Steve Lamacq tells the story of the Coldplay with exclusive interviews with the band.
BBC Radio 6 Music
A user-generated guide to life, the universe and everything, founded by Douglas Adams.
Sir Robin Knox-Johnston and Shelley Jory-Leigh with all aspects of life on the water.
BBC Radio Solent
Nick Baker considers various different subjects as sources of comic material
BBC Radio 4
The story of the 4,000 children evacuated from Bilbao in 1937 during the Spanish Civil War
Jolyon Jenkins investigates whether we have lost the war on cybercrime.
Featuring sketches, comedy guests and outtakes from other programmes, with Hacker T Dog.
Simon Cox delves into the sometimes strange world of the hacker activist, or 'hacktivist'.
The UK's biggest free ticketed music festival comes to East London
BBC Radio 1
Iola Wyn yn ymweld ag IBERS - un o adrannau Prifysgol Aberystwyth. Iola Wyn visits IBERS.
BBC Radio Cymru
Dan Snow uncovers the genius and the darker side of great Roman emperor.
Four children and four parents swap Britain for three weeks in Japan learning karate.
A look at Rastafarianism and Haile Selassie's impact on Jamaican music.
Comedy series set in the world of arts broadcasting
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Documentary by Morgan Matthews following two stories of competition hairdressers.
Domestic dogs and leisure horses have never had it so good but why do we spend like we do?
Kit Hesketh-Harvey follows a Birmingham-based ladies barbershop chorus, Second City Sound
The Hairy Bakers cook up their favourite festive recipes.
From Cornwall to Scotland via the Midlands, the duo take in pasties, pies and pastry.
Barrow lad, Dave Myers plays his own choice of festive songs.
BBC Radio Cumbria
Highlights from Dave Myers and Si King's culinary adventures
Dave Myers shows Si the glories of the food and cooking in his native North West.
The Hairy Bikers show how to create a gourmet extravaganza without spending a fortune.
The hirsute gastronomes are in Argentina.
Dave and Si head south, leaving Buenos Aires as they begin their long ride to Patagonia.
The boys begin their Moroccan adventures in Marrakech.
Si and Dave take a road trip across Europe, meeting extraordinary artisan bakers
The bikers continue their culinary journey through time as they celebrate British food
Si King and Dave Myers create finger food for a Christmas party.
The Hairy Bikers look for Britain's best cooking family. Fun challenges and celeb guests.
The two lifelong bikers and foodies take to the road to find gastronomic treats
Simon King and Dave Myers get on their bikes to find the best of each county's larder
The Hairy Bikers front a campaign to save Meals on Wheels.
Swapping spatulas for spanners, the Hairy Bikers restore amazing relics of Britain's past.
A madcap journey through the verses of one of the most popular Christmas songs.
Series celebrating the very best of British home cooking
The Hairy Bikers radically change lifestyles but stay true to their love of great food.
Edward Stourton reports from Haiti on problems facing the aid industry.
Nick Davis follows a charity giving free phone calls to victims of earthquake in Haiti.
Intimate look at the wildlife of a typical English river, as seen through a family's eyes.
A draper's clerk moves into high society, but soon finds that money doesn't buy happiness.
Comedy drama series featuring schoolboy detective Fletcher 'Half' Moon.
The pitchman at a failing carnival takes his singer to New York to make her a star.
A drug-addicted school teacher forms an unlikely alliance with one of his students.
Sketch show from Northern Ireland's comics Tim McGarry, Damon Quinn and Mike McDowell
Three short stories by Scottish writer Neil M Gunn
Jocelyn Pook celebrates the music and meaning of the word Hallelujah through history.
Composer Howard Goodall marks the 250th anniversary of Handel's death.
Lively German language-based magazine series for beginners.
Horror-suspense story about Michael Myers, a murderous lunatic who escapes incarceration.
'The Shape' recovers from a coma, escapes and terrorises his niece's small town once more.
Horror. Killer Michael Myers returns, still attempting to find and kill his young niece.
Gruesome thriller. Jamie Lloyd, Myers's niece, gives birth at a mysterious druid ceremony.
Another entry to the long-running franchise. The killer returns to stalk his first target.
Laurie Strode relives her worst nightmare as her murderous brother tracks her down.
Horror. Maniac Michael Myers returns to terrorise his long-suffering victim in hospital.
Horror about a plot to massacre millions of children in a killing spree on Halloween night
Family concert with BBC National Orchestra of Wales and National Youth Orchestra of Wales.
BBC Radio Wales
Horror sequel. The original house from the first film is the set of a webcam reality show.
Geoff Watts explores the cultural and scientific story of hallucination.
Carol Anderson catches up with some of the Hamefarers who came to Shetland in the summer.
BBC Radio Scotland
How Winnie Ewing won a by-election in Hamilton for the SNP by campaigning at ceilidhs.
Comedy series featuring Hamish and Dougal, the two elderly Scotsmen
Comedy series featuring Barry Cryer and Graeme Garden
Fred Freeman profiles the life and work of the Scottish poet Hamish Henderson.
Drama series about a young policeman whose beat is a seemingly sleepy Highland village.
Join Hamish Marett-Crosby on BBC Radio Jersey.
BBC Radio Jersey
A personal journey around Jersey's capital –it's people and places.
The Royal Shakespeare Company's modern-dress production of Shakespeare's great play.
Michael Sheen takes the lead in Shakespeare's tragedy, introduced by Richard Eyre.
BBC Radio 3
A failed actor turned drama teacher creates a sequel to Shakespeare's Hamlet.
Adaptation of the novel by Hammond Innes
Richard Hammond and Stirling Moss talk about their life-changing car accidents.
John Walters traces the history of the instrument that survived decades of musical fashion
Displays at the world's biggest annual flower show
Classic comedy series starring Tony Hancock
Drama about comedian Tony Hancock's love affair with his friend John Le Mesurier's wife.
Classic BBC comedy starring Tony Hancock, written by Galton and Simpson
Russell Davies explores Tony Hancock's on and off-air relationships with his sidekicks.
Thriller about a widow who poses as a nanny to avenge her husband's death.
How the miners' strike affected women in North Yorkshire.
BBC Radio York
Alan Titchmarsh marks the 250th anniversary of the death of George Frideric Handel
BBC Radio 2
Radio 3 marks the 250th anniversary of Handel's death with a complete cycle of his operas
From the Glyndebourne Festival 2011, a new staging of Handel's opera Rinaldo.
A recreation of the premiere of Handel's Water Music using documentary and performance.
Bill Kenwright chats to the trailblazing rock 'n' roller as he celebrates his 75th year.
Serialisation of Margaret Atwood's novel set in a world of women under oppression
BBC Radio 7
Discover how history has shaped where you live, with BBC Hands on History.
A guide to the UK's wildlife hotspots
Sign language versions of literature for children
Daniel Glyn sy'n edrych yn ôl dros hanes adloniant a chomedi Cymraeg.
A tale of three sisters living in New York, and their intertwining relationships with men.
Clarissa Dickson Wright presents a profile of Hannah Glasse, who wrote The Art of Cookery.