Jo Coburn is joined by Alp Mehmet for the latest political news, interviews and debate.
3/3 How Aethelstan fulfilled the family plan to create a kingdom of all England. (R)
Reviews including Out of the Furnace, That Awkward Moment and Lone Survivor. (R)
The essential business news live from Singapore.
BBC World News
3/3 Can hay fever be cured? Are smoothies good for you? Is coffee bad for you? (R)
A group of young actors with Down's Syndrome create a touring production of Hamlet. (R)
Includes the committee stage of the Northern Ireland (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill.
How Britain is still defined by the battle between metaphorical Cavaliers and Roundheads. (R)
Film about the warrior Genghis Khan, conquered an empire larger than the Roman Empire. (R)
Stephen Sackur speaks to legendary photographer, David Bailey.
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.
5/20 A herd of elephants moves across the land and finds water. (R)
62/80 Martin and Lucy visit properties in Cumbria, Kent, and Derby. (R)
Local Government Boundary Commission (Public Representations) Bill, from 29 January.
Committee session on the under-achievement in education of white, working-class children.
11/15 Squatters have taken over a London pub, can the Sheriffs get the uninvited guests out? (R)
1/20 Fraud investigators are on the trail of a woman they believe is working illegally. (R)
21/26 Unusual recipes including Heston Blumenthal's snail porridge. (R)
Highlights of proceedings in Parliament on Monday 3 February presented by Kristiina Cooper
1/10 Monty Don campaigns for wild flowers and Joe Swift champions front gardens. (R)
2/10 Two years after visiting Sydney for a trial week, are the Wallaces in the UK or Australia?
Public Administration committee session on the work of the Charity Commission.
66/80 Martin and Lucy visit properties in Kent, Carlisle and Derby.
Joe meets the Zaman family who have bought a derelict Methodist Chapel in Wiltshire. (R)
12/15 Lawrence and Kev go in search of a horse as they recover money owed to a horse breeder. (R)
Live coverage of questions to justice secretary Chris Grayling and his ministerial team.
2/20 Is a woman who has returned to the UK after 30 years living abroad who she claims to be? (R)
Jo Coburn is joined by Baroness Neuberger.
21/32 David Harper and Colin Young help the teams in Shrewsbury, and Tim visits Nunnington Hall. (R)
Consideration of Lords amendments to the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Bill.
7/10 John Sergeant visits Bolton and one of the world's first ever shopping malls. (R)
Mark looks at how Swansea's monopoly of the copper trade propelled Nelson towards victory.
BBC Two Wales only
65/76 Amanda and Gary Peters want to raise funds for an art studio for Amanda's grandma Jean. (R)
BBC Two except Wales
Including First Minister's Questions.
7/11 The four remaining contestants begin by making a baked, layered, mousse cake. (R)
1/8 A circular tour of the Irish Sea visiting every country of the British Isles. (R)
Alistair Appleton meets a couple who want to move from Coventry to Devon.
1/3 A team of explorers search the depths of the last great unspoilt jungle on the planet. (R)
7/20 Eric Knowles and Catherine Southon do battle at a London car boot sale.
25/80 A lovely 19th-century sampler is among some choice items that turn up in Wolverhampton. (R)
2/10 Michael Portillo returns to his native Spain, armed with his 1913 railway guide. (R)
4/17 Two new cooks join Cathy in the kitchen to impress the three judges on the panel. (R)
King of the British rom-com Richard Curtis joins Matt and Alex on the sofa.
6/12 Gym-obsessed Lloyd plans a Los Angeles Muscle Beach wedding. (R)
11/12 The amateurs take on Arts and Crafts Victorian front rooms in Moseley for the semi-final.
2/6 The story of HMS Pickle, the boat that delivered the news of victory at Trafalgar. (R)
Includes the committee stage of the Water Bill.
9/15 How a predicted spate of impending solar storms may affect our technological civilisation. (R)
4/6 Chloe's year 11 class get the results of their mock exams and the news is not good. (R)
2/3 Chris Packham explores the remarkable problem-solving abilities of crows.
BBC Two Scotland only
2/3 A baby with a hole in her heart desperately needs surgery.
BBC Two except Scotland
5/8 The lionesses give the male lion at Blair Drummond Safari Park a hard time. (R)
5/9 The second day of the 2013 Scottish National Sheepdog Trials in Kintore, Aberdeenshire.
3/3 Waldemar Januszczak looks at the Rococo age's descent into madness.
4/7 Two very different young people head to the beautiful Thai island of Koh Phi Phi.
2/13 A look what role identity will play in the Scottish Independence Referendum.
A statement on the 1984 Amritsar raid in India, from Tuesday 4 February.
4/5 In this progamme, Donnie is tiling, laying new flooring and building a new wall. (R)
Jago Cooper uses scientific and archaeological evidence to examine Easter Island's demise. (R)
5/6 Joe Lindsay and Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin go camping in the Dordogne in France.
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
Christine Lagarde explains her thinking on the challenges facing the global economy.
BBC One except Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD, Scotland, Scotland HD, Wales, Wales HD
3/3 Programme three focuses on suicide and mental health.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
Highlights of Tuesday 4 February in Parliament presented by Alicia McCarthy.
BBC One Wales, Wales HD only
Mark Carruthers looks at the day's events at the Assembly and Northern Ireland Executive.
3/6 A look at the vast Tibetan plateau, one of the world's most remote places. (R)
Questions in the Welsh Assembly to first minister Carwyn Jones from Tuesday 4 February.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD, Scotland, Scotland HD only
Documentary following naked rambler Stephen Gough as he attempts to return to his family. (R)
2/3 Exploring early attempts to tackle infection and how we used microbes to fight back. (R)
4/7 Two very different young people head to the beautiful Thai island of Koh Phi Phi. (R)
Recorded coverage of business in the House of Lords on Tuesday 4 February.
3/3 Waldemar Januszczak looks at the Rococo age's descent into madness. (R)
Tim Franks talks to French tennis player and Wimbledon Champion Marion Bartoli, in Paris.
Wednesday 5 February 2014