Remembering the life of jazz musician Sir John Dankworth
BBC Radio 2
The alien mountains, canyons and craters, inspiring scientists and writers to explore Mars
BBC Radio 4
A group of historians and archaeologists prepare a Tudor feast without modern techniques.
A look behind the scenes of British Airways, one of the UK's most visible brands.
The history of our curious relationship with murder is explored by Lucy Worsley.
A film taking a humorous peek behind the scenes of the 1948 London Olympics.
Art historian Dr James Fox makes the case for a singularly British renaissance.
Documentary following the weddings of two multicultural couples in contemporary Britain.
Exploring the unique advantages and difficulties of the classic British boarding school.
Documentary series examining life in the Sussex village of Ditchling
Documentary series on life in a Sussex village, tracing the Arts & Crafts movement.
Rachel and Becky Unthank explore England's hidden winter customs and dance traditions.
Michelle Daniel and Justin Bones celebrate everything Disney, with guest Colin Firth.
BBC Radio Manchester
Giles Dilnot finds out if new Bristol mayor George Ferguson is making a difference.
Family and colleagues recall the life and personality of artist Gwen John.
Aasmah Mir explores five themes chosen to encapsulate Scots' contribution to the world
A look at the relationship between New Labour and Rupert Murdoch's News International.
Dominic Dromgoole goes in search of Shakespeare's indoor playhouse, Blackfriars Theatre.
A Scottish journalist living in Romania is torn between his girlfriend and his lover.
The scandalous life story of East Belfast Unionist MP Edward Samuel Wesley de Cobain.
BBC Radio Ulster
Adaptation of the classic ghost story by MR James.
Wildlife cameraman John Aitchison on human experience and the beauty of nature
Primary school education series looking at the history and geography of places in Wales.
A man is forced to re-examine his cruelty towards a girl from his past. Stars John Wood.
BBC Radio 7
Melodrama. A woman gets more than she bargained for when she falls for a photographer.
The story of the MV Ilala, a 60-year-old boat still in use in Malawi and Mozambique.
TV adaptation of John Mortimer's autobiographical play in honour of his barrister father.
Writer and poet Gwyneth Lewis visits the remote island in the Bristol Channel
BBC Radio Wales
Writer and poet Gwyneth Lewis investigates finding adventure close to home
Drama about a US infantry platoon fighting in Italy during World War II.
Drama set in 1969. On a family holiday, a married woman finds herself drawn to a stranger.
Teen melodrama about a popular high school rebel who falls for a geeky student.
Sarah Lancashire honours those non-combatants whose wartime experience is often overlooked
John Simpson tells the stories of the correspondents who reported on the Spanish Civil War
Drama, exploring the identities of Shakespeare's 'fair youth' and 'dark lady'.
Four teenagers in South Wales kill their Turkish neighbour when life becomes too much.
PD James learns more about a whale tooth necklace she included in 'The Children of Men'.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Five views of Oxford's Aladdin's cave for anthropologists, the Pitt Rivers Museum
Rosemary Gray wants to be more rebellious and liberated but also more feminine.
Karen Richmond would like to be more extrovert, adventurous, passionate and sexy.
Fashion journalist Angela Buttolph sends people on a ride of self-discovery.
Adam Buxton offers some personal observations from the past week.
Gwyneth Lewis explores the fascinating history of the Somali community of Tiger Bay.
By Laura Morris. In a single day a child's fantasies turn to sludgy brown water.
Five stories by Welsh writers
Series looking back at television, technology and the changes since the 1960s.
Words and music for the Christmas season.
Comedy by Martin Davies about a football crazy priest
A Valentine's Day special offering a look at love and romance in the animal kingdom.
A look at 5 areas of Britain when the winter snows struck in January.
Ursula Le Guin's magic fantasy stars Judi Dench and Michael Maloney
Dramatisation of the life of Vera Brittain, a young woman who survived the First World War
Alan Bennett's award-winning one-woman drama starring Patricia Routledge.
Series reviewing the myths and realities of the role of women in society.
A singer grooms a talented youngster for success, only to later confess to her murder.
US satirist Joe Queenan presents a series on people with highly unusual occupations
Following ten yachts as they embark on the Clipper round the world competition.
Actress and writer Meera Syal meets young people who self-harm to find out why they do it.
An insight into the life and work of British television dramatist Peter Bowker.
Series following the staff and visitors of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Some of the best live performances in BBC Radio Merseyside's Performance Space in 2010.
BBC Radio Merseyside
Marie-Louise Muir and Mark Patterson relive highlights of Derry-Londonderry 2013.
Compilation of the greatest moments from the talk shows of specific years
Documentary following volunteers in Thailand tackling the country's rampant sex tourism.
Paul Watson's in-depth documentary series
Natural history documentary about the dangerous world of the Northumbrian wood ant
A year following Orkney fiddler Kristan Harvey, Young Traditional Musician of the Year.
BBC Radio Scotland
Roger McGough narrates the pivotal breakthrough year for the mop-topped Fab Four.
BBC Radio 6 Music
The breathtaking landscapes and wildlife of some of Britain's most iconic National Parks
Documentary series following a year in the life of Gyantse, Tibet’s third largest town.
Alan Thompson presents highlights of live sessions by Welsh artists over the past year.
A review of this year's news from a local, national and international perspective
A look back over 2013 with some of the BBC An Là reporters.
Matthew MacIver examines the impact of the Great War on the Highlands and Islands
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
A’ comharrachadh ceud bliadhna bho thòisich a’ Chiad Chogadh.
Music and song from around Scotland
We find out which song was chosen as the Song of the Year.
Bringing together performances from the whole of 2010 to mark the BBC Year of Song.
Iain Ruadh tells of his First World War experiences
A poignant tale of homecoming to a remote Scottish island 70 years after its evacuation.
Documenting the legacy of the deserted Isle of Mingulay through history, story and song.
History from Donald William Stewart and Louise Welsh
The history of the Highlanders in the Lowlands
Program de cheol an t-sluaigh. Folk music programme
An insight into Poland's colourful culture, industry and people.
Pilgrims from South Uist go on a journey to a small village in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Niall Iain Macdonald prepares for a solo row across the mighty North Atlantic.
The intricacies of building a Ness skiff as explained by the craftsman John Murdo Macleod.
Children's education show