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)
Live coverage of David Cameron's speech to the Conservative Party conference.
How a former beauty queen's devotion to the man of her dreams became a tabloid sensation. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
16/38 Features the tenth anniversary celebrations of deaf charity Becoming Visible. (R)
BBC One except Northern Ireland, Wales
8/8 Peter and Dan Snow go to Kuwait to tell the story of Operation Desert Storm. (R)
1/8 Local celebrities explore Northern Ireland's natural world. (R)
BBC One Northern Ireland only
1/2 Hilary Devey wants to find out why so few women make it to the top in business. (R)
Lars Tharp visits China to explore why its porcelain vases are so famous and expensive. (R)
2/3 Five British creationists are taken on a road trip to the US by comedian Andrew Maxwell. (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)
9/12 Hayley hands over control to fiance Ian - a man with a crazy underwater plan. (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.
The latest business news, with reports from Singapore, Frankfurt, London and New York.
BBC News Channel
Highlights from the Conservative Party conference in Birmingham.
9/30 The team rescues a biker with severe injuries, and doctors begin to rebuild his face.
BBC One except Oxfordshire
51/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Derby, Kent and Devon. (R)
James Landale reviews events at the Conservative conference on Wednesday 10 October.
19/20 Joe Crowley visits an empty commercial unit that could be converted into an amazing home.
Live coverage of the day's proceedings in the House of Lords.
17/74 Lorne Spicer and James Rylands help Annette Shaw from Kent. (R)
Including an interview with new housing minister Mark Prisk.
10/32 Tim Wonnacott explores the Oriental delights of the Prince Regent's Brighton Pavilion. (R)
3/20 Pottery fanatic Roger Hawkins loses his heart to a 300-year-old Bellamine jug. (R)
67/90 Ed Hall and Rani Price look for a property in south west London. (R)
7/20 The McDermotts must decide whether or not to open their dream café in Adelaide. (R)
4/10 Paul Martin meets a silversmith at the top of his game.
9/30 James Braxton and Charles Hanson head for Cornwall on the fourth day of their road trip.
6/6 Reviewing how the people of Wales made their mark on politics and sport after WWII. (R)
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Jo Brand who stars in a new series of Getting On.
4/11 Brit teenagers Anastasia and Eden travel to Florida to spend a week with the Armstrongs. (R)
In the Faroe Islands, Neil Oliver finds out about 'Operation Valentine'. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
BBC Two except Scotland
20/26 The nature and wildlife of Britain and Ireland, with a look at the magic of limestone. (R)
6/6 Eilidh MacLeod explores the breadth and richness of the Gaelic language. (R)
Sir Patrick Moore selects celestial objects to observe in the winter night sky.
26/26 The team celebrate Lesley Watson's 16 years with the programme as she prepares to leave.
James Landale reviews events at the Conservative conference on Monday 8 October.
A journey into the dizzying world of cosmic bounces, rips and multiple universes. (R)
6/8 The team must cope with the challenges which followed the 1943 slump in food imports.
James Landale reviews events at the Conservative conference on Tuesday 9 October.
10/21 Calum Campbell and Angus MacDiarmaid cook for Donald Manford. (R)
The life of controversial theologian Dr Donald Macleod. (R)
16/18 Documentary telling the story of an extraordinary feat of courage.
4/6 Gareth Malone visits Severn Trent Water to create his final choir.
Conservative leader David Cameron's speech to his party's conference, from 10 October.
4/8 Emma and Pluto visit Cardiff to see some of the city's highlights.
Recorded coverage of questions in the Northern Ireland Assembly from Monday 8 October.
6/13 The cinematic blunders and gaffes that the film studios hoped they had got away with. (R)
2/6 A look at the degree of voluntary support ordinary Germans gave the infamous Gestapo. (R)
A' ceannach agus a' reic fuilt air feadh an t-saoghail. About the global trade in hair. (R)
Questions in the Welsh Assembly to first minister Carwyn Jones from Tuesday 9 October.
With Grant Shapps, Caroline Flint, Simon Hughes, Benjamin Zephaniah and Cristina Odone.
BBC One except Northern Ireland
Mark Carruthers review the week's political events from Stormont and Westminster.
Lyse Doucet asks if the social media revolution spells the end for broadcast news.
BBC Two except Wales
4/6 The weather is taking its toll on the bike trails as the year comes to an end. (R)
2/3 The programme follows three people as they attempt to make a living from waste. (R)
Recorded coverage of Lords Questions on Thursday 11 October.
With Alan Johnson plus comedian Ava Vidal, Mary Ann Sieghart and actor Jason Biggs.
BBC Two Wales only
2/3 How the Victorians made the stiff upper lip a genuinely national characteristic. (R)
The team visit England's most northerly county, Northumberland. (R)
Recorded coverage of proceedings on Sunday 7 October at the Conservative Party conference.
6/6 Richard gets to grips with the big cranes that are used in salvage yards in Louisiana.
13/32 Tom Dyckhoff presents the six buildings shortlisted for 2012's Stirling Prize. (R)
BBC Two England, Scotland only
16/38 Features the tenth anniversary celebrations of deaf charity Becoming Visible.
2/3 Revealing some of the many ways that different faiths say their final goodbyes. (R)
24/30 The four remaining chefs each cook a lunchtime service in a top London restaurant. (R)
25/30 The contestants cook a three-course meal for three tough food critics. (R)
Friday 12 October 2012