Lord Steel delivers a lecture on Scotland in the Parliamentarians on Parliaments series.
Getting behind the issues of trade, business and economics in the Gulf.
BBC World News
Recorded coverage of a panel on the future of the EU, from Wednesday 5 June.
A weekly showcase of the best reports from the BBC's global network of correspondents.
McCauley catches up with SOAK to review Sons & Daughters and Other Voices. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
The story of the plan to salvage a survival of World War Two from the English Channel. (R)
BBC News Channel
1/12 Stoke-on-Trent bad boy Levi plans the big day for his good-girl bride-to-be Jade. (R)
A look at Da Nang, a city trying to escape the horrors inflicted by the Vietnam War.
2/3 The cubs are now half-grown and very playful, learning the skills they'll need as adults. (R)
The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee's session on dangerous dogs legislation.
2/3 Stacey Dooley investigates the growing yaba drug craze sweeping through Thailand. (R)
Foreign correspondents based in London give their views on the week's international news.
2/3 Exploring the history of the world's master kilogramme and the race to replace it. (R)
This programme bids to uncover the secret of what makes Germans so successful.
Nicholas Owen looks at the relationship between the railways and the politicians.
A speech by archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, from Friday 5 July.
Click rides into Vietnam and meets the motorbike that phones its owner. (R)
Guide to the latest gadgets, websites, games and computer industry news.
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.
An indispensable guide to the big stories to watch out for in the week ahead.
A look back at the tumultuous political events of 1963.
5/10 Monty Don visits the most powerful nation in the world, the United States of America. (R)
A review of the parliamentary highlights at Westminster.
Presenter Rajan Datar travels across Vietnam.
20/31 Carol Klein visits a collection of rare plants and Monty Don has advice on cutting hedges. (R)
Mark D'Arcy talks to Lord Adonis about his book on the 2010 coalition negotiations.
Questions in the House of Commons to prime minister David Cameron from Wednesday 17 July.
18/26 Jim and Chris try to grow rambling roses, whilst Carole takes a look at chillies. (R)
The Public Accounts select committee evidence on tax avoidance, from Thursday 16 May.
James Martin takes a look back at some of his favourite recipes and best moments.
Meeting Vietnamese workers from the very top to the bottom of the income scale.
53/80 Martin and Lucy visit properties in Newcastle, Bristol and Stoke-on-Trent. (R)
1/5 In Hastings, Tony and Cyrus spice up locally caught fish and traditional fish and chips. (R)
Alastair Sooke and Dr Bendor Grosvenor explore the art in Venice, both old and new.
Larry Sabato from the University of Virginia delivers the 2013 David Butler Lecture.
Questions in the Scottish Parliament to first minister Alex Salmond from 27 June.
Novelist Alan Hollinghurst speaks to Razia Iqbal about his career to date.
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.
1/4 Gregg Wallace reveals how the supermarkets bring us our summer favourites. (R)
Highlights of a debate on the European Referendum, from Friday 5 July.
Sue Perkins and Charley Boorman travel across Alaska to the notorious Dalton Highway.
67/75 Denise Nurse helps a couple with a budget of £500,000 find a country home in Devon. (R)
Mark D'Arcy in discussion with author Chris Skidmore.
3/8 Britain's bonds with its Celtic cousins across the Channel in Brittany are explored. (R)
2/6 Ellie Harrison discovers how Britain's coastal and marine wildlife is under threat.
Recorded coverage of European Parliament proceedings in Strasbourg, from Wednesday 3 July.
66/75 The team look for antiques on the Essex coast when they visit Southend-on-Sea. (R)
Local, national and international news.
1/4 Iolo Williams enjoys close encounters with wildlife in Bute Park in Cardiff. (R)
Bill Law investigates police reforms in Bahrain amidst allegations of brutality.
In north Devon, John Craven looks back at ideas for days out featured on the programme.
1/16 The bakers produce sandwich cakes, angel food cake and amazing chocolate creations. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
Barack Obama addresses Waterfront Hall ahead of the G8 Summit. From Monday 17 June.
9/10 Donald Morrison talks to the Rev Angus Smith about his life as an army chaplain. (R)
2/26 A return visit to Wightwick Manor near Wolverhampton for Fiona Bruce and the team.
5/10 The miners' strike hits the UK and Robert Mugabe is honoured by Edinburgh University. (R)
Questions in the Northern Ireland Assembly to first minister Peter Robinson, from 10 June.
1/2 Life behind the wheel for heavy goods vehicle drivers in the Highlands. (R)
Elizabeth Kinder embarks on a journey through Andalusia to find the soul of flamenco.
3/3 The Bikers work on the biggest steam train restoration in Britain, 'The Night Owl'.
Health Select Committee session on the Care Quality Commission, from Wednesday 3 July.
The defence lawyer for the last man hanged in Glasgow recalls the crime and trial. (R)
Portrait of the legendary but troubled and controversial comedian Richard Pryor.
James May looks at the nation's childhood love affair with the model plane. (R)
Click rides into Vietnam and meets the motorbike that phones its owner.
Recorded coverage of the debate on the future funding of health and social care in England
Mark Kermode and Gavin Esler look at the week's film and DVD releases. (R)
The essential business news live from Singapore.
The story of the British world music revolution from the early 1980s to the present. (R)
Julia Bradbury explores the magical Wittenham Clumps in south Oxfordshire. (R)
Mark D'Arcy in discussion with Richard Bacon MP about his book Conundrum.
The amount and role of legislation coming from Brussels and from Westminster.
Highlights of the Scottish Independence Referendum (Franchise) Bill from 27 June.
5/11 Robert Webb uncovers the clangers and gaffes in Hollywood's biggest blockbusters. (R)
Questions to deputy first minister Martin McGuinness, from Monday 1 July.
A special HARDtalk On The Road in Alaska with Stephen Sackur.
Questions to the mayor of London, Boris Johnson from Wednesday 17 July.
Monday 26 August 2013