Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn with live coverage of the Conservative Party conference.
James Landale presents highlights of the Conservative Party conference in Birmingham.
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
3/6 Gareth Malone travels to Manchester Airport to create his third choir. (R)
9/12 Hayley hands over control to fiance Ian - a man with a crazy underwater plan. (R)
Recorded coverage of proceedings in the House of Lords on Tuesday 9 October.
4/8 The people unable to get mortgages and loans because of mistakes on their credit files. (R)
BBC One except Scotland, Wales
15/38 A centre opens to help make the legal system more accessible for deaf people. (R)
BBC One Wales only
Tom Holland explores how our ancestors sought to explain the remains of dinosaurs. (R)
An experiment sending pensioners back into full time work in Preston. (R)
2/3 Five British creationists are taken on a road trip to the US by comedian Andrew Maxwell. (R)
21/30 The remaining celebrities must cook the judges a single show-stopping dish. (R)
The latest business news, with reports from Singapore, Frankfurt, London and New York.
BBC News Channel
Recorded coverage of proceedings on 9 October at the Conservative Party conference.
8/30 The team searches for an injured pilot, trapped in the wreckage of his crashed glider.
47/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Manchester, Kent and Devon.
James Landale reviews events at the Conservative conference on Tuesday 9 October.
15/26 Euan is at the Scottish Smallholders Festival and Sarah learns about Shetland wool. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
Live coverage including the speech to the party by Conservative leader David Cameron.
18/20 Joe Crowley meets an engaged couple hoping to buy an empty property in south London.
Live coverage of David Cameron's speech to the Conservative Party conference.
16/74 Gloria Hunniford and John Cameron are in Surrey to meet publican Jane Eyles. (R)
20/32 Paul Laidlaw and Charles Hanson help the teams at the Edinburgh Fair.
Highlights from the Conservative Party conference in Birmingham.
17/38 A report on the foundation of a new charity for the deaf by the Osmonds.
64/90 Rani Price and Ed Hall look for a home for a couple in Beaconsfield. (R)
6/20 Mechanic Dave Hughes and his young family from Liverpool spend a trial week in Darwin. (R)
3/10 Paul Martin meets Ann-Magreth Bohl, sculptor-in-residence at the Rococo Gardens.
8/30 James Braxton and Charles Hanson are battling it out along the Dorset and Devon coast.
20/31 In the Breton province of Finistere, Neil Oliver meets a lighthouse keeper.
5/11 Darryl Grimason discovers a remarkable rock pool in Strangford Lough. (R)
A party political broadcast by the Welsh Conservative Party.
BBC Two Wales only
Recorded coverage of proceedings at the Conservative Party conference on 10 October.
5/6 How the mining of Welsh steam coal made the country's reputation. (R)
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Graham Norton and Kirstie Allsopp.
5/6 A toirt sùil air am buaidh a th'aig a mhuir air dha saor-eathraichean. (R)
6/6 Eilidh MacLeod explores the breadth and richness of the Gaelic language. (R)
21/25 Michael visits the hometown of Robbie Burns and finds out how to make haggis. (R)
Committee session on the government's plans for the Universal Credit, Monday 17 September.
8/8 Peter and Dan Snow go to Kuwait to tell the story of Operation Desert Storm. (R)
1/10 Michel Roux Jr promotes strawberries and James Martin campaigns for a watercress revival.
5/8 The mobile phone owners hit with huge bills after their handsets were stolen.
12/13 Robert Webb with more continuity foul-ups and amazing mistakes from recent movie hits. (R)
1/3 Exploring the work of Scotland's police dogs. (R)
A' ceannach agus a' reic fuilt air feadh an t-saoghail. About the global trade in hair.
Lars Tharp visits China to explore why its porcelain vases are so famous and expensive. (R)
2/3 The programme follows three people as they attempt to make a living from waste.
8/10 Actress Celia Imrie uncovers tales ranging from political intrigue to impotence.
6/6 Scotland's hidden history. This episode looks at the undersea world. (R)
4/10 How iconic British marques like Jaguar and MG helped to democratise speed and glamour. (R)
13/32 Tom Dyckhoff presents the six buildings shortlisted for 2012's Stirling Prize.
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
2/6 Land struggles in Scotland and Ireland, and the Easter Rising. (R)
Recorded coverage of Lords Questions on Monday 8 October.
1/2 Evan Davis examines a vast tunnel-boring machine carving a new railway deep under London.
3/10 Stephen Nolan probes the issues that matter with lively debate and interesting guests.
BBC One Northern Ireland only
2/2 A profile of comedian Elis James as he prepares new material for the Edinburgh Festival.
4/8 A look at humans who live in the depths of the rainforest, a perilous environment. (R)
Recorded coverage of Lords Questions on Tuesday 9 October.
3/40 Cathy MacDonald joins Carol McGiffin, presenter of the magazine show Loose Women. (R)
Recorded coverage of Lords Questions on Wednesday 10 October.
The remaining pensioners face competition from genuine young job seekers. (R)
How a former beauty queen's devotion to the man of her dreams became a tabloid sensation. (R)
3/3 Will the Loch Lomond Park Authority give permission for Scotland's first goldmine? (R)
1/3 Dan Snow discovers how today's London was forged in the filth of the 14th century. (R)
16/38 Features the tenth anniversary celebrations of deaf charity Becoming Visible. (R)
BBC One except Northern Ireland, Wales
1/8 Local celebrities explore Northern Ireland's natural world. (R)
1/2 Hilary Devey wants to find out why so few women make it to the top in business. (R)
Recorded coverage of House of Lords on Wednesday 10 October.
1/6 The story of Samantha, who wants to take the family to her brother's passing-out parade. (R)
22/30 The remaining six celebrity cooks prepare lunch on board a cross-channel ferry. (R)
23/30 The six remaining celebrity cooks must create a dish inspired by someone close to them. (R)
Neil Oliver explores the world of the Vikings, based on his BBC Two series.
Thursday 11 October 2012