David Spiegelhalter's witty, mindboggling look at what chance really is. Truly 'risky' TV. (R)
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn are joined by Lord Baker to discuss the latest political news.
Ruth Goodman and Peter Ginn return to Manor Farm to recreate the Christmas 1944. (R)
5/6 Islanders are out in force to welcome a very special royal visitor to Sark. (R)
BBC Two England, Scotland only
9/14 Documentary following a mother grizzly bear as she brings up her two cubs in Alaska. (R)
BBC Two Wales only
Rachel and Becky Unthank explore England's hidden winter customs and dance traditions. (R)
The Finance Committee's debate on Draft Budget 2013-14, from Thursday 20 December.
Matt Baker and Julia Bradbury visit the RSPB bird reserve at Snettisham. (R)
5/25 Objects include a moving carved tribute to a Spitfire pilot who was killed in action. (R)
Michael Grade explores what has made the panto dame an enduring feature of British life. (R)
Nick has three weeks and £12,000 to give Rosie an unforgettable wintry wonderland wedding. (R)
Questions to first minister Alex Salmond from Thursday 20 December.
3/24 Each chef has to make honeycomb and then mould it into three different dessert decorations (R)
David Cameron's statement on the EU Council summit, from Monday 17 December.
Recorded coverage of questions in the House of Lords on Tuesday 18 December.
The latest business news, with reports from Singapore, Frankfurt, London and New York.
BBC News Channel
Proceedings in Westminster Hall from Thursday 20 December.
Highlights of Thursday 20 December in Parliament.
20/25 The search for heirs to Eleanor Pridmore uncovers a mining family hit by tragedy. (R)
Questions to mayor of London Boris Johnson, from Wednesday 19 December.
2/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Telford, Paisley and London. (R)
10/15 Matt meets June, who was plagued by scam mail for over a decade.
70/74 Wendy Featherstone wants to repair her B&B in the Welsh borders. (R)
Andrew Neil has the top political stories of the day in the last show of 2012.
21/32 A football fanatic mum and son face off a dad and daughter in Bargain Hunt from Newark. (R)
The Home Affairs Committee's two-part session from Tuesday 18 December.
16/20 Tim Wonnacott and Rosemary Shrager are at Penrhyn Castle in Bangor, North Wales. (R)
45/90 Ed Hall and Jonnie Irwin help a vicar and his wife find the perfect retirement home. (R)
Jules Hudson takes a couple period property-hunting in Norfolk. (R)
8/20 Three people in a hot air balloon crash into electricity pylons. (R)
The Welsh Affairs Committee from Tuesday 18 December.
6/10 After a year, find out how the Corbett family have fared since their week in Adelaide. (R)
The Joint Committee on the National Security Strategy from Monday 17 December.
37/60 Flog It! comes from the Imperial War Museum at Duxford, Cambridgeshire.
30/30 James Braxton and David Harper face the week's final antique buying showdown. (R)
Questions to prime minister David Cameron from Wednesday 19 December.
Sir Menzies Campbell joins the regulars as they present a review of the political year.
Nigella serves up sweet spiced peaches, frothy snowball cocktails and glazed gammon. (R)
A look at the changing face of Christmas in Northern Ireland, narrated by Richard Dormer. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
Live coverage of the Transport Committee's session on the West Coast Main Line franchise.
Chris Evans and Alex Jones are joined for the last live One Show of 2012 by James May.
The bits Hollywood hoped viewers wouldn't spot, in another great compilation of foul-ups. (R)
2/2 Nigel Slater shares recipes for centrepieces, sweet treats and luxurious leftovers.
26/26 Dougie and the team get together for a Christmas meal. Who will be the best cook?
BBC Two Scotland only
The stories of MPs who have run not just for office but also for Olympic glory.
6/6 Summer draws to a close and the islanders have some diffucult decisions to make.
Documentary about the much-loved British band Slade, huge glam rock stars of the 70s. (R)
3/3 The challenge of taking the abbey into the 21st century, while maintaining old traditions.
Caroline Spelman MP, Lord McNally and Baroness Bakewell choose the books of the year.
Ruth Goodman and Peter Ginn return to Manor Farm to recreate the Christmas 1944.
BBC Two England only
Marking the 175th anniversary of the destruction of the Palace of Westminster by fire.
5/5 Births, nappies and tears - an emotional finale from Raigmore Hospital's Maternity Unit. (R)
William Hague delivers a lecture on the Great Offices of State, from Tuesday 18 December.
A review of the parliamentary highlights at Westminster.
6/9 Motorsport stars of the future get fast and furious on the Borders forest tracks. (R)
A look back at some of 2012's biggest tech stories, including Swedish self-driving cars.
4/10 A year with Storm, the head of a wolf pack in Canada's frozen north. (R)
Judith Moritz reports on a 23-year battle for truth about the UK's worst sporting disaster (R)
The most put-upon brides from series six get revenge on their hapless grooms. (R)
4/24 The six best chefs from this week's heats return for this week's quarter-final. (R)
A compilation of Matthew Stadlen's five-minute interviews. (R)
Saturday 22 December 2012