Andrew looks ahead to next month's budget and gets the latest on the horsemeat scandal.
Paddy O'Connell presents a lively look at viewers' comments on World News programmes.
BBC World News
Current artists recreate the session that resulted in the Beatles album Please Please Me. (R)
Evan Davis chairs a discussion providing insight into business from the people at the top.
Weekly programme looking back at the week in Westminster with Alicia McCarthy.
On the panel: Maria Miller, Mary Creagh, Susan Kramer, George Galloway and Fraser Nelson. (R)
BBC Two except Wales
The team try DIY computing - how easy is it to build something useful?
BBC News Channel
In this episode we profile some of the new digital rich.
Transport select committee on aviation strategy, from Monday 11 February.
This time on Horizons Adam Shaw visits the world's largest Eco City.
6/8 Two 19-year-old homebodies head off to the Greek party town of Kavos. (R)
Guide to the latest gadgets, websites, games and computer industry news.
9/13 Robert Webb reveals the greatest continuity foul-ups modern cinema has to offer. (R)
Questions to culture, media and sport secretary Maria Miller, from Thursday 14 February.
4/10 The view from the top of business, presenting a clearer view of the business world. (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.
House of Commons proceedings in Westminster Hall from Tuesday 12 February.
11/45 The curtain raises on the competition in the North West. (R)
12/45 The North West chefs cook their fish courses. (R)
13/45 The North West chefs cook their main course. (R)
14/45 The North West chefs get a final chance to impress with their dessert. (R)
This film follows a girl band for a year as they prepare to make their debut.
15/45 The two remaining North West chefs must cook their entire menus for the judges. (R)
James Martin is joined by top chefs Francesco Mazzei and Marcus Eaves.
6/7 How Henry VIII's passion for Anne Boleyn set in motion a tidal wave of religious upheaval. (R)
Recorded coverage of questions to the Northern Ireland First Minister from 11 February.
6/6 Julian Richards helps investigate a 19th century vault in the centre of Coventry. (R)
Recorded coverage including highlights of the debate on the Budget Bill for 2013-14.
6/6 Simon Hopkinson demonstrates how to make potato soup with soured cream and chives. (R)
7/8 Nicholas Crane explores Christopher Saxton's 1577 map of Norfolk. (R)
2/6 Anjum Anand heads to Leicester to help Michael Scott cook a curry for his rugby team. (R)
Paul Kenyon goes undercover with a gang smuggling illegal immigrants out of the UK.
Ten Minute Rule Bill on science, technology and engineering, from Wednesday 13 February.
Peter Snow presents archive programmes and a discussion on the first TV prime minister.
First interview with Harold Wilson after his election as Labour leader, from 1963.
Profile of Harold Wilson and Alec Douglas-Home on the election trail from 19 October 1964.
5/34 A retrospective of television appearances made by Hollywood legend John Wayne.
Duncan Smith meets Robin Wilson who recalls his life as the eldest son of Harold Wilson.
Harold Wilson's now-infamous pound in your pocket broadcast, from 19 November 1967.
A whistle-stop tour of the 1970 general election.
Documentary looking at Wilson's shadow cabinet in their first year of opposition.
Foreign correspondents based in London give their views on the week's international news.
Interview with Angela Pope (producer) and David Dimbleby (presenter) of the documentary.
A weekly showcase of the best reports from the BBC's global network of correspondents.
Extract from the referendum results programme, featuring David Dimbleby.
The team try DIY computing - how easy is it to build something useful? (R)
Harold Wilson's speech to the Labour Party Conference, from 30 September 1975.
1/6 Following the restoration of 17th century Grade II listed Welsh farmhouse, Coldbrook Farm. (R)
David Holmes interviews Harold Wilson following his shock resignation on 16 March 1976.
David Holmes looks back on his time as BBC political editor during the Wilson years.
8/15 Four cooks tackle John's pate and toast dish, and make favourites including prawn curry. (R)
Peter Snow debates Harold Wilson with Baroness Williams, Lord Donoughue and Lord Hurd.
6/14 Film providing a rare insight into the lives of bottlenose dolphins. (R)
13/23 Paul Martin is joined by experts Michael Baggott and Will Axon in Coventry Cathedral. (R)
BBC Two England, Scotland only
4/15 Paul Martin and the team of experts look at objects from Europe and the Far East.
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
BBC Two Wales only
4/11 Sir Harold Wilson MP presents this 1979 edition of the late night chat show.
5/6 From criminal cats to piano playing pugs, this is the news as never been seen before.
Clemency Burton-Hill reveals the story of the black British swing musicians of the 1930s.
Recorded coverage of the Health Select Committee session from Tuesday 12 February.
13/13 A look at London's wildlife, from badgers and foxes to seals and parakeets. (R)
2/6 Michel Roux Jr, Kate Goodman and Mary Berry create the perfect afternoon tea.
3/7 Jeremy, Richard and James engage in an epic race from Wembley to the San Siro in Milan. (R)
2/6 Little known stories from Scotland's past. The story of 'Scotland's Diva' Mary Garden. (R)
1/3 Edward III crushes the flower of French knighthood at the Battle of Crecy.
6/8 Finlay MacLeod in conversation with broadcaster Maggie Cunningham. (R)
1/3 Waldemar Januszczak explores St Peter's in Rome, and details the birth of Baroque. (R)
10/16 Another edition of Eorpa reporting on the most interesting stories from around Europe. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
10/10 Following a daring plan in South Africa to save rhinos by moving them by helicopter. (R)
10/10 Following a daring plan in South Africa to save rhinos by moving them by helicopter.
Mark D'Arcy in discussion with Lord Donoughue about his Downing Street Diaries.
Coverage of President Barack Obama making his annual State of the Union Address.
Goodall examines the 19th century craze for music that dealt with death and destiny.
A speech on income tax by Labour leader Ed Miliband, from Thursday 14 February.
2/3 Revealing the back room deals and negotiations of the stand-up comedy business.
BBC Two England only
A speech on Europe by former prime minister John Major, from Thursday 14 February.
Clemency Burton-Hill reveals the story of the black British swing musicians of the 1930s. (R)
10/16 Another edition of Eorpa reporting on the most interesting stories from around Europe.
4/11 Darryl Grimason swims in the fish factory off the Glens of Antrim. (R)
3/4 How singer-songwriter Lionel Richie achieved a dream of becoming 'as big as the Beatles'. (R)
Sunday 17 February 2013