Coverage of a statement made by Northern Ireland secretary Theresa Villiers.
Will Grant reports from Arizona.
BBC World News
Film tracing the ebb and flow of the guitar riff - the DNA of rock 'n' roll. (R)
Weekly programme looking back at the week in Westminster with Kristiina Cooper.
1/3 Dr Pamela Cox looks at the mid-19th century, when shops were owned and staffed by men. (R)
Click takes a look at the addictive nature of real-life simulator games.
BBC News Channel
5/8 Two 18-year-old boys with different lives head off to the Greek party island of Zante. (R)
Islamic finance is still a very small segment of global banking. Is that set to change? (R)
Home Affairs select committee evidence session with home secretary Theresa May.
Tanya Beckett introduces five films, including the story of a Uruguayan footballer.
3/6 British celebrities Sue Perkins and Liza Tarbuck drive the legendary Ho Chi Minh Trai.
A collection of stories of our times told by the people who were there. (R)
Recorded coverage of questions to the new Environment, Food and Rural Affairs secretary.
The latest news about travel, from the industry itself to deals and destinations.
Mark D'Arcy in discussion with Lord Tyler about his book Who Decides?
Recorded coverage of House of Commons proceedings in Westminster Hall from 15 July.
This month's Health Check focuses on stories about the rise of antibiotic resistance. (R)
Guide to the latest gadgets, websites, games and computer industry news.
7/12 Some species have overcome the force of gravity to fly through the air. (R)
An investigation into ISIS and how it is ripping Iraq apart. (R)
4/6 Fred explores how tin, slate, lead and coal were all extracted from the ground. (R)
3/6 British celebrities Sue Perkins and Liza Tarbuck drive the legendary Ho Chi Minh Trai. (R)
15/20 Michael searches for the church of St Piran and harvests oysters on the Helford River. (R)
Coverage of questions in the Welsh Assembly to first minister Carwyn Jones, from 15 July.
James Martin takes a look back at some of his favourite recipes and best moments. (R)
Weekly round-up of news on mortgages, savings, credit cards, bank accounts and pensions.
The second reading of the Assisted Dying Bill in the House of Lords from Friday 18 July.
A joint Persian/Pashto/English BBC interview with the Afghan leader. (R)
6/10 Gregg Wallace joins Michel and helps him create a meal in which meat is just the garnish. (R)
3/4 Rick's culinary journey takes him to the land of El Cid and then on to La Mancha. (R)
Click takes a look at the addictive nature of real-life simulator games. (R)
Will Grant reports from Arizona. (R)
27/34 A look at the life of the Lawrence of Arabia star and hell-raiser Peter O'Toole.
This is a film about Orhan Pamuk's Museum of Innocence which is both a novel and a museum. (R)
Tanya Beckett introduces five films, including the story of a Uruguayan footballer. (R)
The latest news about travel, from the industry itself to deals and destinations. (R)
1/2 Chris Packham and Martha Kearney reveal the mysteries of the honey bee. (R)
Series showcasing the best of travel across the globe.
1/11 Following the sun's seasonal journey and how it affects the lives of all creatures.
1/6 The team explore stories on both sides of the English Channel.
3/3 The search reaches its climax as Steve Backshall has a very close encounter. (R)
9/13 Robert Webb reveals the greatest continuity foul-ups modern cinema has to offer. (R)
8/12 Dan and Mark are given cash towards their wedding, which Dan has to organise by himself. (R)
5/6 The impact of the Cultural Revolution on China. (R)
8/25 Kilmarnock plays host to the Flog It! team, with the experts at the Palace Theatre.
1/3 Alastair Sooke looks at Ancient Egyptian masterpieces through the eyes of an art lover. (R)
Uilleam MacCoinnich, Bàrd Cnoc Chùsbaig à Leòdhas / William Mackenzie from Lewis (R)
Talking Business speaks to Adnan Yousif, chief executive of Al Baraka Banking Group.
Daniel Brittain speaks to Baroness Boothroyd, Baroness Dean, and Baroness Knight.
Guide to the latest gadgets, websites, games and computer industry news. (R)
The speech by the new president of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker.
2/3 Jacques Peretti reveals how fear is used by marketers to drive consumer spending.
Film about singer Nat King Cole using his journals and interviews with family and friends. (R)
William Hague making his first business statement and question session in the chamber.
Mark Kermode and Gavin Esler look at the week's film and DVD releases. (R)
2/2 Catriona MacPhee takes a nostalgic trip through Glasgow. (R)
The Sky at Night introduces astronomy with a difference - stargazing in the daytime. (R)
The scientific breakthroughs that have transformed our understanding of the universe. (R)
A look at business across Africa. (R)
Series showcasing the best of travel across the globe. (R)
Sunday 20 July 2014