Including Members' Business on the Still Waiting campaign, from Thursday 30 May.
As Mark Bridger is found guilty of the murder of April Jones, the team investigates.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
From street urchin to knight of the realm: the life story of British actor Norman Wisdom. (R)
The essential business news live from Singapore.
BBC World News
Including a Scottish Government debate on transforming Scotland's railways, from 30 May.
Martha Kearney and guests review Baz Luhrmann's film version of The Great Gatsby. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
10/11 Darryl Grimason revisits his childhood as he goes rock pooling near Newcastle, Co Down. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
11/12 POD performs transformations on fake tan fan Jake and make-up loving Whitney. (R)
Rick Edwards investigates the disappearance and imprisonment of three girls in Cleveland. (R)
Proceedings in the Scottish Parliament on Thursday 30 May, including General Questions.
Questions in the Scottish Parliament to first minister Alex Salmond from 30 May.
'Appreneurs' trying to make money in a new market discuss the challenges with Evan Davis.
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.
63/100 A house in Cornwall, a 50s end-of-terrace in Wiltshire and a property in Swinton. (R)
9/10 Fiona Foster hears from two holidaymakers whose trips were grounded at the airport. (R)
Coverage of the Education Committee's session on school sports, from Tuesday 21 May.
14/30 In Southampton an extension goes badly wrong, throwing a young family into turmoil. (R)
14/25 Carol explores subjects that all begin with the letter N. (R)
19/25 Featured treasures include a valuable silver fruit bowl damaged in a domestic tiff. (R)
30/30 A man is hurled into the water when a bridge over a moorland river collapses.
House of Lords from 8 May, including the Humble Address to Her Majesty the Queen.
29/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Surrey, Kent and Cumbria.
The panel tackling questions in London includes Mehdi Hasan and Julian Fellowes. (R)
The first day of debate in the House of Lords on the Queen's Speech, from Thursday 9 May.
10/10 Fiona Foster hears from holidaymakers who did not have the right visas.
15/30 In Romford, Essex, Jonnie learns of a builder who made a mess of a garage construction.
21/32 Thomas Plant and Anita Manning try to keep the peace between two sets of in-laws.
8/10 Anne Robinson is joined by fashion editor Alexandra Shulman and actor Keith Allen. (R)
15/75 Nicki Chapman joins the house hunt with a retired couple of caravan owners. (R)
5/10 How viewers' home videos have revealed insights into animal behaviour. (R)
24/30 Si and Dave explore Essex where they cook a county favourite in Southend-on-Sea. (R)
5/12 Featuring Ryhope pumping station in Sunderland and Israel Newton boiler works in Bradford. (R)
3/5 David Attenborough takes a look at lizards and chameleons from around the world. (R)
25/30 Jonty Hearnden and John Cameron face the Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is showdown.
Paul takes time out to see what secrets are hidden behind the walls of Oxford Castle. (R)
Featuring a look at plans to shake-up specialist hospital care in South Wales.
Rajan Datar presents a lively look at viewers' comments on World News programmes.
Mark Kermode and Gavin Esler look at the week's film and DVD releases.
Mark Carruthers review the week's political events from Stormont and Westminster.
15/20 Michel Roux Jr challenges the students to cook one of his signature dishes.
The second day of debate in the House of Lords on the Queen's Speech, from Monday 13 May.
With Theo Randall, Michel Roux Jr. and Tom Kitchin. Plus a reunion at Buckingham Palace.
2/3 Tracing the development of the railways from simple tracks to a truly national network. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland, Wales only
3/3 Over just 50 years the railways grew from transporting coal to a vital part of the economy (R)
BBC Two England, HD only
9/26 Nick is at the Royal Botanical Gardens.
BBC Two Scotland only
9/12 Eilidh visits a community garden in Inverasdale and Calina helps with a problem pond. (R)
9/26 The team sample the atmosphere at Gardening Scotland.
2/4 Simon Russell Beale looks at the symphonies of Beethoven, Schubert, Berlioz and Liszt. (R)
3/4 Thousands of shoppers head the market at Christmas to purchase Wales's finest produce.
BBC One Wales, Wales HD only
11/13 Steve Backshall plumbs the ocean depths to find an array of bizarre creatures. (R)
1/8 An anxious Alexis has a caesarean section to deliver her long awaited baby.
11/31 Monty Don plants up summer bedding in the Jewel Garden.
Getting behind the issues of trade, business and economics in the Gulf.
9/9 After eight weeks of intensive lessons it is time to celebrate with a fancy dress party.
First-ever TV documentary about the legendary soul singer Otis Redding.
Revealing the reality of life for most Elizabethans, outside of life at court.
First-ever TV documentary about the legendary soul singer Otis Redding. (R)
7/8 Londoner Ashleigh and Bolton boy Tom hit Ayia Napa for booze, dancing and independence. (R)
The BBC's Frank Gardner witnesses first hand how lives are torn apart by gun crime.
The tech that's lighting up San Francisco. With tech news and web reviews.
11/11 Darryl Grimason joins a volunteer dive in the waters of Dundrum Bay. (R)
The story of the restoration of Henry VIII's warship, The Mary Rose.
BBC Two except Scotland
The third day of debate in the House of Lords on the Queen's Speech, from Tuesday 14 May.
Robert Hall tells the story of the restoration of Henry VIII's world famous ship.
4/6 Young mum Sherelle is determined to stay out of trouble for the sake of her son Cairell. (R)
Leo Johnson travels to the historic town of Zaruma in southwestern Ecuador.
The last leg of Simon Reeve's journey begins in Sumatra and ends in Australia.
1/10 The view from the top of business, featuring discussion with leading business people. (R)
The tension between oil exploration and the protection of significant heritage sites.
Saturday 1 June 2013