Unearthing the real people who were the original models for famous literary characters
BBC Radio Scotland
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.
BBC Radio Wales
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.
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 4
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.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
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
Gerry Anderson goes on the trail of the founder of the British Museum Sir Hans Sloane.
Animated tale of a duck who faces a winter alone after missing the annual migration south.
Drama resources for children aged 7 - 9.
Weekly guide to entertainment events in Northern Ireland.
Yasmin Hai explores British Muslim writing and the forging of a literary Islamic gaze.
Following Britain's next generation of emergency service recruits.
Interviews with major artists revealing the moments and songs that shaped their careers.
BBC Radio 6 Music
The story of the Great War told from a unique new aerial perspective.
Ten-part series which tells the story of the First World War as never before.
Highlights of films shown on BBC Television since it reopened in June 1946.
Offbeat comedy in which a con artist uses her female charms to steal a stash of jewels.
Chris Yates and guests explore the finer traits of some of Britain's coarse fish
A teenager tries to escape from her life on a council estate by learning to street dance.
Charles Rangeley Wilson explores the Japanese people's passionate relationship to fish.
In the port of Astoria, Oregon, Katrina Porteous reports on the Fisher Poets Gathering.
Sean Street looks at a radio programme about fishing that has forged a cultural identity.
Monty Halls finds out what is really involved in getting seafood onto our plates
Following the lives of the fishermen and their families who live on the Lleyn Peninsula
Nica Pritchard introduces the art of fly fishing to a group of Muslim women.
Nica Pritchard teaches a group of Muslim women the art of fly fishing.
A martial arts master returns to Shanghai in 1937 to find his teacher has been murdered.
Sketch show for sports fans and lazy bones
Portsmouth are the first Premiership club to go into administration.
Anne McElvoy and John Harris host a series of debates on institutions under pressure.
Lucy Worsley explores how the health of monarchs has shaped the history of the nation.
Portrait of a man obsessed with bringing grand opera to South America.
Gyles Brandreth recalls the famous and notorious people who feature in his diaries.
A family of WWI evacuees find 'It' - a sand fairy - and are granted one wish per day.
Factually-based drama telling the stories of five young women tragically murdered in 2006.
Thriller series which tracks five 24-hour periods in a police investigation.
Leanne's body is discovered in a lake, and the family begins to turn on each other.
The behind-the-scenes story of how the coalition government was created in May 2010.
Aesop's classic fables in a modern translation, narrated by Billy Connolly.
Series looking at exceptional gardens from various different countries
Five men called Mohammed reflect on their lives
Dr Thomas Dixon explores the changing meaning of friendship over the centuries.
BBC Radio 5 live
Peter Allen and Rachel Burden with news, sport and travel updates.
Coverage of live football games, plus cricket, rugby, Formula One, tennis and golf
BBC Radio 5 live sports extra
Gyles Brandreth explores the creative connections between five Victorian authors.
Award-winning drama exploring the legacy of violence in Northern Ireland.
Five-minute interviews, with Matt Stadlen.
BBC News Channel
Songs and stories from the Five Penny Piece, one of Lancashire's greatest groups.
BBC Radio Lancashire
Patrick Hughes presents a series looking at the work of five eminent British sculptors.
Thriller based on Jonathan Coe's best-selling novel, The Dwarves of Death.
Five originally French stories adapted to Irish settings by James Ellis
Five stories from the author's collected works.
Readings of five short stories by the English author
Five stories by award-winning author, Rose Tremain
The Rev Colin Semper revisits the first religious broadcast on the network.
BBC Radio 2
Five radical scientific inventions from five of the world's top scientists and engineers.
Writers talk about their favourite characters.
From the novel by Booker Prize winner Bernice Rubens. With Sheila Reid and Kenneth Cranham
BBC Radio 7
Miss the 'classic' Doctors? They're back in this celebratory special by Peter Davison!
Homeless parents receive support to avoid having their children taken into care.
Amanda Hamilton and her expert team try to help families overcome their difficulties.
Journalist Hannah Jones embarks on a six-month journey to try and lose weight.
Sara Parker investigates road works, those who dig them and those who despair of them.