Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn with the latest political news, interviews and debate.
Andrew Neil is joined by Janet Street-Porter, Quentin Letts, and Amy Lamé.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
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)
1/2 Documentary following three teenage girls who are all surviving on under £10 a day. (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 he created such wonderful furniture for. (R)
5/15 Matt meets a lady who was persuaded to hand over thousands of pounds for worthless land. (R)
The latest business news, with reports from Singapore, Frankfurt, London and New York.
BBC News Channel
4/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Derby, Kent and Cumbria. (R)
4/5 Why many travellers hiring a car abroad have ended up paying for the same thing twice. (R)
7/20 An Edinburgh couple with two young children are left living on a dangerous building site. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
Highlights of Thursday 10 January in Parliament presented by Keith Macdougall.
8/20 Ty and Tasha Rogers have spent years planning and training for a move down under.
Questions in the Scottish Parliament to the First Minister from Thursday 10 January.
66/80 The properties featured are in Cornwall, Kent and County Durham.
Live coverage of the House of Lords debate on the report of the Leveson Inquiry.
5/5 The team investigate a hotel harassing holidaymakers for money they do not owe.
8/20 Clive revisits a Greenwich couple whose refurbishment plans were left in tatters.
Danny Finkelstein and Mary Ann Sieghart join Andrew Neil.
6/32 Tim Wonnacott visits the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.
Jonnie Irwin heads to Norfolk to help a house buying couple find their ideal rural home.
5/5 The end of his journey takes Griff to East Anglia, the part of the country he knows best. (R)
24/32 Thomas Plant and David Harper help the teams in Derby. (R)
5/30 Philip Serrell and Thomas Plant make some unlikely purchases on their last road trip.
5/30 The team performs surgery in the air after a horse rider is injured in a freak accident. (R)
5/26 Michael Aspel recounts stories of the Queen Mother's early life at Glamis Castle. (R)
Tara Mills reviews the week's political events from Stormont and Westminster.
5/25 Michael Portillo travels to the Victorian seaside resort of Aberystwyth.
Session on the manipulation of the Libor rate, from Thursday 10 January.
2/2 A team of explorers and scientists investigate the forces that destroy icebergs. (R)
Chris Evans and Alex Jones are joined by Vernon Kay. Plus, how to see the Aurora Borealis.
5/10 The team trace a family history stretching from 19th century Canada to World War II.
1/3 Cruise company P&O gathers its entire fleet for a review by the Princess Royal.
BBC One Oxfordshire, South only
Documentary following classical music star Lang Lang as he tours China, the US and Europe.
1/10 Relive the stories in the headlines in 1970 with archive news footage and chart hits.
1/4 In summer the fragrance of lilies fills the garden, and glorious colour abounds.
1/3 Andrew and Giorgio begin in Emilia-Romagna, visiting Bologna, Ferrara, Modena and Parma.
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
Looking at the Irish people's relationship with the wolf from prehistory.
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
2/6 Alan Yentob gains an insight into the creative world of Dame Shirley Bassey. (R)
Nicholas Crane visits Bamburgh in Northumberland, whose castle sits on a basalt crag. (R)
Question answered in the House of Commons by health secretary Jeremy Hunt, from 8 January.
Kirsty Wark and guests discuss the cultural highlights of the new year.
1/8 Jemma from Burnley and Ashley from Cardiff head for a no-holds-barred holiday in Magaluf. (R)
Weekly programme looking back at the week in Westminster with Alicia McCarthy.
A revealing look at the long and remarkable career of Petula Clark. (R)
Sir Patrick Moore offers advice to those who are discovering astronomy for the first time. (R)
Paddy O'Connell presents a lively look at viewers' comments on World News programmes.
BBC World News
3/6 Dara and guests turn their attentions to life, death and extinction. (R)
All born dirt-poor, see how China's billionaires spend their money.
2/10 Gregg Wallace sets out to uncover the mystery of his great-grandfather. (R)
Athletes and activists hit white South Africa where it hurts - on the playing field.
Click comes from the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Questions in the House of Commons to the home secretary Theresa May, from Monday 7 January
1/3 An exploration of Queen Victoria's tempestuous relationship with Prince Albert. (R)
Weekly programme looking back at the week in Westminster with Alicia McCarthy. (R)
This time on Horizons Adam Shaw finds out how Nanotechnolgy is being used to detect breast
Stacey Dooley finds out what life is like for the thousands of Spanish workers in Magaluf. (R)
Questions to the deputy prime minister Nick Clegg, from Tuesday 8 January.
On the panel are: Ed Davey, Lord Prescott, Nadine Dorries, John Bird and Camilla Cavendish (R)
Andrew Graham-Dixon travels from Cordoba to Granada looking at Moorish art.
Guide to the latest gadgets, websites, games and computer industry news.
Questions to the secretary of state for culture, media and sport, from Thursday 10 January
Douglas Fraser reports on the global business success of whisky. (R)
Fast Track looks at the Bedouin sport of camel racing held in the Qatar desert.
Saturday 12 January 2013