Andrew Neil is joined by Michael Portillo, Jess Phillips and John Nicolson to review the political week, with a film from Quentin Letts. Their studio guests are Polish politician and journalist Radoslaw Sikorski, a foreign minister in Donald Tusk's government, who talks about US, UK and EU politics, while Anthony Seldon talks respect in the spotlight section.
Detailed weather forecast.
BBC One joins the BBC's rolling news channel for a night of news, with bulletins on the hour and the headlines every 15 minutes.
The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.
Gloria Hunniford, Angela Rippon and Julia Somerville expose airline secrets, testing out if it is true that airlines snoop on flight searches in order to hike up fares. Plus how the longest delays might be experienced by flying with smaller airlines, and why if a flight isn't with the airline you booked, passengers could end up hundreds of pounds out of pocket if things go wrong. Travel expert Simon Calder has tips on visiting Dubai.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a property in Hammersmith, London, a mid-terrace in Gillingham, Kent, and a house in Derbyshire. All of these properties have been sold at auction. Martin and Lucy find out who bought them and what they paid when they went under the hammer.
Series 11 Episode 15: Williams Family
Series in which British families are given a look at life in Australia or New Zealand ahead of a possible move there. Martyn has dreamt of returning to Australia ever since a car crash cut his trip down under short when he was just 22. Now over 20 years later, and with wife Leona and three children in tow, Martyn is desperate to finally make the move. All he needs to do is persuade Leona to leave behind close family, a beautiful home and the good life they have worked hard to build in the UK. He already has Joshua on side, but the rest of the family need convincing too - and as he nears the cut-off age for visas Martyn knows this really is his last chance. Will a trial week in Adelaide be enough to secure him the future he longs for, or will he be forced to bury the dream once and for all?
Dom Littlewood looks at remarkable filmed evidence showing how police, businesses and the public are using new technology to catch crooks. A family plants a secret camera to catch a thief in the act, and a local man joins in with a cross-country police pursuit.
Series 45 Episode 30: Kedleston
Eric Knowles presents from the grounds of Kedleston Hall in Derbyshire with experts Danny Sebastian and Jonathan Pratt. Two sets of mums and daughters battle it out to buy three items that will hopefully make a profit at auction, while Eric finds out about Derby's industrial heritage. Everyone has their sights on a golden gavel, but only one team will achieve their goal.
The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather.
The latest news, sport and weather from London.
Game show in which 30 players compete across the series, scoring points by answering questions correctly. However, they must avoid the impossible answers, otherwise they will be eliminated from the show until the next day. In each episode there are three rounds, and the three highest scorers from each round play against each other in the final. The winner of this battle faces a £10,000 question.
Episode 15: DIY
Dave Myers and Simon King cook some of their favourite comfort food. Si and Dave tackle dishes that you never dreamed you could make yourself. But they prove that homemade can beat shop-bought when they prepare gravlax, jam doughnuts, their own corned beef and even an Indian favourite, paneer.
Antiques experts travel across the country, competing to make a profit at auction. The tartan twosome, Paul Laidlaw and Natasha Raskin, are antiquing in Norfolk, but somehow finding time to go down a Neolithic flint mine and go into print. It's the final 'Round Britain Rummage' and they unearth a rarely seen art nouveau food warmer and a charming 19th-century table croquet set. They're headed for one last auction in Diss and it's still anyone's game. Who will win this Road Trip?
Live coverage as Donald Trump takes office as president of the United States - with BBC News's Katty Kay live at the Capitol.
If it's got Britain talking then it will get talked about on The One Show. Presented by Matt Baker and Angela Scanlon.
Sue Barker hosts the light-hearted sports quiz with Matt Dawson and Phil Tufnell. Joining them are Ryder Cup golfer Chris Wood, Olympic bronze medal-winning cyclist Katy Marchant, European Tour-winning golfer Shane Lowry and Olympic champion rower Moe Sbihi.
It's a difficult day in Walford as the residents prepare to say farewell to Ronnie and Roxy. With emotions high and certain residents struggling to keep their true feelings to themselves, will the sisters get the send-off they deserve?
Frank Skinner hosts the comedy panel show as David Mitchell, Judy Murray and Anita Rani compete to have their pet hates and peeves consigned to Room 101. Topics include sniffing, walking and eating, and sugar lumps.
The cracks start to show for the Mitchells and Brannings. A besotted Louise prepares for her date.
Series 8 Episode 2: Babysitting
Sitcom featuring married couple Lee and Lucy, their family and their friends. Lucy causes offence by choosing the wrong babysitter.
The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide.
On Graham's sofa are Oscar-winning Hollywood star Matthew McConaughey, promoting new crime adventure Gold; actress Christina Ricci, starring as Zelda Fitzgerald in Z: The Beginning of Everything; comedian Josh Widdicombe; and singing star Ed Sheeran, who chats and performs Castle on the Hill.
Series 3, Episode 3: Dinner Episode 3: Dinner, I Hardly Knew Her
The course of love runs far from smooth, as the comedy series about an irresponsible thirtysomething and his neurotic nephew continues. Both Andy and Errol find themselves contemplating their romantic futures, with questions arising as to Andy's chances of survival engaged to a woman who is just like him. Errol faces a parallel problem, as he embarks on a date with someone who appears to be his female analogue. As for Sam, when bad news strikes, just getting through the day proves to be challenge enough.
Thriller. When hotshot district attorney Mitch Brockden hits somebody with his car and flees from the scene, the guilt soon weighs on him heavily. His mistake hits close to home when he is assigned to the case of a Clinton Davis, who has been accused of killing the man that Brockden hit in his SUV. Unable to live with himself, Brockden labours with his prosecution and Davis goes free, but what if the young lawyer isn't the only one with something to hide?