Andrew Neil with the latest political news, interviews and debate.
Paddy O'Connell presents a lively look at viewers' comments on World News programmes.
BBC World News
Documentary chronicling our ever-changing love affair with the British singles chart. (R)
Examining the scandal at Stafford Hospital which provided appalling levels of care.
BBC News Channel
Evan Davis and guests explore the impact of the digital revolution on the book industry.
Weekly programme looking back at the week in Westminster with Alicia McCarthy.
How social networking and mobile phones are changing the way people find love online.
A new series that challenges assumptions about patterns of wealth in the 21st Century.
David Dimbleby chairs from Stirling. The panel includes Scottish Secretary Michael Moore. (R)
How the album changed popular music for ever between the mid 1960s and the late 1970s. (R)
The Foreign Affairs select committee session on the government's policy towards Europe.
Adam Shaw joins the Philadelphia Fire Department to trial the Quadrocopter.
5/8 Two 18-year-old boys with different lives head off to the Greek party island of Zante. (R)
Unique access to one of Syria's pro-regime TV channels in Damascus.
Guide to the latest gadgets, websites, games and computer industry news.
Recorded coverage of questions to Vince Cable and his ministerial team, from 7 February.
3/10 Evan Davis and guests explore the impact of the digital revolution on the book industry. (R)
The latest news about travel, from the industry itself to deals and destinations.
Getting behind the issues of trade, business and economics in the Gulf.
BBC World News except Europe
An in-depth look at the politics of Europe.
BBC World News Europe only
House of Commons proceedings in Westminster Hall from Tuesday 5 February.
6/45 Returning contenders Michael Smith, Tony Singh and Mark Greenaway compete. (R)
7/45 Returning contenders Michael Smith, Tony Singh and Mark Greenaway compete with fish. (R)
8/45 Will the winning main course be goat tagine, a beef dish or a duck dish? (R)
9/45 Will the winning dessert be a comedy custard pie, a chocolate dessert or doughnuts? (R)
10/45 Only one chef can make it through to the national finals to represent Scotland. (R)
The team are at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, to see how the sun affects our planet. (R)
James Martin celebrates Chinese New Year with help from chefs Ken Hom and Ching He Huang.
5/7 Simon Schama investigates the Black Death - the horror of medieval Britain. (R)
A weekly showcase of the best reports from the BBC's global network of correspondents.
Questions in the Scottish Parliament to the First Minister from Thursday 7 February.
5/6 Julian Richards joins a team examining the remains of two crouch burials in Bleadon. (R)
Coverage of the Stage 3 debate on the Budget (Scotland) Bill, from Wednesday 6 February.
5/6 Simon Hopkinson demonstrates how to make his famous chicken, and parmesan biscuits. (R)
6/8 Nicholas Crane examines William Smith's 1815 Geological Map of England and Wales. (R)
6/6 Anjum Anand catches up with those featured in the series. (R)
At an antiques fair in Gloucester Docks, two sets of teams try to find the best bargains. (R)
BBC One except Scotland
2/5 Neil Jenkins reflects on a game that became a turning point in Welsh rugby. (R)
BBC Two Wales only
Recorded coverage of questions in the Northern Ireland Assembly from Monday 4 February.
Recorded coverage of a debate on the National Crime Agency, from Monday 4 February.
Foreign correspondents based in London give their views on the week's international news.
How social networking and mobile phones are changing the way people find love online. (R)
Mary Berry charts her life from her WW2 childhood to her big break in 1960s London. (R)
BBC Two except Wales
Questions in the Welsh Assembly to first minister Carwyn Jones from Tuesday 5 February.
Leighton Andrews makes a statement on the Post-16 Planning and Funding Review.
Recorded coverage of a debate on road traffic casualties, from Wednesday 6 February.
Andrew Graham-Dixon visits some of the world's oldest works of art in Northern Spain.
BBC Two England, Northern Ireland only
Mark D'Arcy in discussion with Jack Straw about his autobiography Last Man Standing.
Andrew Neil with the latest news from Europe.
1/6 Michel Roux Jnr, Kate Goodman and Tom Kerridge set out to create the perfect roast. (R)
How the thousands of satellites orbiting the Earth have transformed the modern world. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
Recorded coverage of the session from Tuesday 5 February.
3/3 Steve Backshall descends into the crater of a giant extinct volcano in New Guinea. (R)
4/4 In the deserts of coastal Peru, Jago Cooper explores the rise and fall of Chimor. (R)
2/7 Touring western USA, the team takes in racing circuits and a dash against the police. (R)
9/16 Another edition of Eorpa reporting on the most interesting stories from around Europe.
3/3 Alastair Sooke charts the fall of the Roman Empire through some of its artistic treasures. (R)
9/10 In the jungles of Peru, the world's biggest otters must fight caiman to save their cubs.
BBC Two except Scotland
Lord Hannay of Chiswick on his diplomatic memoirs, Britain's Role in the World.
Howard Goodall looks at the age of Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert and Chopin.
Francois Hollande calls for more budgetary, social and tax integration in the EU.
Examining the scandal at Stafford Hospital which provided appalling levels of care. (R)
Documentary examining cockney duo Chas & Dave's rich, unsung pedigree in the music world. (R)
1/6 The Year of Making Love experiment launches with Britain's biggest ever blind date. (R)
Sunday 10 February 2013