How rallying's unregulated mayhem ended in 1986 after a series of horrific tragedies. (R)
2/2 Can the tobacco industry be trusted when it says it does not seduce young people to smoke? (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
A look at the efforts being made to give African films a higher international profile. (R)
BBC World News North America only
The essential business news live from Singapore.
BBC World News except North America
BBC Two Scotland only
3/3 Sanjay the station master looks for promotion and his boss Bataljit waits for a transfer. (R)
1/6 Exploring the colourful rice-growing cultures and strange creatures of southern China. (R)
As part of the Big Stories 2014, the story of the hidden victims of the war in Afghanistan (R)
1/3 Andrew Graham-Dixon pieces together the recent discoveries of ancient Chinese art. (R)
Damien McGuinness takes a bear safari in Estonia. (R)
Stephen Sackur speaks to documentary photographer Giles Duley. (R)
BBC World News
Including a debate on making Eid and Diwali public holidays, from Monday 21 July.
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.
24/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Kent, Peckham and Whitehaven, Cumbria. (R)
A review of the highlights of the last three months at Westminster.
15/15 Council officers begin the task of fitting LED bulbs to the borough's streetlamps. (R)
Commons Public Bill Committee session on the Modern Slavery Bill, from Monday 21 July.
10/20 Anita Rani is in Spain with a buyer seeking a retreat for himself and paying guests. (R)
18/31 Monty cuts back his delphiniums and adds a touch of the exotic to his Jewel Garden. (R)
19/20 The heir hunting team investigate the case of a lady who led a glamorous life. (R)
Select committee session on the 2022 World Cup bidding process, from 22 July.
25/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Wiltshire, Kent and Newcastle. (R)
5/20 Dominic Littlewood helps Alan and Valerie, whose driveway is collapsing. (R)
4/20 Investigators search for a 46-year-old woman who claimed £75,000 of benefits. (R)
Recorded coverage of a Home Affairs Committee two-part session, from Tuesday 22 July.
13/30 Experts Anita Manning and Charles Hanson are on hand to guide the teams in Peterborough. (R)
Coverage of the Lords Constitution Committee's session on the Office of Lord Chancellor.
Aled Jones helps a couple escape the suburbs for a slice of the good life in rural Essex. (R)
Highlights of business in the House of Lords.
20/20 Judy regrets halting a previous move down under. Can she persuade her family to try again? (R)
13/30 Paul Martin and antiques experts Will Axon and Catherine Southon visit Lissanoure Castle. (R)
Arctic select committee evidence session on Arctic shipping, from Tuesday 29 July.
Debating the decision not to make the leader of the House of Lords a full cabinet member.
26/50 Sporting history short, looking at new forms of moving.
2/4 Pembrokeshire legend Auntie Vi Weston celebrates her 92nd birthday at her Bosherston cafe. (R)
1/21 Two chefs go head-to-head in the kitchen to try and satisfy Cathy MacDonald's guest. (R)
Nick Higham talks to the writer behind one of the latest new books.
8/10 A conservationist tries to stop wild beavers from causing property damage.
26/50 Sporting history short, looking at new forms of moving. (R)
6/6 The story of the significant role played by Gaels in the British Merchant Navy.
1/8 The earliest mass migrations from the Highlands of Scotland to the American south. (R)
Gordon Buchanan explores Mull, filming otters, deer, puffins, seals and a minke whale. (R)
1/4 Simon Schama reveals the real story of the English Civil War. (R)
6/9 Motorsport stars of the future get fast and furious on the Borders forest tracks. (R)
The story of Boodjia, an Indian athletic child prodigy. But is it child exploitation? (R)
2/7 Lucie Green looks back through Britain's most turbulent and dramatic weather history. (R)
3/3 The engineers building Crossrail race to build ten new train stations across London. (R)
5/6 A' gluasad chun a' chost an ear an cuideachd Neen. East coast angling with Neen Mackay. (R)
2/3 England loses the upper hand until Henry V turns the tide at the battle of Agincourt. (R)
1/2 Nick Hewer and Margaret Mountford explore the impact of immigration in the UK. (R)
4/6 This week Sue and Liza face one of the most challenging sections of their journey, (R)
6/8 Two 19-year-old homebodies head off to the Greek party town of Kavos. (R)
John Wass presents a documentary telling the story of how hormones were discovered. (R)
3/3 Tyger looks at the new generation of relationships forged in the heat of technology. (R)
A portrait of how one US Army war widow copes with the grief of losing her husband. (R)
Friday 1 August 2014