Andrew Neil has the top political stories of the day in the last show of 2012.
Documentary about the much-loved British band Slade, huge glam rock stars of the 70s. (R)
A review of the parliamentary highlights at Westminster.
A look back at some of 2012's biggest tech stories, including Swedish self-driving cars.
BBC News Channel
The Home Affairs Committee's two-part session from Tuesday 18 December.
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)
Matthew Stadlen spends the day with international opera star Bryn Terfel.
Caroline Spelman MP, Lord McNally and Baroness Bakewell choose the books of the year.
Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams' speech, from Wednesday 21 November.
Questions to prime minister David Cameron from Wednesday 19 December.
Recorded coverage of Select Committee proceedings.
James Martin is joined by Galton Blackiston, Bill Granger and Shane Richie.
Jack Straw delivers a lecture on the Great Offices of State, from Monday 16 July.
Nigel Slater transforms Christmas leftovers into scrumptious meals. (R)
The political sketchwriter discusses House of Fun: 20 Glorious Years in Parliament.
Deputy first minister Nicola Sturgeon's a statement on the Edinburgh Agreement.
Carolyn Quinn discovers how Dickens was inspired by his time as a Westminster journalist.
The annual Political Studies Association Awards, including Politician of the Year.
A highlight from a session of the European Parliament in Strasbourg.
Nigella Lawson creates a Christmas buffet menu inspired by a trip to Venice. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
The clerk of the House of Commons, Robert Rogers, discusses his book Who Goes Home?
Questions in the Welsh Assembly to first minister Carwyn Jones from Tuesday 4 December.
A look back at some of 2012's biggest tech stories, including Swedish self-driving cars. (R)
George Osborne delivers a lecture on the Great Offices of State, from Monday 22 October.
Robert Webb tells the story of our Christmases through the toys we played with and loved. (R)
BBC Two Wales only
Energy and Climate Change select committee, from Tuesday 20 November.
BBC Two England, Northern Ireland only
3/3 Charting Rome's rise from the neglect of the 14th century into the seat of the papacy. (R)
6/16 Eòrpa brings you a special half-hour report from Iceland. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
Mark D'Arcy in discussion with Jack Straw about his autobiography Last Man Standing.
6/6 Summer draws to a close and the islanders have some diffucult decisions to make.
Chancellor of the exchequer George Osborne's Autumn Statement, from Wednesday 5 December.
Film about female movie stars such as Garbo, Dietrich, Hayworth, Crawford and Monroe.
A lecture by Robert Rogers, the chief executive and clerk of the House of Commons.
3/3 The challenge of taking the abbey into the 21st century, while maintaining old traditions.
A UK Youth Parliament debate in the House of Commons from Friday 23 November.
4/4 Alan Yentob examines the extraordinary story of pop icon Sir Tom Jones. (R)
Her Majesty the Queen marks the occasion of her diamond jubilee, from 20 March 2012.
Documentary examining the significance of Queen Victoria's diamond jubilee.
The secrets behind the making of the song Fairytale of New York by the Pogues. (R)
Dr Chris Ballinger discusses his book House of Lords 1911-2011: A Century of Non-Reform.
Session on the legacy of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, from 14 November.
The secrets behind the making of the song Fairytale of New York by the Pogues.
An intimate portrait of the evolution of one of the world's most enduring rock bands. (R)
BBC One except Scotland
1/6 A look at the weird and wonderful world of reproduction and inheritance. (R)
An intimate portrait of the evolution of one of the world's most enduring rock bands.
BBC One Scotland only
How the Rolling Stones became the definitive rock survivors. (R)
How the Rolling Stones became the definitive rock survivors.
Film about female movie stars such as Garbo, Dietrich, Hayworth, Crawford and Monroe. (R)
The debate on the long-term legacy of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, from 8 November.
Sunday 23 December 2012