Michael Stewart looks at what happens to football players when the final whistle is blown.
BBC Radio Scotland
David Owen Norris explores how the word Amen has appeared in music over the centuries.
BBC Radio 4
Local Government Minister John Healy on the Local Government Finance Settlement.
What kind of care provision is on offer for young people with learning disabilities?
Tim Samuels takes a light-hearted look at the New York Jewish dating scene.
Documentary series in which two of the UK's top model scouts compete to find new talent.
Reality series aiming to find the next generation of comedy talent in Northern Ireland.
With the title of City of Culture 2017, what is the vision for the future of Hull?
Quentin Cooper looks at the weaknesses in GPS and the future of navigation.
A son's 40 year search brings him from Canberra to Dorset. Nominated for the Frank Gillard
BBC Radio 7
A clownfish crosses the ocean to rescue his son from a fish tank in a dentist's office.
Fact-based drama about the events that inspired JM Barrie to write Peter Pan.
Helen Keen explores selective mutism, a condition often described as a phobia of speaking.
Charlotte Cory's comedy explores the perils of internet dating for the middle-aged man
Children's author Anne Fine examines the enduring appeal of the stories of Enid Blyton.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Edith Pearlman's short story describes the travels of a pinstripe suit.
Series documenting the period in 1940 when Churchill faced the real possibility of defeat.
Claudia Hammond asks how much we can trust fingerprint evidence.
Drama set in Dickensian London adapted from the novel by Sarah Waters.
Animation about a fire engine and his friends
Circle has to take the school children on a trip to Sea Shell Bay.
Songs and music, with Fiona and her friends Flora, Finlay and The Great Conductor
Join Fiona Phillips on BBC London.
BBC London 94.9
A woman is shocked when her husband is accused of downloading images of child sexual abuse
Children's animated series
Ailig O'Henley le sgeulachd Obar Dheathain an Cupa Eòrpach nan 'Cup Winners' ann an 1983.
BBC Radio nan Gàidheal
Sgeulachd fir-taileisg Leodhais. The story of the unique Lewis Chessmen.
Film telling the story of a Christmas tree through the 'voice' of the tree itself.
Singer-songwriter James Taylor talks to Johnnie Walker about his remarkable life.
BBC Radio 2
Following the work of the Merseyside Fire & Rescue Brigade fire investigation team.
Two friends who own a boat run jobs for people until a woman drives a wedge between them.
Owain Glyndwr determines to fight Bolinbroke to the last drop of Welsh blood.
BBC Radio Wales
Ag ionnsachadh mar a tha facail is litrichean air am fuaimneachadh: fuaim "ch".
The Firebird, Stravinsky's colourful fairytale masterpiece created for the Ballet Russes.
The calm of a small town is shattered by the arrival of a gang of hired killers.
Fun with the friendly fireman and the villagers of Pontypandy
An aid worker is torn between obligations back home and his commitments to flood relief.
A security expert is forced to steal millions from a bank by a man holding his family.
Julie plays fiery Julia to save her husband's career, but what about their marriage?
Paying tribute to the skill and determination of freelance cameramen and women
A tribute to nominees in the 2013 Rory Peck Awards for freelance news camera operators.
BBC World News
Drama-documentary exploring Scottish fairy belief through the life of writer Robert Kirk.
Personal stories of conflict between sexuality and spirituality in the Highlands.
A drama by Audrey Gillan exploring the links between football and domestic abuse.
A look at whether blood really is thicker than water in the world of family business
Dr Mark Porter on whether adult health is determined by the first thousand days of life
1903 Sheffield's on-location Daring Daylight Burglary inspired every action movie since.
An look at the development of the black community in Britain.
Linda Robson on how important friends and family have been in her journey to get online.
Writer and adventurer Mark Anstice searches for a tribe of people uncontacted by the world
The daughter of the US President goes to college, but an undercover agent guards her.
Following students at Bay College, run by an entrepreneur known only as The Founder.
David Attenborough presents the history and natural history of the Mediterranean lands.
A natural history documentary presenting a portrait of the Mediterranean Sea
Unearthing the real people who were the original models for famous literary characters
Series looking at 12 of the world's most famous paintings.
Phil Goodlad meets the Shetland team who took on the Faroese national team forty years ago
A man's perspective on life is changed through an encounter with a fledgling bird.
Dr Lucy Worsley tells the story of Britain's first Georgian kings.
Drama about an 84-year-old ex Mau Mau freedom fighter who wants to go to school.
A gentleman crook and a master safe-cracker attempt the first moving train robbery.
Weekly arts programme on the work of an individual singer, artist, poet or actor.
Historical documentary series with Peter West.
Dissatisfied with King Arthur's rule, an ally turns against the Round Table.
Rosalyn Ball considers the career of the first woman to take her seat in Parliament.
A look at the career of Nancy Astor, the first woman to take her seat in Parliament.
Ninety years after Nancy Astor's by-election victory, Rosalyn Ball considers her career.
The story of one of the youngest Spitfire pilots to fight in the Battle of Britain.
Series probing life's spirituality and celebrating the spiritual elements of life.
The extraordinary story of how classic Irish folk songs were saved from extinction.
BBC Radio Ulster
Science-fiction horror. An astronaut lost in space returns with a thirst for blood.
Michel Roux Jr explores the life of his great culinary hero, Georges Auguste Escoffier.
An old man tells a young boy about how he and a professor were the first men on the moon.
Coverage of First Minister's Questions from the Scottish Parliament
What it means to be an indigenous person of so-called First Nations status.
The true story of visionary Spitfire designer RJ Mitchell and test pilot Geoffrey Crisp.
Sitcom prequel to Last of the Summer Wine set in 1939.
The stories of MPs who have run not just for office but also for Olympic glory.
Les Woodland tells the story of Captain Plugge and the first station to take on the BBC.
Val McDermid looks into Allan Pinkerton, the man who gave the world the term 'private eye'
Exploring the buildings and architecture of various places in Wales.
Regional current affairs series
Everything changes for a smooth-talking salesman when he receives an ominous prediction.