Coverage of Labour Party leader Ed Miliband's party conference speech in Manchester.
2/6 Gareth Malone heads west to the Royal Mail in Bristol to create the second choir. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
7/11 Darryl Grimason dives into Lough Erne in search of aquatic adventure. (R)
BBC One Northern Ireland only
In Lochaber, Matt Baker goes on the greatest railway journey in the world.
8/12 Space-geek Anthony tries to give his fashionista fiancée Holly the wedding of her dreams. (R)
9/15 The fake firefighter crying wolf to relieve shopkeepers of their cash - at gunpoint.
BBC One Wales only
5/6 Richard operates a bulldozer, a compactor and a scraper at a landfill site in Denver. (R)
3/8 Why you could be landed with a bill for thousands of pounds if your phone is stolen. (R)
BBC One except Scotland
Recorded coverage of proceedings at the Labour Party conference in Manchester.
3/3 How marriage has survived, and for many got stronger, in the modern era. (R)
3/3 Dan Snow reveals how the dramatic surrender of the German U-boat fleet came about. (R)
1/3 Four conspiracy believers go from Leeds to London to recreate the 7/7 bombers' journey. (R)
Highlights of proceedings at the Labour Party conference in Manchester, from 2 October.
17/20 Do online comparison sites really offer the best deals? (R)
The latest business news, with reports from Singapore, Frankfurt, London and New York.
BBC News Channel
James Landale reviews events at the Labour Party conference in Manchester on 2 October.
Live coverage of proceedings at the Labour Party conference in Manchester.
3/30 A cyclist is catapulted 20 feet into a river, and a passing van driver becomes a hero.
44/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Cornwall, Kent and County Durham.
13/20 Joe meets a couple who have bought a rural building in the heart of the Welsh countryside.
14/26 Dougie looks at the impact of the wet summer on this year's harvest. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
11/74 Linda MacLeod calls in Lorne Spicer and Jonty Hearnden to help search for collectibles. (R)
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn with live coverage of the Labour party conference.
17/32 Tim Wonnacott keeps an eye on the teams as they hunt for bargains in Topsham.
16/38 Features the tenth anniversary celebrations of deaf charity Becoming Visible.
76/90 Simon O'Brien and Jonny Benar help a couple with opposing views on their new home. (R)
10/12 A Wild Walk on Birnam Hill.
3/12 A Wild Walk on Bynack Mor. (R)
Coverage of some of the day's debates in the Scottish Parliament.
2/20 The Horn family from Herne Bay spend a week experiencing what Adelaide has to offer. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
18/20 A man must be rescued when he falls down into the hold of a container ship. (R)
19/25 Expert Philip Serrell discovers a ship's brass plaque found off the coast of Torbay. (R)
71/75 Paul Martin and the team of valuers are in St Petroc's Church in Bodmin.
71/75 Paul Martin and the team of valuers are in St Petroc's Church in Bodmin. (R)
3/30 The experts find some surprising items as they travel from Bridlington to Sheffield.
1/8 A circular tour of the Irish Sea visiting every country of the British Isles. (R)
BBC Radio Ulster presenter Ralph McLean speaks openly about his lifelong love of music. (R)
A party political broadcast by the Welsh Labour Party.
BBC Two Wales only
A party political broadcast by the Scottish Labour Party.
8/10 Jules Hudson discovers how a nation of knitters kept our troops in the fight.
2/6 Recounting the building of a great frontier and Owain Glyndwr's struggle for independence. (R)
With guests Andrew Lloyd Webber and the Electric Light Orchestra's Jeff Lynne.
6/7 Jeremy, Richard and James hit Donington in three stripped-out track cars. (R)
19/25 Michael discovers how the Victorians initiated the building of the Channel tunnel. (R)
3/3 A house which survived an attack by Oliver Cromwell is threatened by structural problems.
4/8 The people unable to get mortgages and loans because of mistakes on their credit files.
7/12 Jake Humphrey presents a debate about immigration from Reading.
From Wednesday 3 October. Including the question and answer session with Ed Miliband.
1/3 Following two people as they try to carve out homes in Kolkata and Mumbai.
Herbert Nitsch tries to break free diving records. (R)
12/32 Mark Kermode reviews Untouchable. Plus, Tim Samuels has the Man Booker Prize odds.
Exploring the politics of parading following a summer of tension over Loyal Order marches.
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
Recorded coverage of the Transport Committee's session on the West Coast Mainline.
5/6 Archive series about Scotland's hidden history. This programme looks at ghosts. (R)
1/6 A history of Celtic radicalism. (R)
3/3 Stephanie Flanders examines at the revolutionary and influential ideas of Karl Marx. (R)
2/10 Stephen Nolan probes the issues that matter with lively debate and interesting guests.
1/2 A profile of Wynne Evans, described as one of the best tenors of his generation.
3/8 Human Planet tells remarkable stories of people who make their homes in the Arctic. (R)
12/32 Mark Kermode reviews Untouchable. Plus, Tim Samuels has the Man Booker Prize odds. (R)
James Landale presents highlights of the Labour Party's annual conference in Manchester.
1/4 Former 'River City'actor Tony Kearney joins a buliding firm on the Isle of Lewis. (R)
Questions to deputy first minister Martin McGuinness, from Tuesday 2 October.
Documentary about the murder of an Iranian football star's wife by his mistress. (R)
2/3 A look at a campaign to stop motorists overusing the Peak District villages' green lanes. (R)
15/38 A centre opens to help make the legal system more accessible for deaf people. (R)
BBC One except Northern Ireland, Wales
1/7 Reclaiming unused land for farming is the first role on the 'frontline of freedom'. (R)
7/12 Jake Humphrey presents a debate about immigration from Reading. (R)
18/20 Gloria Hunniford, Angela Rippon and Julia Somerville expose rip-offs and raw deals. (R)
17/30 The contestants are paired into teams and assigned a mass-catering challenge. (R)
18/30 It's elimination day as one celebrity will be cooking their final dishes. (R)
Thursday 4 October 2012