A review of the parliamentary highlights at Westminster.
2/3 Exploring the importance of tradition and continuity to the hotel's clientele. (R)
Caroline Spelman MP, Lord McNally and Baroness Bakewell choose the books of the year.
Guests include Michael McIntyre, Dawn French, Serena Williams and Professor Brian Cox. (R)
BBC News Channel
Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams' speech, from Wednesday 21 November.
Documentary about the much-loved British band Slade, huge glam rock stars of the 70s. (R)
17/17 Films reviewed include the big screen adaptations of Life of Pi and Midnight's Children. (R)
Questions to prime minister David Cameron from Wednesday 19 December.
Nick has three weeks and £12,000 to give Rosie an unforgettable wintry wonderland wedding. (R)
Select committee session on BBC off-payroll pay arrangements, from Thursday 22 November.
3/8 The bits Hollywood hoped viewers wouldn't spot, in another great compilation of foul-ups. (R)
A tribute to nominees in the 2012 Rory Peck Awards for freelance news camera operators.
1/2 Nigel takes a culinary trip to Norway and goes in search of a very special Christmas tree. (R)
2/2 Nigel Slater shares recipes for centrepieces, sweet treats and luxurious leftovers. (R)
Jack Straw delivers a lecture on the Great Offices of State, from Monday 16 July.
The political sketchwriter discusses House of Fun: 20 Glorious Years in Parliament.
Deputy first minister Nicola Sturgeon's a statement on the Edinburgh Agreement.
The latest business news, with reports from Singapore, Frankfurt, London and New York.
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.
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.
George Osborne delivers a lecture on the Great Offices of State, from Monday 22 October.
Energy and Climate Change select committee, from Tuesday 20 November.
A look at some of 2012's big publishing events.
11/14 Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry show how to tackle treacle tarts and rum babas. (R)
Mark D'Arcy in discussion with Jack Straw about his autobiography Last Man Standing.
Chancellor of the exchequer George Osborne's Autumn Statement, from Wednesday 5 December.
Ruth Goodman and Peter Ginn return to Manor Farm to recreate the Christmas 1944. (R)
The Springwatch team take an in-depth look at the charismatic yet enigmatic otter. (R)
A lecture by Robert Rogers, the chief executive and clerk of the House of Commons.
A look back at the key films and movie-related events of the year.
A UK Youth Parliament debate in the House of Commons from Friday 23 November.
Her Majesty the Queen marks the occasion of her diamond jubilee, from 20 March 2012.
Matthew Stadlen goes behind the scenes with violinist Nicola Benedetti at the BBC Proms.
Documentary examining the significance of Queen Victoria's diamond jubilee.
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.
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May set off on an epic road trip across India. (R)
Composer Howard Goodall uncovers the surprising history of the Christmas carol.
Following schoolgirl and blogger Martha Payne as she travels to Malawi.
Penelope Keith throws a spotlight on Eric and Ernie's passion for music.
From street urchin to knight of the realm: the life story of British actor Norman Wisdom. (R)
Anne Lorne Gillies celebrates the life of Scotland's great tenor Kenneth McKellar. (R)
Food writer Nigel Slater's journey charting the origins of British sweets and chocolate. (R)
The people and planes that bring lifeline air services to Scotland's island communities.
1/4 Portrait of Ronnie Barker, one of the country's favourite comedy stars.
The debate on the long-term legacy of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, from 8 November.
Guests include Michael McIntyre, Dawn French, Serena Williams and Professor Brian Cox.
Documentary charting Ronnie Corbett's long career in comedy. (R)
6/6 Summer draws to a close and the islanders have some diffucult decisions to make. (R)
Statement on additional powers for the Welsh Assembly, from Tuesday 27 November.
Prime Minister David Cameron's statement on the Leveson Report from Thursday 29 November.
Juan plans to give his bride Alice a Christmas present by marrying her in Central Park. (R)
Questions in the Northern Ireland Assembly to first minister Peter Robinson.
Alan Johnson delivers a lecture on the Great Offices of State, from Monday 5 November.
Tuesday 25 December 2012