3/12 Documentary which explores the history of the fairground using rarely-seen images. (R)
Andrew Neil, Jo Coburn are guests look at David Cameron's speech on Europe.
Soldiers who survived a deadly attack reveal how their lives are still haunted. (R)
The essential business news live from Singapore.
BBC World News
3/15 Claudia Winkleman talks to director Steven Spielberg about his latest film Lincoln.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
4/12 Documentary which explores the history of the circus using rarely-seen images. (R)
5/6 Dara O Briain and his team of experts take a weird and wonderful look at the brain. (R)
1/7 The seven doctors discover that the first day on the job is a matter of life and death. (R)
David Cameron making a keynote speech on Britain's relationship with the European Union.
7/13 Why Canada's coastal forest is home to top predators like eagles, bears and wolves. (R)
2/3 Visiting the village awash with tiny crabs and a town that woke up to an apocalyptic sky. (R)
House of Lords from Wednesday 23 January, including the Electoral Registration Bill.
7/10 A look at how the British have been in love with model railways for more than a century. (R)
29/38 Sam Dore checks out how effectively subtitles are being delivered in the cinema. (R)
Stephen Sackur speaks to one of the world's most influential investors, Mohamed El-Erian.
The latest business news, with reports from Singapore, Frankfurt, London and New York.
BBC News Channel
The latest business news with informed analysis from the world's financial centres.
71/80 Martin and Lucy visit properties in Wimbledon, County Durham and Kent. (R)
Recorded coverage of the urgent question in the House of Lords on cuts to the Armed Forces
Coverage of the Public Accounts Committee on consumer credit regulation, from 16 January.
8/15 Lawrence and Kev take on a window company on behalf of a former employee owed wages. (R)
16/20 A couple attempt to make their house more suitable for their family's special needs. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
9/15 Dom is called in by a man who is disputing his phone bill. (R)
Highlights of Wednesday 23 January in Parliament presented by Keith Macdougall.
16/24 The week's six best chefs must create a dish of their own invention. (R)
17/20 The Deveys spend a week in Auckland to see if New Zealand could offer them a better life.
Live questions to environment, food and rural affairs secretary Owen Paterson.
8/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Cumbria, Cardiff and Devon. (R)
2/20 Three kid goats are reunited with their mother after being snatched from a field. (R)
Live coverage of the announcement of commons business for the week ahead.
9/15 Sheriffs Lawrence and Kev go in search of money owed at an airport.
Backbench business debates on lowering the voting age and Holocaust Memorial Day.
17/20 An unwitting owner is about to be prosecuted by the council for a builder's unsafe work.
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn present the latest political news, interviews and debate.
First Minister's Questions followed by Daily Politics.
BBC Two Scotland only
3/32 Tim Wonnacott and his teams of bargain hunters descend on Anglesey in North Wales. (R)
Nicki Chapman travels through Scotland, helping a couple find their perfect country home.
1/32 Tim Wonnacott and the two teams hunt for antiques in the Lincolnshire town of Horncastle.
14/30 James Braxton learns about Faversham's 'explosive' history.
14/30 Paramedics risk all to save the victims of a crash involving a truck carrying gas.
9/26 Featured items include a mammoth teapot and a gruesome 18th-century mourning ring. (R)
Debate on the role of communities, the arts and creative industries for an Olympics legacy
14/25 Michael Portillo rides one of Scotland's most picturesque railways.
9/10 The team investigate the case of Arthur Jones who died leaving a 225,000 pounds estate.
Comedian and QI regular Alan Davies joins Matt and Alex in the studio.
3/7 James May gives his verdict on the Vauxhall Corsa VXR Nurburgring and the new Fiat Panda. (R)
9/10 The team investigate the case of Arthur Jones who died leaving a 225,000 pounds estate. (R)
BBC Two except Wales
1/6 Aerial photography of Skye and the small isles. (R)
1/4 The life of the actor who rose to prominence after depicting David Lloyd George. (R)
BBC Two Wales only
3/3 How the Tudor queens Jane, Mary and Elizabeth struggled with a crown made for a male head. (R)
4/4 Claudia Winkleman, Ed Byrne, Martha Kearney and Olympian Helen Glover compete.
11/12 Fun-loving prison officer Noel has three weeks to plan a wedding for his fiancee Jemma. (R)
Coverage of the debate in the House of Lords on the prospects for nuclear disarmament.
A look at the difficulties faced by those living on the remote Shetland island of Foula.
3/3 A look at British woodwork from the Middle Ages, an era with wonders that still astound.
1/4 Revealing the fascinating story of how Britain harnessed power through technology.
2/7 Tom is forced to think on his feet when his patient has a heart attack.
2/4 Jago Cooper visits Bolivia in search of Tiwanaku, the ruins of a monolithic temple city. (R)
A panel of guests discuss the inaugural UK City of Culture programme of events.
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
The story of the first Arab Druze woman to take part in the Miss Israel beauty contest. (R)
Recorded coverage of questions in the House of Lords, from Thursday 24 January.
Mark Carruthers review the week's political events from Stormont and Westminster.
The panel includes Ian Hislop, Anna Soubry, Ben Bradshaw, Ming Campbell and Angela Epstein
BBC One except Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD
7/12 How Antarctica fired the imagination of explorers, scientists, writers and photographers. (R)
Highlights of Thursday 24 January in Parliament presented by Keith Macdougall.
2/2 Mark Urban continues the story of men from the Fifth Royal Tank Regiment in World War II. (R)
Teacher, artist and language expert Colin Spencer in conversation with Donald Morrison. (R)
Questions in the Scottish Parliament to the First Minister from Thursday 24 January.
Shirley Williams, Neil Hamilton and Laura Kuenssberg join Andrew Neil and Michael Portillo
How mankind's struggle with winter has been reflected in western art throughout the ages. (R)
How mankind's struggle with winter has been reflected in western art throughout the ages.
2/7 Tom is forced to think on his feet when his patient has a heart attack. (R)
Recorded coverage of business in the House of Lords on Thursday 24 January.
24/32 A packed edition of the Culture Show featuring an interview with Kathryn Bigelow and more. (R)
Profile of singer/guitarist Glen Campbell, a story of success, disgrace and redemption. (R)
3/3 Examination of how Victoria's sons struggled to live up to Prince Albert's model of purity (R)
3/3 A look at British woodwork from the Middle Ages, an era with wonders that still astound. (R)
Choosing between the family business and going it alone.
Friday 25 January 2013