Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn are joined by Mark Hoban and Chris Leslie for PMQs.
3/3 Wendy in south London proves to be one of Jasmine's toughest challenges. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
8/13 Steve finds out how a tiny coral building block created Earth's largest living structure. (R)
The essential business news live from Singapore.
BBC World News
BBC Two Scotland only
2/3 How some women began to question their traditional role in the home in the 17th century. (R)
John Swinney setting out his government's spending plans, from Wednesday 11 September.
2/4 A fashion company sends a trusted employee undercover with a group of potential recruits. (R)
8/12 A look at why witches have cast such a powerful spell over generations of artists. (R)
A look through 45 years of Horizon archive to see how science came to understand sex. (R)
Coverage of questions to prime minister David Cameron from Wednesday 11 September.
4/11 Robert Webb uncovers the clangers and gaffes in Hollywood's biggest blockbusters. (R)
Questions to Scottish secretary Michael Moore and his team from Wednesday 11 September.
The communities and local government select committee's evidence session.
Stephen Sackur meets Russian opposition activist and former chess champion, Garry Kasparov
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.
The urgent question answered by health secretary Jeremy Hunt, on A&E services in England.
6/100 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Devon, London and Salford. (R)
3/10 The vice squad patrol London's streets to stamp out prostitution. (R)
8/10 In Hastings, the Brett family want a teenage den in the garden and a Juliet balcony. (R)
6/26 Archive cookery clips linked by the letter F, including focaccia and roast figs. (R)
Highlights of Wednesday 11 September in Parliament presented by Keith Macdougall.
2/15 Charlie Ross tells why a letter signed by a politician is one of his personal favourites. (R)
9/20 The team investigates why some viewers have been hit with bills they did not expect.
Live questions to transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin and his ministerial team.
33/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Cornwall, London and Manchester.
3/6 Raymond Blanc cooks roast beef with Yorkshire pudding and turbot on a bed of fennel. (R)
Live coverage of the announcement of Commons business for the week ahead.
4/10 Featuring mass car races taking place on residential streets.
Live coverage of foreign secretary William Hague making a statement on Syria.
9/10 One homeowner wants a perfect seaside retreat, others an extra bedroom and cinema room.
Jo Coburn has the top political stories of the day.
Highlights of the week in politics in Scotland.
14/32 Experts Paul Laidlaw and Thomas Plant help the teams in Yorkshire. (R)
Live coverage of Michael Fallon making a statement on the privatisation of Royal Mail.
News, views and moves on the political stories of the day.
Includes debates on child protection in the UK and employment rights.
9/45 Northern Ireland chefs - Brian McCann, Chris Bell and Chris Fearon - prepare desserts. (R)
11/15 Kate Humble discovers that the lions do more than go bump in the night. (R)
19/75 Jules Hudson helps a couple swap life in a busy coastal town for the countryside. (R)
20/20 Dylan and Lindsay spend a week on the Gold Coast before deciding whether to emigrate. (R)
13/24 A look back at television appearances made over the years by Hollywood icon Gregory Peck. (R)
1/7 Britain's story through art and treasure, from the Roman invasion to the Norman Conquest. (R)
24/30 Catherine Southon takes on Jonty Hearnden at Gildings Auction in Leicestershire. (R)
Some of Joan Fielder's items have a history connected to a rather famous house guest. (R)
4/10 The duo explore how the British diet evolved as ingredients from abroad were adopted. (R)
2/15 The Flog It! team explores some of the more unusual items seen on the show. (R)
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Sir Terry Wogan.
7/7 Richard Hammond tests the £340,000 Lexus supercar on the Top Gear track. (R)
3/10 The bikers explore the food available in British waters and try fly-fishing for trout. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
BBC Two except Northern Ireland, Scotland
17/26 The nature and wildlife of Britain and Ireland. In this episode, Dublin Bay. (R)
21/26 The team travel to Loch Ness to help in the culmination of a community garden.
Nick Higham talks to the writer behind one of the latest new books.
Sam Willis explores how the Caribbean sugar islands were a kind of hell in Nelson's time. (R)
4/12 DJ Louis decides to bring Ibiza to London for his bride-to-be Zindzi. (R)
2/3 Gregg Wallace and Philippa Forrester visit a classic arable farm in the east of England.
A poignant tale of homecoming to a remote Scottish island 70 years after its evacuation. (R)
Culture, Media and Sport Committee's session on nuisance telephone calls and text messages
1/3 Neil Brand looks at how the classic orchestral film score emerged in the 1930s.
A cold case investigation into the brutal murder of seven-year-old Nikki Allan in 1992.
BBC One except Channel Islands
Documentary about three young, all-American girls who also happen to be exorcists.
A look at the graveyards of Cebu, which are home to hundreds of families with children. (R)
The latest developments on the cases featured during the main programme.
Mark D'Arcy in discussion with Richard Bacon MP about his book Conundrum.
With Justine Greening, Chuka Umunna, Caroline Lucas, David Aaronovitch and Colleen Graffy.
Highlights of Thursday 12 September in Parliament presented by Keith Macdougall.
John Marsden investigates how legalisation may change teenage drug use in Colorado. (R)
4/6 Breathtaking scenic views and salmon angling on the west coast. (R)
Questions in the Scottish parliament to first minister Alex Salmond from 12 September.
3/3 Michael Scott examines the role played by the Romans in the preservation of Greek drama. (R)
A variety of dedicated fans discuss the enduring quality of The Smiths' music. (R)
Documentary about three young, all-American girls who also happen to be exorcists. (R)
8/8 Peter and Dan Snow go to Kuwait to tell the story of Operation Desert Storm. (R)
Questions to transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin and his team, from 12 September.
Announcement of Commons business for the week ahead, from Thursday 12 September.
1/3 Neil Brand looks at how the classic orchestral film score emerged in the 1930s. (R)
The statement on Syria made by the foreign secretary William Hague, from 12 September.
Statement on plans to privatise the Royal Mail made by business minister Michael Fallon.
Friday 13 September 2013