8/12 How the tram liberated overcrowded cities and ushered in the age of the commuter. (R)
Mark Hoban and Liam Byrne discuss the government's work programme.
14/17 Claudia and Danny review Great Expectations, Sightseers, and Trouble with the Curve.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD, Wales only
Two people with albinism try to follow their dreams in the face of prejudice in Tanzania. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
3/4 Julia tells how the Kennet & Avon was restored after being given a lottery heritage grant. (R)
Documentary exploring the science behind the most popular beauty and cosmetic treatments. (R)
House of Lords on Tuesday 27 November, including the Crime and Courts Bill.
4/10 Examining the films that recorded developments in the glamorous world of 1960s fashion. (R)
1/3 Neil Oliver explores the mysterious world of the Vikings' prehistoric ancestors. (R)
BBC One except Wales
4/20 Michael searches for the last liquorice grower in Pontefract and fishes for sea bass. (R)
9/12 Young people discuss issues raised in BBC Three's Body Beautiful Season. (R)
22/38 The show focuses on one of the many charities Children in Need has helped to fund. (R)
BBC One Wales only
1/4 How Christianity emerged into the Roman Empire as an artistic force in the third century. (R)
Revealing how thousands of Britons in 2012 are being forced to turn to charity for food. (R)
Following the world's youngest transsexual as she attempts to win Miss England 2012. (R)
1/10 Michel Roux Jr promotes strawberries and James Martin campaigns for a watercress revival. (R)
The latest business news, with reports from Singapore, Frankfurt, London and New York.
BBC News Channel
The Transport select committee on aviation strategy, from Monday 19 November.
Highlights of Tuesday 27 November in Parliament presented by Alicia McCarthy.
3/25 The death of Constance Harrington from Worthing sheds light on a notorious scandal. (R)
Live coverage of the Public Administration committee with Francis Maude.
14/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Exeter, London and Derby. (R)
13/20 Sophie Raworth helps consumers fight for their rights on the high street and beyond.
22/26 Sarah unveils a new initiative to help aspiring farmers break into the industry. (R)
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn have live coverage of Prime Minister's Questions.
Live questions to Welsh secretary David Jones and his ministerial team.
42/76 Jo and Julian Potter want to take six-year-old son Louie on a trip to Lapland. (R)
Live coverage of questions in the House of Commons to prime minister David Cameron.
8/32 Tim Wonnacott heads off to an antique fair at Derby University in search of bargains. (R)
The day's proceedings in the House of Commons including an opposition day debate.
24/38 Featuring hot rod racer Leigh Nicholl and singer Katherine Mount and her son Ethan.
41/90 The team house-hunt in Bath for a lady with a passion for all things Mediterranean. (R)
18/75 Jonnie Irwin is in Herefordshire helping two sisters find an ideal country home.
1/12 Scotland's well-known walker Cameron McNeish heads out into the hills. (R)
2/12 Scotland's well-known walker Cameron McNeish heads out into the hills. (R)
Coverage of some of the day's debates in the Scottish Parliament.
5/10 The Great North Air Ambulance is called to rescue a man who's fallen from a barn roof. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
2/23 Experts Michael Baggott and Philip Serrell value antiques in Barnsley.
25/60 Paul Martin, Catherine Southon and Mark Stacey visit the National Museum in Cardiff.
3/32 The bargain hunters are in Lewes, with Catherine Southon and Mark Stacey. (R)
18/30 John Cameron and Philip Serrell are at the Lincolnshire Antique and Home Show. (R)
13/15 David Barby and Charles Hanson head for their final showdown at an auction in Nottingham.
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined on the sofa by Lord Seb Coe and Michael Ball.
15/20 Journalists Bill Turnbull and Louise Minchin go bargain hunting around Greater Manchester.
BBC Two Wales only
11/15 David Barby and Charles Hanson kick off their hunt for antiques in Lichfield. (R)
13/15 David Barby and Charles Hanson head for their final showdown at an auction in Nottingham. (R)
BBC Two England, Scotland only
6/6 A series on the history of fascinating Scottish houses. (R)
5/20 Michael goes bird-watching and learns to decipher traditional knitting patterns in Filey. (R)
The Energy and Climate Change Committee on investment in energy infrastructure.
7/6 In preparation for a trip around Britain, Richard Wilson learns how to drive a manual car. (R)
15/24 The remaining five chefs face a skills test to prepare and serve sea urchin.
2/3 Looking at how we can travel around the planet further and faster than ever before.
3/16 The Eòrpa team report from Southern Ireland and Spain.
1/6 Clare Balding takes a cycle tour from Lynmouth to Ilfracombe via Little Switzerland. (R)
Signed Audio described
8/10 POD gives a makeunder to a girl who has taken fake tan to the extreme. (R)
The competition to become 'Science Idol' of the Arab world.
Johnny Ball uses the Horizon archive to find out what science has learned about ageing. (R)
Night vision cameras discover the strange world of our problem sleepers.
Welcome to the world of Miss BBW, a thriving competition in the US now heading to Britain.
21/32 Novelist Lee Child in New York, the V&A's new Furniture Galleries and Beck's latest album.
Simon Boazman asks whether Sweden's ban on buying sex would work in Northern Ireland.
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
5/8 Poor people through the ages, beginning in Neolithic times and up to the present.
Qquestions to the Secretary of State for Wales, David Jones, from Wednesday 28 November.
Highlights of Wednesday 28 November in Parliament presented by Alicia McCarthy.
Michael Portillo travels from Berlin to the Rheingau, passing the Harz Mountains. (R)
2/3 Tobias Capwell celebrates the great age of armour during Henry VIII's reign. (R)
Questions to prime minister David Cameron from Wednesday 28 November.
Documentary exploring the science behind the most popular beauty and cosmetic treatments.
Welcome to the world of Miss BBW, a thriving competition in the US now heading to Britain. (R)
BBC Radio Ulster presenter Ralph McLean speaks openly about his lifelong love of music. (R)
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
2/11 Darryl Grimason finds out more about what lies on the seabed off Rathlin Island. (R)
John Craven and Julia Bradbury head to rural Leicestershire.
The report stage of the Financial Services Bill.
23/38 Featuring hotel accessibility for deaf guests and Deafinitely Theatre's Tanika's Journey. (R)
BBC One except Scotland
2/3 How the Victorians made the stiff upper lip a genuinely national characteristic. (R)
23/38 Featuring hotel accessibility for deaf guests and Deafinitely Theatre's Tanika's Journey.
BBC One Scotland only
2/10 Clarissa Dickson Wright champions rabbits and Gregg Wallace campaigns for raspberries. (R)
Thursday 29 November 2012