Recorded coverage of proceedings in the Welsh Assembly on Tuesday 19 February.
3/3 Paul Martin travels to the Norman fortress of Berkeley Castle in Gloucestershire. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
Clemency Burton-Hill reveals the story of the black British swing musicians of the 1930s. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
Hollywood legend Martin Sheen explores both sides of his European ancestry.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD, Scotland, Scotland HD only
7/8 Londoner Ashleigh and Bolton boy Tom hit Ayia Napa for booze, dancing and independence. (R)
The essential business news live from Singapore.
BBC World News
Current artists recreate the session that resulted in the Beatles album Please Please Me. (R)
2/3 How music came under state control in the 1930s and serialism took over after the war. (R)
Stephen Sackur meets Timo Soini, leader of the nationalist party known as the True Finns.
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.
17/80 Martin and Lucy visit properties in Tyne and Wear, London and Salford. (R)
7/20 Matt meets the Croydon fraud investigators hot on the trail of a £47,000 benefit cheat. (R)
2/15 Joe returns to Twickenham to see how Karen and Jeremy are coping with their renovation. (R)
3/15 An oil on canvas piece entitled 'National Anthem' goes before the hanging committee. (R)
1/6 Island newcomer Reverend Gill Nicholls is learning fast about island life. (R)
Recorded coverage of the Public Bill committee from Tuesday 12 February.
6/10 Nicki Chapman meets the Bristow family from Hertfordshire, who moved to Australia. (R)
4/30 Objects under the cameras include a bracelet once worn by a princess with a tragic story.
18/80 Martin and Lucy visit properties in North Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire and Kent. (R)
33/38 See Hear pays tribute to iconic sign poet Dot Miles.
8/20 Investigators discover the truth behind a jet-setting couple's lavish lifestyle.
3/15 Joe returns to a Cotswolds village to view progress on a 300-year-old thatched cottage.
Questions in the Welsh Assembly to first minister Carwyn Jones from Tuesday 19 February.
23/32 Oswestry Showground plays host to two more teams of bargain hunters.
Presenter Gethin Jones makes an appeal on behalf of Renewable World. (R)
Ten Minute Rule Bill on gift vouchers and company insolvency, from Tuesday 12 February.
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by actor, director and producer Danny DeVito. (R)
Coverage of an event on heroes and villains in political novels, from Monday 4 February.
18/20 Melvyn Bragg is in Sheringham in Norfolk to look at the final years of steam railways. (R)
Coverage of the day's proceedings in the Scottish Parliament.
Coverage of some of the day's debates in the Scottish Parliament.
4/6 Rick arrives in Corfu where he’s invited to a family feast. (R)
27/75 Alistair Appleton helps a couple find a country home along the Essex/Suffolk border. (R)
5/6 A journey around the coast of the United Kingdom. (R)
9/31 A visit to the Atlantic shore of Ireland's northwest coast.
3/30 David Harper and Paul Hayes compete at Wotton Auction Rooms in Gloucestershire.
8/10 The team come face-to-face with the threats that the amazing Madagascan reef is facing.
Recorded coverage of the Public Bill committee from Thursday 14 February.
8/15 The experts reveal what to look out for with jewellery, watches and fashion.
7/15 The team offers advice on buying and selling militaria.
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
BBC Two England, Wales only
Birds of a Feather stars Pauline Quirke, Linda Robson and Lesley Joseph are in the studio.
5/7 Jen must with the death of her favourite patient. A prisoner Emily is treating escapes. (R)
1/6 A' toirt sùil air Taighean-Sholais air feadh Alba. A look at Scotland's lighthouses. (R)
12/25 Michael Portillo visits the historic Durham Cathedral and takes a Dracula tour in Whitby. (R)
18/45 The North East chefs cook their main course for judge Jason Atherton.
Recorded coverage of proceedings in the Scottish Parliament on Wednesday 20 February.
5/8 Progress on the farm project is slow and Adam is growing impatient. (R)
4/6 The Bikers show how to create a gourmet party in lean times.
3/4 Angela Rippon meets the holidaymakers in need of some emergency medical attention.
8/12 Ex-footballer Steve tries to give bride-to-be Kaleigh the WAG wedding of her dreams. (R)
11/16 Another edition of Eorpa reporting on the most interesting stories from around Europe.
11/13 Steve Backshall plumbs the ocean depths to find an array of bizarre creatures.
Being 20 in the different countries of the Mediterranean. (R)
2/9 Paul Atterbury finds out why the great ocean liners made such a mark on the imagination. (R)
A mother receives the devastating news that her daughter has a malignant brain cancer.
1/2 Eddie Izzard explores the secrets of his mother's family history over 10,000 generations.
3/6 The Wakefield household becomes even noisier when the family's dogs have puppies.
2/6 Little known stories from Scotland's past. The story of 'Scotland's Diva' Mary Garden. (R)
Mark Kermode's antidote to the Oscars with Sam Mendes, Mads Mikkelsen and Alicia Vikander.
Storyville: Documentary about the radical online 'hacktivist' collective Anonymous.
1/6 Stephen Nolan meets Hugo Duncan and learns of a dark period in the performer's life.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
How Chris O'Neill was able to gamble away tens of thousands of pounds of public money.
BBC One Wales, Wales HD only
1/6 The parents and teenagers of three families confront their troubled relationships.
7/15 A discussion of all things Oscar, plus reviews of Cloud Atlas and To the Wonder.
BBC One except Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD, Wales, Wales HD
4/4 The story of the inventors who discovered how to reproduce still and moving images. (R)
9/40 Cathy MacDonald gets some first-class cooking tips from award-winning chef Martin Wishart. (R)
1/3 Waldemar Januszczak explores St Peter's in Rome, and details the birth of Baroque. (R)
33/38 See Hear pays tribute to iconic sign poet Dot Miles. (R)
How mankind's struggle with winter has been reflected in western art throughout the ages. (R)
3/6 The Wakefield household becomes even noisier when the family's dogs have puppies. (R)
2/3 Hugh Bonneville and Jessica Hynes take a road trip through Georgia. (R)
11/13 Steve Backshall plumbs the ocean depths to find an array of bizarre creatures. (R)
3/6 Single mother Olley hopes science will find her a man who will accept her and her family. (R)
HARDtalk speaks to anti-apartheid activist Mamphela Ramphele.
Thursday 21 February 2013