Andrew Neil has the top political stories of the day.
The story of the secretary-turned-pianist who entertained with her music hall songs. (R)
Weekly programme looking back at the week in Westminster with Keith Macdougall.
Documentary examining cockney duo Chas & Dave's rich, unsung pedigree in the music world. (R)
A test drive of Windows 8 and a look at the robots that could learn to look after us.
BBC News Channel
1/4 Hairy Dieters Simon King and Dave Myers embark on a weight-loss campaign. (R)
Recorded coverage of the debate on the recent EU Council summit, from Tuesday 23 October.
Jools Holland uncovers a history of London through its songs. (R)
Weekly programme looking back at the week in Westminster with Keith Macdougall. (R)
With panellists Vince Cable, Emily Thornberry, Claire Perry, Paul Nuttall and Mehdi Hasan. (R)
Courtney shocks her mum with lurid confessions of unprotected encounters in the park. (R)
6/10 Three of sport's top business brains share their stories and secrets with Evan Davis. (R)
Andrew Neil with the latest news from Europe.
4/6 Razia Iqbal talks to American author Paul Auster about his work. (R)
Recorded coverage of proceedings in Westminster Hall from Tuesday 23 October.
James Martin is joined by Michelin-starred chefs Mark Jordan and Atul Kocchar.
Recorded coverage of a Supreme Court Judgment ruling on equal pay claims.
Recorded coverage of Alex Salmond making a statement on Scotland's position in the EU.
Questions to first minister Alex Salmond from Thursday 25 October.
Deputy first minister Nicola Sturgeon's a statement on the Edinburgh Agreement.
5/6 Dishes include a shortcut sausage meatball supper, yoghurt pot cake and tiramisini. (R)
Coverage of a debate on the role of media in criminal trials, from Tuesday 23 October.
13/15 Looking back at the times when Ben Fogle and Kate Humble were terrified by the animals. (R)
Recorded coverage of questions in the Northern Ireland Assembly from Monday 22 October.
Coverage of a debate on enemployment rates in Northern Ireland, from Monday 22 October.
A test drive of Windows 8 and a look at the robots that could learn to look after us. (R)
Questions in the Welsh Assembly to first minister Carwyn Jones from Tuesday 23 October.
22/25 Jules Hudson helps a couple looking for a character property in the Norfolk countryside. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
1/5 Actor Richard Wilson talks about his impressive career to date. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
2/5 The Hairy Bikers, Dave and Si, examine the history and conventions of afternoon tea. (R)
Recorded coverage of an urgent question on the All Wales Ethnic Minority Association.
Coverage of a debate on a proposed Bill to introduce a 5p levy on chewing gum packs.
8/8 The team face the conditions of 1945, with Britain struggling to feed war-torn Europe.
8/8 The team face the conditions of 1945, with Britain struggling to feed war-torn Europe. (R)
29/31 Monty Don harvests his pumpkins and Carol Klein finds out about the versatile willow.
Conservative MP John Glen introduces his Unpaid Work Orders (Pilot Scheme) Bill.
2/3 Jimmy visits a farm in Devon to find out how chickens work out the pecking order. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
13/25 Some 18th-century bottles attract attention. (R)
BBC Two England only
Recorded coverage of the Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards.
BBC Two Wales only
7/8 Human Planet meets people for whom rivers can be both a risk to life or a lifeline. (R)
6/6 Rachel cooks more great dishes and explores the Asian food trends finding favour in Paris. (R)
John Sergeant celebrates the 75th anniversary of the Spitfire. (R)
8/8 Nick Hewer tries to help a man turn his 17-acre site into a mobile petting farm.
2/2 Jim Al-Khalili learns that information is woven profoundly into the fabric of reality.
3/3 The freedom of hostel life and romantic liaisons. (R)
A look at how our understanding of intelligence has transformed over the last century. (R)
5/7 The team attempts to prove that cars can be art, and Jeremy test-drives the Noble M600. (R)
A lecture by Robert Rogers, the chief executive and clerk of the House of Commons.
4/6 The Celtic influence on the birth of the Labour Party. (R)
With journalist Chris Bowers on the latest edition of his book Nick Clegg: The Biography.
George Osborne delivers a lecture on the Great Offices of State, from Monday 22 October.
Marking the 175th anniversary of the destruction of the Palace of Westminster by fire.
Tim Stanley looks at how US sitcoms mirror a modern, complex side to American life.
Recorded coverage of the US Presidential debate in Florida, from Monday 22 October.
A look at NASA's Voyager programme as the two spacecraft leave the solar system. (R)
Coverage of Prime Minister David Cameron making a speech in London on crime and justice.
2/2 Jim Al-Khalili learns that information is woven profoundly into the fabric of reality. (R)
The debate in the European Parliament on the EU Council summit, from Tuesday 23 October.
1/3 Stacey Dooley meets the girls at 'Shock' - the only US prison boot camp for women. (R)
Sunday 28 October 2012