With Justine Greening, Andy Burnham and Conservative MP Mark Pritchard.
The essential business news live from Singapore.
BBC World News
Proceedings in Westminster Hall including a debate on Iran, from Tuesday 12 November.
7/10 The world of shipping is discussed with Evan Davis and guests. (R)
BBC News Channel
Julia Bradbury visits Shugborough Halle. Matt Baker joins some first time farmers. (R)
The Lords select committee examining the Mental Capacity Act 2005, from 12 November.
Stephen Sackur meets Dr. Nayna Patel, Medical Director at the Akanksha Infertility Clinic.
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.
Recorded coverage of political and parliamentary highlights.
Questions on Enterprise, Trade and Investment Minister, Arlene Foster, from 11 November.
2/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Telford, Paisley and London. (R)
Proceedings in the Scottish Parliament on Wednesday 13 November.
15/20 Matt hears about a staggering case of benefit fraud in Croydon. (R)
11/20 The team face an urgent case with a woman who cannot wait for hospital treatment. (R)
1/6 A young piza van owner from Leeds has an ambitious plan to build a four-bedroom house. (R)
6/10 In Bridlington, a dog is suspected of being a banned fighting dog.
3/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Torquay, Gainsborough and Carlisle. (R)
1/16 Featuring a special report on murder in the islands - the Liam Aitchison story.
1/4 Tracking the lives of Swansea Market traders over three of the busiest months of the year. (R)
Recorded coverage of Select Committee proceedings.
Click gets hands-on with the Sony PS4 as it rolls-out across North America. (R)
16/20 Matt meets the DWP team who brought three serious criminals to justice.
3/10 The team kayaks down river to get to Ranomafana, Madagascar's most famous national park. (R)
21/75 Nicki Chapman helps a couple, with a dream of mortgage-free living, escape to North Wales.
Jo Coburn has the latest news from Westminster, including fresh calls for tax cuts.
18/32 The Bargain Hunt team head to Lewes, and Tim pays a visit to Aston Hall in Birmingham.
Includes debates on the East Coast Main Line, Iran and murders in Northern Ireland.
2/8 Mark Horton has privileged access to the historic dockyards at Devonport. (R)
4/7 Keith takes a balloon trip to the Munster valley which is famous for its cheese. (R)
Live questions to work and pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith and his ministerial team.
David Cameron gives a statement on the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting.
11/20 Michelin-starred pub grub chef Tom Kerridge shares his favourite pudding with Paul.
BBC One except South
11/30 Mark Stacey and Will Axon travel through East Sussex on the first leg of their journey.
David Jones makes a statement on the Government's response to the Silk Commission.
6/12 Looking at one of Fred Dibnah's favourite activities - restoring engines and chimneys. (R)
21/80 Paul Martin and experts James Lewis and Adam Partridge are antique hunting in Ipswich. (R)
Coverage of the day's proceedings in the House of Commons.
Alex Jones and Matt Baker are joined in the studio by the members of Team Rickshaw.
5/6 Jeremy, Richard and James are challenged to knock down a row of derelict houses. (R)
10/20 Edwina Currie goes head to head with Eve Pollard on a celebrity antiques road trip. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
11/20 It's the battle of the soaps as Shaun Williamson and Vicky Entwistle travel to Yorkshire.
BBC Two except Scotland
6/6 Sreath bhon tasglann ag aithris air eachdraidh bailtean na h-Alba. Scotland's towns. (R)
10/25 Michael Portillo uncovers the oil fields hidden underneath England's seaside resorts. (R)
2/10 An operation to catch laptop thieves, and the people cheating death on level crossings. (R)
BBC One except Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD, Scotland, Scotland HD, South, Wales, Wales HD, West, West Midlands
3/6 Cameras capture the hazards faced by divers. Val Morrison hosts a car boot sale.
BBC One Scotland, Scotland HD only
6/6 A Newry couple hope to expand their equine flax oil business into the human market.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
Investigations include a company which claims to be able to stop nuisance calls.
BBC One Wales, Wales HD only
Cameras gain exclusive access to Bristol's first ever elected Mayor, George Ferguson.
BBC One West only
Is anyone still looking for those who bombed two Birmingham pubs almost 40 years ago?
BBC One West Midlands only
4/6 The weather is taking its toll on the bike trails as the year comes to an end. (R)
15/15 The fake cancer-curing machine used to con money out of people in their hour of need. (R)
9/24 It is the third week of heats. Eight chefs begin by facing Monica's Invention Test.
6/21 We meet the people who are embracing Scotland's wild lands. (R)
1/2 Professor Jim Al-Khalili tells the story of how we used light to reveal the cosmos.
3/8 At Sainsbury's, the choir's deepest bass breaks cover with his passion for Dolly Parton.
4/4 Tony's puts his back into being a fitness instructor in inner city Glasgow gym. (R)
Film exploring the circumstances behind the escape of notorious British spy Kim Philby.
2/6 Featuring guest Máirtín Ó Muilleoir and music from Seven Summits.
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
A bizarre story of addiction, lust and murder on Scarp in the late 19th century. (R)
What might the future might hold for Derry-Londonderry after its Year of Culture?
Highlights of proceedings in Parliament on Monday 18 November presented by Joanna Shinn.
John le Carre talks about his fragmented childhood and life in the diplomatic service. (R)
Mark Carruthers looks at the day's events at the Assembly and Northern Ireland Executive.
Questions to the first minister, Peter Robinson, from Monday 18 November.
3/7 A look back at the iconic hairdos of British men and women over the past 60 years. (R)
5/6 It's been the longest dry season in living memory but the rains have finally come. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland, Scotland
Day two of committee stage debate of the Antisocial Behaviour, Crime and Policing Bill.
10/15 Reviews of films including Ridley Scott's The Counsellor and Brit flick Don Hemingway. (R)
6/6 Kate Humble and Simon King continue the conversation from their camp by the oasis.
Red Button (Satellite and Cable)
Revealing how Congo became one of the world's poorest countries despite its many resources (R)
1/2 Professor Jim Al-Khalili tells the story of how we used light to reveal the cosmos. (R)
HARDtalk speaks to Ala'a al-Shehabi, an activist with the campaigning group Bahrain Watch.
Tuesday 19 November 2013