Kirsty Wark tells the story of the self-effacing collector William Burrell. (R)
A look at Germany's automobile industry, the heart of its economic power. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
Backbench debate in the House of Commons on anti-government forces in Syria, from 11 July.
4/6 Will Tom's musical go to plan, and will waitress Helen impress at her photo shoot? (R)
The essential business news live from Singapore.
BBC World News
BBC Two Scotland only
Matthew Collings explores how Turner found inspiration in the waters of the Thames. (R)
2/3 Stacey Dooley investigates the growing yaba drug craze sweeping through Thailand. (R)
2/4 Francesco learns how to be a courtier in Urbino and goes grape harvesting in Chianti. (R)
The Select Committee session on what's next in reforming the upper chamber, from 13 June.
Sarah Montague speaks to George Papaconstantinou.
Recorded coverage of the Public Accounts Select Committee session from Monday 13 May.
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.
Mark D'Arcy talks to Jesse Norman about his book on the political philosopher Edmund Burke
Recorded coverage of Welsh Assembly proceedings, from Tuesday 2 July..
50/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Manchester, London and Plymouth. (R)
9/15 Police and paramedics work together after a collision on a motorway. (R)
Lord Steel delivers a lecture on Scotland in the Parliamentarians on Parliaments series.
9/20 Dom comes to the aid of a couple whose caravan is suffering from damp problems. (R)
Recorded coverage of a panel on the future of the EU, from Wednesday 5 June.
7/15 Police raid a house to arrest a burglar after finding his DNA on a cigarette at the scene. (R)
The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee's session on dangerous dogs legislation.
20/25 The search for heirs to Eleanor Pridmore uncovers a mining family hit by tragedy. (R)
51/80 Martin and Lucy visit properties in Stoke-on-Trent, Swanscombe and Mid Glamorgan. (R)
Nicholas Owen looks at the relationship between the railways and the politicians.
10/15 Series highlighting the immense challenges faced by emergency services in rural Britain. (R)
A speech by archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, from Friday 5 July.
10/20 Dom helps a woman who was hit with an unexpectedly large electricity bill. (R)
Mark D'Arcy in discussion with David Goodhart about his new book 'The British Dream'.
Debate on the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill, from Monday 3 June and Tuesday 4 June.
24/32 The teams are gathered together at the Newark Antique and Collectors' Fair.
9/15 Four cooks take on John's poached pear, and make favourites including chocolate lasagne. (R)
A look back at the tumultuous political events of 1963.
6/6 Coast explores the glorious diversity and delights offered by our beaches. (R)
A review of the parliamentary highlights at Westminster.
Nicki Chapman goes the distance to help a couple move from Southampton to Lanarkshire. (R)
3/3 A look at the creatures who travel for thousands of miles to visit the reef's warm waters. (R)
Mark D'Arcy talks to Lord Adonis about his book on the 2010 coalition negotiations.
6/20 The Watt family face the decision of whether to uproot their lives a second time. (R)
Questions in the House of Commons to prime minister David Cameron from Wednesday 17 July.
5/6 Dr Iain Stewart tells the story of man's 10,000-year battle to control water. (R)
10/30 Mark Stacey and Mark Franks face their greatest challenge yet - the Showdown. (R)
The Public Accounts select committee evidence on tax avoidance, from Thursday 16 May.
25/26 Michael Aspel takes the team to the Royal Horticultural Society gardens at Wisley. (R)
A special edition of Weekend World as part of Vietnam Direct presented by Rajan Datar.
Mark Kermode and Gavin Esler look at the week's film and DVD releases.
15/25 Michael Portillo explores the Victorian railway legacy behind Port Talbot steel works. (R)
BBC Two Wales only
5/15 Charlie Ross and Adam Partridge visit Lord's to investigate cricket's imperial past.
BBC Two except Wales
Cerys Matthews reveals the true story behind Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.
1/4 Featuring an unusual wedding and the lively Malt and Music Festival. (R)
6/8 Nigel gets the most out of a cut of ribs and a butternut squash. (R)
4/4 Eddie Butler visits Wrexham, the birthplace of football in Wales. (R)
Larry Sabato from the University of Virginia delivers the 2013 David Butler Lecture.
5/10 The miners' strike hits the UK and Robert Mugabe is honoured by Edinburgh University. (R)
12/18 The remaining celebrities cook a two-course meal judged by three previous finalists.
20/31 Carol Klein visits a collection of rare plants and Monty Don has advice on cutting hedges.
Questions in the Scottish Parliament to first minister Alex Salmond from 27 June.
Getting behind the issues of trade, business and economics in the Gulf.
Nick Higham talks to the writer behind one of the latest new books.
The defence lawyer for the last man hanged in Glasgow recalls the crime and trial. (R)
The story of the British world music revolution from the early 1980s to the present.
4/7 Becky and Chelsea's fun in Corfu is secretly monitored by Becky's strict father Chris. (R)
It is spring, and baby burrowers must get ready to take their first steps above ground.
Peter Snow debates Harold Wilson with Baroness Williams, Lord Donoughue and Lord Hurd.
Lord Alderdice delivers a lecture on Northern Ireland, from Tuesday 29 January.
Cathy MacDonald explores the Mearns, using the novel 'Sunset Song' as her guidebook. (R)
Highlights of a debate on the European Referendum, from Friday 5 July.
Pete Townshend opens his personal archive to revisit the Who's 1973 album Quadrophenia. (R)
The story of the plan to salvage a survival of World War Two from the English Channel. (R)
2/4 Looking at the 17th century, when religious conflict threatened musicians and monarchs. (R)
Bill Law investigates police reforms in Bahrain amidst allegations of brutality.
Mark D'Arcy in discussion with author Chris Skidmore.
Recorded coverage of European Parliament proceedings in Strasbourg, from Wednesday 3 July.
Click rides into Vietnam and meets the motorbike that phones its owner.
Novelist Alan Hollinghurst speaks to Razia Iqbal about his career to date.
The story of the British world music revolution from the early 1980s to the present. (R)
Sue Perkins and Charley Boorman travel across Alaska to the notorious Dalton Highway.
Barack Obama addresses Waterfront Hall ahead of the G8 Summit. From Monday 17 June.
Meeting Vietnamese workers from the very top to the bottom of the income scale.
13/13 Robert Webb is back with more silver screen slip-ups from recent hit movies. (R)
Questions in the Northern Ireland Assembly to first minister Peter Robinson, from 10 June.
Health Select Committee session on the Care Quality Commission, from Wednesday 3 July.
Presenter Rajan Datar travels across Vietnam.
Saturday 24 August 2013