A tribute to former BBC Political Editor John Cole looking back over 50 years of reporting
Both New York and London have claimed the punk movement as their own, but who is right?
BBC Radio 6 Music
Series following Northern Ireland's first gay rugby team, the Ulster Titans
Contestants battle it out for a chance to answer A Question of Genius
Recorded at Gloucester Guildhall.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
A panel from the Criminal Justice Board for Devon and Cornwall tackles your questions.
BBC Radio Devon
From our recent fundraising event for the Kids' Scanner appeal.
BBC Radio Sheffield
Sporting quiz show, with regular captains leading teams of celebrities
Kirsty Wark hosts the food quiz for food lovers
20 years after Iraq invaded Kuwait, Kirsty Norman tells her story of being taken hostage
BBC Radio 4
Follows quadriplegic Hilary Lister as she undertakes a 3,000 mile voyage around Britain.
Sarfraz Manzoor talks to US students who have opted for a racially segregated education.
Tom Service explores Ravel's piano music with pianist Roy Howat.
BBC Radio 3
Tom Service and Sara Mohr-Pietsch present a Ravel evening with guests, live music and more
Drama about a lively girl with a macabre imagination who meets a new friend, a vampire.
Mary, a brilliant writer, is befriended by Geraldine, a seemingly friendly debutante.
Claire White presents a musical journey through Shetland's traditional wedding rituals.
BBC Radio Scotland
Our relationship with the weather. An adventure through the Western Isles
How the ideas that shaped Margaret More's education changed the cultural life of England.
In 1941 a flight crew crashed on Ben More Assynt. Mark Stephen visits their memorial.
Following 48 hours in the lives of 22 British children to see what they get up to.
HRH the Duke of Edinburgh recalls his role in a daring rescue during WWII.
Edward Stourton explores the River Jordan
Rats under the floorboards, paint on the floor. What makes an artist's studio?
Drama about two young friends who drift apart when a strange loner comes into their lives.
Special guests join Anne Marie McAleese for a few fun holes of golf and a chat
BBC Radio Ulster
For Coronation year, Ted Ray and a host of BBC radio stars perform for HM the Queen.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Special programme following the Queen's visit to Northern Ireland in 1953.
How the monarchy recovered after the death of Diana, Princess of Wales.
Perry is always on the go and not having the car he is meant to be selling won't stop him.
To reflect the theme of Salzburg, a performance of Mozart's Mass in C, K262, from 1775-6.
Felixstowe's Pink Floyd tribute act recorded live - Ipswich Music Day, Christchurch Park.
BBC Radio Suffolk
A look at Wigtown in Dumfries and Galloway, a bristling little booktown.
Wigtown, the National Book Town, was appropriately shaken to its roots by a first novel.
John McNeillie's scandalous novel Wigtown Ploughman is given a fair appraisal.
Richard Holloway delves into the history of the Scottish version of Britishness.
The ever changing world of Scottish schools
Why is the Church of Scotland funding a luxury boutique hotel in the Holy Land?
Highlights from a concert spanning 100 years of Scottish song.
Writer Ian Sansom explores his own and others' enduring obsession with notebooks.
Documentary series following Rev Christine Musser in her Cornish parish
Writers, artists and entertainers take a new look at the 2008 European Capital of Culture
The sense of identity that is attached to different parts of Ulster is explored.
Surreal and sublime sketch comedy from new comic talent Miriam Elia
Sketch show from the deranged mind of comedian Miriam Elia
A physics professor's middle class life is about to fall apart spectacularly.
A thanksgiving service to mark the 80th anniversary of the BBC World Service from London.
BBC World Service
A service of celebration in Westminster Abbey, introduced by Nicholas Witchell.
The Queen, the Royal Family and senior government figures gather in Westminster Abbey.
Join us for the mystery of John 'Babbacombe' Lee. Did he murder his Torquay employer?
Poet John Hegley visits Zanzibar, hoping to find someone who can make use of his old specs
Two short stories about Scottish shepherd George Donald and his sheep in 1920s London
Comedy. Robert Purcell QC applies faultless legal logic to his disastrous personal life
Readings of classic gothic stories
Historical documentary series written by Dr Jonathan Bardon, with Frances Tomelty.
The vampire genre in all its dark glory
The BBC producer talks about his 1950s sci-fi trilogy 'Journey Into Space'
BBC Radio 7
Khayrulla Fayz returns to Tajikistan to discover what life is like for people there now.
Drama inspired by the story of Dr Anne Turner, who took her own life in Zurich in 2006.
Stuart Maconie looks at the career of the durable maverick pop duo Sparks.
Three men are corrupted by their discovery of millions of dollars in a crashed plane.
A lecturer struggles to cope with his life after the sudden death of his partner.
Documentary on Venture Smith, one of the few slaves to have bought his own freedom.
Liz Barclay meets the owners of the small businesses which keep the UK economy running
A one-off comedy drama documenting the collapse of a marriage at a summer garden party.
Laurie Taylor explores the world of the travelling salesman.
Reporter Andrew Bomford examines the grammar school selection system in parts of England
Why is 'Ben' obsessed with an old vinyl record? What - or who - is Safia waiting for?
How has Lewis changed for the MacDonald Sisters since the film of 1969?
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Life on the Isle of Lewis as told by the MacDonald sisters. First broadcast in 1969.
Music by the blind composer Alfred Hollins played on the organ at the Ulster Hall.
Comedian Stewart Lee explores the early pioneers and rumblings of electronic music.
Jonathan Dimbleby travels to South America to report on dramatic changes.
BBC World News
Jonathan Dimbleby travels to South America to report on dramatic changes
Coverage of a special day on BBC Derby.
BBC Radio Derby
Following the trials and tribulations of Trish and Michelle, two young, disabled mothers.
David Conn examines the real legacy of the Manchester Commonwealth Games in 2002.
Bryan Burnett finds out whether the Olympics can inspire people to take up sport.
The BBC Radio Devon Sports Quiz of the Year is back.
Nina Perry sheds light on the musicality, rituals and personal stories of the spring clean