2/4 How the steam locomotive, the internal combustion engine and the jet engine were invented. (R)
BBC Two Wales only
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn present coverage of Prime Minister's Questions.
5/15 Claudia and Danny review Hitchcock, Warm Bodies and I Give It a Year.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD, Wales, Wales HD only
7/10 William Roache sets out to learn about his grandmother, who ran a cafe in Alton Towers. (R)
BBC Two except Wales
1/6 Amber and Codie fly to Magaluf, and David takes his drag queen alter ego to the local pub. (R)
The essential business news live from Singapore.
BBC World News
Matthew Collings explores how Turner found inspiration in the waters of the Thames. (R)
31/38 Deafinitely Theatre celebrate a decade of groundbreaking deaf theatre. (R)
3/7 The doctors learn to deal with the realities of patients addicted to alcohol and drugs. (R)
House of Lords from Wednesday 6 February, including the Growth and Infrastructure Bill.
9/13 Steve Backshall looks at life in the oldest desert in the world, the Namib in Africa. (R)
1/6 The Year of Making Love experiment launches with Britain's biggest ever blind date. (R)
2/3 Danny Baker and his three guests explore the essential elements of a great pop album. (R)
Zeinab Badawi talks to Dr Mohammad Jawad, who has helped women disfigured by acid attacks.
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.
77/80 Martin and Lucy visit properties in London, Derby and Durham. (R)
3/10 The sheriffs try to find a landlord who did not pay his tenants their deposits back. (R)
The statement by David Cameron on failings at Stafford Hospital, from Wednesday 6 February
6/30 Clive revisits a young couple whose eye for a bargain left them at the mercy of a cowboy. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
4/10 Ex-professional wrestler Barbara-Ann Swan submits her work. (R)
Highlights of Wednesday 6 February in Parliament presented by Alicia McCarthy.
24/24 In the final of professional MasterChef there is just one challenge left. (R)
7/10 Nicki Chapman catches up with Sharon, four years after she spent a week in New Zealand.
Live questions to business, innovation and skills secretary Vince Cable and his team.
Stephen Sackur speaks to the leader of Hamas, Khaled Meshaal.
12/80 Martin and Lucy visit properties in Darlington, Kent and Greater Manchester. (R)
8/20 Officers provide burglars with their own rude awakening in a series of dawn raids. (R)
Live coverage of the announcement of commons business for the week ahead.
4/10 The sheriffs brave a huge rainstorm when they visit a pub on behalf of a former employee. (R)
Coverage of the day's proceedings in the House of Commons.
7/30 A retired couple's plans for the conservatory of their dreams descend into chaos.
Coverage of First Minister's Questions.
BBC Two Scotland only
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn present the latest political news, interviews and debate.
17/32 Tim Wonnacott and the teams visit Shepton Mallet Antiques and Collectors Fair. (R)
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Bruce Willis, Zoe Tapper and Adam Hills. (R)
The team journey to Saltburn, a resort founded by the Victorian entrepreneur Henry Pease. (R)
9/20 A look back to the 1920s and the heyday of British fishing. (R)
Rick visits Sri Lanka and discovers a wealth of hot and spicy vegetable curries. (R)
5/75 Jules Hudson goes on a £650,000 house hunt in Dorset. (R)
9/13 David Attenborough looks at the evolution of mammals from reptiles 200 million years ago. (R)
9/75 Jonnie Irwin heads to Dorset to help a creative couple buy their first property together. (R)
24/30 David Harper brushes shoulders with a TV classic on the latest leg of the road trip.
4/20 Will Michael Howlett succeed in building two eco-houses out of straw in Pembroke Dock? (R)
19/26 Exciting finds in Eston iclude a sculpted elephant by Eduardo Paolozzi and a 1930s robot. (R)
Debate in the House of Lords on the Lords from Thursday 7 February.
24/25 Michael Portillo discovers how harsh life was for the Irish poor.
5/6 Julia Bradbury discovers a railway that ran from Weymouth across Chesil Beach to Portland. (R)
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by actress, writer and comedian Maureen Lipman.
6/7 Jeremy, Richard and James hit Donington in three stripped-out track cars. (R)
2/5 Neil Jenkins reflects on a game that became a turning point in Welsh rugby.
3/6 A look at the islands of Islay, Jura, Colonsay and Gigha. (R)
The team are at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, to see how the sun affects our planet.
9/45 Will the winning dessert be a comedy custard pie, a chocolate dessert or doughnuts? (R)
9/45 Will the winning dessert be a comedy custard pie, a chocolate dessert or doughnuts?
The scientific breakthroughs that have transformed our understanding of the universe. (R)
2/8 An application to erect a chicken shed faces huge local objection in the Scottish Borders.
6/12 Party boy Luke wants to plan a classic Ibiza wedding for his bride-to-be Alex. (R)
A week in the life of the workers of the Lion Foundry in Kirkintilloch in December 1978.
3/3 Danny Baker and his three guests explore the essential elements of a great R&B album.
3/4 The genesis of the machines that allow us to talk to one another across the globe.
4/7 The doctors find it hard to balance a social life and the demanding hours at work.
Recorded coverage of Select Committee proceedings, from Monday 28 January.
4/4 In the deserts of coastal Peru, Jago Cooper explores the rise and fall of Chimor. (R)
Mark Carruthers review the week's political events from Stormont and Westminster.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
David Dimbleby chairs from Stirling. The panel includes Scottish Secretary Michael Moore.
BBC One except Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD
1/2 The series looks at stars including Sandie Shaw, Suzi Quatro and Siouxsie Sioux. (R)
Highlights of Thursday 7 February in Parliament presented by Alicia McCarthy.
Meet the families of two patients whose lives are hanging in the balance. (R)
Questions in the Scottish Parliament to the First Minister from Thursday 7 February.
With guests Miranda Green, David Baddiel and Jacob Rees-Mogg.
The team are at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, to see how the sun affects our planet. (R)
Dan Cruickshank explores the secrets of the bridges that have made London what it is. (R)
26/32 Featuring Murillo, Jonathan Miller, Bill Murray, Peter Zumthor and AlunaGeorge. (R)
4/7 The doctors find it hard to balance a social life and the demanding hours at work. (R)
Recorded coverage of business in the House of Lords on Thursday 7 February.
1/3 The story of two boys who dream of scaling the heights of Oxbridge university politics. (R)
Stephen Smith re-envisions the story of 20th-century American culture through the diner. (R)
3/3 Danny Baker and his three guests explore the essential elements of a great R&B album. (R)
The importance of looking after your customers.
Friday 8 February 2013