A review of the parliamentary highlights at Westminster.
A compilation of Matthew Stadlen's five-minute interviews. (R)
BBC News Channel
Full-length cut of the film exploring the Queen frontman's solo career and private life. (R)
Caroline Spelman MP, Lord McNally and Baroness Bakewell choose the books of the year.
The debate on the long-term legacy of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, from 8 November.
2/2 A programme of choral music for Christmas from St Augustine's church in Kilburn. (R)
The best of 2012, featuring a look back at lifesaving Robots and filmmaking on your phone. (R)
A compilation of Matthew Stadlen's five-minute interviews.
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.
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.
James Martin takes a look back at some of his favourite moments from Saturday Kitchen.
Questions to mayor of London Boris Johnson, from Wednesday 19 December.
Committee session on the Independent Police Complaints Commission and the UK Border Agency
Caroline Quentin narrates a tale of animals born in some of the coldest places on Earth. (R)
13/14 Recipes include the queen of puddings, chocolate tea cakes and jam doughnuts. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
The team help with the preparations for a seasonal celebration deep in rural Warwickshire. (R)
Mark D'Arcy in discussion with Robert Shepherd about his book, Westminster: A Biography.
18/25 A pair of Whitefriars glass vases and Shelley tea set stir up the interest of our experts.
A speech on Europe by the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, from Tuesday 4 December.
Former Labour prime minister Tony Blair makes a speech on Wednesday 28 November.
1/3 Revealing the wildlife at home in Madagascar's most bizarre and dramatic places. (R)
Questions in the Northern Ireland Assembly to deputy first minister Martin McGuinness.
The story of Felix Baumgartner's record-breaking freefall from the edge of space to Earth. (R)
Margaret Beckett delivers a lecture on the Great Offices of State.
Carolyn Quinn discovers how Dickens was inspired by his time as a Westminster journalist.
Highlights from the debate in the House of Commons on the Leveson Report, from 3 December.
Nigel uses seasonal produce to prepare dishes that will brighten any winter table. (R)
Weatherman Ian Fergusson reviews a year of record-breaking weather across the region.
BBC One HD, Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD, Wales, West only
David Braine looks back on a year of extreme weather in the South West.
BBC One Channel Islands, South West only
Miranda Krestovnikoff looks back at a year that went from drought to deluge.
BBC One Oxfordshire, South, South East only
Carol Kirkwood reviews a year of record-breaking weather across the capital.
BBC One London only
Shefali Oza examines why this year's extreme weather caused such destruction and mayhem.
BBC One West Midlands only
Kaye Forster reviews the extremes of weather in the region this year.
BBC One East Midlands only
Julie Reinger looks back on a year of extreme weather in the East.
BBC One Cambridgeshire, East only
BBC Weather Presenter Dianne Oxberry looks back at a dramatic year.
BBC One North West only
John Hammond looks back on a year of extreme weather.
BBC One North East & Cumbria only
Paul Hudson reviews a year of record-breaking weather across the region.
BBC One Yorks & Lincs, Yorkshire only
2/4 A focus on Christmas and Hogmanay programming through the years.
BBC One Scotland only
4/6 The nature series gives a bird's-eye view of South America. (R)
Ellie looks back at the men and women who have been inspired by the British countryside.
James May looks at the nation's childhood love affair with the model plane. (R)
BBC Two England, Wales only
Mark D'Arcy in discussion with Douglas Carswell MP about latest book.
William Hague delivers a lecture on the Great Offices of State, from Tuesday 18 December.
5/10 Father Calum MacLellan talks to Donald Morrison about his life.
Some of the winning performances from the children's Mod held last October in Dunoon. (R)
6/6 Dara O Briain and his team of experts explore the science behind music.
12/25 Objects of interest include Inuit carvings, a 17th-century gold ring and a Viennese glass.
The annual Political Studies Association Awards, including Politician of the Year.
A debate on lowering the voting age to sixteen, from Thursday 8 November.
Following the glitz and glamour of Scotland's cheerleading team the Rockettes. (R)
Film about silent screen star Clara Bow, who retired at 28 amid scandal and ill health.
Telling the story of the first man to set foot on the moon.
Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams' speech, from Wednesday 21 November.
Questions to prime minister David Cameron from Wednesday 19 December.
Select committee session on BBC off-payroll pay arrangements, from Thursday 22 November.
Documentary examination of the acclaimed science fiction favourite, Blade Runner. (R)
Guests include Ricky Gervais, Elle Macpherson, Jonathan Ross and Tinie Tempah. (R)
Jack Straw delivers a lecture on the Great Offices of State, from Monday 16 July.
Programme remembering some of the major global figures who passed away in 2012.
Sue Perkins discovers the astonishing family story behind The Sound of Music. (R)
BBC One except Scotland
The political sketchwriter discusses House of Fun: 20 Glorious Years in Parliament.
Deputy first minister Nicola Sturgeon's a statement on the Edinburgh Agreement.
Monday 31 December 2012