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BBC Radio 1Xtra
William Crawley assesses the religious revival that swept through Ulster in 1859.
BBC Radio Ulster
William Crawley tells the story of the religious revival that swept through Ulster in 1859
Washington correspondent Justin Webb looks at the perceived global hatred of the US
BBC Radio 4
Sex comedy about a successful, middle-aged Hollywood songwriter.
Ten of Leonard Bernstein's most popular and enduring works are celebrated.
Ten best-loved choral masterpieces, including Hallelujah Chorus, O Fortuna and Ode to Joy.
A celebration of the very best of Edward Elgar's music for his 150th anniversary.
A series of short dramas about the countdown to war in Iraq.
A man claims he's an abortionist and offers to perform the operation on his tenant's wife.
Iain Stewart reveals some surprising facts about natural phenomena.
Michael Mosley investigates the latest scientific breakthroughs in slimming.
Documentary revealing the science behind why so many people find it difficult to nod off.
Documentaries and features from the archive.
BBC Radio 6 Music
5 live's fantasy football show
BBC Radio 5 live
Looking at the lives of women around the world
BBC World Service
A special debate as part of the 100 Women Season.
BBC News Channel
A documentary delving into the Girl Guide movement's extraordinary archive.
Bruce Forsyth and Andrew Lloyd Webber celebrate the Palladium's 100th birthday.
Peter and Dan Snow celebrate the centenary of the Royal Flying Corps.
Bill Oddie explores 100 years of wildlife filming.
102 year old Gwenllian Davies presents a moving account of how rural life has changed.
BBC Radio Wales
Totally UK - the home of new talent is here.
Service from St Paul's honouring Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother's 100th birthday.
Live-action version of the Disney classic in which a wicked designer steals 99 puppies.
Dodie Smith's classic Christmas adventure, read by Anna Chancellor
Game show in which contestants are eliminated in a variety of crazy and outrageous ways.
Cruella de Vil emerges from prison a changed woman, but is soon up to her old tricks.
Louise Elliott follows Liam Blackmore as he attempts to leave behind a life of crime
Louise Elliott takes a look back at the events of the first series of 118 Days
Celebrities revisit the music, TV shows and the news stories from their youth.
A young woman re-lives the same first date on Christmas Eve over and over again.
A portrait of Chistmas in words and music, themed around the familiar song.
Alexander Armstrong and Giles Coren choose 12 festive drinks for the Christmas celebration
Artists re-record tracks from The Beatles' first ever LP.
BBC Radio 2
Looking back at the remaking of the classic album.
Paul Morley on the 7-inch single's grand relative - the 12-inch - and its peak in the 80s.
Helen Mark presents a series about the stretch of water between Scotland and N Ireland
Documentary which celebrates 125 years of Wimbledon history.
Thriller involving a Georgian immigrant in France.
A 10th-century Arabian emissary joins a band of Vikings to battle flesh-eating creatures.
How Fr Reid tried to break the 14-day cycle of violence in Northern Ireland in March '88.
Documentary tracking a generation of children as they grow up.
Hardeep Singh Kohli chooses a word and sees where it leads him
Classic and contemporary original drama and book dramatisations
Series of brief musical comedies, written by and starring Richie Webb
A sitcom set in a tower block about pessimistic Vince and his flatmate Errol.
Tom Stoppard's humorous take on Shakespeare.
A celebration of the 150th anniversary of the feted Manchester-based orchestra.
A cop must protect a witness who plans to testify against another lawman.
Documentary about Cyntoia Brown, a prostitute convicted of killing a client in 2004.
Programme to mark the 400th anniversary of the Hamilton and Montgomery settlement.
Owen Parker and Richard Melvin ask if Broadway's Brill Building is still relevant today.
BBC Radio Scotland
Documentary which attempts to find out whether 16-year-olds should be allowed to vote.
Pennie Taylor discovers some surprising and uplifting stories about the notorious brothel.
Sarfraz Manzoor retraces the footsteps of Daniel Defoe, a supporter of the Act of Union
BBC Business Editor Robert Peston investigates the Scottish economy.
Graeme Garden presents a tongue-in-cheek look at the supposed Anglo-Scottish antipathy.
Dramatised account of the wheeling and dealing which led to the Act of Union of 1707.
How and why a group of American teenagers at the same school came in for pregnancy tests.
English teacher Jason Slater wakes up in the 19th century. Stars Michael Begley.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
The adventures of aimless aristocrat Viscount Belport and his servant Ned.
A history of Glasgow and Edinburgh inter-district rugby.
Dramatised documentary about the controversial first London Olympics in 1908.
Explores the headline events of 1911 including the theft of the Mona Lisa in Paris.
Michael Portillo challenges the notion of calm before the storm of the Great War
Historian Margaret MacMillan chronicles the road to war in 1914.
Documentary series telling the history of the Great War.
Charting how the war transformed the arts.
Kirsty Wark explores the cultural impact of the 1929 financial crash and Great Depression.
A look at the causes of the 1929 Wall Street Crash.
BBC documentary in five parts written by J.B. Priestley.
Barry Davies presents the story of the last time the Olympic Games came to London.
Story behind the festival which showed how to carve out a bright future through design.
Len Goodman takes a look at one of the most exciting decades in our history.
Television was taking off in Coronation year, but Nick Baker learns radio was still strong
David Dimbleby introduces an archive broadcast of the BBC's 1959 General Electon results.
Archive programmes depicting life and politics in 1959, including the General Election
A look at 1959 albums by Miles Davis, Dave Brubeck, Charles Mingus and Ornette Coleman.
Hugh Gaitskell's speech made at the 1960 Labour Party Conference.
Commentators born in 1960 discuss the social consequences of the 1960s
Stuart Maconie celebrates the 50th anniversary of the release of the Beatles' Love Me Do.
A look back at the tumultuous political events of 1963.
Michael Grade celebrates 1963 with special guests at London's Riverside Studios.
A chance to relive the historic General Election of 1964 presented by Richard Dimbleby.
Craig Brown's satirical history of Britain
Highlights of the BBC's election night coverage from 1966, presented by Cliff Michelmore.
John Tusa and guests discuss the impact of the tumultuous world events of 1968
A look back at the events making the news 40 years ago
Another chance to look back at the events making the news 40 years ago with John Tusa
David Aaronovitch assesses the legacy of 1968, talking to former self-styled rebels