4 February, 10.30am, BBC Radio 4
The first of three programmes in which comedian Marcus Brigstocke traces the history of the British housing market - from feudalism to the homes-for-votes scandal.
4 February, 8pm, BBC Radio 4
Local MP Frank Field explores the history of the Cammell Laird shipyard in Birkenhead, which employed 16,000 in its heyday and had an enormous impact on the life of the community.
Channel 4 Political awards
6 February, 8pm, Channel 4
Jon Snow presents the eight annual political awards. Politicians and journalists reflect on the year and pay tribute to their peers. Awards include most inspiring political figure and politician's politician.
8 February, 9pm, Channel 4
The series kicks off with another set of ASBO-dodgers - this time all girls. See how a US team turn the troublesome teens from scourge of the community to pillars of society.
Breaking Down Barriers to Respect in Schools
8 February, Cavendish Conference Centre, London W1
A practical one-day event, packed with strategies. Whether you are an inner-city comprehensive or a rural grammar school, introducing, maintaining and improving the ethos and success of a school is a massive and continual task that is not to be underestimated.
Visit www.respectinschools.co.uk for the full programme
Advancing Risk Management Strategy
9 February, Cavendish Conference Centre, London W1
Each session featured in this one-day LGC conference appears as a result of careful research among your peers in risk management. The conference brings together key figures involved in implementing risk management strategy across local government.
Visit www.lgc-risk.co.uk for the full programme
Effective Solutions to
Re-engage your Community
21 February, Earls Court Conference Centre, London
LGC presents a one day forum designed to unearth effective solutions to re-engagement.
Visit www.lgc-community.co.uk for the full programme