The story behind the recording of Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of The War of the Worlds.
BBC Radio 4
Kim Lenaghan meets people learning to dance for the first time
BBC Radio Ulster
Aled Haydn Jones looks at how being bullied can shape your life
BBC Radio Wales
Series raising awareness about bullying, with contributions from young people
Radio 1 DJ Aled Haydn Jones takes a look at bullying and the ways to fight it.
Forward-thinking underground dance music.
BBC Radio 1
Meeting musicians at the Blues du Fleuve Festival, organised by Baaba Maal in Senegal.
Drama about the early years of violent left-wing terrorist network the Red Army Faction.
Squire Fenton Babblewick inherits an estate. Stars Nicholas Le Prevost
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Engaging fantasy based on Dick King-Smith's classic story about an orphaned piglet.
Addison Lee tests a new scheme where parents work with their babies right by their desks.
Winifred Robinson follows misbehaving children and the work being done to help them.
Documentary following three girls in the lead-up to the final of the Mini Miss UK contest.
Series examining the UK's child beauty pageant and child model industry
Series following first-time parents as they face the challenges of life with a new baby.
The story of Anka Bergman, who gave birth to her daughter in a Nazi concentration camp.
Documentary about an experiment in which teenage couples look after young children
Five teenage couples test their parenting skills looking after people's kids on a holiday.
Catch-up on the show where teenagers test their parenting skills on a family holiday.
Five American teenage couples learn to parent using other people's babies and children
A series of online baby diary videos.
Series featuring Baby Jake, who giggles and gurgles his way through enchanting adventures.
Series following couples undergoing fertility treatment in Northern Ireland
Documentary about the work being done at the the Hewitt Fertility Centre in Liverpool.
The moving stories of the women who have relationships with gang members.
Film asking whether there were other professionals who might have saved Peter Connelly.
A community is forced to admit their feelings on the sex industry.
Eileen and Paddy have got used to an empty nest but now their graduate son is coming home.
BBC Radio Scotland
Supernatural horror in which a young couple move into a dream home with a newborn baby.
Social worker Ann Gentry becomes obsessed with a new case.
Omnibus of the dramatisation of Armistead Maupin's fourth Tales of the City novel.
Drama about a young black man living Brixton in 1980 who fronts a dub sound system.
Angela Hewitt (piano) in Bach's Fantasia and Fugue in A minor, BWV 904, and Adagio in G.
BBC Radio 3
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How the music of Bach has provided an incredible resource for a wide range of other genres
Radio 3's Baroque Spring Season concludes with an afternoon and evening of music by Bach
Pianist Jonathan Plowright performs Bach transcriptions for solo piano by Walter Rummel.
Stephen Evans traces the 800-year history of the boys' choir of St Thomas' Church, Leipzig
John Eliot Gardiner goes in search of Bach the man and the musician.
Full performance footage from the BBC2 documentary.
A man agrees to romance a woman who has a crush on him until her infatuation wears off.
Comedy about a sales girl who is mistaken for the unmarried mother of an abandoned baby.
Romantic comedy. A man must marry before his 30th birthday to inherit 120 million dollars.
Cyfweliad â Wynford Vaughan Thomas. / Wynford Vaughan Thomas remembering World War II.
BBC Radio Cymru
Nick Hancock and guests take a witty look at this week and next week's big stories.
BBC Radio 5 live
Russell Walker looks at the 1999 fight to stop the closure of the Kvaerner Govan shipyard.
Peter Curran joins Spinal Tap for a catch-up and to hear tracks from their new album.
BBC Radio 2
Compelling, heartbreaking personal stories from people who have witnessed war first hand
How Labour snatched defeat from the jaws of victory as England lost the World Cup Crown.
Justin Moorhouse vowed to spend the whole of last season without football. Now he's back
Artists, DJs, and collectors describe their passion for vinyl records.
Radio Wales' Sport magazine show came to an end in August 2013.
Film programme featuring interviews with on and off screen stars
Stuart Ashen and Karen Hayley poke fun at the mess technology has made of your life.
Following the struggles of the Philippine army.
An intimate concert at the home of renowned singer-songwriter Beth Nielsen Chapman.
As Glasgow 2014 approaches, Elaine C Smith takes a crash course in charm.
Looking at classic moments in sporting history
BBC Radio 7
Let's continue our journey with the Queen's Baton on its way around Scotland.
Bob Brolly and guests on stage at the Leamington Assembly.
BBC Coventry & Warwickshire
Former history teacher Chris Corcoran goes back to the classroom, 10 years after he left.
Matthew Harvey explores the fascinating world of inventions
Channel swimmer Doon Mackichan marks 200 years since Byron's swim across the Hellespont.
Jack Whitehall hosts a comedy chat show with a twist: he's joined by his dad.
The story of John Poulson, an architect whose business empire was built on corruption.
Featuring onstage performances from Ja Rule, DMX, Jay-Z, Redman and Method Man.
Programme following a member of the BBC SSO as he prepares for Proms in the Park.
A Music Club Special with Simon Mayo talking to performers and guests at the Brit Awards.
Midge Ure goes backstage into the bizarre world of musicians on tour.
A peek at the new musical comedy series, My Almost Famous Family.
Nicola Heywood Thomas visits small businesses
Drama about the working lives of policemen and women in an Operational Support Unit.
Documentary about British judo fighter Ashley McKenzie and his battle with ADHD.
A man takes his dead twin brother's place as a CIA operative.
Drama. A film-maker and an actor combine to produce a film based on their schooldays.
Comedy series about a teacher who is a bigger kid than the kids he teaches.
The story of Raymond Postgate, the driving force behind the first Good Food Guide in 1951.
Reverend Gillean Maclean explores what the story of Jesus' suffering on Good Friday.
Richard Herring explores some of the bad habits which affect us in our daily working lives
Richard Herring, Des Clarke and Keith Farnan do battle over the English language
Jo Brand discovers what wildlife presenters really think of the animals they talk about.
Jo Brand asks wildlife presenters what makes their flesh creep.
Comedy about a surly drunk being put in charge of a Little League baseball team.
The baseball team head off to Japan for a big match and lots of mischief.