A Scottish Government-led debate on Agricultural Policy, from Thursday 27 September.
3/3 A portrait of the beauty and surprising wildlife of Scotland's Cairngorms National Park. (R)
BBC One except Scotland
3/3 A look at Britain's fascination with mass passenger transport through the 20th century. (R)
Matthew Stadlen goes behind the scenes at Edinburgh Zoo. (R)
BBC News Channel
3/3 The six young people with Tourette Syndrome walk out on stage to face their audience. (R)
Questions in the Welsh Assembly to first minister Carwyn Jones from Tuesday 25 September.
Recorded coverage of a debate on the debate on Housing Benefit, from Monday 24 September.
Questions to first minister to Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon from 20 September.
Recorded coverage of questions in the Northern Ireland Assembly on Monday 24 September.
The latest business news, with reports from Singapore, Frankfurt, London and New York.
Recorded coverage of political and parliamentary highlights.
Carolyn Quinn discovers how Dickens was inspired by his time as a Westminster journalist.
1/30 Passers-by fight to save a cyclist in cardiac arrest, using a TV advert as their guide.
Including a session on Britain in the World, with Jim Murphy and Douglas Alexander.
43/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Devon, Kent and Stoke.
11/20 Joe meets a woman who is wary of taking on the work of renovating an empty house.
Political debate including coverage of Ed Balls' speech at the Labour Party Conference.
9/74 Nadine Hazel wants to raise money for two very different building projects. (R)
16/32 Tim Wonnacott visits the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery in Stoke-on-Trent.
8/10 Anne Robinson is joined by fashion editor Alexandra Shulman and actor Keith Allen. (R)
72/90 Jonny Benarr and Simon O'Brien help eco-warrior buyers. (R)
Live coverage, including a session on jobs and living standards.
1/20 Helen and Tim Booth and their two children spend a week in Brisbane. (R)
17/20 The team help a teenage boy who has suffered flash burns to his body. (R)
2/75 Paul Martin and experts Philip Serrell and David Barby descend on rural Wiltshire. (R)
1/30 David Barby and Margie Cooper travel from Northumberland to Lincolnshire in a classic car. (R)
1/30 David Barby and Margie Cooper travel from Northumberland to Lincolnshire in a classic car.
6/10 In the Home Counties, Jules Hudson looks at the organisation known as Churchill's Toyshop.
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by domestic goddess Nigella Lawson.
7/12 Eccentric big kid Chris plans to make a bold statement with his wedding plans. (R)
4/6 A' toirt sealladh air buaidh na mara air iasgairean. (R)
3/6 Eilidh MacLeod explores the richness and diversity of the Gaelic language. (R)
2/3 A look at a campaign to stop motorists overusing the Peak District villages' green lanes. (R)
9/15 The fake firefighter crying wolf to relieve shopkeepers of their cash - at gunpoint.
BBC One except North West, Wales
Stuart Maconie celebrates the 50th anniversary of the release of the Beatles' Love Me Do.
BBC One North West only
7/8 At Bryngwyn Hall, Lady Linlithgow ends the summer season with a bang.
BBC One Wales only
2/6 Easter brings good weather and a new air of optimism to Barra. (R)
5/6 Cherry investigates why people work and play so hard in a world that never switches off. (R)
7/8 David Buckland as he makes his weekly visit to Barra and Graham examines a lame horse. (R)
2/6 Dishes include Italian roast chicken, served with a saffron orzotto, and coffee ice cream.
What was everyone else in the country doing on the day of the royal wedding in April 2011?
2/10 The transformation of the hospital from Victorian workhouse to modern centre of medicine.
3/3 Stephanie Flanders examines at the revolutionary and influential ideas of Karl Marx.
1/3 Four conspiracy believers go from Leeds to London to recreate the 7/7 bombers' journey.
BBC Two except Scotland
1/4 Former 'River City'actor Tony Kearney joins a buliding firm on the Isle of Lewis.
Tom Fort whisks us through the landscape around the A303 road and 5,000 years of history. (R)
2/6 On the second stage of their journey, Antaine and Cormac paddle from Camus to Portglenone. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
Alan Davies attempts to answer the proverbial question: how long is a piece of string?
2/4 The Welsh stand-up comedian tries his hand as a butler to a lord for the day. (R)
5/8 Nick Hewer visits Tullyveery House, where he helps the owner diversify his business.
BBC One Northern Ireland only
6/8 A look at those who made visual art from the crags and vistas of their internal world. (R)
James Landale presents highlights of the Labour party's annual conference in Manchester.
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
Mark Carruthers looks at the day's events at the Assembly and Northern Ireland Executive.
2/3 The duchess prepares for the Chatsworth International Horse Trials. (R)
Recorded coverage of questions in the Northern Ireland Assembly from Monday 1 October.
5/6 Sergeant Peter Swann has to close the lock-up when an alcoholic has an epileptic fit. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
BBC One Scotland only
1/3 Four conspiracy believers go from Leeds to London to recreate the 7/7 bombers' journey. (R)
5/6 Richard operates a bulldozer, a compactor and a scraper at a landfill site in Denver.
2/10 The transformation of the hospital from Victorian workhouse to modern centre of medicine. (R)
1/2 Anita Rani and Justin Rowlatt explore China - the rich cities and the rural hinterland. (R)
16/20 A look at the rising cost of parking at train stations. (R)
16/30 Zoe Salmon, Cheryl Baker, Danny Mills and Richard McCourt begin a week of challenges. (R)
Tuesday 2 October 2012