Including the latest on the lobbying scandal with Francis Maude and Jim Murphy.
Lucie Green and Chris Lintott discuss stars and what happens to them when they die.
BBC One Wales, Wales HD only
First-ever TV documentary about the legendary soul singer Otis Redding. (R)
The essential business news live from Singapore.
BBC World News
Recorded coverage of MLAs debating epilepsy service provision, from Tuesday 28 May.
Tom Fort embarks on a 170-mile journey down Britain's third-longest river, the Trent. (R)
Robert Hall tells the story of the restoration of Henry VIII's world famous ship. (R)
BBC News Channel
An indispensable guide to the big stories to watch out for in the week ahead.
5/6 Ladies' man Jamie is convinced drag queen Belinda Scandal can help him to become a singer. (R)
Countryfile travels to Yorkshire and the Humber, with Matt out on the Humber estuary. (R)
2/4 Waldemar Januszczak looks at the art produced by the Huns, Vandals and Goths. (R)
Recorded coverage of House of Commons proceedings in Westminster Hall from Tuesday 21 May.
11/12 POD performs transformations on fake tan fan Jake and make-up loving Whitney. (R)
The debate in the European Parliament on the outcome of the European Council Summit.
Sarah Montague talks to Lindiwe Mazibuko, leader of Sth Africa's largest opposition party.
The latest business news, with reports from Singapore, Frankfurt, London and New York.
The latest business news with informed analysis from the world's financial centres.
Mark Carruthers review the week's political events from Stormont and Westminster.
29/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Surrey, Kent and Cumbria. (R)
Recorded coverage of questions to ministers in the Northern Ireland Assembly.
10/10 Fiona Foster hears from holidaymakers who did not have the right visas. (R)
15/30 In Romford, Essex, Jonnie learns of a builder who made a mess of a garage construction. (R)
1/15 Chefs Ed Baines and John Burton Race are challenged to cook on a vintage train. (R)
The debate in the Scottish Parliament on 'Transforming Scotland's Railways', from 30 May.
3/6 The team seek out the ideal locations to discover the pleasure of seaside leisure. (R)
6/20 Helimed 99 is the only hope of survival for a critically-injured nine-year-old boy. (R)
26/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Derby, Kent and Darlington.
1/6 Michel Roux Jnr, Kate Goodman and Tom Kerridge set out to create the perfect roast. (R)
The tech that's lighting up San Francisco. With tech news and web reviews. (R)
1/15 A woman comes home to find her front door open and burglars still in the house.
Questions in the Scottish Parliament to first minister Alex Salmond from 30 May.
16/30 A home owner's attempt to renovate her flat goes so badly wrong that she has to move out.
Highlights of the week in politics in the USA from C-SPAN.
The main political stories of the day, including the latest on lobbying.
22/32 Tim Wonnacott and the team are on a Bargain Hunt rally at Alexandra Palace.
2/15 The keepers get to grips with three very excitable young warthogs. (R)
20/75 Jonnie Irwin helps a couple and their autistic son find a home on the Isle of Wight. (R)
Live questions to communities and local government secretary Eric Pickles and his team.
6/10 Simon King goes on an urban safari. Cities are home to peregrine falcons and badgers. (R)
Coverage of the day's proceedings in the House of Commons.
25/30 Si and Dave explore Argyll and Bute where they cook a county favourite in Tarbet. (R)
6/12 Fred Dibnah visits a forge in Sheffield and watches crucible steel being produced. (R)
4/5 David Attenborough takes a look at the hunting methods of rattlesnakes and cobras. (R)
26/30 Philip Serrell and Christina Trevanion are at the Malvern Flea and Collectors Fair.
Flog It visits Portsmouth, home to the Royal Navy. (R)
16/20 Tom Kitchin puts his students through a last test before deciding who his protege will be.
With comedian Jo Brand and Olympic triathlon heroes Alistair and Jonathan Brownlee.
4/7 James May is in Florida where meets up with AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson. (R)
2/2 A look at how the king's art gives clues to what was going on inside Henry's head. (R)
6/6 Sreath air na Drobhairean Albannach. The drovers and drove roads of Scotland. (R)
1/6 Rob introduces pigs to clear bracken and brambles, and plans his tasks for the year. (R)
1/4 Doug Allan relives his remarkable career and Gordon Buchanan confronts a huge polar bear.
BBC One Scotland, Scotland HD only
Matt Allwright investigates food fraud in the UK, from fish and chips to takeaway pizza.
BBC One except Scotland, Scotland HD, Wales, Wales HD
Rachel meets a former steelworker talked into investing in expensive French wines.
2/10 How childhood was transformed by changes to the British educational system in the 1960s.
2/6 An 18-year-old who has just passed her test has a life threatening collision with a tree. (R)
5/12 Martin Hughes-Games reveals his top tips for tracking elusive deer.
13/20 Some of Scotland's toilet attendants await news of the Loo of the Year Awards.
The story of automata, ancient clockwork machines designed to mimic and recreate life.
David Dimbleby tells the story of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II.
4/5 Combat training and night attacks for the three surviving recruits. (R)
Documentary following horse whisperer Buck Brannaman who inspired a novel and film.
1/6 David Hasselhoff checks out what is needed to make a great action film.
Featuring Belfast band Bréag.
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
An update on the TV programme 'The British Connection', originally broadcast in 1978. (R)
3/4 On the beat with Neighbourhood Officers in Pontypridd. (R)
2/2 Following a team searching for Battle of the Atlantic wrecks off the coast of N Ireland.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
Highlights of Monday 3 June in Parliament, presented by Rebecca Keating.
Mark Carruthers looks at the day's events at the Assembly and Northern Ireland Executive.
2/3 Simon Sebag Montefiore charts Rome's rise to become the capital of Western Christendom. (R)
Recorded coverage of questions in the Northern Ireland Assembly on Monday 3 June.
2/3 In the aftermath of the Gunpowder Plot, Macbeth captures the anxiety of the time. (R)
1/6 David Hasselhoff checks out what is needed to make a great action film. (R)
Taking a look at the NHS beyond the hospital environment. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
House of Lords from Monday 3 June, including the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill.
2/10 How childhood was transformed by changes to the British educational system in the 1960s. (R)
The story of automata, ancient clockwork machines designed to mimic and recreate life. (R)
6/6 The Wakefields call in the ghost hunters to deal with their resident poltergeist. (R)
Zeinab Badawi speaks with Robert Fowler, former UN Special Representative to Niger.
Tuesday 4 June 2013