Readings of classic gothic stories
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Historical documentary series written by Dr Jonathan Bardon, with Frances Tomelty.
BBC Radio Ulster
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.
BBC Radio 4
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.
Jackie Hartwell continues her criminal investigations in the West Midlands.
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.
BBC Radio Scotland
The BBC Radio Devon Sports Quiz of the Year is back.
BBC Radio Devon
Nina Perry sheds light on the musicality, rituals and personal stories of the spring clean
Musical drama. A famous actor with a drink problem decides to help a budding young singer.
Series of tales with a twist
Classic comedy about a butcher's boy who takes a shine to a recently orphaned girl.
AS Byatt's gothic tale
Jackie Clune dated women for 12 years until she married a man. She explores this subject.
eden ahbez is known for just one song, but it was a song that became world famous.
Music from the golden years of entertainment - from the arrival of radio to the late 50s
BBC Radio Wales
Music from the golden years of entertainment, presented by Dewi Griffiths.
John Waite follows those student protesters most likely to be affected by funding changes.
Thriller in which Sherlock Holmes leads the hunt for Whitechapel killer Jack the Ripper.
Vikram Seth's tale about a mother's attempts to find her daughter a husband in 1950s India
Character and story-led series that chronicles summer 2012 in Wales.
Film about the 1976 Paris-Roubaix bike race over the cobbled tracks of northern France.
Caroline Holmes discovers how Australians are adapting to the reality of climate change
Join Craig Charles as he brings you a flavour of the soulful side of Christmas.
BBC Radio 2
The BBC Big Band in concert with the Grammy Award-winning vocal quartet New York Voices.
The background story of the making of the Yorkshire Symphony.
BBC Radio York
Kelvin Mackenzie examines the early days of tabloid journalism.
Documentary showing how Britain in the 1930s was far less bleak than is often portrayed.
Historical drama set during the French Revolution.
Kenneth Branagh narrates two remarkable films looking at the history of Belfast City Hall
Dramatisation of the classic Dickens novel.
Jenny Clayton visits Dubai and Abu Dhabi to see how they are coping with the credit crisis
On the 40th anniversary of Britain joining Europe, Edward Stourton reunites key players.
Director Mehmet Ergen returns home to lift the curtain on Turkish theatre.
How the iconic Yorkshire pit village of Grimethorpe has adjusted to life after coal.
Writer, broadcaster and comedian Simon Fanshawe examines the art of creating comedy.
How an 18th century giant is helping his descendants avoid growing to his extreme height.
Food programme exploring specialities from around Britain.
Denis Norden illustrates the impact American humour and British comedy had on his career.
Sadeq Saba travels around Iran meeting its people and exploring its culinary history.
Nigel Slater hosts a chat show exploring celebrities' personal experiences of food
Celebration of the anniversary of an extraordinary musical and social flowering in 1967.
Amanda Burton and Bronagh Gallagher star in a play exploring Derry-Londonderry.
Robin Denselow meets the remaining members of the eclectic Penguin Cafe Orchestra.
Commemorating the heroes of the air who fought for their country in the summer of 1940.
As Liverpool's Everyman Theatre prepares to reopen, hear from those who worked there.
Modern day tale of one man's search to find true love, set in the city of Nottingham.
David Hepworth explores what, if anything, can be learned from listening to popular music.
Western about a seasoned cavalry officer is assigned a naive West Point graduate.
A young lawyer must defend a black factory worker accused of murder.
A young lawyer must defend a black factory worker accused of murdering two racist thugs.
Tristan Pascoe marks 100 years since the sinking of the Titanic.
BBC Radio Solent
An alphabetical look through the archives at mouth-watering dishes from television chefs.
Carol Kirkwood takes an alphabetical journey through the world of gardening.
Carol Kirkwood takes an alphabetical journey through the world of television gardening.
Barbara Windsor tells the story of the 1951 Festival of Britain and examines its heritage.
Partap Sharma's play about a spiritually enlightened Indian girl sold into prostitution.
Joe presents a three hour traditional mix of festive music and sentiment.
BBC Radio Lancashire
Devon brings you soul music from 1960s Motown right through to the artists of today.
A series of short one-woman plays.
Graham Spiers hears stories from people who have made life changing decisions
Recorded at St Mary's Cathedral in Middlesbrough.
Christmas Eve favorite music from the all time great performers.
BBC Radio Humberside
The Queen and the Royal Family pay tribute to the men of Bomber Command.
A tribute to the comedy genius of David Croft, co-creator of Dad's Army and many others.
Cherrie McIlwaine marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of the novelist and playwright.
A tribute to the Northern Irish actor and playwright.
How Ned Sherrin changed both comedy and television by creating That Was The Week That Was.
PC David Rathband speaking in 2010 about how he was trying to adjust to life without sight
Poly Styrene, who passed away recently, interviewed by Marian Lewinski.
BBC Radio 6 Music