A lecture given by Conservative MP Bill Cash on Parliament's relationship with Europe.
A weekly showcase of the best reports from the BBC's global network of correspondents.
BBC World News
Tom Brook previews the 85th annual Academy Awards ceremony.
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.
5/10 Evan Davis and guests discuss the challenges of doing business in and out of Africa. (R)
BBC News Channel
Foreign correspondents based in London give their views on the week's international news.
2/4 Documentary showing how Prince revolutionised the perception of black music in the 1980s. (R)
Recorded coverage of proceedings in the Welsh Assembly on Tuesday 19 February.
Richard Bilton investigates the bonus culture that drove one of Britain's biggest banks.
2/3 Waldemar Januszczak focuses on the route of the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela. (R)
Click gets its first taste of the Playstation 4, examining the new specs and the new games (R)
Guide to the latest gadgets, websites, games and computer industry news.
5/10 Evan Davis and guests discuss the challenges of doing business in and out of Africa.
An indispensable guide to the big stories to watch out for in the week ahead.
Recorded coverage of the Public Administration select committee from Tuesday 12 February.
The latest news about travel, from the industry itself to deals and destinations.
With evidence from HM Chief Inspector of Schools, Sir Michael Wilshaw, from 13 February.
3/6 In May and June, Carol is planting out sweet peas and staking perennials. (R)
8/25 Carol explores subjects that all begin with the letter H.
Guest presenter Jeremy Vine is joined by key political personalities and cultural figures.
James Martin takes a look back at some of his favourite recipes and best moments.
This week, we look at the increasing role of women in the creation of wealth and business.
Transport select committee on aviation strategy, from Monday 11 February.
Art Critic Andrew Graham-Dixon presents the best of the month's arts and culture news.
Adam Henson discovers the delights of the local food available right on his doorstep. (R)
BBC One except Oxfordshire, South
Peter Henley and some Eastleigh voters confront the candidates standing in the by-election
BBC One Oxfordshire, South only
1/10 The team joins a group of scientists and help track down two of the world's rarest lemurs. (R)
Highlights of the week in politics in the USA from C-SPAN.
Marlborough plays host to the antiques challenge, with Mark Stacey and Phillip Allwood. (R)
Evan Davis and guests discuss the challenges of doing business in and out of Africa.
C-SPAN interviews with leading figures on the American political scene and viewers' calls.
8/10 Monica Galetti flies the flag for British asparagus and Tom Kerridge champions cured ham. (R)
Adam Shaw visits Brazil to look at the bio-fortification of crops.
8/10 Paul Martin travels to St Ives to learn about the traditions of studio pottery. (R)
10/15 Four winning cooks face a taste test, before making dishes including sweet potato ravioli. (R)
Joint Committee on Human Rights session and the Justice and Security Bill, 12 February.
Documentary about the sporting and social impact of the Lions' 1974 tour to South Africa. (R)
BBC One Wales, Wales HD only
38/75 Jules Hudson helps two retired police officers swap their caravan for a rural residence. (R)
BBC One except Wales, Wales HD
BBC Two England, Scotland only
9/11 Darryl Grimason swims with sharks in his exploration of the coastline. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
BBC Two Wales only
10/15 The team share some trade secrets on when damage definitely doesn't have to mean disaster.
15/75 In Bognor Regis, Charlie Ross spots a diamond ring with an interesting history. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
2/6 David Attenborough looks at the unique and constantly changing landscape of East Africa. (R)
2/3 Newborn penguins are caught taking their first unsteady steps. (R)
4/4 Revellers take to the capital's rain-lashed streets for the inaugural Cardiff Mardi Gras.
2/6 Following the restoration of Sandford House in Scotland, designed by Baillie Scott. (R)
BBC Two except Wales
4/6 The Bikers show how to create a gourmet party in lean times. (R)
3/6 Michel Roux Jr, Kate Goodman and Jun Tunaka create the perfect burger. (R)
David Dimbleby chairs Question Time from St Paul's Cathedral in London.
1/8 Steve Backshall and his crew are looking for the ferocious great white shark.
BBC One except Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD
1/4 How invasion and conflict shaped Ulster's landscape until the end of the 17th century.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
BBC Two England only
Local, national and international news.
Petrochem CEO Yogesh Mehta travels to London to meet Charles Tyrwhitt CEO Nick Wheeler.
3/4 A look at cinemagazines such as Pathé Pictorial, Eve's Film Review and Pathétone Weekly. (R)
Matt Baker and Julia Bradbury are in Bristol, a city with the countryside on its doorstep.
Recorded coverage of the Public Bill committee from Tuesday 12 February.
1/6 The team starts in London and then explores the curious coast of Belgium. (R)
20/45 The two remaining North East chefs must cook their entire menus for the judges. (R)
2/6 Caman catches up with Inverary's David Macpherson as he reflects on his cancer diagnosis. (R)
Alastair Sooke tours the Roy Lichtenstein Retrospective and discusses his legacy.
5/7 Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond design a vehicle exclusively for the elderly.
7/10 Includes chart hits by Thin Lizzy, the Bee Gees Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. (R)
7/9 The first day of the 2012 International Sheepdog Trials, from Bonvilston, Cardiff. (R)
Documentary telling the story of the world's craziest race, the 9,000km Paris-Dakar rally.
5/5 Brian Cox considers what it is about our world that makes it a home for life.
Lively debate with Declan Curry and the top entrepreneurs about who's making money. (R)
9/10 Documentary looking at Britain's long and illustrious involvement with the martial arts.
Revealing the story behind the construction of Derry's 400-year-old city walls. (R)
From farm gate to your plate, just how much Welsh meat is eaten in Wales?
The life story of the legendary Leeds United and Juventus player John Charles. (R)
A film showing how swing music became the first worldwide pop phenomenon. (R)
3/6 The Wakefield household becomes even noisier when the family's dogs have puppies. (R)
Stephen McCauley talks with SOAK, aka singer-songwriter Bridie Monds-Watson.
The essential business news live from Singapore.
A mother receives the devastating news that her daughter has a malignant brain cancer. (R)
3/13 The teams have to organise and manage a doggy day care.
BBC One except Scotland, Scotland HD
4/13 The teams are asked to develop a viral video for a popcorn company.
BBC One Scotland, Scotland HD only
Recorded coverage of the Public Bill committee from Thursday 14 February.
7/8 Londoner Ashleigh and Bolton boy Tom hit Ayia Napa for booze, dancing and independence. (R)
Alastair Sooke tours the Roy Lichtenstein Retrospective and discusses his legacy. (R)
9/13 Robert Webb reveals the greatest continuity foul-ups modern cinema has to offer. (R)
Stephen Sackur speaks with the former US Republican Presidential candidate Jon Huntsman.
Professor Tim Bale talks about his book, The Conservatives Since 1945.
Monday 25 February 2013