Andrew Neil and Tim Donovan with the latest political news, interviews and debate.
10/11 Darryl Grimason revisits his childhood as he goes rock pooling near Newcastle, Co Down. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
3/7 Ladies man David and rugby lad Greg party hard with their mates in Ayia Napa. (R)
Kinks guitarist Dave Davies relives his tumultuous life. (R)
Weekly programme looking back at the week in Westminster with Keith Macdougall.
1/6 Gareth Malone visits Lewisham Healthcare NHS Trust to set up the first choir. (R)
BBC One except Scotland, Wales
17/38 A report on the foundation of a new charity for the deaf by the Osmonds. (R)
BBC One Wales only
Recorded coverage of House of Commons proceedings in Westminster Hall.
3/3 Comedian Andrew Maxwell takes five British UFO believers on a road trip to the US. (R)
Coverage of questions in the House of Commons to transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin.
The latest business news, with reports from Singapore, Frankfurt, London and New York.
BBC News Channel
Recorded coverage of proceedings in Westminster Hall from Thursday 18 October.
16/30 An injured runner is found after lying overnight in sub zero temperatures.
52/80 Martin and Lucy visit properties in Cornwall, London and Yorkshire.
Questions to the mayor of London, Boris Johnson, from Wednesday 17 October.
6/10 Bus CCTV proves that a fraudster's story is a pack of lies.
26/74 John Greenwood wants to treat his 95-year-old mum to a surprise birthday lunch. (R)
Jo Coburn with all the latest political news. Including Justine Roberts from Mumsnet.
2/32 The teams do battle in Lincoln, with help from experts David Harper and Kate Bliss. (R)
Questions in the Welsh Assembly to first minister Carwyn Jones from Tuesday 16 October.
9/20 Roger Hawkins performs delicate surgery on some fragile 20th-century figurines. (R)
54/90 Simon O'Brien and Jonny Benarr help a couple find their dream home in idyllic Ross-on-Wye. (R)
The announcement of Commons business for the week ahead, from Thursday 18 October.
Alistair Appleton is property-hunting with a couple returning to the UK from Italy. (R)
Live questions to defence secretary Philip Hammond and his ministerial team.
1/20 A life is saved by a passer by after a man collapses in the street. (R)
Coverage of the day's proceedings in the House of Commons.
27/75 The Isle of Wight's nautical town of Cowes plays host to Paul Martin and the team. (R)
6/10 John Sergeant's journey continues in South Wales, where he takes four more pictures. (R)
16/30 Mark Stacey and Mark Hales battle it out in the auction rooms of eastern England. (R)
16/30 Mark Stacey and Mark Hales battle it out in the auction rooms of eastern England.
11/14 Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry show how to tackle treacle tarts and rum babas.
Joe Crowley and Alex Jones are joined by American rock musician Alice Cooper.
10/12 Will Scouse lad Terry plan a traditional Irish wedding for his bride-to-be Melissa? (R)
1/6 A series about fascinating houses and the characters who lived in them. (R)
25/25 Michael discovers how the railways helped train commandos at Lochailort in World War II. (R)
Karl Mercer looks at the impact of A&E closures in north west London.
BBC One London only
Inside Out investigates new abuse allegations at Winterbourne View.
BBC One West only
Sam Smith investigates fire safety at Devon and Cornwall hotels.
BBC One Channel Islands, South West only
A look at whether the army can still fight all the nation's battles.
BBC One Oxfordshire, South only
The victims paying thousands of pounds for UK visas that never arrive.
BBC One West Midlands only
A report on the charity who find children that have been abducted by one of their parents.
BBC One East Midlands only
David Whiteley investigates the theft of treasures from museums across the east.
BBC One Cambridgeshire, East, HD only
The dangers of cheap tattoo kits and the disabled Remploy workers looking for work.
BBC One North West only
Chris Jackson meets the Northumbria undercover police officer branded a drugs dealer.
BBC One North East & Cumbria only
Investigating the acquittal of 95 miners charged with rioting during the miners' strike.
BBC One Yorks & Lincs, Yorkshire only
Natalie Graham asks whether a young mother is always a bad mother.
BBC One South East only
1/6 Diver Terry Dearlove faces a tricky pipeline installation 185 metres beneath the waves.
BBC One Scotland only
2/6 The families are put through intensive psychotherapy and bonding exercises.
BBC One Northern Ireland only
Ruth Burchell bought a pony for her daughter which, it turns out, is not safe to ride.
2/3 Portrait of life in London's East End, from the docks and the rag trade to market traders. (R)
5/6 Father John Paul sets off to a remote local island with a very special history. (R)
2/6 At his first real emergency, Sameer soon realises that he cannot save every patient. (R)
5/6 Dishes include a shortcut sausage meatball supper, yoghurt pot cake and tiramisini.
11/15 Fake Britain is given exclusive access to the country's biggest postal hub.
BBC One except Northern Ireland
8/8 Nick Hewer tries to help a man turn his 17-acre site into a mobile petting farm.
A heart-warming tribute to the day that the Dalai Lama came to Inverness.
5/10 The story of British servicemen who had to make Germany home in the decades after WWII.
1/3 A team of experts reconstruct our closest prehistoric relative - a Neanderthal.
1/3 Stacey Dooley meets the girls at 'Shock' - the only US prison boot camp for women.
5/40 Scottish actor Gregor Fisher and Cathy MacDonald visit the Athenaeum Theatre in Glasgow.
Documentary which tells the story of Rolls-Royce in India through the lives of its princes (R)
5/6 Antaine and Cormac spend some time in historic Ardboe and end up on Coney Island. (R)
Featuring Kassidy, Krystina Miles and busker Matt Johnston. (R)
David Spiegelhalter's witty, mindboggling look at what chance really is. Truly 'risky' TV. (R)
Highlights of proceedings in Parliament on 22 October presented by Kristiina Cooper.
2/3 A portrait of the New Forest, revealing the secrets of a unique place as old as England. (R)
Mark Carruthers looks at the day's events at the Assembly and Northern Ireland Executive.
Recorded coverage of questions in the Northern Ireland Assembly from Monday 22 October.
2/3 C Company, 2nd Battalion the Mercian Regiment enter a dangerous area of Helmand. (R)
An appeal from New Life Counselling, which helps prevent suicides and depression.
Performance artist Marina Abramovic prepares for a retrospective at MoMA in New York. (R)
Film following a conflict between a group of Scottish homeowners and tycoon Donald Trump. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
1/3 Stacey Dooley meets the girls at 'Shock' - the only US prison boot camp for women. (R)
4/8 The team faces a WW2-style government inspection, which could see the farm taken off them. (R)
Recorded coverage of business in the House of Lords on Monday 22 October.
3/3 Stephanie Flanders examines at the revolutionary and influential ideas of Karl Marx. (R)
5/10 The story of British servicemen who had to make Germany home in the decades after WWII. (R)
2/6 Lorraine creates the kind of dishes that put a smile on your face. (R)
1/6 A simple noise nuisance complaint escalates to a serious dispute in an Eccles high rise. (R)
1/10 Jules Hudson discovers how the people of Belfast survived one of the worst Blitz attacks. (R)
Tuesday 23 October 2012