Jo Coburn is joined by Kelvin MacKenzie, and discusses small majorities with MPs.
2/6 David Hasselhoff embarks on a spine-tingling trip to bring us his best horror film ever. (R)
The essential business news live from Singapore.
BBC World News
3/3 Charting Rome's rise from the neglect of the 14th century into the seat of the papacy. (R)
House of Lords from Monday 10 June, including the committee stage of the Care Bill.
5/6 Darryl Grimason travels to the north west for a hike to the top of Binevenagh mountain. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
A day in the life of the NHS. Looking at the UK's single biggest killer, heart disease. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
3/10 A look at films that examine the implications of Britain's identity as an island nation. (R)
1/5 Nev finds admin assistant Kayleigh a new boyfriend and tea-lady Hayley gets a gift. (R)
1/3 Professor Marcus du Sautoy explores measurement by looking at the metre and the second. (R)
1/3 Stacey Dooley meets the girls at 'Shock' - the only US prison boot camp for women. (R)
Is Mo Ibrahim's ambition of better governance for Africa being undermined from outside?
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.
69/100 Martin and Lucy visit properties in Bishop Auckland, Hythe and Chippenham. (R)
6/15 A family's home is ransacked, but police track down almost everything that was stolen. (R)
20/30 The team comes to the rescue of a Birkenhead couple trying to get an extension built. (R)
The statement by Ken Clarke on the Bilderberg Conference in Watford, from Monday 10 June.
7/15 Ed Baines and James Tanner sharpen their cooking knives at a Surrey gastro-pub. (R)
Recorded coverage of questions in the House of Lords, from Monday 10 June.
Highlights of Monday 10 June in Parliament presented by Kristiina Cooper.
6/8 The insurance companies who are increasingly reluctant to pay out. (R)
2/20 The team appeal for information about the drugs gang which terrorised an innocent nurse.
The Justice select committee session on the Government's plans to change legal aid.
70/100 Martin and Lucy visit properties in Cheshire, Wiltshire and Cornwall. (R)
6/6 Paul Hollywood shows how enriched breads can be a spectacular treat. (R)
7/15 Police raid a house to arrest a burglar after finding his DNA on a cigarette at the scene.
21/30 The team comes to the rescue of a York family left stranded by a vanishing builder.
Live coverage of questions to health secretary Jeremy Hunt and his ministerial team.
Jo Coburn is joined by Lord Michael Dobbs, author of the House of Cards political drama.
7/32 The antiques contest comes from the Staffordshire County Showground. (R)
The day's proceedings in the House of Commons, including the Children and Families Bill.
34/75 Jules Hudson helps a couple and their three-year-old daughter find a home for £450,000. (R)
BBC One except Northern Ireland, South
22/30 The bikers create mouth-watering dishes with rabbit, grouse and venison. (R)
27/30 Phil Serrell and David Harper hope to pop open some profits in France's Champagne region. (R)
The experts search for collectibles in Yeovil, Somerset. And Paul Martin visits a maltings (R)
BBC Two Wales only
Matt and Alex are joined by Status Quo stalwarts Francis Rossi and Rick Parfitt.
6/14 The candidates must put on a corporate away day for two major clients. (R)
1/4 Barbra Powrie tries to keep the street traffic free and the firemen put on a carnival. (R)
4/26 In this episode of the Scottish nature and wildlife series, we take a look at the salmon. (R)
13/30 James Lewis gets a great insight into Scotland's curling history. (R)
BBC Two except Wales
5/6 As summer arrives, the pressure is on Rob Penn to turn labour into profit in his wood. (R)
2/4 Ron must clear Tenby's three blue flag beaches of rubbish before the tourists arrive. (R)
Why hasn't science worked out how to predict when and where the next quake will happen? (R)
4/11 Groom Darnell must organise every detail of his upcoming wedding to Katie all by himself. (R)
10/12 The team delve into a rock pool to explore its hidden depths.
2/4 Songs inspired by the sea-shore.
The Health select committee session on emergency services and care, from Tuesday 4 June.
1/10 Donald MacSween and Catriona MacPhee present a series following sheepdog trials. (R)
How discovering the story of stars has transformed our own understanding of the universe. (R)
2/5 Nev needs to find a sales agent to represent the call centre in a nationwide competition.
4/4 Nicholas Crane visits the most westerly town in the UK, Enniskillen.
Writer and activist Elif Shafak speaks to HARDtalk. What is Turkey's unrest really about?
13/20 Inbheach òg le autism. Exploring options for a young adult with autism. (R)
Art critic Alastair Sooke asks what makes someone an artist and why do they do it?
How Aristotle's fieldwork on the island of Lesvos helped found the science of biology. (R)
The row over councils having to build more places for gypsies and travellers to live in.
BBC One Wales, Wales HD only
Highlights of Tuesday 11 June in Parliament presented by Alicia McCarthy.
Mark Carruthers looks at the day's events at the Assembly and Northern Ireland Executive.
4/6 Ceol is orain le luchd-ciuil 's seinneadairean Gaidhlig. Gaelic music and song. (R)
Recorded coverage of questions to first minister Carwyn Jones from Tuesday 11 June.
2/5 Nev needs to find a sales agent to represent the call centre in a nationwide competition. (R)
House of Lords from Tuesday 11 June, including the Offender Rehabilitation Bill.
1/2 Alex Polizzi catches up with Chough's Bakery in Cornwall. (R)
Sanjeev Kohli shows that maths is everywhere, even in the most unexpected places.
Wednesday 12 June 2013