Jo Coburn discusses plans to raise the living wage and David Cameron in the Middle East.
Medievalist Dr Stephen Baxter looks at the Middle Ages through the eyes of children. (R)
Andrew Marr assesses how far Obama's first term in office has lived up to expectations. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
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.
3/4 Timothy and Shane visit the Isle of Man, Northern Ireland and Scotland on their trip. (R)
19/38 See Hear finds out about auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder (ANSD). (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)
1/13 How did the unique wildlife of the Galapagos get there and what allows them to thrive? (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)
20-year-old gay porn star Lloyd has a double dose of bad news from the clinic. (R)
The latest business news, with reports from Singapore, Frankfurt, London and New York.
BBC News Channel
Coverage from 5 November, including a debate on the future of the British ash tree.
Highlights of Monday 5 November in Parliament presented by Keith Macdougall.
2/5 Gethin Jones sees the progress British troops have made in Afghanistan.
Live coverage of the Energy and Climate Change select committee session.
60/80 Martin and Lucy visit properties in Cheshire, London and Derby. (R)
3/20 Incredible police work puts a criminal family behind bars after a series of burglaries. (R)
56/74 Aled Jones and Jonty Hearnden visit siblings John and Kate Stelling at home in Croydon. (R)
Live questions to chancellor of the exchequer George Osborne and his ministerial team.
Jo Coburn looks at the US election and the halfway point of the British coalition.
16/32 The teams, led by experts Catherine Southon and Anita Manning, scour the fair at Ardingly. (R)
Includes a statement on the inquiry into historic child abuse allegations in Wales.
Including First Minister's Questions.
BBC Two Wales only
2/8 Mark Horton has privileged access to the historic dockyards at Devonport. (R)
Denise Nurse helps a much-travelled ex-army couple settle down for good. (R)
1/75 David Barby falls in love with a surprising piece of Staffordshire pottery. (R)
2/15 Can the contestants make John's pain perdu dessert to-die-for?
BBC One except Scotland
Experts David Palmer and Adam Partridge join presenter Paul Martin in Buckinghamshire. (R)
27/30 Charlie Ross and Catherine Southon hunt for antiques to sell at an auction in Wareham.
9/10 Angela Harnett champions real ale and Michael Caines celebrates the British carrot.
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Kylie Minogue.
24/26 The nature and wildlife of Britain and Ireland. The Ouse Washes. (R)
3/3 A look at new evidence of ancient man's influence on the Amazon rainforest. (R)
2/24 Each chef demonstrates their ability to butterfly sardines and make potato dauphine.
8/12 As Americans vote for a new president, Jake Humphrey chairs a live debate from Colchester.
1/10 A look at the radical shifts in the position of women in British society during the 1960s.
3/5 Sealladh air coimhearsnachdan eadar-dhealaichte an Alba. (R)
Dr Lucy Worsley retraces the life of Dorothy Hartley and her seminal book Food in England.
1/6 A look at the weird and wonderful world of reproduction and inheritance.
Grooms left in charge in Scandinavia and blokes shopping for wedding dresses in Oz.
Live House of Lords, including the report stage of the Financial Services Bill.
1/20 The South Harris community that came together and raised a crew for their new lifeboat. (R)
8/9 The story of the rise of the popular loaf and how it has shaped the way we eat in Britain. (R)
4/6 The families are put through intensive psychotherapy and bonding exercises.
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
Will a change in the law provide a solution to Wales's human organ donation shortage?
Crime writer Ian Rankin invites imagine... to follow him as he writes his next novel.
BBC One except Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD, Wales
Noel Thompson examines the threat posed by dissident republicans.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
3/10 Michael Grade narrates the story of the Jewish folk music known as klezmer. (R)
Highlights of Tuesday 6 November in Parliament presented by Alicia McCarthy.
Alastair Sooke reveals how the Devil's image was created by artists of the Middle Ages.
The story of Felix Baumgartner's record-breaking freefall from the edge of space to Earth. (R)
BBC Two England, Wales only
Mark Carruthers looks at the day's events at the Assembly and Northern Ireland Executive.
Questions in the Welsh Assembly to first minister Carwyn Jones from Tuesday 6 November.
David Dimbleby is in Washington DC as the race for the White House reaches its conclusion.
The story of Felix Baumgartner's record-breaking freefall from the edge of space to Earth.
BBC Two Northern Ireland, Scotland only
3/3 Three young hopefuls train for Cuba's National Boxing Championship for Under-12s. (R)
Grooms left in charge in Scandinavia and blokes shopping for wedding dresses in Oz. (R)
House of Lords from Tuesday 6 November, including the Financial Services Bill.
1/10 A look at the radical shifts in the position of women in British society during the 1960s. (R)
8/12 As Americans vote for a new president, Jake Humphrey chairs a live debate from Colchester. (R)
Dr Lucy Worsley retraces the life of Dorothy Hartley and her seminal book Food in England. (R)
Neil Oliver explores the world of the Vikings, based on his BBC Two series. (R)
Wednesday 7 November 2012