Jo Coburn talks to the SNP's Derek Mackay about the Scottish Independence Referendum.
3/8 The team tackle the conditions in late 1940, when British cities were heavily bombed. (R)
BBC One except Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales
Portrait of the Irish writer Edna O'Brien which explores both her work and her lifestyle. (R)
3/3 Comedian Andrew Maxwell takes five British UFO believers on a road trip to the US. (R)
16/38 Features the tenth anniversary celebrations of deaf charity Becoming Visible. (R)
BBC One Wales only
Recorded coverage of proceedings in the House of Lords on Monday 15 October.
1/3 Using a rich mix of archive material, a colourful portrait of London's West End. (R)
2/3 Stephanie Flanders looks at the radical free-market economist Friedrich Hayek. (R)
9/12 Hayley hands over control to fiance Ian - a man with a crazy underwater plan. (R)
David Reynolds asks why Britain spent much of the war fighting in north Africa and Italy. (R)
1/6 Lorraine Pascale creates food that is perfect for when friends turn up out of the blue. (R)
26/30 The final week of competition begins with a visit to the set of BBC drama New Tricks. (R)
27/30 Pastry chef Claire Clark gives the finalists a master class in the art of patisserie. (R)
Dr George McGavin and a team of young science detectives investigate rot and decay. (R)
The latest business news, with reports from Singapore, Frankfurt, London and New York.
BBC News Channel
Recorded coverage of questions in the Northern Ireland Assembly from Monday 15 October.
The statement by the Leader of the House on terms for a Scottish independence referendum.
Highlights of proceedings in Parliament on Monday 15 October presented by Alicia McCarthy.
12/30 Paramedics battle to save the life of a man who has collapsed in the local gym.
Recorded coverage of Lords Questions on Monday 15 October.
54/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Cornwall, Margate and Telford. (R)
Live coverage of the Lords Public Services and Demographic Change select committee.
2/10 A fraudster trying to cheat his way to £2.35 million is caught red-handed.
22/74 Marion Hankey enlists Gloria Hunniford to help raise funds for a new kitchen. (R)
Live coverage of questions in the House of Commons to deputy prime minister Nick Clegg.
Jo Coburn is joined by Joan Bakewell for all the latest political news.
3/32 The teams hunt for bargains in Lewes, with Thomas Plant and Catherine Southon. (R)
Coverage of the day's proceedings in the House of Commons.
6/20 Rod Titian has his hands full fixing a badly damaged Victorian balloon back chair. (R)
BBC Two except Wales
79/90 Rani Price and Ed Hall help a couple find a house with balance and harmony at its heart. (R)
BBC Two Wales only
Including First Minister's Questions.
Jonnie Irwin is in Somerset helping a couple of expats with a budget of 500,000 pounds. (R)
14/20 A horticulturalist, tired of the UK weather, wants to move to Darwin with his family. (R)
7/10 Paul Martin visits Newlyn, Cornwall, celebrating its handmade tradition of metal working.
2/10 John Sergeant drops in on the new owners of Charles Dickens's favourite holiday home. (R)
12/30 Anita Manning and Philip Serrell head for an auction in County Durham. (R)
12/30 Anita Manning and Philip Serrell head for an auction in County Durham.
2/8 The Bikers visit three mums to share their unique taste of home. (R)
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Art Garfunkel.
BBC Two except Scotland
3/6 The Bafta-winning Coast ventures out to the man-made shoreline of the Netherlands. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
21/26 The nature and wildlife of Britain and Ireland. Looking at the Northern Heights. (R)
23/25 Michael Portillo discovers how trains spread the word about Oban whisky. (R)
Live coverage of the day's proceedings in the House of Lords.
1/2 Stornoway's famous black pudding, summer fruit and Greek food. Iain Macinnes presents. (R)
3/3 The story of the formidable Hittites and the rediscovery of their capital, Hattusha. (R)
10/14 The bakers create pithiviers, fondant fancies and chiffon sponges in their final tests.
1/2 Jim Al-Khalili investigates a strange set of laws to find out what exactly is energy.
3/3 Ian Hislop takes a look at the ups and downs of the stiff upper lip since World War I.
10/12 Will Scouse lad Terry plan a traditional Irish wedding for his bride-to-be Melissa?
What is the future of Gaelic music when little original material is being written? (R)
1/6 The parents and teenagers of three families confront their troubled relationships. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
In a touching portrait, imagine... charts Freddie Mercury's solo projects and interests.
BBC One except Northern Ireland, Wales
Looking at Tony Quinn and his company's influence and involvement in a Belize oil company.
BBC One Northern Ireland only
A look at the damning report about how a local council handled a neighbours' dispute.
Performance artist Marina Abramovic prepares for a retrospective at MoMA in New York.
Highlights of the day in Parliament on Tuesday 16 October, presented by Keith Macdougall.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Wales only
4/6 Gareth Malone visits Severn Trent Water to create his final choir. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
Mark Carruthers looks at the day's events at the Assembly and Northern Ireland Executive.
1/3 A London binman spends ten days working in Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia. (R)
Questions in the Welsh Assembly to first minister Carwyn Jones from Tuesday 16 October.
The story of the construction of the much-loved blue whale at the Natural History Museum. (R)
Julia Bradbury and John Craven explore the Usk Valley, known as the gateway to Wales.
10/12 Will Scouse lad Terry plan a traditional Irish wedding for his bride-to-be Melissa? (R)
Recorded coverage of proceedings in the House of Lords on Tuesday 16 October.
5/8 The mobile phone owners hit with huge bills after their handsets were stolen. (R)
BBC One except Wales
The remaining pensioners face competition from genuine young job seekers. (R)
1/2 Jim Al-Khalili investigates a strange set of laws to find out what exactly is energy. (R)
28/30 The three finalists must prepare a fine dining three-course dinner at Bletchley Park. (R)
Wednesday 17 October 2012