Drama set in Buenos Aires, a city in the throes of the 2002 economic depression.
Barry Manilow plays the perfect soundtrack to Christmas Eve.
BBC Radio 2
Powerful drama. A captured 19th-century English aristocrat integrates into Sioux culture.
Historical drama about the life of Sir Thomas More.
Docudrama from 1956 exploring the experiences of a West Indian immigrant in London.
Lenny Kravitz celebrates the life and musical achievements of soul artist Curtis Mayfield
Lenny Kravitz celebrates the life and music of Curtis Mayfield.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Lenny Kravitz pays tribute to Curtis Mayfield's life and achievements.
Drama about a gay bus conductor in 1960s Dublin who stages Wilde's banned drama Salome.
Series looking at men's roles in the early twentieth century.
Christmas eve spirit with your favourite presenters and carols from the Bridgewater Hall.
BBC Radio Manchester
Local celebrities chat to Michelle and Justin, and choose their favourite Disney tracks.
Twenty years ago the Liberal Party and the SDP united to form the Liberal Democrats.
James Traynor examines the quality of Scottish football over the last twenty years.
Sandra Harnisch-Lacey reflects upon the life and death of her husband Rob.
BBC Radio Wales
Lifelong fan Danny Wallace celebrates the Beano comic in its 75th anniversary year.
BBC Radio 4
Whimsical interpretation of one of Shakespeare's most popular comedies.
The audio-diary of Mike and Ali Johnson as they deal with the impending death of their son
Vivienne Parry investigates why we know so little about premature birth.
Vic Galloway explores what happens when 35000 dance fans descend on a highland village.
BBC Radio Scotland
Four comedies written for the many voices of June Whitfield
Four shows presented by British actors and directors
Series chronicling holiday life in some of Northern Ireland's top beach resorts.
Various presenters take over 6 Music for a month of Sundays.
Series chronicling holiday life in Northern Ireland's number one beach resort
Mary Anne Hobbs explores the fusion of fine art and tattoos.
Comedy monologue by Colin Hough, starring Barbara Rafferty.
Music by Mozart: String Quintet, K515; Fantasia in C minor, K475; Violin Concerto No 1.
BBC Radio 3
Agatha Christie tale, with June Whitfield as Miss Marple
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Paloma Faith takes a musical tour of Olympic boroughs Tower Hamlets, Hackney and Newham.
Katie Derham introduces a retelling of the Nativity through the music of John Rutter.
Lenny Henry experiences South Africa through its music
Nasfim Haque, a Welsh Muslim, looks at Islam in Wales since the 7/7 London bombings.
Series exploring the history of Ulster's connections with Scotland
BBC Radio Ulster
Vivienne Parry explores the deaths and immune systems of heroines of English literature.
If only one in ten cells in the body is human, then what are we? Paul Evans investigates.
The untold story of two 19th-century labourers who embarked on a year-long killing spree.
Series following the fortunes of the Morris family as they decide to emigrate to Canada
Classic comedy as the Marx Brothers become involved in the opera business.
Andrew Graham-Dixon goes behind the scenes at the Rijksmuseum in the Netherlands.
BBC World News
Series exploring life after dark
Comedy. A young woman reluctantly agrees to babysit the children of a wealthy couple.
Drama based on the events of April 14, 1912, when the luxury liner Titanic met an iceberg.
David Tennant reads disturbing Victorian vampire stories
Professor Brian Cox explores some of the most challenging concepts in physics.
George Melly recalls performing, partying and other nocturnal pleasures.
An American ex-con is coerced into taking part in a daring bank raid.
A portrait of Martinique's most famous son, poet and politician Aime Cesaire.
An examination of the issue of human cloning via a thought-provoking father-son drama.
Dave Arcari tours Scotland with a blues arrangement of the Burns standard.
Carolyn Quinn tells the story of one of the most dramatic nights in Westminster history.
Documentary series going behind the scenes at The Royal Horticultural Society
Period drama. A housewife's life is turned upside down by a handsome Polish man.
Colin Blane looks at the personal impact of working as foreign news correspondent.
Howard Skempton's piece for church bells, Five Rings Triples.
Griff Rhys Jones begins restoring his 200-year-old farmhouse in Pembrokeshire.
Griff Rhys Jones undertakes a personal restoration project, his decaying farmhouse
1980s adaption of the John le Carre novel.
The Hole in the Wall Gang delivering their hilarious verdict on life in Northern Ireland
Series which journeys around Britain and considers how the landscape has inspired artists
Larry Lamb takes a trip down memory lane to show how the world of medicine has changed.
A film evoking the city as seen by painters, photographers, film-makers and writers.
Rev. John Dunlop considers the place of Christianity in post-Maoist China.
Including Arnold Layne, Another Brick in the Wall (Part 2) and Grantchester Meadows.
As traditional industry struggles, could technology be the future for Northern Ireland?
Moving insight into the experience of teenagers arriving alone to seek asylum in Britain.
John Daly brings Northern Ireland's history to life
Documentary in which the nation's oldest men and women recount personal childhood stories.
Andrew Motion's tribute to the last veteran of the Great War trenches, Harry Patch.
Irma Kurtz looks at painter Henri Matisse's creative relationship with poetry and words.
Owen Sheers explores six great works of poetry set in the British landscape.
An exploration of the differences between poetry and song.
A weekly reflection on a topical issue
Peter Capaldi examines the paintings and artists that have made Scottish art special.
Documentary about the Yorkshire Dales as seen through the eyes of artist Andrea Hunter.
A conversation with Tommy Letton, former fishmonger of Tiger Bay in the Cardiff Docks.
The staff and stars of a venerable radio show face the final curtain, with mixed reactions
Huw Edwards asks lords, ladies, politicians and the ordinary people about Prince Charles.
Welsh men and women share their unique stories of the investiture of the Prince of Wales.
Sound recordist Chris Watson investigates man-made noise pollution and its effects.
A tribute to former BBC Political Editor John Cole looking back over 50 years of reporting