Including the US elections and an interview with First Minister of Scotland Alex Salmond.
17/38 A report on the foundation of a new charity for the deaf by the Osmonds. (R)
BBC One Northern Ireland only
In a special edition of Countryfile, Matt Baker and Julia Bradbury explore Hampshire. (R)
Recorded coverage of business in the House of Lords on Friday 19 October.
Kinks guitarist Dave Davies relives his tumultuous life. (R)
Guide to the latest gadgets, websites, games and computer industry news.
BBC News Channel
Weekly programme looking back at the week in Westminster with Keith Macdougall. (R)
David Dimbleby chairs Question Time from Easterhouse in Glasgow. (R)
5/10 Evan Davis and guests discuss overcapacity and how to ensure positive product placement. (R)
3/6 Talking Books is in New York to talk to the writer and essayist Joyce Carol Oates. (R)
Recorded coverage of proceedings in Westminster Hall from Tuesday 16 October.
James is joined by Madhur Jaffrey, Theo Randall, Tim Atkin and actress Michelle Ryan.
Recorded coverage of Lords Questions on Thursday 18 October.
Recorded coverage of questions in the Northern Ireland Assembly from Monday 15 October.
4/6 Dishes include butterflied leg of lamb and baby aubergines with oregano and red onion. (R)
Recorded coverage of Northern Ireland Assembly proceedings from Tuesday 16 October.
12/70 Experts Susan Orringe and Mark Stacey dig up some gems for the sale in Weymouth. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
The Bargain Hunt team visits Alexandra Palace in London. (R)
Questions in the Welsh Assembly to first minister Carwyn Jones from Tuesday 16 October.
Recorded coverage of Welsh Assembly proceedings.
Including the keynote speech from First Minister Alex Salmond.
Guide to the latest gadgets, websites, games and computer industry news. (R)
7/8 The team face the conditions of 1944, when fields were full of troops preparing for D-Day. (R)
39/70 Weymouth is the setting as experts Susan Orringe and Mark Stacey dig up some gems. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
BBC Two England, Wales only
Recorded coverage of questions to environment minister John Griffiths.
55/75 Jules Hudson helps a newly-married couple find a new home in the Shropshire countryside. (R)
Recorded coverage of the Lords economic affairs select committee.
1/3 Jimmy Doherty visits a farm in Devon to find out what goes on inside the brain of a cow. (R)
6/8 A gallop across the Steppe with extraordinary 'born in the saddle' Mongolian horsemen. (R)
7/8 Nick Hewer tries to get a farm and tearoom to work together to create new products.
Recorded coverage of the joint committee on human rights.
2/3 Personal stories on the positives and negatives of hostel life. (R)
5/6 Rachel prepares gourmet garnishes with a Parisian chef and makes iles flottantes. (R)
A look at how domestic servants have been portrayed on television over the past 50 years. (R)
3/6 Land stuggles and Highland history after the Battle of Culloden. (R)
12/15 Horizon follows the scientists who are investigating a rise in freak weather patterns. (R)
1/2 Jim Al-Khalili investigates a strange set of laws to find out what exactly is energy.
2/3 The work of some remarkable guide dogs. Violet and Lena attend puppy class. (R)
Recorded coverage of the Ten Minute Rule Bill on relationship, drug and alcohol education.
Mark D'Arcy in discussion with an author about their latest political book.
Recorded coverage of the US Presidential debate from Tuesday 16 October.
The impact of social media on global politics.
The scientific breakthroughs that have transformed our understanding of the universe. (R)
Questions to prime minister David Cameron from Wednesday 17 October.
1/2 Jim Al-Khalili investigates a strange set of laws to find out what exactly is energy. (R)
Speech by SNP leader Alex Salmond to his party's conference, from Saturday 22 October.
Mark Kermode and guests discuss highlights of the 56th BFI London Film Festival. (R)
3/3 How the Sex Pistols and Duran Duran led new rock and pop invasions in the 70s and 80s. (R)
Weekly programme looking back at the week in Westminster with Keith Macdougall.
Sunday 21 October 2012