Join Ed for big celebrity interviews and great music.
BBC Radio Derby
The new ambassador has work to do, but why is everyone so quiet about her predecessor?
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Dramatist Ed Harris talks about working with Richard Briers on The Moment You Feel It.
Dilynwn Ed Holden i ddigwyddiadau Beatbocsio yn America. Ed Holden beatboxing in America!
BBC Radio Cymru
Athletics legend Ed Moses meets Britain's Dai Greene and looks ahead to the 2012 Olympics.
BBC Radio 5 live
Meet Ed Reardon, author, pipe smoker, fare-dodger and master of the abusive e-mail
The author and pipe-smoker undertakes a journey through his life literary.
The best minds in Leicestershire and Rutland unravel life’s little mysteries.
BBC Radio Leicester
BBC Radio 2
Joan Rivers tells the tale of a TV phenomenon that transformed popular culture.
Edd Doolan on BBC WM.
BBC WM 95.6
Eddi Reader performs a special concert in tribute to Robert Burns.
Eddi Reader goes in search of Ulster's weaver poets, inspired by a love for Robert Burns.
Spencer Leight discusses Eddie Calvert, 'the man with the golden trumpet'.
BBC Radio Lancashire
Another chance to hear Joe Brown present a tribute to Eddie Cochran.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Eddie Mair returns to his native Scotland to explore his deep affection for country music.
BBC Radio 4
Two hours of the best new trance, electro and techno
BBC Radio 1
Live stand-up shows from the quirky stream-of-consciousness comic
Standup comedy clips from comedian Eddie Izzard.
Recorded live from London's Shaftesbury Theatre
The comedian performs his rambling stream of consciousness before an audience in New York
The comedian performs his act at London's Hammersmith Apollo
Eddie Izzard is going for a run; a very, very long run, in aid of Sport Relief
Comedian Eddie Izzard performs his stand up show Stripped. Recorded in London in 2008.
The best new black music. Txt us on 88111 (network rates apply)
BBC Radio 1Xtra
The best in late night conversation and music.
BBC London 94.9
Eddie Piller sits in for Chris.
Documentary about Eddie Waring, the man who helped raise rugby league's profile.
Classic Gothic horror. What is the power that the House has over the Usher Family?
The famous tale of piracy and slavery by the American master of suspense.
A passenger on a summer voyage to New York is curious about an artist and his new wife.
The perfect murder, planned and executed with unerring precision. Unless...
Film investigating the relationships between Edgar Allan Poe and the women in his life.
The famous tale of piracy and slavery by American master of suspense, Edgar Allen Poe.
Darkly comic tales from the underground world of horse racing.
Mr JG Reeder uses his novel methods to bring the criminals of 1920s London to justice
Crime thriller from the co-creator of King Kong
Readings of short stories by the British crime writer
Director Edgar Wright presents a Halloween special with his special guest John Landis.
The music loving, film making, comedy trio host a special 6 Music show for New Year's Day.
Comedy series following the lives of the staff of Edge Falls Retail Village
Adventurer Benedict Allen treks 4,000 miles around the edges of the Republic of Mongolia.
A detective investigates the death of his daughter who worked for a government department.
Political thriller series set in a world of state security.
Sian Williams presents a programme dedicated to Dylan Thomas' most famous poetry.
The Kardomah Cafe brought together a group of talented artists, including Dylan Thomas.
Drama about the search for a female Turkish activist who has illegally entered Germany.
Drama about the relationship between Dylan Thomas, his wife and his childhood sweetheart.
Alys Fowler attempts to avoid shop-bought fruit and veg and live off her own produce
Live comedy brought to you directly from the Edinburgh Comedy Festival.
Live stand-up from the Festival Theatre during the Edinburgh Fringe
With Tim Key, Josie Long, David O'Doherty, Nina Conti, Hannibal Buress and The Pajama Men.
Comic diaries from the Edinburgh Festival
Extra content from the 2013 Edinburgh Festival.
Series of three ghost stories from leading Scottish writers, set in Edinburgh
Series of broadcasts from the Edinburgh International Festival
BBC Radio 3
Concerts given at the Usher Hall as part of the 2013 Edinburgh International Festival
Variety show from Edinburgh Castle
Among a selection of top acts, a tribute to the special role of the Scottish soldier.
Bill Paterson tells the story of the world famous Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo.
Arts magazine programme set in Edinburgh.
Sue Perkins presents the best comedy, cabaret and events at the Edinburgh Festival.
Reports on all the hottest shows at the Edinburgh Festival.
The first highland dancers from Northern Ireland perform at the Edinburgh Tattoo.
Phil Rickman looks back at the literary highlights of the 2009 Guardian Hay Festival.
BBC Radio Wales
Phil Rickman looks back over the literary highlights of the 2010 Hay Literary Festival.
Phil Rickman looks back over the literary highlights of the 2011 Hay Literary Festival.
Phil Rickman looks back over the literary highlights at the 2012 Hay Literary Festival.
Music, entertainment and the latest film and DVD news.
Edith presents the Saturday morning show on 6 Music.
Two hours of new releases, reissues and classic album tracks.
BBC Radio Scotland
Starkfield's new arrival aims to find out the story of a stooped 'ruin of a man'.
BBC Radio 7
Trapped in a loveless marriage, Ethan Frome becomes obsessed with his wife's cousin Mattie
John Durham's fight for the woman he loves sparks a battle with a powerful French family.
Novel by Edith Wharton about an American socialite in the 1870s
Daring novel, published in 1912, following the complicated love lives of four Americans
The big questions about what's happening in the world. Presented by John Simpson.
BBC World News
Top media figures address key issues affecting the industry.
Film exploring the lives of women within the English Defence League's ranks.
A new world opens up for Magnolia Hawks aboard the Cotton Blossom Floating Palace Theatre
Portrait of the Irish writer Edna O'Brien which explores both her work and her lifestyle.
Eduardo Paolozzi reflects on how the popular culture of his youth informed his art. (2000)
1950s classic light entertainment with ventriloquist Peter Brough and his doll Archie
Comedy drama about a hairdresser who dreams of rising above her drab urban existence.
Andrea Catherwood examines the movement for integrated schools in Northern Ireland.
News: Education video & audio
Questions in the House of Commons to the Education and Skills Secretary and ministers.
Three debates marking the most dramatic reforms in education in decades
The story of a young girl's choice between Oxford University and the university of life.
The response to the devaluation of the pound in 1967, by Conservative leader Edward Heath.
Peter and Dan Snow follow in the footsteps of the chivalric hero of the 100 Years' War
Film unravelling the mystery of King Edward VII and how his legacy is still relevant.
Peter Snow celebrates the Edwardian age by examining pictures from the period.
Archaeologists Alex and Peter and historian Ruth live the Edwardian life.
The story of Edwardian naturalist and pioneering filmmaker Percy Smith.