Simon Armitage traces the evolution of the Arthurian legend through medieval literature. (R)
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn celebrate the 10th anniversary of the programme.
1/2 Documentary following three teenage girls who are all surviving on under £10 a day. (R)
Poet Simon Armitage follows in the footsteps of one of his personal heroes, Odysseus. (R)
Stacey Dooley finds out what life is like for the thousands of Spanish workers in Magaluf. (R)
Recorded coverage of proceedings in the House of Lords from Wednesday 9 January.
3/3 Delegations come for the Olympics, Noma is in the ballroom and world leaders arrive daily. (R)
5/10 The story of British servicemen who had to make Germany home in the decades after WWII. (R)
8/24 The best four chefs showcase their skill to the UK's hardest to please restaurant critics. (R)
4/15 Matt hears how a retired postman had his savings taken away by boiler-room conmen. (R)
The latest business news, with reports from Singapore, Frankfurt, London and New York.
BBC News Channel
65/80 The properties featured are in Staffordshire, Essex and Cumbria. (R)
3/5 The team investigate stories about holidays and travel, with advice on driving in France. (R)
6/20 A West Midlands pensioner's hopes of building the kitchen she always dreamed of are dashed (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
Recorded coverage of questions in the House of Commons to prime minister David Cameron.
Highlights of Wednesday 9 January in Parliament presented by Alicia McCarthy.
7/20 Tracy Evans has a week to convince her family to share her dream of a move to Australia.
Live questions to the Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport Secretary, Maria Miller.
4/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Derby, Kent and Cumbria. (R)
Live coverage of the announcement of commons business for the week ahead.
4/5 Why many travellers hiring a car abroad have ended up paying for the same thing twice.
Includes a debate tabled by the Backbench Business Committee on dementia.
7/20 An Edinburgh couple with two young children are left living on a dangerous building site.
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn with the latest political news, interviews and debate.
Coverage of some of the day's debates in the Scottish Parliament.
BBC Two Scotland
27/32 The red and blue teams are bargain hunting at Wetherby Racecourse. (R)
34/75 Alistair Appleton takes on a very unusual property search in Gloucestershire.
4/5 Griff Rhys Jones is in London where he explores the River Lea. (R)
23/32 Tim Wonnacott keeps an eye on the teams as they hunt for bargains in Exeter. (R)
4/30 On the fourth leg of their road trip, Thomas Plant has a brush with showbiz.
20/30 A woman is badly hurt while watching her grand-daughter learn to rock climb. (R)
4/26 Michael Aspel and the experts find a posy ring with a macabre story at Glamis Castle. (R)
Debate on disability services for people from black and minority ethnic backgrounds.
4/25 Michael Portillo rides the stunning Severn Valley Railway across Victoria Bridge.
1/2 A team of scientists explain why the Store glacier of Greenland produces so many icebergs. (R)
Matt and Alex are joined by the gatekeeper of Room 101, Frank Skinner.
4/10 The team are trying to find the heirs to a rumoured £40,000 estate.
5/6 Colin MacLeod explores the links between language and landscape in North Uist. (R)
Sir Patrick Moore offers advice to those who are discovering astronomy for the first time.
1/3 Helen Castor looks at the lives of Matilda and her daughter-in-law, Eleanor of Aquitaine. (R)
5/6 Dara and Brian discuss meteors, asteroids and comets and their surprising secrets.
Debate on the decline in the honey bee population in the UK, from Thursday 10 January.
Two programmes from the BBC series 'The British Connection' about Clydebank and Kelso.
1/3 How Chippendale was ruined by the aristocrats for whom he had created wonderful furniture.
6/6 Brian, Dara and their guests return to celebrate all things astronomical.
3/3 The team returns in September and finds the polar bears are having a tough time.
Questions in the Welsh Assembly to first minister Carwyn Jones from Tuesday 8 January.
The tale of Yousef who left his family in Palestine to start a new life for them in the US (R)
Recorded coverage of Lords Questions on Tuesday 10 January.
Tara Mills reviews the week's political events from Stormont and Westminster.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
On the panel are: Ed Davey, Lord Prescott, Nadine Dorries, John Bird and Camilla Cavendish
BBC One except Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD
8/12 How the tram liberated overcrowded cities and ushered in the age of the commuter. (R)
Highlights of Thursday 10 January in Parliament presented by Keith Macdougall.
1/2 A look at the amateur engineers who are on a quest to hold a Bonneville record.
Interview with singer, writer, and broadcaster Anne Lorne Gillies. (R)
Questions in the Scottish Parliament to the First Minister from Thursday 10 January.
Andrew Neil is joined by Janet Street-Porter, Quentin Letts, and Amy Lamé.
1/2 Richard E Grant follows in the footsteps of artists who have painted on the Cote d'Azur. (R)
7/10 The team go to Huntingdon to transform a house into a home for Julie's supersized family. (R)
Michael Scott uncovers the secrets of the Greek oracle at Delphi. (R)
With statements on Northern Ireland and Syria, and a debate on the decline in honey bees.
A look through the archives to see how horses and dogs are an integral part of rural life. (R)
2/12 How luxury hotels have met the needs of new forms of wealth with innovation and service. (R)
7/25 The team travel to Cornwall, where items include a ring with a grim family story. (R)
1/3 How Chippendale was ruined by the aristocrats for whom he had created wonderful furniture. (R)
5/15 Matt meets a lady who was persuaded to hand over thousands of pounds for worthless land. (R)
Friday 11 January 2013