Fiona Neill explores the experience of growing up in a creatively successful family
BBC Radio 4
Significant speeches made by well-known figures of the 1950s and 60s.
Five famous volunteers agree to spend a week living on the streets.
Four famous volunteers live with families who can't afford to eat.
Four famous volunteers agree to swap their fame and fortune for a world of joblessness.
Celebrities brush up on their language skills.
Can Harry Potter fans change the world? Jolyon Jenkins looks at the growth of fan activism
Is Joseph Hughes the last of the pigeon fanciers or the start of a new generation?
BBC Radio Wales
Fanny has ideas for using mincemeat in a variety of unusual ways.
Two-part adaptation of John Cleland's infamous, classic 18th-century novel.
Walt Disney's groundbreaking film, featuring animations set to classical music.
Amazing sci-fi tales
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Family and friends contribute to a celebration of Richard Feynman.
Series of stories about magic, horror and fantasy
BBC Radio 7
John Wass presents a documentary telling the story of how hormones were discovered.
Frank Cottrell Boyce curates and creates the festival of his wildest dreams.
A comedy game show where celebrities take on the role of football managers.
Documentary tracing the career of film director and sci-fi series creator Irwin Allen.
Priest and paranormal investigator Lionel Fanthorpe relates tales of the unexplained
A short film reflecting on memory.
On holiday in Arizona, a teenage girl plays dangerous romantic games with two local boys.
Kati Whitaker goes in search of a child-free utopia among the elderly in Scotland.
Thomas Hardy's novel, dramatised by Nick McCarty
Schools programmes to improve reading and listening skills.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
A boy and his mother set off to search Australia for the freedom and love she craves.
Have the final say on all the days sport.
BBC London 94.9
The final say on all that's happened on the London football scene.
Chronicling Theatre of Witness Teya Sepinuck's engagement with a diverse group of women.
Murder, mayhem, Mrs Grayle and a Moose on the Loose. Ed Bishop stars as Philip Marlowe.
Film noir classic. Hard-boiled private eye Philip Marlowe becomes embroiled in a plot.
Coverage of Jimmy Savile's funeral.
BBC Radio Leeds
Ernest Hemingway's moving story of love and war, dramatised by Stephen Keyworth.
Top chefs and celebrities pay tribute to legendary chef Keith Floyd.
Fans and ex-players share fond memories of Ninian Park stadium
Annie Othen looks back at the last Royal Show.
BBC Coventry & Warwickshire
John Bennett introduces music and memories of the former Tonic Cinema organ.
BBC Radio Ulster
Nick Hewer helps small farms and rural enterprises to diversify and survive
A weekly look at farming and countryside issues, including the latest on new technology
A weekly look at farming, food and countryside issues, including business news.
Documentary series following the survival struggles of a family farm
Helen Mark and Enda McClafferty explore a range of farming practices past and present
The story of a farm that became home to more than 300 Jewish children during the War.
Couples with a dream of leaving the rat-race compete to run their very own farm in Suffolk
The latest news about food, farming and the countryside
Agricultural news and features with Anna Hill.
Agricultural news and features with Mark Holdstock.
Weekend edition of the rural magazine
Getting to the heart of country life with a look at individual farming endeavours.
BBC Radio Devon
Three teams from the Isle of Lewis as they embark on a 12-week regime of fitness and fun
Bàrdachd ùr bho bhàird òga Ghàidhlig mar chomharra air Somhairle MhicGill-Eain.
Series following sheepdog trials
Aled Jones' most memorable moments on the terraces of Bangor City FC.
Science fiction drama about an astronaut lost in the midst of an intergalactic war.
Blind athlete Erik Weihenmayer attempts to scale Everest.
A light-hearted look at our obsession with appearance
Series investigating the deaths of various creatures
The show that turns around the clothing fortunes of fashion car crash victims.
Two-part documentary about the world of banger racing.
Improvised comedy show hosted by Hugh Dennis
Three families try to stop feeding their babies junk food.
A fast food marketing executive takes an eye-opening trip around Middle America.
Comedy. A cycling enthusiast takes driving lessons in order to seduce his dream girl.
Two specials celebrating the 20th anniversary of the sketch show.
Comedy sketch show featuring Paul Whitehouse, Charlie Higson, Simon Day and Arabella Weir
Dr Saleyha Ahsan meets muslims who are fasting throughout July.
Bryan Burnett takes you into the heart of the Great Edinburgh Run held in May 2008.
BBC Radio Scotland
The latest news about the travel industry and advice for business travellers and tourists.
BBC World News
Have scientists at CERN discovered particles which challenge the theory of relativity?
Stories of extraordinary athletes who have pushed performance to the limit and beyond
A team of British engineers attempts to break the longest standing land speed record.
Documentary on the consequences of surgery becoming the new answer to childhood obesity.
Slimline sitcom about fighting the flab. Stars Michael Troughton.
Bradford has some of the worst rates for obesity in England. Mussy Abbasi reports.
Lilia Kopylova explores the average British male's total lack of interest in dancing.
Writer Bill Buford works in kitchens to see if French food is all it's cracked up to be.
Series in which eight overweight British people live as hunter-gatherers in the desert.
Drama about a 14-year-old Hungarian Jew caught up in the holocaust.
Drama based on the stories by GK Chesterton, about a crime-solving Roman Catholic priest.
Andrew Sachs stars as GK Chesterton's famous clerical sleuth
A newly married couple buy a derelict cottage to escape the wife's domineering father.
New family sitcom written by and starring Irish comedian Jason Byrne.
Sitcom starring Jason Byrne as stay-at-home dad Tom Whyte and his eccentric family.
Readings based on the autobiography and journals of Kathleen Scott, widow of Captain Scott
Twenty-something best mates Father Lee and Rabbi Robbie hang out together.
Drama-documentary about the life of Lachlan Macquarie, British governor in Australia.
Hardeep Singh Kohli traces the stormy creation of the Football Association 150 years ago.
A film producer struggles with anxiety and despair as work pressures become too much.
Family comedy about a rich Los Angeles family preparing for their daughter's wedding.
Comedy sequel. A proud dad battles a midlife crisis when his daughter falls pregnant.
Comedy series about a household of misfit priests on a small island