Paddy O'Connell presents a lively look at viewers' comments on World News programmes.
BBC World News
Evan Davis and guests discuss the challenges of doing business in and out of Africa.
Evidence session with senior executives at Swiss bank UBS, from Wednesday 9 January.
A film showing how swing music became the first worldwide pop phenomenon. (R)
Click gets its first taste of the Playstation 4, examining the new specs and the new games
BBC News Channel
7/8 Londoner Ashleigh and Bolton boy Tom hit Ayia Napa for booze, dancing and independence. (R)
David Dimbleby chairs Question Time from St Paul's Cathedral in London. (R)
This week, we look at the increasing role of women in the creation of wealth and business.
Adam Shaw visits Brazil to look at the bio-fortification of crops.
4/4 Valery Gergiev explores one of the great cultural documents of Stalinist Russia. (R)
Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards session from Monday 14 January.
Guide to the latest gadgets, websites, games and computer industry news.
Art Critic Andrew Graham-Dixon presents the best of the month's arts and culture news.
5/10 Evan Davis and guests discuss the challenges of doing business in and out of Africa. (R)
The latest news about travel, from the industry itself to deals and destinations.
Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards session, from Tuesday 5 February.
Getting behind the issues of trade, business and economics in the Gulf.
16/45 The three North East chefs all want to top the leader board on day one with their starter. (R)
House of Commons proceedings in Westminster Hall from Tuesday 12 February.
17/45 The three North East chefs hope to impress with their fish courses. (R)
18/45 The North East chefs cook their main course for judge Jason Atherton. (R)
19/45 Which desserts will help get two North East chefs through to their regional final? (R)
20/45 The two remaining North East chefs must cook their entire menus for the judges. (R)
Richard Bilton investigates the bonus culture that drove one of Britain's biggest banks.
James Martin is joined by top chefs Simon Hulstone and Stephen Terry.
7/7 Simon Schama examines the relationship between Queen Elizabeth I and her cousin Mary. (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 21 February.
1/6 Julian Richards visits a team working on an Anglo-Saxon graveyard in Suffolk. (R)
The statement in the Scottish Parliament on horsemeat in the food chain from 19 February.
1/8 Nigel Slater explores one of the most successful culinary pairings - sweet and sour. (R)
8/8 Nicholas Crane uses an Ordnance Survey map to lead him safely through the Highlands. (R)
Recorded coverage of proceedings in the Scottish Parliament from Thursday 21 February.
5/6 Anjum helps Jonathon Readman cook a Goan feast for his mother-in-law. (R)
Tom Brook previews the 85th annual Academy Awards ceremony.
Four teams compete for bargains at the antiques stalls of the bustling Portobello Road. (R)
3/5 Tom Shanklin takes us back to 2005 and Wales's Six Nations win in Rome. (R)
BBC Two Wales only
6/34 A retrospective of television appearances made by Hollywood icon Tony Curtis.
Recorded coverage of proceedings in the Scottish Parliament on Wednesday 20 February.
Foreign correspondents based in London give their views on the week's international news.
Click gets its first taste of the Playstation 4, examining the new specs and the new games (R)
A retired British man takes on the tough challenge of the North Sea Beach Marathon. (R)
66/75 The team look for antiques on the Essex coast when they visit Southend-on-Sea. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
3/6 Michel Roux Jr, Kate Goodman and Jun Tunaka create the perfect burger. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
Recorded coverage of questions in the Northern Ireland Assembly from Monday 18 February.
Recorded coverage of Northern Ireland Assembly proceedings from Monday 18 February.
Recorded coverage of proceedings in the Northern Ireland Assembly on Monday 18 February.
Questions in the Welsh Assembly to first minister Carwyn Jones from Tuesday 19 February.
3/17 A portrait of a British river, chronicling the the wildlife that lives in and around it. (R)
4/7 Jeremy Clarkson and James May play a rather unusual game of rugby. (R)
BBC Two except Wales
3/6 In this episode, a look at Donald Munro, chamberlain of Lewis in the late 19th century. (R)
2/3 England loses the upper hand until Henry V turns the tide at the battle of Agincourt. (R)
Recorded coverage of proceedings in the Welsh Assembly on Tuesday 19 February.
A leisurely trip down the River Dart, through moor and heath into ancient oak woodland. (R)
2/3 Waldemar Januszczak focuses on the route of the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela. (R)
11/16 Another edition of Eorpa reporting on the most interesting stories from around Europe. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
Recorded coverage of proceedings in the Welsh Assembly, from Tuesday 19 February.
4/10 A year with Storm, the head of a wolf pack in Canada's frozen north. (R)
Featuring the snow-white oryx, the long-legged jerboa and glow-in-the-dark scorpions.
A lecture given by Conservative MP Bill Cash on Parliament's relationship with Europe.
Composer Howard Goodall looks at the period when modernism in music arrived.
The question and answer session held by David Cameron as part of his trade visit to India.
A speech by the deputy prime minister on decentralisation and regional growth.
3/3 Cameras follow novice comic Jimmy O entertaining audiences on board a cruise ship.
Guest singers include Billy Connolly and Rab Noakes. (R)
BBC Two England, Wales only
Documentary about the power of pop's most abiding artefact, the seven inch single. (R)
Carolyn Quinn discovers how Dickens was inspired by his time as a Westminster journalist.
11/16 Another edition of Eorpa reporting on the most interesting stories from around Europe.
2/4 Documentary showing how Prince revolutionised the perception of black music in the 1980s. (R)
Sunday 24 February 2013