived in London nearly all their lives.
14/30 James Lewis and Curtis Dowling search for profitable antiques at Taplow car boot sale. (R)
Recorded coverage of questions in the Scottish Parliament, from Wednesday 19 September.
6/6 Paul charts a route up the east coast from Carnoustie to Aberdeen.
Coverage of questions to mayor Boris Johnson, from Wednesday 19 September.
30/30 The celebrities cook a final three-course meal for judges John Torode and Gregg Wallace.
A party political broadcast by the Ulster Unionist Party ahead of their annual conference.
1/4 How victory over the Armada turned an impoverished England into a seafaring nation.
Chris and Lucy Siegle are joined by actor, comedian and writer David Walliams.
BBC One HD, London, North East & Cumbria only
13/13 The cinematic blunders and gaffes that the film studios hoped they had got away with. (R)
10/29 Fiona Bruce and the team pay a return visit to the gardens of Tatton Park in Cheshire. (R)
4/15 Philip Serrell and Jonathan Pratt continue their antique trail in Corbridge. (R)
BBC Two England, Northern Ireland only
4/6 Lavinia is the victim of a burglary. Catherine discovers her designer watches are fakes.
4/8 Hardy campers at the Three Cliffs Bay campsite battle a mini monsoon.
BBC One Wales only
24/31 A special programme from the Royal Horticultural Society's Wisley and Harlow Carr gardens.
3/6 Paul Murton crosses the country from coast to coast and travels through Glen Affric.
BBC One Scotland only
BBC Two except Wales
4/4 Alan Yentob examines the extraordinary story of pop icon Sir Tom Jones. (R)
Neil Oliver is in the Channel Islands and kayaks over to Les Echrehous. (R)
BBC Two Wales only
A chance to see the action from The Edinburgh Military Tattoo 2012. (R)
Committee session on the creation and sale of Northern Rock plc, from Monday 17 September.
11/11 Robert Webb uncovers the clangers and gaffes in Hollywood's biggest blockbusters.
2/2 Anita Rani and Justin Rowlatt head for their final destination, the mega-city of Shanghai. (R)
1/8 Cannibals, castles and plenty crack in Ayrshire with Derek Pluto Murray and Emma Macinnes. (R)
1/6 Gareth Malone visits Lewisham Healthcare NHS Trust to set up the first choir. (R)
Recorded coverage of the introduction of a Ten Minute Rule Bill, from Tuesday 18 September
A look at the creation of Peter Gabriel's massive-selling 1986 album, So. (R)
The families of the men who died at the Gleision coal mine speak about the tragedy.
Reports from the Amazon rainforest on what locals make of their first mobile data network.
5/8 In Vienna, Si and Dave unravel the mystery of the two competing sachertorte recipes. (R)
10/20 Angela Rippon, Gloria Hunniford and Julia Somerville investigate consumer complaints. (R)
10/30 The battle for a place in the final eight reaches its climax. (R)
Reports from the Amazon rainforest on what locals make of their first mobile data network. (R)
1/10 Evan Davis and guests consider whether talk of the decline of Europe is exaggerated. (R)
Saturday 22 September 2012