20-year-old gay porn star Lloyd has a double dose of bad news from the clinic.
20-year-old gay porn star Lloyd has a double dose of bad news from the clinic. (R)
Andrew Neil and Tim Donovan with the latest political news, interviews and debate.
Sir Patrick Moore, Chris Lintott and Chris North find out what the universe is made of.
BBC One except Wales
3/6 Gareth Malone travels to Manchester Airport to create his third choir. (R)
BBC One Wales only
5/7 Party girl Jenn and sheltered James get a taste of freedom on the Greek island of Zante. (R)
18/38 See Hear finds out how to test for dementia in BSL from the Deaf with Dementia Project. (R)
Neil Oliver meets the man who designed the first hydrogen car in Unst. (R)
BBC Two Wales only
Weekly programme looking back at the week in Westminster with Keith Macdougall.
Following schoolgirl and blogger Martha Payne as she travels to Malawi. (R)
BBC News Channel
Questions to prime minister David Cameron from Wednesday 31 October.
Film following John F Kennedy during his 1960 Wisconsin presidential primary run. (R)
Recorded coverage of proceedings in Westminster Hall from Wednesday 31 October.
1/3 Dr Pamela Cox looks at the grand houses of the Victorian ruling elite. (R)
The latest business news, with reports from Singapore, Frankfurt, London and New York.
Includes the debate on the Common Agricultural Policy, from Thursday 1 November.
Stewart Jackson introducing his EU Free Movement Directive 2004 Bill from 31 October.
1/5 The remarkable tale of Gena Turgel, who emerged from a gas chamber at Auschwitz alive.
58/80 Martin and Lucy visit properties in County Durham, Lewisham and Mid Glamorgan.
Coverage of the session on the European Scrutiny system, from Wednesday 31 October.
2/20 Three kid goats are reunited with their mother after being snatched from a field. (R)
55/74 Alison Mead from Kent hopes to take her children to New York for a dream holiday. (R)
The session on the Referendum on Separation for Scotland, from Wednesday 31 October.
Jo Coburn discusses plans to raise the living wage and David Cameron in the Middle East.
25/32 Tim Wonnacott is joined by experts David Harper and Kate Bliss in Lincoln. (R)
The announcement of Commons business for the week ahead, from Thursday 1 November.
Live questions to work and pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith and his ministerial team.
The second reading of the Growth and Infrastructure Bill.
1/15 The first four cooks try to make John's fish and chip recipe fantastic.
BBC One except Scotland
2/6 Comparing exhaustive footage of London in the 1940s with the city of today. (R)
The team is in Swansea, where Paul Martin is sketched by local artist Valerie Ganz. (R)
26/30 Charlie Ross and Catherine Southon begin their road trip in Corsham in Wiltshire.
8/10 Monica Galetti flies the flag for British asparagus and Tom Kerridge champions cured ham.
Richard Hammond is in the studio to reveal some of his Miracles of Nature.
12/12 Can Mike pull off the most ambitious wrestling wedding extravaganza of all time? (R)
3/6 A series about fascinating houses and the characters who lived in them. (R)
3/4 Timothy and Shane visit the Isle of Man, Northern Ireland and Scotland on their trip. (R)
Meeting the Yorkshire woman proud to call herself a serial mistress.
BBC One North East & Cumbria only
4/6 The families are put through intensive psychotherapy and bonding exercises.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
The Bristol fraudster who convinced celebs to take part in a non-existent reality show.
BBC One West only
How the world heritage status of former Cornish tin mining areas is being threatened.
BBC One Channel Islands, South West only
A report on the west Sussex town struggling to cope with Eastern European migrants.
BBC One Oxfordshire, South only
How stateless children are open to exploitation and abuse.
BBC One London only
Why some prescription errors could prove fatal. The garden where time stood still.
BBC One West Midlands only
The new research that offers hope to Alzheimer's sufferers.
BBC One East Midlands only
David Whiteley investigates a conman posing as a reality TV producer.
BBC One Cambridgeshire, East only
A visit to the Isle of Man to see how a company is promoting their ideas for space tourism
BBC One HD, North West only
A look at how the Dutch are tackling sexual grooming and the lessons of their approach.
BBC One Yorks & Lincs, Yorkshire only
Have Brighton's PCSOs been a success? And the fishermen who want a say on fishing quotas.
BBC One South East only
3/6 Ellen hopes to take Ralph's place and become Aberdeen's first female VTS controller.
BBC One Scotland only
The doorstep trader whose offer of a cheap new driveway proved too good to be true.
1/13 How did the unique wildlife of the Galapagos get there and what allows them to thrive? (R)
1/6 Simon Hopkinson shares his love for Italian porcini mushrooms and anchovies.
4/6 Not all the junior doctors are happy when they are told they must wear white coats. (R)
1/24 Ten chefs have only seven ingredients with which to create a dish.
1/20 The South Harris community that came together and raised a crew for their new lifeboat. (R)
Food writer Nigel Slater's journey charting the origins of British sweets and chocolate.
Jonathan Dimbleby sheds new light on the significance of the North African campaign.
2/3 Richard discovers how the Cape vulture has inspired a flying submarine.
3/3 Stacey follows young South Americans risking their lives to cross illegally into the USA.
BBC Two except Scotland
1/2 The story of the siege of Tobruk and the battle of El Alamein.
BBC Two Scotland only
2/4 Former 'River City' actor Tony Kearney becomes a ranger on the island of St. Kilda.
Featuring The View, Amy Belle and buskers Carolann and Hannah. (R)
A year in the life of Belfast's youngest ever Lord Mayor, 25-year-old Niall O Donnghaile.
A debate about Scotland's constitutional future from Motherwell Civic Centre, Lanarkshire.
4/4 What will life after college hold for the new recruits?
Iain MacPherson takes his friend Ewen MacKay on a journey to the Canadian prairies. (R)
Highlights of Monday 5 November in Parliament presented by Keith Macdougall.
Andrew Marr assesses how far Obama's first term in office has lived up to expectations.
Andrew Marr assesses how far Obama's first term in office has lived up to expectations. (R)
BBC Two England, Wales only
Mark Carruthers looks at the day's events at the Assembly and Northern Ireland Executive.
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
Historian Eric Hobsbawm talks to Michael Ignatieff about his book Age of Extremes. (R)
Recorded coverage of questions in the Northern Ireland Assembly from Monday 5 November.
Medievalist Dr Stephen Baxter looks at the Middle Ages through the eyes of children. (R)
3/3 Stacey follows young South Americans risking their lives to cross illegally into the USA. (R)
8/8 Why are some banks rejecting the legitimate claims of people who were mis-sold PPI? (R)
BBC One except Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD, Scotland, Wales
Coverage from 5 November, including the Electoral Registration and Administration Bill.
19/38 See Hear finds out about auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder (ANSD). (R)
6/8 The team must cope with the challenges which followed the 1943 slump in food imports. (R)
Food writer Nigel Slater's journey charting the origins of British sweets and chocolate. (R)
4/6 Lorraine indulges in her passion for baking and reveals some quick and simple ideas. (R)
Tuesday 6 November 2012