Jo Coburn presents the latest political news and is joined by Baroness Neuberger.
Stephen McCauley talks with SOAK, aka singer-songwriter Bridie Monds-Watson.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
1/3 Angus Deayton and Mariella Frostrup take on Madagascar's roads at the end of rainy season. (R)
The parents of two year old Raj face an unimaginable dilemma. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
2/10 How Britain's increasingly affluent population took advantage of leisure opportunities. (R)
The essential business news live from Singapore.
BBC World News
Actress and writer Rashida Jones sets out to find out more about her grandmother Rita.
BBC One Scotland, Scotland HD only
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
House of Lords business from Tuesday 5 March.
1/12 John Bly investigates the Kimbolton Cabinet, an exquisite piece of English furniture. (R)
2/12 An exploration of Viking culture and its long-lasting influence on the British Isles. (R)
8/8 Back in the UK, parents and teens talk about their experiences, plus series highlights. (R)
Andrew Hussey looks at the art and history of an extraordinary French institution. (R)
5/6 Nigel and his match Ellisa embark on a whirlwind romance, but is it too much too soon? (R)
Filmed in 2010, Stephen Sackur talks to the former President of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez.
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.
27/80 Martin and Lucy visit properties in Cornwall, Ashford and Northumberland. (R)
17/20 A benefit cheat tries to avoid paying back what he owes a council. (R)
12/15 Joe returns to the West Sussex coast to see how Andrew and Catherine have been getting on. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
13/15 Featuring a solicitor-turned-sculptor and a retired police officer. (R)
2/4 Warwick Davis, Duncan Bannatyne, Simon Reeve and Andy Akinwolere compete in the baking. (R)
Highlights of Tuesday 5th March in Parliament presented by Alicia McCarthy.
3/20 The search for heirs to a Welsh school site reveals a connection to a former US president.
Conservative MP Caroline Spelman introducing her Property Blight Compensation Bill.
Includes evidence from Sir Mervyn King and Andrew Bailey.
28/80 Martin and Lucy visit properties in Balham, County Durham and Mid Glamorgan. (R)
2/6 Michel Roux Jr, Kate Goodman and Mary Berry create the perfect afternoon tea. (R)
35/38 See Hear enters the world of forensic lipreading.
18/20 Officers at Southwark Council unwittingly uncover evidence of benefit fraud.
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn are joined by Ed Vaizey and Mary Creagh.
Live coverage of questions in the House of Commons to the Northern Ireland Secretary.
13/15 Joe visits a Lincolnshire couple who made an impulse decision to buy a derelict barn.
Live coverage of questions in the House of Commons to prime minister David Cameron.
29/32 Tim and the teams are in Norfolk with experts Catherine Southon and Jonathon Pratt.
Coverage of the day's proceedings in the House of Commons.
2/15 Another chance to see the best One Show films, presented by reporters from around the UK. (R)
8/15 Featuring miners' cottages on the Stiperstones and Stokesay Court in Shropshire. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
Coverage of some of the day's debates in the Scottish Parliament.
2/8 Championing the use of British-grown peas and rhubarb with several delicious recipes. (R)
Jules Hudson is in Devon helping a couple leave the Surrey suburbs for pastures new. (R)
7/12 Some species have overcome the force of gravity to fly through the air. (R)
24/75 Aled Jones helps a retired couple with a love of trains find a home in Northamptonshire. (R)
13/30 Seasoned auctioneers Catherine Southon and Mark Stacey head to Rayleigh in Essex.
13/26 Finds include a belt clasp connecting Annie Oakley with Queen Victoria. (R)
19/20 Simon O'Brien tries not to throw the towel in when fitting a bath at building college. (R)
10/11 Darryl Grimason revisits his childhood as he goes rock pooling near Newcastle, Co Down. (R)
A party political broadcast by the Scottish Labour Party.
A party political broadcast by the Labour Party.
BBC Two England only
A Party Political Broadcast by the Welsh Labour Party.
BBC Two Wales only
3/8 How the Norman Conquest shaped Britain following the Battle of Hastings. (R)
2/5 Ellie Harrison is in the Lake District, finding out about a rare Arctic winter resident.
BBC Two Northern Ireland, Scotland only
3/5 Ellie Harrison visits Britain's forests, looking at charcoal creation and tree planting.
BBC Two England, Wales only
BBC One except HD, Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD, Scotland, Scotland HD, Wales, Wales HD
BBC One Wales, Wales HD only
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Olivia Newton John and Billy Bragg.
7/7 Highlights from the series about life for newly-qualified doctors in a Liverpool hospital. (R)
3/6 A' toirt sùil air Taighean-Sholais air feadh Alba. Series about Scotland's lighthouses. (R)
18/25 Michael goes whelk fishing in Whitstable. (R)
28/45 The three Northern Ireland chefs prepare their main course.
Live coverage of the evening's proceedings in the House of Lords.
7/8 Adam makes some intriguing discoveries for his book about Elizabethan Sissinghurst. (R)
6/6 The Bikers pick up some insider secrets from king of foraging, David Everitt-Matthias.
11/12 In Liverpool, the panel tackles issues of addiction. Is it a medical or criminal issue?
13/16 Another edition of Eorpa reporting on the most interesting stories from around Europe.
13/13 How the Highlands' moorland and forest are both crucial to their wild inhabitants.
13/15 The man who turned detective to catch the faker who stole his identity and £7,000.
The story of one Roma family as they try to make a life for themselves in France.
Michael Grade sets out to discover whether jokes come and go with the passing of time.
Documentary looking at child poverty in America, which has reached record levels.
5/6 Ladies' man Jamie is convinced drag queen Belinda Scandal can help him to become a singer.
4/6 Stories from Scotland's past, featuring tales from Islay and Barra. (R)
Alastair Sooke presents a cultural history of the oldest tube network in the world.
Enda McClafferty investigates the scale of electricity fraud across the country. (R)
3/6 Stephen Nolan accompanies concentration camp survivor Kitty-Hart Moxon back to Auschwitz.
Documentary about the life and work of comedian Tommy Cooper. (R)
Highlights of Wednesday 6 March in Parliament presented by Alicia McCarthy.
3/6 A simple task leads to a meltdown, and a late night exercise reduces everyone to tears.
Danny Leigh explores the elemental drama of the boxing movie. (R)
4/6 The West Coast Mainline is the busiest route in Europe, linking London to Glasgow. (R)
11/40 Cathy MacDonald goes to London for a fun packed day with top Scottish actor Bill Paterson. (R)
Questions to prime minister David Cameron from Wednesday 6 March.
3/3 After touring Europe, Waldemar Januszczak brings the Baroque home to England. (R)
35/38 See Hear enters the world of forensic lipreading. (R)
A look at York Minster's East Window, the UK's largest medieval stained-glass window. (R)
5/6 Ladies' man Jamie is convinced drag queen Belinda Scandal can help him to become a singer. (R)
House of Lords business from Wednesday 6 March.
13/13 How the Highlands' moorland and forest are both crucial to their wild inhabitants. (R)
11/12 In Liverpool, the panel tackles issues of addiction. Is it a medical or criminal issue? (R)
Michael Grade sets out to discover whether jokes come and go with the passing of time. (R)
Zeinab Badawi speaks with Zimbabwean Anglican Bishop Julius Makoni.
Thursday 7 March 2013