Exploring how the Beatles' last public performance, a rooftop concert in 1969, came about.
BBC Radio 2
Cuairt dhan Àird Bhig eadar Leòdhas 's na Hearadh le dithis a rugadh 's a thogadh ann.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Prògram foghlam chloinne. Children's education programme.
Prògraman foghlaim airson nam meadhan ìrean. Educational programmes for the mid-stages
A selection of William Trevor's tales and plays, including The Dancing Master's Music.
BBC Radio 7
Richard Matheson's 1954 cult classic
A woman has an affair and realises that her life has been running on autopilot for years.
Animated comedy series about six talking animals.
An alien and his guardian escape the extra-terrestrials who are trying to wipe them out.
Mariella Frostrup takes a look at Helen Reddy's classic hit I Am Woman.
Joe Swash turns ghostbuster and sets out in search of tangible proof that ghosts exist.
Jodie Kidd explores the world of miracle healing, and meets shamans in Nepal.
Danny Dyer goes on a quest to spot a UFO, spurred on by a meeting with Patrick Moore.
Katy invites some young cooks into her kitchen to learn about food and cook tasty treats
Children's cookery programme. Katy shows her friends how to make healthy snacks.
Katy has fun with friends, finds out about food and cooks up a tasty treat
Rich Morton gathers comedians' tales of their all-time nightmare stand-up shows.
BBC Radio 4
Documentary following three people who have battled with the urge to shoplift.
A priest stands trial for a murder he did not commit.
Series in which people talk about their careers in radio
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Sitcom about the dour Yorkshire-based Brandon family.
Angus Deayton presents a guide to the world of Victor Meldrew.
Nick Clarke's widow Barbara Want investigates how we as a society deal with bereavement.
An ex-stripper gives birth to a satanic infant who wreaks havoc upon those around him.
Children's drama series in which S Club 8 stars play students at a performing arts academy
Samira Ahmed meets British Asian women who, like her, have been inspired by David Bowie.
Entertainer Bernie Clifton explores the impact of Austrian tenor Richard Tauber.
David Frost recalls the UK visit of evangelist Billy Graham 50 years ago and its effect.
Fred MacAulay chairs a topical panel show inspired by the week's headlines
Adam and Ryan visit a unit dedicated to helping families on the verge of collapse.
Robert Murray embarks on a quest to find the ultimate remedy for his receding hairline.
Follows four young men as they attempt to achieve their dream physiques.
On its 50th anniversary, global figures read Martin Luther King's 'I have a Dream' speech.
How mermaids have become such a persistent image in popular culture.
Alastair Sooke tells the story of one of the most iconic logos in the world.
A headstrong girl who intends to marry for money finds love in a Scottish coastal town.
Programme made for the 50th anniversary of classic movie I Know Where I'm Going.
Irish language magazine series featuring a mix of stories, people, conversation and music.
Comedy panel show in which celebrities battle to prove who knows Great Britain best.
Film following five athletes as they prepare for the Special Olympics in 2009.
Series celebrating 1970s pop culture
Series about 1990s pop culture
Margaret Drabble investigates the problems of town planning and traffic. (1969)
On St David's Day, Connie Fisher and Gareth Gwynn talk to people about why they love Wales
Iolo Williams discovers what the Welsh love most about Wales.
Who wrote 'Clare Middleton I Love You Will You Marry Me' on a Sheffield bridge? Did she?
Following a devastating event, a village's inhabitants discover loves both old and new.
Comedy about an estate agent who realises that he doesn't have any real friends.
An aspiring politician is plagued by a pair of re-embodied spirits seeking vengeance.
Ordinary Scots get opportunity to share their experience of meeting someone famous
BBC Radio Scotland
Pips Taylor explores why thousands of rapes go unreported and conviction rates remain low.
Presenter Pips Taylor explores why so many rapes go unreported in the UK.
Andrew Graham-Dixon profiles the long-underrated 20th century artist Edward Burra.
Stories marking the centenary of the birth of American civil rights heroine Rosa Parks
Drama about a family of immigrants struggling to get by in San Francisco.
Band leader Edmundo Ros talks to composer Michael Nyman about his rich life.
Music-themed comedy series, starring Bob Monkhouse and Suggs
Henry Moore walks among the pieces in an exhibition of his works at the Tate gallery.
Jo Brand and Sandi Toksvig are among the friends celebrating the much-missed comic.
Drama charting the lives of five young layabouts in the Italian seaside village of Rimini.
A Canadian nurse arrives on a Caribbean island to tend an invalid woman.
Ian McMillan reveals the heart of Poetry and Jazz and detects its strong beats today.
Series in which kids take control of a room in their house and re-design it.
A series of stories about the experience of being alone
Young Brits turn the cameras on themselves and get under the skin of body-obsessed Britain
Top tips and design know-how from the designers from I Want My Own Room.
Laurie Taylor takes an affectionate look back at 50 years of careers advice.
Trevor Nelson looks back at the rise and fall of Motown's last great act.
Chris Ledgard looks at the lives of people who were labelled child prodigies
Former dotcom millionaire Benjamin Cohen confronts his past.
Nina Myskov confronts the ultimate question for '70s teenage girls - David or Donny?
Andrew McGibbon tells the story of Katy Haber, Sam Peckinpah's Girl Friday and much more.
Andrew McGibbon tells the story of Tricia Hammond, PA to Peter Sellers in 1975.
Allan Little describes a terrifying encounter with mujahideen volunteers in Bosnia
Fresh 'witness' insights into history.
Never-before-seen footage from interviews with eyewitnesses of the First World War.
Interviews with eyewitnesses of the Great War, recorded by the BBC in the 1960s.
Series of interviews analysing great artists from the perspective of someone who knew them
Git gets out of jail and into trouble when he's forced into an underworld assignment.
Steve Wright examines the phenomenon of Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody.
A look at human ingenuity and spirit
A human rights activist investigates a series of deaths in a small Mexican border town.
How a stroke changed a man from a typical rugby playing straight lad to a gay hairdresser.
Alan Thompson explores the anatomy of classic songs with the artists who wrote them.
BBC Radio Wales
Andrew Lloyd Webber and the panel search for the ultimate Nancy and Oliver.
Phil Collins listens back to the best - and worst - election night speeches.
Frank Hennessy and Amy Wadge swap their personal tastes in music.