Documentary surveying the life and times of singer/actor/activist Harry Belafonte. (R)
Weekly programme looking back at the week in Westminster with Keith Macdougall.
Tom Brook interviews Robert Redford, the founding father of the Sundance Film Festival.
BBC World News
Documentary following the enduring English folk-rock pioneers Fairport Convention. (R)
Coverage of President Obama's inauguration in Washington D.C., from Monday 21 January.
David Cameron's speech on Europe, from Wednesday 23 January.
1/10 Evan Davis and guests explore the ups and downs of running a family business. (R)
BBC News Channel
Foreign correspondents based in London give their views on the week's international news.
3/8 Kieran from Norwich and Natasha from Southend head for a week of partying on Zante. (R)
Douglas Alexander's speech on Europe, from Thursday 17 January.
Recorded at the World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos.
1/3 How the Romans pioneered an artistic style of warts 'n' all realism during the Republic. (R)
How San Francisco residents are overcoming the city's public transport woes. (R)
How San Francisco residents are overcoming the city's public transport woes.
1/10 Evan Davis and guests explore the ups and downs of running a family business.
An indispensable guide to the big stories to watch out for in the week ahead.
House of Commons proceedings in Westminster Hall including, from Wednesday 23 January.
The latest news about travel, from the industry itself to deals and destinations.
A weekly showcase of the best reports from the BBC's global network of correspondents.
3/4 Carol prepares her garlic for spring planting and prunes the late-flowering clematis. (R)
4/25 Carol explores subjects that all begin with the letter D. (R)
Sophie Raworth is joined by guests including Daniel Day-Lewis and Nick Clegg.
The campaign to free Mandela ignites a worldwide crusade which brings apartheid to an end.
Revealing how the north of Spain produced some of the most dazzling art of the modern age.
Questions to prime minister David Cameron from Wednesday 23 January.
Matt Baker and Julia Bradbury head to Exmoor, where Julia learns about Alfred Vowles. (R)
Prince Harry speaks about his military role, the press and his future.
2/6 Nick Crane is on a fishing expedition on board one of the last remaining Brixham trawlers. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
1/4 Comic Relief takes over the Great British Bake Off tent. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
Highlights of the week in politics in the USA from C-SPAN.
Evan Davis and guests explore the ups and downs of running a family business.
Andrew Neill and Carl Roberts with the political issues shaping all our lives in Wales.
BBC One Wales only
Andrew Neil and Andrew Kerr with the latest political news, interviews and debate.
BBC One Scotland, Scotland HD only
Mark Carruthers looks at the political developments of the week.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
Andrew Neil and Tim Donovan with the latest political news, interviews and debate.
BBC One London only
Andrew Neil and Etholle George with the latest political news, interviews and debate.
BBC One Cambridgeshire, East only
Andrew Neil and Arif Ansari with the latest political news, interviews and debate.
BBC One North West only
Andrew Neil and Patrick Burns with the latest political news, interviews and debate.
BBC One West Midlands only
Andrew Neil and Tim Iredale with the latest political news, interviews and debate.
BBC One Yorkshire only
Andrew Neil and Richard Moss with the latest political news, interviews and debate.
BBC One North East & Cumbria only
Andrew Neil and Peter Henley with the latest political news, interviews and debate.
BBC One Oxfordshire, South only
Andrew Neil and David Garmston with the latest political news, interviews and debate.
BBC One West only
Andrew Neil and Martyn Oates with the latest political news, interviews and debate.
BBC One Channel Islands, South West only
Andrew Neil and Julia George with the latest political news, interviews and debate.
BBC One South East only
BBC One Yorks & Lincs only
Andrew Neil and Marie Ashby with the latest political news, interviews and debate.
BBC One East Midlands only
Andrew Neil interviews David Lidington and Rachel Reeves.
BBC One HD only
2/4 Warwick Davis, Duncan Bannatyne, Simon Reeve and Andy Akinwolere compete in the baking. (R)
C-SPAN interviews with leading figures on the American political scene and viewers' calls.
4/10 Valentine Warner goes stalking for deer and Ainsley Harriot champions British mustard. (R)
22/25 The team look for antiques in the Welsh town of Monmouth. (R)
Tom Brook interviews Robert Redford, the founding father of the Sundance Film Festival. (R)
In this episode of Horizons, Saima Mohsin visits Disaster City in Texas
4/10 Paul Martin meets a silversmith at the top of his game. (R)
Nigel demonstrates how to make bountiful feasts with apparently few ingredients. (R)
BBC One except Scotland, Scotland HD
3/3 The renovation work could spell disaster for Chatsworth's wedding season. (R)
4/15 Four cooks prepare dishes including Spanish paella and apple tarte tatin. (R)
4/4 The story of the politician who won over the medical establishment to create the NHS. (R)
4/6 David Attenborough reveals the vibrant environment of southern Africa. (R)
BBC One except Scotland, Scotland HD, Wales
4/4 Iolo enjoys close encounters with wildlife at the Stackpole estate in Pembrokeshire.
Mark D'Arcy speaks to academic Dr Chris Ballinger.
1/2 Orphaned baby kangaroos are raised by a tough Aussie in the outback.
BBC Two England, Northern Ireland only
The panel includes Ian Hislop, Anna Soubry, Ben Bradshaw, Ming Campbell and Angela Epstein
Local, national and international news. (R)
2/3 Kate Humble gets closer to the Sun than she has ever been before. (R)
Choosing between the family business and going it alone.
BBC Two Wales only
7/12 How Antarctica fired the imagination of explorers, scientists, writers and photographers. (R)
3/3 A look at British woodwork from the Middle Ages, an era with wonders that still astound. (R)
Matt Baker and John Craven head to South Wales.
BBC One except Scotland
Radio 1's Scott Mills presents a countdown to the best episode ever, as chosen by viewers. (R)
The Defence select committee session, from Wednesday 23 January.
The team journey around the breathtaking shoreline of East Anglia. (R)
1/7 Jeremy Clarkson attempts to build a car that is even smaller than the famous Peel P50.
3/10 Includes hits by T-Rex, Rod Stewart and Slade. (R)
3/9 Coverage of the sheepdog trial from Inverlochlarig Hill, Balquhidder. (R)
1/5 Professor Brian Cox journeys to South-East Asia to understand how life first began.
The Foreign Affairs select committee, from Tuesday 22 January.
Mark Knopfler talks about how his songs have been influenced by his life and roots. (R)
Lively debate with Declan Curry and the top entrepreneurs about who's making money. (R)
3/3 Sir Chris Hoy tells the story of Britain's first ever World Rally Champion, Colin McRae.
Film which gets under the skin of the current party drugs of mephedrone, ketamine and GHB. (R)
One woman's extraordinary testimony of her survival through the genocidal horrors of WWII.
BBC One except Wales
Tim Rogers examines the Welsh governement's tuition fees policy.
1/4 Revealing the fascinating story of how Britain harnessed power through technology.
The story of one of the biggest-selling bands of all time, told in their own words. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
Questions in the Scottish Parliament to First Minister Alex Salmond, from 24 January.
The essential business news live from Singapore.
7/11 The teams are tasked with creating a celebrity workout class for a fitness centre chain.
James Holland takes a fresh look a the battle for Malta during the Second World War. (R)
2/3 Tracing the development of the railways from simple tracks to a truly national network. (R)
A look at 1959 albums by Miles Davis, Dave Brubeck, Charles Mingus and Ornette Coleman. (R)
2/11 Darryl Grimason finds out more about what lies on the seabed off Rathlin Island. (R)
Documentary on the London venue opened in 1959 and now the heartbeat of British jazz. (R)
House of Commons proceedings in Westminster Hall from Tuesday 22 January.
Stephen Sackur talks to Sir Nigel Sheinwald, formerly the UK's top diplomat at the EU.
Monday 28 January 2013