L Frank Baum's classic stars Barbara Barnes and Maureen Lipman
BBC Radio 4 Extra
An irresponsible petty crook sees his girlfriend's baby as a money-making opportunity.
The L.A.B Scotland delivers digital media workshops for groups from the public.
The artist speaks about his life as we explore his subjects and pictures.
Interactive teen drama series
Short dramas about the journey from primary school into adolescence.
A heart-warming tribute to the day that the Dalai Lama came to Inverness.
A look at Welshman Mike Young's successful career in animation.
The life story of Mexican-American singer Ritchie Valens, whose life was cut short at 17.
Anna Netrebko and Rolando Villazon in a feature film version of Puccini's immortal opera.
Malcolm McLaren visits the people and places central to Serge Gainsbourg's life story.
BBC Radio 2
The late Malcolm McLaren visits the people and places central to Serge Gainsbourg's story.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Dà mhionaid de shàmhchair airson Là Cuimhneachaidh.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
A London concert by the vibrant, young, hip 12-piece salsa orchestra, La Excelencia.
Dawn French introduces, and plays a cameo role in, Donizetti's comic opera.
Andrew Hussey goes beyond the cliches to discover the true face of 21st-century France
BBC Radio 4
Comedy series about three English wannabes who have just arrived in Hollywood
Weekly audio postcard in Jersey French.
BBC Radio Jersey
The French performance artists present a mixture of mystery and spectacle in Merseyside.
Italian learning drama in which the viewer is one of the protagonists.
Bittersweet comedy. A free-living thirtysomething finds herself yearning for a partner.
A thirtysomething single woman finds herself yearning for a partner.
A politically motivated marriage fails to reconcile warring factions in C16th France.
Paul Jackson explores the inner workings of the Californian TV industry
Biopic of French singer Edith Piaf, who became one of the country's biggest stars.
A botched robbery at a gated community has consequences for both thieves and residents.
Local, national and international news from BBC ALBA
Ziauddin Sardar investigates philosophical and practical links between science and Islam.
Sitcom based on a group of scientists working at the Arnolfini Reserach Laboratory.
Article and feedback videos from BBC Lab UK.
Coverage of the Labour party conference in Bournemouth.
Highlights the Labour Party Conference in Manchester, from Tuesday 23 September.
Gordon Brown takes questions at an event at BBC Radio Sussex. From Friday 16 April.
Recorded coverage of the speech by Lord Mandelson to the Institute of Directors.
Recorded coverage of Prime Minister Gordon Brown on the campaign trail in Lemington Spa.
Recorded coverage of the Prime Minister launching the 2010 General Election campaign.
The Labour Party elects its new leader on the eve of its annual conference in Manchester.
Coverage of the annual Labour Party Conference.
Shaun Ley examines what Labour needs to do to revitalise itself in opposition.
The political life and career of Michael Foot, former leader of the Labour Party.
Series exploring the impact of technology on women's experiences of childbirth.
Musician Labrinth explores different ways to use your voice in everyday life.
The creator of the New York antifolk scene takes us into the sonic landscape of his mind
Sùil air a bhàrdachd fhèin is bàrdachd oghaichean le dhubh-ogha, Mairead Lobban à Liosmòr.
It's New Years Eve .. and John Clayton and Sean McGinty are the ?Lads@Lunch.?
BBC Radio Lancashire
A firefighter trapped in a blazing building reflects on his career.
Felicity Finch finds out about a controversial women-only hotel in Saudi Arabia.
Comedy series about two elderly ladies who share a relationship based on correspondence
BBC Radio 7
Two elderly ladies share a sometimes rocky relationship, conducted by correspondence
The discovery of email doesn't stop the flow of comic vitriol.
Recipes and Christmas survival tips from the worst of pen friends Vera and Irene.
Comedian Susan Morrison investigates a 1775 guide to women in the sex trade.
BBC Radio Scotland
Rhona Cameron celebrates the bi-centenary of the earliest known women's golf competition.
Muriel Gray uncovers the history of this club, founded in 1908 by middle class ladies.
The surprising and touching story of how Richard Strauss' marriage inspired his music.
Series of comedy sketches by Emily Watson Howes set in a ladies' public toilet
Belfast's youngest fathers, some still in their teens, reveal how they are coping.
Period drama. A Scottish aristocrat's friendship with a French duke is put into question.
Documentary on Lady Jay's efforts to remove hereditary peers from the House of Lords.
Classic animation. A sheltered uptown cocker spaniel falls for a streetwise downtown mutt.
Two men attempt to discover more about the woman who bankrolled their secondary education.
Drama based on the DH Lawrence novel.
DH Lawrence's tale of the steamy affair between an aristocrat's wife and a gamekeeper
Ian Peacock celebrates the pineapple.
Ian Peacock picks up his spoon and delves into the history of 'The King of Fruits'.
Loveday Brooke investigates some nuns who appear to have taken to crime
A sailor accompanies a couple on a cruise, but becomes a pawn in a game of murder.
Lady Gaga banned, but Cannibal Corpse approved. Islam and pop contradictions in Jakarta.
Sketches from an all female comedy troupe.
Drama about the ill-fated romance of Horatio Lord Nelson and Emma Hamilton.
Fantasy drama about an apartment block janitor who discovers a woman in the swimming pool.
A stripper investigates when a rival dancer is found strangled with her own G-string.
The woman who discovers the victims of a double murder falls in love with the killer.
A family wedding on the estate and the swearing-in of the new High Sheriff of the county.
Competition and fun is always on the agenda with the annual casting contest on the river.
Remembrance Sunday is a time to ponder on the military sacrifices of the family.
The pheasant shoot brings many visitors to the Glanusk estate in winter.
Cerys Matthews investigates why so few women play the blues.
Hitchcock thriller. A young couple investigate the disappearance of a lady on a train.
Brenda Blethyn reads the story Alfred Hitchcock adapted for his thriller The Lady Vanishes
A beautiful young socialite faces danger while trying to solve a disappearance.
Black comedy in which a landlady stands between a shady professor and his criminal designs
BBC Radio Ulster
The best in late night conversation and music.
BBC London 94.9
Coverage of the Notting Hill Carnival
Fantasy romance. An architect and a doctor communicate via a time-defying mailbox.
Horror comedy about the hunt for a huge man-eating reptile living in a lake in Maine.
An evocative sound portrait of Britain's largest lake, Lough Neagh in Northern Ireland.
Drama series based in a small Lake District community.
Ray Stubbs and Bobby George present day four at the Lakeside country club.